The latest edit from Hardcore Hobbies team Rider Joe Embrey...... Doing it for FBM!
Team Rider Max Bent-Marshall put together this edit 'BMX Life' with Team Rider Ash Finlay....... Check it!
Inspired by New York Hardcore Punk / Thrash crossover band The Cro-Mags, our 'World Peace' clothing line should be available in store and online mid February 2018!!!!
This print aims to put a positive twist on the negative aspects of our ever changing world!
Independent shops seem to be closing left right and centre at the moment, there are many reasons for this, folk have less money in their pockets these days and the large internet players seem to be taking a huge slice of the pie!
Here at Hardcore Hobbies we are renewing our lease so are digging in moving forward..... Thanks to your ongoing support we'll keep things rolling and will be continuing to service the scene we love so much!
Hardcore Hobbies til the end of time!........ fingers crossed that's a long time and some man made device doesn't ruin everything for everyone!
Mad times people, that said mankind has always been a little bonkers!
Rep a H.H World Peace garm before it all goes up in flames!
*don't worry..... we're sure everything will be fine. X.
CLICK THE FIRST IMAGE FOR DIRECT LINK TO FULL CLOTHING LINE!
The 10th ever Bury St Edmunds Skatepark Jam took place on Sunday 9th July. The town was crying out for the event after no B.S.E jam taking place in 2016...... As always skaters and riders from far and wide arrived, to take part, chill and just be part of the day. Super pleased this years event had more of a family feel than previous years....... Often parents don't get to see what their offspring get up to at the park, it was a perfect day to showcase to all what skatepark sports have to offer!
Past members of Bury Skatepark Experience came along to enjoy by Tom Ellam.
Local sexy boy Harley Miller showing off his best bits by Tom Ellam
Big up to this years event sponsors! As well as us and St Edmundsbury Borough Council, the following brands stumped up product for prizes...... We were lucky to have the best of the best as sponsors:
Four Wheel Fools
Simple Bike Co.
Proper Bike Co.
United Bike Co.
Blazer Pro Scooters
Very pleased to have DKMS (We Delete Blood Cancer) on site at the event, with 76 people signing up to be possible donors! #joinforjasmi
Beth making her contribution by Tom Ellam
Cheers to everyone that attended! we raised over £2000 to improve our skatepark at Olding Road moving forward!!!!!!!
Polly and Chan at the entrance by Tom Ellam.
Massive shout outs to:
Little Angels Day Care (for FREE face painting)
Rehearsal Rooms (PA)
The Mobile Pizza Co.
Aroy-D Authentic Thai Cuisine
The Coffee House
Sickness and Dismay
Free face painting proved quite a hit! by Tom Ellam.
The finished article by Tom Ellam.
Beats loved by all! by Paul Jackson.
Could go into the ins and outs of the day, but basically you should of been there....... And photos say a 1000 words right!
Locals Preston Flack and Joe taking in the good vibes by Tom Ellam.
Scotty enjoying good times by Tom Ellam
Our own Shozo with his little one Miya by Tom Ellam.
Sean and Jay working out the results by Paul Jackson.
1. Ash Finlay
2. Charlie Cope
Ash Finlay Flair by Paul Jackson.
1. Wichai Saensawat
2. Adam Welton
Stephen McDowell and Others waiting their turn By Paul Jackson.
1. Marcin Maciolek
2. Jack Roe
3. Jasper Skeads
Max Bent Marshall boosting a bars out of the deep end By Paul Jackson.
1. Josh Tucker
2. Jack Towns
3. Dylan Yallop
Tristan Mc Donahew slaying the rail By Paul Jackson.
1. Tristan Mcdonahew
2. Max Bent-Marshall
3. Jamie Ryan
Young ones loving the face paint by Tom Ellam.
1. Calum Lowe
2. Reece Roberts
3. Sam Frost
Sid Pallot loving a boneless By Paul Jackson.
1. Will Dixon
2. Sid Pallot
3. Jake Pervis
Dylan Pooley throwing a heel flip down the stairs By Paul Jackson
1. Dylan Pooley
2. Alfie Jefferies
3. Will Dixon
Will Dixon throwing shapes By Paul Jackson
1. Charlie Turner
2. Henry Mcbride
3. Riley Lowes
Jacob Carroll killing himself with a boneless down the stairs By Paul Jackson
This year saw the introduction of the Luke Jarvis shield, in memory of a local shredder from Stowmarket who was known far and wide and will be sorely missed. We wanted to keep his spirit alive by giving people the opportunity of winning a one off shield, which will be presented every year to the one person who embodies the spirit of Luke. His dad Andy also dropped off some extra prises for this, so we picked a winner and 2 others that shone.
Max Gill receiving his Luke Jarvis Tee by Paul Jackson.
Luke Jarvis Shield:
1. Ash Finlay
2. Jacob Carroll
3. Max Gill
Ash boosting from a far by Paul Jackson.
The sticker toss is always a highlight! Taken by Abbie Weingaertner.
Visit Bury St Edmunds Skatepark Experience Facebook Page for all info and happenings to do with the skatepark.
If you would like to know more about DKMS, visit the DKMS Website Here.
Thanks to Paul Jackson of Four Wheel Fools Blog and Tom Ellam of Tank Tapes Word Press for providing this years images. Visit the links to view more jam imagery and a ton of other stuff.
The A-Team who made it all happen! Taken on Paul Jackson's camera by someone???
Here's our very own Ashley Finlay giving you pointers on how to flare...