Analyse what you’re going to ride, check it’s safe and clear the run-up and run-out of any debris.
Watch out for people! As soon as you make someone jump or scare them by riding too close, you’re doing it wrong. Give people time and space to avoid any issues.
Always wear a helmet and pads. Loads of BMX riders don’t and it’s not cool!
Be respectful wherever you’re riding. You’ll give bikers a bad name if you aren’t polite.
Send it and enjoy the endless lines and possibilities street riding has to o er!
Do anything that’ll be a risk to people around you – it’ll only cause problems.
Ride something that could break or be damaged. Again, it’s only going to cause trouble.
Try riding up a stair set at full speed – Tom’s mate did it once and blew both tyres and his fork up!
Run your suspension or tyres too soft. This will create unnecessary sag and a loss of pump, causing a loss of control. Your bike needs to be as solid as possible to get good pop, like a BMX.
Be scared – SEND IT!