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Posted on: January 21, 2016 5pm

DJ Brandt goes from park, to dirt, to street in his latest edit for Mongoose . It’s ok. DJ Brandt | Mongoose Bikes | Pearlescent Media | Additional cinematography // Ethan Nell | Alex Squirrely | Reed Boggs DJ was one of the very first riders to adopt the VP-Harrier as his go to pedal and hasn’t looked back since – except to spot his landings.  DJ will again be one of VP’s main riders this season with a heavy schedule of filming and trips in store.  He will also hit up select FMB Tour stops with the goal of bringing his style and special personality to the competition side of the sport.  

Posted on: December 22, 2015 5pm

Nicholi Rogatkin crushes a second season on VP Harrier pedals Nicholi Rogatkin seemingly came out of nowhere to stun the mountain bike world in 2014 with performances that put him on par with freeride’s top athletes. Little did they know that Nicholi had been riding since the age of five, turned pro in BMX at 13, and by the time he had turned 18 had already won BMX worlds.  In 2015 Nicholi Rogatkin was in the running for every major title in slopestyle competition and even threatened to knock-out the sport’s current legendary riders at the RedBull Joyride where he eventually took the silver medal. Nicholi is recognized by everyone in the sport as one of the latest riders to truly push the limits on what is expected at the top level.  Nicholi’s BMX style and experience jump to the forefront of his riding.  Slopestyle had grown to value bigView More>>

Posted on: November 24, 2015 5am
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VP Shoots for Value and Hits the Mark with the Aim Platform Pedal They’ve proven themselves to be a product I’d happily recommend for budget-conscious riders (or otherwise), mainly due to how well they held up under my feet. Go on over to BikeRumor.com for an in-depth review of the budget-conscious yet performance minded VP-AIM pedals!

Posted on: March 09, 2015 9pm

Urban DH Helmet Cam footage from top pros are all must-watch and this video proves why ! International travel hiccups be damned.  Mick Hannah doesn’t let a lost bike stop him from absolutely slaying this incredible course. “I was a little nervous at first, by the time qualifying came around I felt reasonably comfortable, but Urban DH is always a little scary” The Valparaiso Cerro Abajo represents Urban DH competition at its finest and most chaotic.  Every summer, this world famous race takes place in the UNESCO heritage port city of Valparaiso, Brazil. The course is specially erected utilizing uniquely steep and narrow streets, secluded pedestrian walkways with staircases, and dropping from precipices between the city’s terraced levels. You would think that this insanity could only exist once a year, but you would be wrong.  The Valparaiso Cerro Abajo is one of FIVE! stops on the City Downhill World TourView More>>

Posted on: February 24, 2015 4pm

DJ Brandt saw an early prototype of the new VP-Aim at the skate-park, he stole the dudes pedals and rode like he DID steal them. Don’t steal them – buy a set…

Posted on: February 24, 2015 4pm

One of the world’s top pro mountain bike riders, Sam Reynolds asked us for a pedal that would work for him. He wanted Balance, Control, and Stability. The VP-Aim is the result. The VP-Aim is a wide, grippy, dual-concave pedal that goes anywhere

Posted on: February 03, 2015 5pm

In this episode of AJ Anaya’s How Tuesday he teaches you how to do a doubletail whip on your BMX bike. AJ gives you some helpful advice on learning double tailwhips along with super slow motion breakdowns. If you have any questions follow @ajanayalater on instagram and ask him anything!

Posted on: January 30, 2015 4pm

One of VP’s FMB Diamond Tour riders Sam Reynolds rides with Ollie Wilkins on his home trails in Surrey, UK for Juice Lubes. Sam’s VP-Harriers were designed to shred in these exact wet and soft conditions. Enjoy!

Posted on: January 20, 2015 11pm
Alex Ryan styles out and impresses

From the MOB Pro CX Team: Good afternoon Friends! WOW, what a year it has been for us. I say this at the end of every year, and each year I continue to be amazed by how much we grow and our success both on and off the bikes. This concludes our 5th consecutive season as a professional cyclocross team and it has been a truly wild and fun ride. What started as a very modest, almost zero budget one rider team has grown into what is one of the must successful professional CX team in the nation! Since our last update at the end of October we continued to burn up the roads and the dirt collecting victories and podiums all over the country on our Kona cross bikes and VP VX pedals.

Posted on: January 20, 2015 1am

Our Modus engineer Fred Stamm and company destroyed (or really ended up destroyed at) the SLO Little 500. Too many super fun ways to ride bikes in our area… this is but one… Sick edit by Jonathan Roberts.

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