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Aaron Ross Profile (2024)

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Aaron is known to everyone as a BMX dude with the most vibrant bike setups.

Not many prefer it, but Aaron will do whatever he wants. And if this means having a WICKED color bike, that’s exactly what he will do.

But there is a lot more to Aaron than just the bike. He is an incredible street rider with a unique style, not following modern trends.

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However, Aaron Ross may not be too into filming BMX videos these days. Still, once he releases a new video, you know it will be a pleasure to watch.

Growing up, Aaron was into all sorts of sports, believing he could do it all. We would live in a completely different world if everyone had this mentality.

Today, let’s enjoy some of Aaron’s best parts and edits that he released over the years.

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Aaron Ross Profile

1. Bio

Date of birth: August 2, 1986
Place of birth: Corpus Christi, Texas
Height: 6′
Stance: Right foot forward
Instagram: @theaaronross

2. Sponsors

Odyssey and Sunday.

3. Bike Check

Note: Don’t forget to check Aaron Ross’s bike check.

4. Parts Aaron Rides

Featured photo by: Taylor Hughes.

5. Best Aaron Ross BMX Videos

Bike – Aaron Ross vs Chase Hawk

If you want to watch something super funny yet at the same time epic, then this Game of BIKE between Aaron and Chase is a must.

Even though the holiday vibe might not be on full whack at the time you watch it, it’ll remind you how awesome Christmas is.

This is a pretty extensive Game of BIKE for one good reason – because the two are that damn good.

Spoiler alert: Chase pulls a barspin! (If your life goal is to see Chase pull a bar, then you’re in luck today.)

Anyway, I won’t reveal who the winner is, because it’ll ruin everything, but the two go heavy, that’s for sure.

Time machine with Aaron and Terry Adams

Videos with a concept can be so much more fun than videos with just riding. This video starts hilariously.

Rather than ruin it for you, we will just say we are greeted with an “old” Terry Adams waking up for his day and watching the infamous clip where he kicks Aaron Ross off of a handrail grind.

It also can’t go without mentioning that Francis Delapena did a fantastic job creating this one.

There is riding in here with both Terry and Aaron, too. Do yourself a favor and watch this one because it is amazing.

Odyssey “Still Standing” video

Aaron and Dan Coller teamed up to film his “Still Standing” video for Odyssey that came out back in 2018.

The video was filmed in just six months around the streets of Texas with one trip to California. It is so easy to see why Aaron has had the amazing BMX career that he has!

There’s a bunch of rail hops of all sizes, including some pretty gnarly ones.

Also, the fakie rail hop at the end is absolutely mind-blowing. It really is awesome to see people like Aaron Ross only get better with time.

Sunday Bikes “Grow Up” edit

There are certain riders in BMX who, when their name pops up, you just know that whatever it might be is going to be amazing. Ross is certainly one of those riders.

It’s wild to think that when the Grow Up video came out from Sunday Bikes back in 2017, he had been a pro BMX rider for over a decade.

Aaron always gives it 200% in everything he does, and it always shows through in his videos, whether it’s extremely difficult or just plain burly setups.

The fakie whip he does over a chain and the last insane barspin gap are great examples.

Aaron Ross’ “10 Spot” clip

Odyssey BMX’s 10 spot series is where Odyssey team riders answer questions from Instagram, and in this video, it was Aaron’s turn.

There were many excellent questions, including things like his favorite spot to ride in Austin and Aaron’s personality shines through in this one.

That’s just the first question and from there, we see some behind-the-scenes footage from his “Still Standing” video ender and get an insight into things outside of BMX like cars, grilled cheese, and even golf.

Aaron for Fox Denim

Fox Racing released this years ago as part of their “Fox Created to Destroy” series. This is not your normal web video to promote a brand.

Along with all the superb riding clips, Aaron also tells you about what BMX means to him, what motivates him and he even hits a racing track.

On top of that, all the street moves around California and Austing that he does are pretty mind-bending.

I especially like the feeble grind to tailwhip on a down rail/ledge. Aaron’s whips always were and always will be too effortless.

Sunday Bikes signature freecoaster bike promo

Sunday always seems to have the best bike promo videos.

This one featuring Aaron Ross promoting his 2019 signature forecaster bike has a great intro that leads into the bike being pink, followed up with a ton of great riding on the actual bike that you could buy in 2019.

Aaron clearly didn’t hold back in here with tricks like a rail hop barspin and a 180 tailwhip, and we also get a nice look at the bike.

This one might be short, but it’s definitely a great watch.

Swampfest with Aaron Ross

In 2019, Aaron went to Swampfest and was Odyssey’s “Man on the ground.” Equipted with a microphone and an award-winning personality, he adventured around the event, talking with too many legendary people in BMX to count.

This extremely entertaining video is just under thirty minutes long and gives an insight into a side of the event that we didn’t see in the event coverage videos.

Steve Crandall, Brian Kachinsky, Trey Jones, Jeff Z, Big Daddy, Jake Seeley, and Cory Nastazio are just a few of the names and faces you might recognize.

Aaron at SXSW

This video from X Games is called Aaron Ross at SXSW, and if you haven’t heard of SXSW before, it stands for South By Southwest.

SXSW is a huge music festival that takes place in Austin, Texas. Back in 2014 X Games made this video as a sort of day in the life of SXSW with Aaron.

The video doesn’t have a lot to do with SXSW. It starts at the House Park skatepark, then moves to a set of trails before having lunch.

Eventually, they do visit the festival and watch some Vans guys rip up a mini ramp during a BMX demo.

There are many familiar faces in here as well like Tom Dugan, Brian Hunt, and DMC just to name a few.

Tom Dugan and Aaron Ross in Korea

Back in 2012, Tom and Aaron went to Korea on a trip and this ODSYVision Travel Log video was a result of it.

From the start of the video, we get the impression that quite a bit of rain happened on the trip, hearing it directly from Tom and Aaron themselves.

The sun eventually comes out, and even though things were still somewhat wet, the dudes absolutely threw down when they could.

Hearing Tom and Aaron talk about the trip and all sorts of things that happened to them makes for a fun video to watch. Expect to see some really good spots in here.

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