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Bikes Over Baghdad PART 2

"This is a 14 day trip to entertain the troops in the Middle East from Chad DeGroot snapchat (chadisradasadad) perspective with contributions from Rob Darden, Nate Wessel (made me do it), Catfish, Anthony Napolitan, Morgan Wade, and Drew Bezanson. You have been warned…this is a 4 part series with a lot of real talk, real situations, and uncut footage. Enjoy and share with others so you all can see what we saw on this unreal trip to a lot of undisclosed locations in the Middle East."


"Bikes Over Baghdad trips have been going on since 2009 with more than 11 short trips planned. Only these last two in 2015 were mega trips lasting 14 days each. Entertainment is the main goal along with getting the solders minds off where they are. Very appreciative, honest hand shakes, and looking you dead in the eyes with genuine joy for what we did during the shows. This is hard to express in words. Can only be truly felt by attending a show. Numerous times being choked up was the norm. Thank you for the sacrifices and what you do for our freedom."

"Close to 20,000 miles traveled in 15 days. Worth every mile for those smiles. Over 40k with our combined last two trips…Damn." -Chad DeGroot

Day 7 Sully embassy or Sully compound shows were awesome with huge turnout. Experienced my first sandstorm with our eyes filled with sand. Could have been worse but really scary regardless. We're able to drink at a lil private bar in the cut. Think we all needed some chill style and story time around the fire.

Day 8 worked another show into today but rain made us go into some basketball area which was pretty sweet and the crowd was loosing their minds. Couple c130 flights with rain delays and we end up getting to Arifjan at 7am and we're all zombies but with a free day we sleep and chill all day.

Here is a THANK YOU and GO FOLLOW info:
@catfishvsthug @mykellarrin @anthonynapo @drewbezanson @chaddegroot @livewireconstruction @wesselbuilt @texasmwade @mulligan4130 @zachschauf @christianschauf @armedforcesent @dkbicycles @texaspetesauces @torquebmx #bikesoverbaghdad @darden4130 @bikesoverbaghdad #decobmx @decobmx #pbte @profile_racing #growbmx #bmx

"Special thanks to the crew for allowing me to show flatland to round out our show to perform all aspects of freestyle bmx. Where my bike has brought me blows my mind and fills me with stories and good times. To travel the world is helping me be rich in knowledge and experience which brings smiles and laughter...how it should be. Thanks" -Chad D

@catfishvsthug @mykellarrin @anthonynapo @drewbezanson @chaddegroot @livewireconstruction @wesselbuilt @texasmwade @mulligan4130 @zachschauf @christianschauf @armedforcesent @dkbicycles @texaspetesauces @torquebmx #bikesoverbaghdad @darden4130 @bikesoverbaghdad #bikesoverbaghdad @decobmx #decobmx @profile_racing #profileZcoaster #bmx
posted: 3 years ago

Original comment:
Bikes Over Baghdad PART 1

"This is a 14 day trip to entertain the troops in the Middle East from Chad DeGroot snapchat (chadisradasadad) perspective with contributions from Rob Darden, Nate Wessel (made me do it), Catfish, Anthony Napolitan, Morgan Wade, and Drew Bezanson. You have been warned…this is a 4 part series with a lot of real talk, real situations, and uncut footage. Enjoy and share with others so you all can see what we saw on this unreal trip to a lot of undisclosed locations in the Middle East."

"Bikes Over Baghdad trips have been going on since 2009 with more than 11 short trips planned. Only these last two in 2015 were mega trips lasting 14 days each. Entertainment is the main goal along with getting the solders minds off where they are. Very appreciative, honest hand shakes, and looking you dead in the eyes with genuine joy for what we did during the shows. This is hard to express in words. Can only be truly felt by attending a show. Numerous times being choked up was the norm. Thank you for the sacrifices and what you do for our freedom."

"Close to 20,000 miles traveled in 15 days. Worth every mile for those smiles. Over 40k with our combined last two trips…Damn." -Chad DeGroot

Day 1 Feeling good but watched American Sniper on the plane. I do this to myself. Great movie, really touching, glad I saw it. On a flight to Amman Jordan which I had to look on a map to figure out where the hell this place is. Horribly bad vibe on this plane. No expressions. Pissed off looks. Kinda heated. Last drop of fireball then I'll be on the dryer for awhile which my body needs.

Day 2 Still traveling to Kuwait. Ali al Salem seems to be our hub but no shows. We need a guide or security to even go one block as rules have changed and getting stricter. Long travel days and very little sleep.

Day 3 Getting on a c-130. Packed arm to arms. Damn this is loaded. Going to Iraq. Still no shows today. Took a Blackhawk still to another base where we are going to build and do a show tomorrow.

