We love BMX. There are some amazing athletes out there right now and they are producing some absolutely amazing material.
Monster’s first full BMX feature ‘Above Below’ blew a lot of people away, Nigel Sylvester’s ‘Go! NYC’ brought a new take to the edit and the likes of Harry Main and Kriss Kyle are always a joy to watch.
The thing is though, the more BMX edits you watch, the more you start to notice some recurring things. We’re not hating in any way here, the majority of the things in this list are great, but if you were wondering how to make a stereotypical BMX edit, you might want to start with these points…
1) Decide whether you want to use a 2010 indie, classic rock or gangsta rap soundtrack
2) Carry your bike for a bit. Have tattoos