BMX Saturday

Hello. Why do I keep posting BMX videos? First, it’s cycling. Second, it’s awe inspiring. The former needs no explaining but the latter could. It’s inspiring, the same way it was inspiring when I did ride a BMX (last time was in my teens) and I was mediocre at best. It didn’t matter to me or my friends. See, for every fantastic rider there is an army of riders like me. It’s the same today, I was a better than average roadie and mtb’er but still only better than average and the curve up from there is long! The thing is I’m still to this day inspired. Inspired to watch, learn and ride my bikes (another month and I’m back in the saddle, might make that a story in itself). So, for those that know I regularly post BMX on a Friday, I’m not getting my rad on a Saturday. Keep inspired, no matter how good or what you ride. This will always be the message here at Headset Press. One Love – Cycling.

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