Ronnie is a BEAST! He is a big giant Viking that lays down beatings on all bikes across the land. Since no handlebars can hold up to the abuse that this Viking dishes out, Ronnie decided to design the COMBAT BAR.
The COMBAT BAR is the greatest bar to hit the scene since CHEERS! The COMBAT BAR can hold up to even the most brutal attacks on a 20 inch yet is light weight and has the kind of handling even a mother could love. Check out what Ronnie can do with these bars and what they can do for you!
Aaron Smith usually escapes the cold winters of New Hampshire in sunny Southern California and this spring was no different. Aaron shows off that classic smooth style of his while hitting up all the local ditches, schoolyards and ledge spots. You'll also notice that Aaron's hop keeps getting higher and higher, could be due to all that Muscle Milk and working out. Check it out to see for yourself.
The plastic vs metal peg debate will always be an endless one. With more and more pros switching to plastics to be able to grind on virtually anything, it's starting to make more sense. Biz, Enns, Christian and Connor all swear by them for a number of reasons. Pick some up at a Demolition dealer nearest you to try out a pair and you can decide for yourself which is better, metal or plastic.
For more information on the Dumchuck plastic peg click here: demolitionparts.com/products/dumbchuck-peg/
Filmed by: James Cox, Dennis Enarson, Connor Lodes and Dylan Pfohl
Edited by Dylan Pfohl
This was the first official collab trip for both Demolition and Markit and it may have very well been the most productive and fun trip I have ever had the privilege to be a part of. From beginning to end the Markit and Demolition crews meshed perfectly and were able to keep this crazy fun and productive the entire trip. So get yourself a drink, sit down, relax, play the edit and enjoy!
Filmed & Edited by Mike Mastroni
Patrick Sweany - Wednesday Nights"
Patrick Sweany - "After A While"
I Instagramed a photo of this edit in progress the other day and O.G. Demolition filmer/editor Glen PP commented on it saying sarcastically, "Jason and Biz ride together....no way!!?" Yes, for anyone who follows either of these two even remotely close it's obviously not exactly earth shattering information. However, we thought that was all the more reason for them to go in on a split edit together. With very different personalities, riding styles, bike setups, taste in mini horses, you name it...one thing that really shines thru here is how much both of these dudes have simply loved riding bikes together for all these years, and subsequently have become great friends in the process. Sit back, relax and enjoy the Enns & Biz show. -Mastroni