The Daily Grind DVD was released 6 months ago, we want to make sure everyone has a chance to see it. Alex is a killer as you all know from his latest Volume edits, he filmed most of this part in 6 days, AMAZING! Last week was Scott Steele’s part and Tony Cherry the week before that, which are still available @ thedailygrindbmx.com. Next week is Gremlin’s part.
Scott Steele put a lot of blood, sweat, and tears into this video part. His hucker go for it attitude always makes for an interesting session. He sees things different, being from a small town in Indiana he can make anything a set up. Whether it be a curb cut way to far from a wall or just a big drop he’s always blowing my mind. Scott is also going under the knife for a hernia repair in a few weeks, so give him a shout out on is instagram @ssridesbikes.
The Daily Grind Mix Tape series is aimed to show riders that support the DG and the DG team. Through the series you will see many different riders. Featured in Vol. 1 is Tony Cherry, Scott Steele, Ryan Howard, Dan Hylton, and Gremlin. Follow the DG on instagram @dailygrindbmx and follow the mixtape series at #dgmixtape
Troy Merkle killed it for his signature Century Bar promo. The Century Bar specs are 8.15 inch rise, 28.25 inches wide, 10 degrees back-sweep, and 5 degrees up-sweep. Troy wanted these bar to have a super narrow design, so you can run full grips without using the bend at 24.5 inches. The bars should be available at your local bike shop, your favorite mail order, or on The Daily Grind’s Online Store. This promo was filmed and edited by Tony Cherry.
If you have seen the Daily Grind DVD you have been wanting to know more about Scott Steele’s crash on the wall ride when he knocks himself out. Tony Cherry posted this behind the scenes footage of that brutal crash. Check it out, and subscribe to Tony’s YOUTUBE.
Gremlin putting in work for this Spring Fling Edit. Ohio has had a long miserable winter, in fact its still snowing as I type this. Hopefully spring will shine through soon. This video is also available on our YOUTUBE.
A few weeks ago the guys (Troy Merkle, Tony Cherry, Ryan Howard, Matt Skaggs, Rick Woodruff, and Scott Marceau) and I went out to California to explore the ride spots from Beverly Hills to Long Beach. This is a photo of Ryan Howard and Rick Woodruff chilling in the van in downtown LA on top of a parking garage in the van, while Tony Cherry and Scott Marceau shoot a time lapse of the city.Scott Marceau came to photograph the trip, but here he is laying down an x-up ice with a thread the needle landing. Photo: Troy MerkleMaybe one of the most interesting spots of the trip, Huntington Beach has quite a few jems. Here Tony and Scott are talking shop on coordinating their next shot.Gremlin rail to hop over rail! Photo: Troy MerkleLooking for the infamous Sears ledge in east LA we stumbled upon this perfect setup. After removing the wire rope, Ryan Howard throws down a gap to double peg to bush plow. Photo: Troy MerkleMatt Skaggs was a last minute join to the trip, trying to escape the Ohio winter. After a terrible Panera Bread breakfast Skaggs hit up this ledge ride to wallride. Photo: Troy MerkleScott Marceau wasn’t happy with the first two Skaggs pulled so Skaggs did it a third time and got smashed on the sidewalk. Good lookin Scott!Troy Merkle shooting LBC from Signal Hill while searching for spots.