Check out this video to learn how to make a gt snow racer with BMX handlebars.
Dat Nguyen from Epic Ride BMX and Skate Shop in Westminster, California demonstrates how to properly install 990 brakes on a BMX bike. He also give good tips on keeping your brakes working good after you've installed them. Check out this helpful video tutorial to see how to install 990 brakes on a BMX bicycle.
This tutorial segment is from the old "Basics" video by Transworld RIDEbmx Magazine. Robbie Morales ("Rob-o") teaches you the beginner essentials of riding trails and dirt jumps including tabletops, x-ups, and turndowns. So watch this to learn how to dirt jump and ride trails on a BMX bicycle. This will help you with all of your bike riding trick needs, or some of them.
In this tutorial, we learn how to change a flat BMX tire. First, take the wheel off with a wrench. Then, let all the air out of the tire if it's not already completely out. Next, find what gave you the flat tire and make sure you remove it from the tire. After this, grab the top of the tire and pull it off of the wheel. If it's completely flat, it should be easy to take off from the rim. Work your way around until it's completely off. Then, put the new tire on and then pump it with air. After...
The wheelie is the first trick that most people learn on a bike. It is a classic, and forms the basis of many more advanced moves, and is there for a trick that should be mastered by any BMX rider. Jason Forde of Team Extreme shows how to pull off the wheelie. Do a wheelie.
Davey Watson shows you how to combine two basic tricks into a more difficult staple in BMX. Watch this video tutorial to see how to do a manual to 180 trick on a BMX bicycle. A 180 spin on your bike is easy, but combing it with anything is the trick. Let Davey Watson teach you all about BMXing with the manual to 180 trick.
When I first saw Red Bull's Photo of the Month by photographer Serge Illin, I thought I was looking at some sort of skate ramp with an amazing back drop of skyscrapers.
Mike shows you how to do a hand rail with no pegs on a BMX bike.
Want to do nose manual like a pro biker? This video from Zack Warden presents a complete breakdown of the impressive, crowd-pleasing trick. Want more trick tips? Search WonderHowTo for additional BMX video tutorials much like this one.
Check out this video tutorial on how to do the manual trick on a bicycle. Watch your instructor go through the basic steps and things to look out for in the manual trick on a bike.
In this video, learn how to flair on your BMX bike like a pro. A flair is a super cool trick that you will have to practice a lot to get right, but this clip will start you off on the right foot. Follow along as Collin shows you all you need to know about flairing on your BMX.
Learn how to do a No Footer on your BMX. This trick is really simple, but necessary as a foundation for more complicated jumps.
BMX: Catch Some Air If Ernest Michaux, inventor of the modern bicycle, could see what people are doing with his creation, he'd freak out. The art of creative biking has never been more challenging and rewarding than it is now. Check out the tricks for a guide to BMX mayhem. Watch this video tutorial to see how to perform a 360 ledge on a BMX bicycle.
Freestyle BMX bike riding includes a variety of styles of extreme BMX tricks. Learn how to freestyle from our BMX biking expert in this extreme sports video tutorial. Take action: spot your landing, gain proper speed for the trick, learn to bunny hop down, and learn to ride faki. Patrick, the instructor in this how-to video from Live Strong, resides in Campell, CA and has been riding for several years. His sponsors include Mongoose Bikes, Fox, Monster, and Calabasas Cyclery.
Learn how to tailwhip on a BMX
Watch this video and see how to do BMX flat tricks - Peg Wheelie. Be sure and wear a helmet.
Eddie Cleveland is a master at footjam nosepick tailwhips on a BMX bike, so RIDEbmx got him to teach you how they are done. Just watch this video tutorial to see how to footjam nosepick tailwhip on your BMX bicycle.
Watch and learn with step by step instructions and examples of how to do a turndown on your BMX bike.
In this video tutorial from the Mountain Equipment Co-Op, we learn how to repair a broken bike chain. Jeff has broken his bike chain on his way to work, and he needs to make a hasty repair. He breaks the process down into three quick steps.
In this tutorial, we learn how to disassemble a BMX bike. First, remove the bolts around the handles. Set the handlebars aside, then remove the bottom tired from the front out of its place. Next, set your bearing aside with the bolts. After this, remove the wheel from the part holding it in with a wrench. Next, take out the chain from the bike and remove the back wheel. Remove the rest of the bolts and the spacers from the back of the bike. When finished, you will have all the parts laid out ...
BMX is one of the most coolest sports out there and features some of the most difficult and dangerous tricks out there. So, if the time ever comes where you need to take apart your BMX bike piece-by-piece, you'll know how to do it thanks to this two part tutorial. Enjoy!
Check out this video for a step by step tutorial on how to perform the very cool hitchhiker stunt on your BMX bike. In this clip, Rad Dad shows you how to combine a bunch of different tricks into one - the hitchhiker! This is a pretty advanced move so you will need to be familiar with steamrollers, double footed steamrollers, half hikers and karl kruisers.
