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#TexasToast2014:
Ride BMX 2013 Recap

In anticipation of Texas Toast this weekend, Ride BMX found a bonus edit from last year that slipped through the cracks. It’s a solid recap that will get you guys plenty amped for this year’s event!

#TexasToast2014:
Schedule
Riders

We just updated the Texas Toast Website. With some new info. Below is is what we have set as far as far as schedule and admission prices go. For the full list of riders currently registered, click here.

FRIDAY: OCTOBER 17TH

10:00AM – Open Gates
10:00AM – Pre-registered riders sign in
10:00AM – Dirt & Street practice
12:00PM – Credence “More Cowbell” Challenge
1:00PM – Dirt & street practice
2:30PM – Mike Tag Brick Ledge session (metal pegs only)
3:00PM – Haro Veteran Quarter Pipe contest: High Air
4:00PM – Haro Veteran Quarter Pipe contest: Best Trick
5:30PM – Close Gates

SATURDAY: OCTOBER 18TH

10:00AM – Open Gates
10:00AM – Dirt & Street practice
12:00PM – Dirt Qualifying
2:00PM – Dirt Qualifying ends
2:00PM – Sunday Bikes present Highest Bunnyhop
3:00PM – Highest Bunnyhop ends
3:00PM – Street Qualify
5:00PM – Street Qualifying ends
5:30PM – Close Gates

AFTER PARTY PRESENTED BY DARRYL NAU (TBA)

SUNDAY: OCTOBER 19TH

10:00AM – Open Gates
10:00AM – Dirt & Street practice
12:00PM – Bell Helmets presents Dirt Finals
2:00PM – Dirt Finals end
2:00PM – Gauntlet of Death
3:00PM – Street Finals
5:00PM – Street Finals end
5:30PM – Close Gates
8:00PM – NORA Cup Awards @ Emo’s

PLUS SPORADIC FAIRDALE BIKES FLAT TRACK RACES THROUGHOUT THE WEEKEND FOR AWESOME PRICES!

*schedule is subject to change

ADMISSION PRICES

$10 for any single day of attendance

FRIDAY: $10 or $25 for all three days combined
SATURDAY: $10 or $15 for Saturday and Sunday combined
SUNDAY: $10 (single day rate)

BRING CASH!

Click HERE to see all registered riders

#TexasToast2014:
SAVE THE DATE

Texas Toast Jam

The 4th annual Texas Toast Jam is coming! We assume that you like a good time, so be sure to save the date and make your way down to Austin. We’ve got some sweet stuff in the works and a bunch of rad sponsors on board.

Bookmark TEXASTOASTJAM.COM for info and events as they get locked down, along with some archive videos for you guys to watch. We will disclose the location closer to the event as well.

If you are interested in supporting TOAST or getting involved, please email toast@odysseybmx.com.

#TexasToast2013:
Hoang Tran

Check out Hoang shreddin’ the course at this year’s Toast. Brought to you by Subrosa.

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Texas Toast Jam:
Together We Shred

Writing something about Texas Toast that isn’t trite or cliche is practically impossible. It’s not a bad problem by any means because to be honest, everything you’ve seen or heard about the event is all 100% true. During the past three years, more and more people have been making the pilgrimage to the jam to hang out, party and just flat out shred on little bikes.

I’ve had the pleasure of attending all three jams and each year there’s been moments where I got chills and goosebumps from behind the lens. From Aitken’s rebel run in the inaugural event to this year’s Veteran comp, Texas Toast never ceases to rejuvenate my love for BMX. Seeing everybody from my childhood heroes to the latest upcoming superstars, ride and have fun under one roof is absolutely incredible. We had dudes in that lumberyard who were in their 40’s boosting as high as their teenage counterparts!

When I was piecing together this documentary, it was almost overwhelming all the positive feedback we were getting and the best part was; the riding was almost secondary to the vibe. Sure, there were tons of bat-shit crazy moves that went down but the thing that got everyone most psyched was just how the BMX community came together. From all the brands and volunteers that helped make the event happen to the pros and kids who ventured out to just ride and have fun – everyone chipped in and helped put together on one of the best weekends of the year.

If you couldn’t make it out to any of the jams, hopefully this video will give you guys a good idea of what it was like. Thanks to everyone we talked with in the video and to Adam Banton and Jesus Sons for hooking us up with some tunes for it.

We also have a little bit of gear left over so if you want to get a new hat or shirt, click on over to our online store.

MUSIC

ARTIST: Adam Banton
TRACK: All the Little Things
ALBUM: Escapism (click here to pre-order the album via KickStarter)
LINKS: Facebook, Twitter and Instagram

ARTIST: Jesus Sons
TRACKS: Who’s Around and Ain’t Talkin’ Homesick
ALBUM: Who’s Around
LABEL: Mock Records
LINKS: Facebook and Bandcamp

#TexasToast2013:
Shadow Conspiracy

Here’s Shadow Conspiracy reppin’ at Texas Toast this year. Make sure to watch this ’cause there’s a handful of clips in here that hasn’t been seen yet.

#TexasToast2013:
Mark Mulville

Mark’s dirt runs were a treat to watch. Watch him throw down more combos than a heated match of Mortal Kombat in this video from Subrosa.

#TexasToast2013:
Redline

Come check out what the Redline crew was up to at this year’s Texas Toast!

#TexasToast2013:
Aaron Ross and Co.

Aaron Ross takes you through some Texas Toast finals in between shredding around town with Mat Houck, Corey Martinez, Gary Young and Chris Childs.

The good times around Toast keep coming!

#TexasToast2013:
Hats and Tees

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We’ve got a few Texas Toast Jam shirts and hats leftover from the event, which you can now find in our ONLINE STORE.

If you missed them at the event or just want a piece of Toast history, than hit up our store fast.