Feeds By S&M
Matt Beringer is a truly compelling individual. For as long as I have been riding (and long before that) Beringer has managed to have a never ending source of creativity that shows in his riding. Not afraid to utilize anything from skateboards, tire swings, and even playground equipment, he provides a refreshing perspective of what’s possible on a bike. I’ve also been a huge fan of the fact that every section he produces has a non-serious vibe and its obvious he is having a great time. This section is one of my favorites from him because it’s a contrastive blend of his signature innovative tricks while also throwing in some heavy over grinds on rails and some street backflips for good measure. The clip @ 3:27 is an incredible example of his unorthodox trick selection to say the least. So crack open a beer, smoke a bowl, and salute to a true Salt Lake legend. It’s good to see footage from what was undoubtably the greatest backyard setup that BMX has and possibly will ever see. RIP
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Craig’s been low-key putting in work on this promo for his signature S&M Whammo frame and these are the finest clips we have collected over the last 8 months or so. No talking, just insanely progressive technical street riding. Shot all over the US, most of the footage comes from Craggo’s recent Austin trip where he got like 5 crazy clips a day for a week and a half. You already know this is liquid magma, hit play again and again. WHAMMO!
We caught up with Mike ‘Hucker’ Clark at one of our shop stops recently, and saw he was riding his new S&M X Demolition bike and thought we’d shoot a bike check with him and his new whip. Hit more to see and read what and why he rides what he rides.
Frame: S&M Hucker 21″
Fork: S&M Widemouth Pitchfork
Bars: S&M 9″ Hoder High
Stem: S&M Enduro
Grips: ODI Longnecks
Seatpost: Demolition Tripod
Seat: Demolition Hucker Signature Floral
Pedals: Demolition Trooper AL
Brakes: Demolition Vulcan
Brake Lever: Odyssey
Cranks: Demolition Rig 175mm
Sprocket: Demolition Mugatu splined 30t
Front Tire: Demolition Machete 2.35
Front Wheel: Demolition Bulimia
Rear Tire: Demolition Machete 2.35
Rear Wheel: Demolition Zero rim laced to a Demolition Rotator freecoaster
Pegs: Demolition team pegs
Hub Guards: Demolition
What’s the one pet peeve about your bike setup you must have a certain way?
I have to have at least a fist of seat post between my frame and seat.
How often do you get a new bike setup?
I get about 2 or maybe 3 new bike setups a year. Depending on how thrashed up they get…
Why do you run a freecoaster when you mainly ride dirt?
I run a Demolition freecoaster for a few reasons. It makes you way more dialed when you do any trick when your feet leave the pedals. You have to be more precise due to the slack, and because riding fakie is fun!