Felix Murray-Shum started out as a quiet, ‘background’ kind of guy, but then his love for street riding brought out a strong personality and a flair for BMX second to few in the South African BMX scene. Felix now has a quiet air of determination about him when riding that says “bike first, everything else later” – this is the care-free mentality that we have all come to love about him. A screw loose? Yes. One of the hardest riders in the country? Definitely.
To everyone who made it to the Ghetto Jam 8, I’m sure you’ll agree it was the best one yet! Here are some photo’s from our Instagram stream. More updates and photo’s to follow.
What better way to spend your honeymoon than on your bike… Malcolm putting it down for Vans.
I happened upon this edit over on the Mixed Apples Blog yesterday. Nice to see some dope updated riding from the Jozi locals.
A couple weeks ago we heard a rumor that some Durban skaters had cleared a section of a drainage ditch down near the Bluff. It wasn’t long before a mission was on the go. Packed with shovels, brooms, camera bags and van full of riders, we went forth and conquered!
Tyrone arrived in Durban last week and by the sounds of it, its for good! Welcome young Sir!
We had some very special guests show up at the shop this past Saturday morning.
Another edit from some international visitors. This time a of couple wild Aussies tripped all over SA taking it all in and spending a fair amount of time of their bikes and in the pub of course.
So many good edits out right now, all showing a good variety of style and editing. Paul, Duffy, Looney Crew, Stu and Colin in the mix.
A fresh new edit from Darren Oatley. A good selection of tech clips and a couple eyebrow cockers for sure.