Video by Botak Kuantan
Due to overwhelming support, we had exceed the quota of participant limit.
So we will closed the registration now.
Thanks to all participant who already had registered. Really appreciate your effort.
See you at the event day.
You can see Rafiq Hashimi and junior rider, son of brother Ridhwan Nawawi (sorry i forgot your name) in this camera revew
We are proudly to announce that we will be doing a BMX Freestyle clinic named BMX101. It’s a BMX Freestyle workshop for beginners organize by Todak and Kayuhbmx with the support from Vans Malaysia, Malaysia National Cycling Federation (MNCF), BudakBMX, Back to 80’s and The Curb BMX Shop.
It’s a free event but with a limited participant. So please register as soon as possible. First come first serve.
Open to all. No age limit. No matter if you have a BMX bike or not. We welcome everybody to join if you have an interest to ride BMX.
Date : 23rd August 2020 (Sunday)
Location : Kotak Hitam, no.26, Jalan Setia Dagang AJ, U13/AJ, Setia Alam, 40170, Shah Alam, Selangor.
Time : 2pm
P/S: there will a simple games for participant and winners will get some sponsored prizes..
Saiful Ariff is one of the best rider in Malaysia had purchased a new frame from The Curb. He got a Kink Titan II frame which is best for BMX Park riding.
If you need any BMX Parts or Complete bike you can just come over to The Curb BMX Shop or simply log in to their website www.thecurbkl.com
Prior to the start of social distancing roomies Dennis Enarson, Corey Walsh and Jason Watts set out to build the ultimate backyard ramp. When the sun went down so did the heavy riding…
Vans is proud to present Homestead, a fresh new edit from Dennis Enarson, Jason Watts and Corey Walsh, filmed by Christian Rigal. The impetus for the film came together after the three built a world-class ramp setup in Dennis’ backyard late last year.
“Making Homestead was something really special,” Dennis said. “The same guys who built the ramp happen to be the two best ramp riders in the world. So, once we lit those ramps up it was time to get done everything we could until the three of us could barely walk. I’m proud to make this split edit with Corey and Jason, and premiere what I think is the most legit backyard ramp setup in the BMX world.”
After completing the three-month buildout, the crew was amped to get some time on a ramp that serves as a rider’s dream setup — a sentiment that shines through in this edit, along with some of what Jason and the crew dubbed “Pull-Back or Die” moments. “Some good times went into building this ramp,” Corey commented, “and there’s only going to be more good times riding and building in the future.”
“Thank you, Vans, for backing it since day one,” Dennis added. “Thank you Christian Rigal for making such a sick video and thank you Jason and Corey for all the good times – from the ramp build, all the way to filming this video.”
Taslem Razif a.k.a Botak Kuantan has made some vlog of his previous experience. Here is some of what he did. Enjoy.
PJ Bus Stop (its actually a centralize bus station, but we used to called is ‘bus stop’ ) located in the Petaling Jaya Old Town center is one of the most favourite street spot for BMX riders and skaters years back then. It’s pretty near to Arena Skatepark, so after riding at the skatepark, many riders came over to the bus stop for the next session.
PJ bus stop has made so many good and bad memories to our scene. This spot is no longer available to ride since the bus stop has been revamp to a new look that is not suitable to ride anymore.
These videos was taken is 2013