Devon Rohl has been a huge part of the bmx scene in Calgary and Canada for many years now. On April 2nd he held the grand opening of his new shop Bmx Gallery 4130 in Calgary. Devon hooked up some pics of the grand opening, read on.
Vancouver Island trail boss Cory Clarke drops some knowledge about having a good time at the trails. Check the 10 steps out after the jump…View Post
Hip Whip. Photo by Chris Chitaroni.
If you have been riding long enough, chances are high that you have sustained some sort of injury that kept you off your bike for a while. Now what if something kept you off your bike for close to two years, and doctors couldn’t figure out the problem? That was the case for a young Tommy Hains who started to experience seizures suddenly in 2009, which kept him from doing everything that he loved. As a straight A student and gifted young rider, with a number respectable contest placings at amateur contests at the local and national level, he was forced to quit everything in his life as doctors worked to try and explain the seizures he was having and find a way to help him.
Tommy underwent surgery in May of 2010 and has only now been given the OK from doctors to get back in to riding, and from what it seems, it’s as if he never left. I asked Tommy some questions about the ordeal he went through, surgery, how to cope with going stir crazy when you have to give up everything you enjoy doing, and how his life is now. Take a few minutes and keep reading the Tommy Hains interview and check out an edit of his riding that Chris Chitaroni put together.