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  • Props Issue 40 – La Revolution Toronto

    Props Issue 40 – La Revolution Toronto

    Riders from around the globe hit up Toronto’s La Revolution course in this classic section from Issue 40 of Props Video Magazine.

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  • Props Issue 43 – FBM T1 comp, Austin, TX

    Props Issue 43 – FBM T1 comp, Austin, TX

    In a classic section from Props Issue 43, Gary Young, Brian Terada, Brian Wizmerski, Vic Murphy, Scott Malyon, Baby Karl Poynter, Billy Dexter, Leigh Ramsdell, Taj Mihelich, Chase Hawk, Jim Cielencki, Jake Finley, Mike Aitken, Morgan Wade, Walter Pieringer, Garrett Byrnes, Mike Judge, Scott Foster, Danny Hickerson, Justin Inman, Jimmy Levan, Mike Tag, Kevin Porter, and others tear up the Intellect Skare Ranch in Austin, TX. Music This Bike Is A Pipe Bomb | Black Panther Song Recover | Betting [...]

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  • Props Issue 29 – Memphis MTV Sports & Music Festival

    Props Issue 29 – Memphis MTV Sports & Music Festival

    Check out Props on iTunes, Xbox, PSN, Amazon, Google Play and more http://propsvisual.com/itunes Classic section from Props Issue 29, circa 1998/99. Featuring street, dirt, and vert by Jimmy Levan, Robbo, TJ Lavin, Groundchuck, Brian Foster, Jay Miron, John Parker, Brian Castillo, Joe Rich, Mike Escamilla, Luc-e, Cory Nastazio, Ryan Nyquist, Kris Bennett, Dave Mirra, Ron Kimler, Leigh Ramsdell, Shaun Butler, Dave Young, Fuzzy, Butcher, Sandy Carson, Taj Mihelich, Pat Miller, and more. Music by Benzito. You won’t find it, trust [...]

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  • Props Issue 11 – BS Finals Daytona Beach, FL

    Props Issue 11 – BS Finals Daytona Beach, FL

    Back in the mid-90s Mat Hoffman’s Bicycle Street contests were the shit, with street, vert, and flatland all being represented with both pro (stuntmen) and am (stuntboy) titles. The finals were held in Daytona Beach, FL in the fall of 1995. Featuring Mat Hoffman, Dennis McCoy, John Parker, Josh Heino, Taj Mihelich, Chad DeGroot, Joe Rich, Rooftop, Rick Moliterno, Jay Miron, Michael Steingraeber, Kevin Robinson, Dave Osato, Stuart King, Eben Krackau, Rob Sigaty, Sandy Carson, Jon Taylor, Mike Ocoboc, Trevor [...]

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  • Props Issue 78 – The Rebel Jam

    Props Issue 78 – The Rebel Jam

    Daniel Juchatz, Matt Priest, Andreu Lacondeguy, Hannu Cools, Ryan Lloyd, Ben Hennon, Tobias Wicke, Bruno Hoffman, Alex Kennedy, Markus Hampl, Michael Beran, Brian Hunt, Corey Martinez, Simone Barraco, Alessandro Barbero, Dakota Roche, Nathan Williams, Gary Young, Todd Meyn, Sergio Layos, and others get it on in Portugal. Music Systems Officer | “Shape Shifter”

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  • Props Issue 28 – Oceanside, CA B3 Comp

    Props Issue 28 – Oceanside, CA B3 Comp

    Bruce Crisman, Rich Hirsch, Ryan Nyquist, Dave Mirra, Jay Miron, Mike Ardelean, Jamie Bestwick, Butcher, Josh Heino, Dennis McCoy, Ruben Alcantara, and others tear up the Oceanside B3 course in this section from the fall of 1998.

    Colin Mackay comments on the section, where he made his first ever appearance in a Props Issue.

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  • Props Issue 77 – 2010 Masters Ramp & Dirt

    Props Issue 77 – 2010 Masters Ramp & Dirt

    The 2010 Masters saw mind blowing miniramp, dirt, and street course riding from Brett Banasiewicz, Bruno Hoffman, T.J. Ellis, Hannu Cools, Matt Priest, James Foster, Michael Beran, Ben Wallace, Daniel Dhers, Dean Cueson, Ondra Slez, Brian Kachinsky, Anthony Watkinson, and more. Held in Cologne, Germany. Music Leatherface | “Never Say Goodbye” Cloak/Dagger | “Billions Millions”

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  • Props Issue 77 – 2010 Masters Flatland

    Props Issue 77 – 2010 Masters Flatland

    Matthias Dandois, Dominik Nekolny, Adam Kun, Jesse Puente, Alex Jumelin, Jorge Gomez, and Shintaro Misawa throw down some absolutely insane flatland moves at the 2010 Masters held in Cologne, Germany. Music AF The Naysayer | “Condor’s Redemption”

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  • Props Issue 3 – The Rampage Jam (vid dead)

    Props Issue 3 – The Rampage Jam (vid dead)

    A time of baggy clothes, homemade t-shirts, and fledgling rider-owned companies, the early 90′s Rampage Skatepark jams were some of the best BMX gatherings happening in the Midwest at the time. In fact Props itself was first formed when its founders met inside this building at a jam 1 year earlier.

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