Day 4 Taji 1st show was awesome. T-wall set up and box jump. Last time there Nate and Ron drove a tank over the ramps and crushed them. Got on a Chinook and went southwest to a heated area within 5 miles of Isis controlled area. Blackhawk guide next to us shot off a flare and scared the shit out of us all. Sleeping cot style no blankets or pillows. Very small base that used to be Saddam controlled. He buried planes to hide from USA...genius.

Day 5 Camp Havoc. Woke up to bombs going off. They moved up our show a few hours earlier to get us out before some attacks. Everyone is riding so good even with a few bikes missing and a few with no clothes. Old Boeing hanger turned into a container city with permanent residence living there. Could not image being permanent.

Day 6 We didn't get out last night due to airplane maintenance. Our security solders were happy to change planes as the last time their plane started on fire. Did another show as we had nothing to do at Camp Havoc and it turned out to be one of our best. Solders showed up late so we kept riding and stacking clips. We get a tour of the base and witness a tank engaging in about 10 shells rocket fired to Isis between 18-25 miles away. EOD shows us around and I drive a robot over Catfish. The amount of T-walls is insane but really big business in Iraq and Kuwait.

Here is a THANK YOU and GO FOLLOW info:
@catfishvsthug @mykellarrin @anthonynapo @drewbezanson @chaddegroot @livewireconstruction @wesselbuilt @texasmwade @mulligan4130 @zachschauf @christianschauf @armedforcesent @dkbicycles @texaspetesauces @torquebmx #bikesoverbaghdad @darden4130 @bikesoverbaghdad #decobmx @decobmx #pbte @profile_racing #growbmx #bmx

"Special thanks to the crew for allowing me to show flatland to round out our show to perform all aspects of freestyle bmx. Where my bike has brought me blows my mind and fills me with stories and good times. To travel the world is helping me be rich in knowledge and experience which brings smiles and laughter...how it should be. Thanks" -Chad D

@catfishvsthug @mykellarrin @anthonynapo @drewbezanson @chaddegroot @livewireconstruction @wesselbuilt @texasmwade @mulligan4130 @zachschauf @christianschauf @armedforcesent @dkbicycles @texaspetesauces @torquebmx #bikesoverbaghdad @darden4130 @bikesoverbaghdad #bikesoverbaghdad @decobmx #decobmx @profile_racing #profileZcoaster #bmx
posted: 3 years ago

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Sie suchen für ihr Event eine außergewöhnliche Show, wie wäre es mit einer Kombination aus BMX Flatland & Tricking. "BMtriX" ------ Jetzt buchen auf www.BMX-Show.ch ------

© Chris Böhm Freestyle Team
2015 Film / Cut by Carlos Meyer
Tricking : Mark Pipper
BMX Flat : Chris Böhm
posted: 3 years ago

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36 Days until Hoffman Bikes 25th Anniversary

Happy Thanksgiving!! Thanks for almost 25 years!!! Today we celebrate Hoffman Bikes team rider Kevin Jones. In 1987 Mat Hoffman and Kevin Jones toured the world together on Skyway and united their passion for pushing what is possible on a bicycle. So when Kevin mentioned to Mat he wanted to design a bike that could keep up with his innovation, it was on. Kevin joined Hoffman Bikes and developed what would become Hoffman Bikes next frame. That frame became the “Big Daddy”.

Kevin Kevin is credited as the innovator of modern day flatland riding. His exploits have been well documented in the ‘Dorkin’ In York’ video series. He has had an incredible influence on flatland and all of bmx worldwide.

Check out the Kevin Jones photo gallery at
http://hoffmanbikes.com/day-36-kevin-jones/

Music: Pegboy
Video provided by: Mark Eaton "Wheelies"
https://www.youtube.com/user/mark00eaton
posted: 3 years ago

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Wethepeople hat sich mit seiner 2016 BMX Serie mal wieder kräftig ins Zeug gelegt und hat sowohl optisch als auch von der Ausstattung für jedes BMX Fahrer Level das optimal BMX Rad auf den Markt gebracht. Johnny, zeigt euch in diesem Video die Highlights der Räder!

Alle High End BMX Räder findet Ihr bei uns im Shop hier:
http://www.kunstform.org/de/bmx-raeder-bmx-high-end-c-30_61


Wethepeople did a very well job with their new BMX Bike series of 2016! High quality parts combined with an nice style for each level of BMX riding! Johnny shows in this video some highlight bikes!

All High End BMX Bikes you can find here:
http://www.kunstform.org/en/bmx-bikes-bmx-high-end-c-30_61



Kamera: Marian Hoffmann
Sprecher: Johnny Krämer
posted: 3 years ago

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Riders: Sergey Shanko; Niaz Zaripov (Kazan'); Vova Isaev (Rostov); Danila Bezushko; Ivan Chaplygin; Oleg Efimov (Krasnoyarsk).
Music: Mos Def - Auditorium.
Edited by: Ivan Chaplygin. (@ivanchaplygin)

Thanks for watching!
posted: 3 years ago

posted: 3 years ago

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