Four of the BSD crew teamed up with DIG Mag photographer Andrew White last year to document a trip to Paris for the next instalment of their ‘Territories’ video/zine series. Dig just released the mag and had this to say about the project:
“Our ‘Territories’ series continues, this time with official DIG partners BSD – and the destination, Paris! Our man Andrew White was there to handle everything photographic and you can see what he got up to by picking up issue two of our ‘Territories’ zine, featuring Reed Stark, Kriss Kyle, Alex Donnachie, Sam Jones and Dan Paley. It’s all too easy for incredible trips to get lost in the web ether – long live print!”
THE TERRITORIES MAGAZINE BUNDLE INCLUDES:
– 1 x 60 page DIG X BSD ‘TERRITORIES’ Magazine
– 1 x TERRITORIES poster
– 2 X TERRITORIES postcards
– 10 x DIG X BSD stickers
Reed set up this rad new ride just before the recent BSD Bangkok trip, based around a Safari Mud colourway Safari frame it has the new Zulu Safari seat, sand Donnastreets and much more, click below to see the full parts rundown and a short interview with him on DIGBMX.COM about Safari Shit, his recent travels and much more…
Dig Mag is back with issue 99.8, check out the new Zulu Safari Seat advert we’re running in it. Alex Donnachie shot this photo With Reed while the team were out in Paris, France cooking up a new video which we’ll have more news about in the next couple weeks…
Reed Stark’s signature Safari seat features:
– Heavy canvas main panels in two colourways
– Zulu print rear in two colourways
– Embroidered BSD patch
– Fat and mid size Pivotal
The new Safari seat is available from BSD stockists now…
The dream spots and guaranteed Middle-East sunshine lure many pros to Israel year after year. As a result, many of the best video parts include riding here. What sometimes flies under-the-radar though, is the local scene.
Last year we set out to catch a fairly routine trip with Sar Levi and a few others including visiting Canadian rider Justin Hughes (WTP). After working year-round, he and his friends book time off work to travel from their hometown – Tel Aviv – to Be’er Sheva, Arad, Eilat and Mitzpe Ramon.
In a country with mixed views in the press and a unique history, one thing we found stood out is that BMXers are BMXers wherever they’re from. We were warmly welcomed and these guys just want to ride their bikes.
Follow Sar Levi, Alon Kosoy, Justin Hughes and Boris Choumakov on a road trip around Israel.