Vans 'The Circle' Videos
Bros Bike Store - Vans 'The Circle'
Lyon, France - More Info
People's Store - Vans' The Circle'
Cologne, Germany - More Info
Alans BMX - Vans 'The Circle'
Wigan, UK - More Info
Il Butta BMX - Vans 'The Circle'
Pavia, Italy - More Info
Kunstform - Vans 'The Circle'
Stuttgart, Germany - More Info
Source BMX - Vans 'The Circle'
Hastings, UK - More Info
360BS - Vans 'The Circle'
Barcelona, Spain - More Info
Soulcycle - Vans 'The Circle'
Amsterdam, Netherlands - More Info
BMX Avenue - Vans 'The Circle'
Montpellier, France - More Info
Stress Bike Shop - Vans 'The Circle'
Moscow, Russia - More Info
VOTING HAS CLOSED!
All 10 shop videos are now live and it's your chance to vote for your favourite Vans 'The Circle' edit to win our DIGBMX 'Community Favourite' Award.
Your vote will also count towards the final rankings alongside the scores from our team of Pro Judges. Peter Adam, Jon Taylor, Dakota Roche and Alex Valentino.
Simply enter your name and email address below (before 6pm CET on Nov 12th 2020) and choose one team for the win, giving your favourite the chance to win part of the €20,000 up for grabs. You'll be automatically entered into our VANS X CULT product bundle giveaway* too. (*products may vary from those shown below - 3 winners will be notified by email week beginning November 16th)
The winning shop will be announced during the live online broadcast of ‘The Circle’, hosted by Andy Zeiss and Sebastian Hejna here on DIG at 8pm CET on Saturday November 14th.
Voting ends on Thursday 12th November at 6pm CET.
Vote now and give these local shops and teams your support!
You can only vote once and all votes received before 6pm CET on Nov 12th 2020 will be counted!
ABOUT VANS 'THE CIRCLE'
Created to support local BMX stores, their riders and their communities, The Circle is a brand new BMX filming competition where 10 BMX shops from across the UK, Netherlands, Germany, France, Spain, Italy and Russia will go head to head for the chance to win a share of €20,000 in prize money.
After assembling their teams of up to 6 members with a mix of pros and ams, the crews have been working hard to film and produce their final edits. Our brief to them was pretty simple; stay local, be inclusive, be creative and engage their community, which ultimately is at the core of what The Circle is all about. The aim is to celebrate local BMX communities, everyone who contributes to their scene and ultimately what makes their BMX circle what it is.