There are 3 steps involved in patching a bike tube: 1. Locate hole in the tube.
Flatland is a freestyle BMX bike riding style on smooth, flat surfaces without any ramps or jumps. Learn how to flatland from our BMX biking expert in this extreme sports video tutorial. Take action: feather the brakes, shift your weight, and practice, but remember not to pull up too hard on the handle bars. Patrick, the instructor in this how-to video from Live Strong, resides in Campell, CA and has been riding for several years. His sponsors include Mongoose Bikes, Fox, Monster, and Calabas...
This tutorial segment is from the old "Basics" video by Transworld RIDEbmx. From bunnyhops to 180s to feeble grinds to basic grinds on the bike, the Gonz and Butcher guide you along to learning the building blocks of street riding. Learn how to ride a BMX bicycle with the basics! You'll even learn how to do the bar spin trick on your bicycle. These are the basics to street bike riding my friends.
Travis Pastrana is an extreme sports nut, competing (and winning) X Games events such as motocross, freestyle motocross, supercross, and rally racing. In this Thrillbillies clip, Pastrana flips a big wheel at incredible speed over a 50-foot stretch (while donning a pinstripe suit). What an insane dude!
This is a 4 part video on how to fully install your BMX bike. This video shows how to install all parts of a BMX bike; forks, stem, headset, handlebars, seat, cranks, bearings, pedals, wheels, chain, and breaks. Once you've got your BMX bike assembled, you can go out there and start riding!
BMX: Catch Some Air If Ernest Michaux, inventor of the modern bicycle, could see what people are doing with his creation, he'd freak out. The art of creative biking has never been more challenging and rewarding than it is now. Check out the tricks for a guide to BMX mayhem. Watch this video tutorial to see how to perform a foot jam endo on a BMX bicycle.
A bunny hop is the foundation for many BMX bike tricks and it involves getting both wheels of the bike off the ground. Learn how to bunny hop from our BMX biking expert in this extreme sports video tutorial. Take action: pull up on the handle bars, pull back end up with the pedals, and practice. Patrick, the instructor in this how-to video from Live Strong, resides in Campell, CA and has been riding for several years. His sponsors include Mongoose Bikes, Fox, Monster, and Calabasas Cyclery.
BMX is a form of cycling and stunt riding that originated in California in the early 1970s. Learn tips for performing various BMX tricks from a professional BMX rider in this free biking video series.
This segment is from the old "Basics" video by Transworld RIDEbmx. Starting with the anatomy of a bike ramp and moving on to dropping in, airing, and lip tricks, this video tutorial covers all aspects of basic ramp riding. So, see how to ride a ramp with your BMX bicycle, from start to finish. You learn all of the basic ramp tricks for your BMX bike. Just see for yourself.
The bunnyhop is to BMX biking as the ollie is to skateboarding. It is the most basic means of getting off the ground, and the basis of big airs and most tricks. This video will teach you how to perform one yourself and get your BMX skills off the ground. It may take a while for you to be doing it as high as the narrator in the video, and you will have to develop some serious leg strength to ever equal his height.
In this How To Video Kurtis Elwell will walk you through how to do a fakie on a BMX. The best place to start learning how to roll a fakie is on a steep hill or incline. As soon as you start to lose momentum on the hill you will stop for a moment then start rolling backwards. If your BMX is equipped with a cassette wheel it will start to force you to pedal backwards. Then, when you are rolling backwards and want to turn around, turn your front wheel to a 45 degree angle. Lean back a bit so all...
Are you a thrill seeker? Here is a step by step guide on how to do a back flip on a BMX bike. Tell the nurse we say hello!
Check out this cycling video tutorial to see how to do the bunny hop trick on a bicycle. Your BMX instructor for the day goes through the very basic steps with demonstrations on the bike bunny hop, along with some out-takes at the end to ease the pain of falling on your ass.
In this video series, learn how to do the popular 180 BMX trick. With Nick Gralike's instruction, you can learn the step by step instruction for your BMX tricks. Also, learn how to style you BMX trick, and learn safety tips for practicing a 180 BMX trick.
Follow along with Chris Doyle as he shares his techniques for BMX biking tricks. Watch and learn how to perform an X up and the different variations of an X up (one-handed, seat grab and more!)
Garson Fields demonstrates the basic freestyle tricks in BMX for this series of videos. Part 1 of 14 - How to Do basic BMX freestyle tricks.
On January 25th, Bienve Aguado decided that he would be the one to pull off the world's first double front flip on a mountain bike. And guess what? He did it! Just goes to show what a little grit, determination and thousands and thousands of hours of practice can do! A second clip which shows the trick from start to finish: Your move, extreme unicyclists.
Want to do inverts hurricanes like a pro? This video from Jamie Bestwick presents a complete breakdown of the impressive, crowd-pleasing trick. Want more trick tips? Search WonderHowTo for additional BMX video tutorials much like this one.