ALEC SIEMON WELCOME TO PRIMO BMX VIDEO

Alec Siemon aka Shmal was recently picked up by Primo & he fxcking killed it. Toothpick to 180’s is something we see a lot now, but a 180 to toothpick half-cab out? Alec makes it look easy, but all those who…

ALEX COLEBORN 2015 TOTAL BMX VIDEO

If you’re familiar with the BMX scene, chances are you know who Alex Coleborn is. This kid is a beast on a bike, throwing combos some would think aren’t even humanly possible. All the clips in this video are park…

SAN FRANCISCO STREET SERIES 2015 #BMXDAY VIDEO

Four days ago (#BMXDAY) San Francisco was squaded with riders from all over to ride & celebrate BMXDAY. I think its awesome how riders from all over, have the opportunity to sesh with pro’s they’ve only seen on videos and…

CHICAGO STREET SERIES #BMXDAY 2015 VIDEO

TCU posted a 40 minute long video of the Chicago Street Series jam in honor of #BMXDAY. If you didn’t have a chance to make it out… You missed out. Now you know for next time so plan ahead. In…

DAY IN THE LIFE WITH HARRY MAIN USA EDITION

I must admit. Even though most of us in the states know who Harry Main is, we don’t see much of his footage like they do in comparison with the UK. But when we do, its always top notch stuff….

Randy Taylor. Randy was a goodhearted, charismatic, creative, incredible person. One of the most fun dudes to be around ever, and one of the most gifted bike riders I’ve ever met.

Randy was a natural, there’s no question about it. No one could accuse him of taking anything too seriously, yet he excelled at everything he did – most notably riding bikes, making friends, and entertaining those around him. Everybody loved Randy. Everybody. Between his unstoppable energy, his carefree goofiness, and his unmatched talent for finding trouble, there was truly never a dull moment.

Randy always did his own thing, be it in life or on his bike. The phrase “ahead of his time” gets thrown around a lot, but I can’t think of a more shining example than Randy. Now having the benefit of years of perspective on his riding, it’s easy to see how talented and forward-thinking he really was. Even his seven-year-old frame geometry is easlily up to modern standards.

Randy may no longer be with us, but we are fortunate enough to have a fantastic video archive of his riding and of his personality. He will forever live on in the collective hearts and minds of his friends, his family, and anyone who enjoys his riding or had the good fortune of interacting with him.

The Loosefer Reissue (mutinybikes.com/loosefer) is now available, and we’ll be donating all profits from sales to a suicide awareness charity.

Rest in peace Randy. We miss you bud.

–Walter Pieringer

REMEMBERING RANDY TAYLOR BY MUTINY BIKES BMX VIDEO

Saw this posted on the Mutiny Website & thought it was definitely worth the share. Mutiny stays doing BIG things & not only that… Great things. Being generous & donating all funds to a Suicide charity from frame sales shows you…