Our good friend KC bought an airbag for his son Brody, who at the age of 6 became the youngest kid in the WORLD to land a backflip on a BMX. I was at the end of my epic road trip with Scmidthy, and I decided I had to fly out and meet him. His Dad and I surprised him with a session at a paintball facility, which had a ton of room to setup his DIY ramp and the NextStep Airbag Lander.
The 3rd day on the East Coast Roadtrip landed Todd Meyn and Brandon Schmidt at Pastranaland, where anything on two wheels was used to send it on the NextStep Lander!
We take the new Youth NextStep Lander down to the local skatepark for a quick session with some youths! Check out all the details on the new lander right here!
We ride the new, smaller NextStep Youth inflatable BMX airbag lander in a skatepark in Perth during the Stress-Less Festival. The Youth lander is just like it’s big brother, with slightly smaller dimensions to make it easier for juniors to stomp out tricks and progress quicker and safer.
We flew to Wales, UK to do a video shoot with Nitro Circus in a 700-year-old castle! Todd Meyn, Ryan Williams, Jed Mildon and Kurtis Downs all did a BMX session on an inflatable NextStep Lander (with some scooter tricks thrown in by R. Willy for good measure).
One of my favorite things in the world to ride is a step up. Though the DD NextStep BMX AirBag Lander we use is 6.5 ft tall, I thought it would be a good idea to head to Bayswater Skatepark and set it up on one of the ramps there and see what we could come up with. A few months back when I was away on a trip my friends had done this and it looked awesome …so I wanted to replicate it. Joined by my good mates for an early morning wake up, we headed to the skatepark.
We have been getting creative with setting the airbag up around the place and thought it would be awesome to find a big wall to see how high we could wall ride. I’ve been good friends with Adam from the Kart Centre in Perth for some time now and he is always keen to do something out of the ordinary. Lucky enough he has very large space which was exactly the place we were looking to setup our NextStep Lander.