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Mike "Hucker" Clark

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Mike “Hucker” Clark is one of those riders with a glaringly obvious natural talent – and a glaringly unique personality. A pro BMX dirt rider, Hucker is also quite the waterman, with a knack and passion for surfing, snorkeling, deep-sea fishing and spear fishing. Hailing from Fountain Valley – an area in close proximity to Sheep Hills and the various trails of Orange County – Hucker is a SoCal soul through and through, with his flowing surf-style clearly identifiable in his riding technique. And then there’s the mullet – harking to an OC of decades prior. Hucker has been riding since the late ‘90s, when he got his first GT. His n...

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Recent BMX News

  • H.O.R.S.E? More like B.I.K.E: Luke Parslow Throws Down in his Backyard

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    Posted over 3 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    You know the game of H.O.R.S.E. Well take that, detonate it, and be introduced to the game of B.I.K.E. – a two-wheel variant of the game (usually filled with Basketball trick shots) where BMX’ers try to outdo each other with some weird tricks, funky new maneuvers and huge bangers. Oakley Team Rider Luke Parslow recently invited a couple of his buddies to his backyard for a goofy session on his third jump. And Transworld BMX was there to capture most of it on film. Check it!

  • True History: Defgrip Video Captures Heart and Soul of Oakley’s Beginnings and Future

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    Posted over 3 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    You thought you knew Oakley. But you probably have no idea. Defgrip unearthed the core, heart and soul of Oakley as a company: All through its storied history. Hint: We didn’t start with eyewear. Don’t miss this!

  • Oakley's Stephen Murray's Big Surprise

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    Posted about 4 years ago by

    When Stephen was injured a friend donated a van to him. Stephen was much taller than the van’s previous owner and he didn’t fit through the door when the lift was raised up. This caused him to have to lean back and almost tip over every time he got in or out. This was only the beginning of the troubles with the van.



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