This is a collection of David Grant BMX videos that we believe is a good representation that tall dudes can shred heavy with style, too.
Ah, every video that DG puts out is just mind-bending. It seems like he always searches for STUFF and SETUPS that the majority of us would never even think of attempting.
But not David – he has balls made of steel.
Grant is 6′ 5″, one of the tallest riders in the BMX space. BUT. Everything he does is eye candy.
Moreover, David Grant was born in 1989 in Muncie, Indiana. According to a BSD interview, he started riding BMX when he was fifteen because he didn’t make the basketball team.
Luckily, one of his friends had a BMX and it all went from there.
David Grant bike check
Today, David is a pro for many years. He even has multiple signature parts with BSD, like Raider frame, Raider bar and Dunks grips.
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Best David Grant BMX Videos
BSD VX Rated
Here we have the very first episode of BSD’s VX Rated series starring none other than DG.
This one came out in June of 2019 and starts out with nothing but hammers including a wild rail feeble followed by a rail ride down a big RAIL.
There’s some technical riding in here as well all set to a pretty chill song that accentuates the burliness of David’s riding really well.
This one was definitely a great way to start the series and that last rail clip is – nuts!
BSD Raider frame & bar promo
It’s no secret that David Grant is TALL. So tall in fact that way back in 2013 he was riding a 21.6” frame and 10” rise bars.
These were the Raider frame and the Raider Bars and this video is also titled Raider as well. This one has clips from Barcelona, Arizona, and California to promote the Raider line back in 2013.
David’s eye for burly setups is ever-present throughout this one where he literally grinds from one rooftop to another.
He also gets technical as well with tricks like a ledge unlucky grind to 180 and many more.
David Grant’s BSD “Nearly 4K” part
Sections from Nearly + BSD’s Nearly 4K DVD started hitting the internet in 2016 with Grant’s part being one of the first.
His section starts out with an absolutely massive pegs to drop and the hammers don’t stop there!
EVERY clip is something that is either super burly or technical and sometimes both.
David’s eye for technically tight but massive setups is awesome as well with a few wild in and out/on and off type lines.
There is not a single filler clip in here and that last smith drop is seriously insane.
BSD “Transmission” DVD part
BSD’s Transmission DVD premiered in 2016 with individual sections finding their way online later that year.
David Grant’s part in the video starts out in David-Grant-fashion – with an absolutely massive 60/40 feeble grind to broken rail.
He MIRACULOUSLY lands the grind to which everyone present loses it and the video doesn’t let up from there!
Nothing is safe from David in the streets.
Whether it’s a rail hop, a giant ledge, massive handrail, or technical setup, David seems to have something for everything, which keeps video parts like this one entertaining throughout.
BSD “Living For The City” Part 2
This is an eight-minute thirty second long video featuring Tony Malouf, Kriss Kyle, and more in addition to David Grant.
The video has a great vibe to it throughout and the concrete quarter building montage followed by riding was awesome!
All of this goes down before the five-and-a-half-minute mark where David Grant is introduced. David’s part in this one finishes out the video and the great vibe continues throughout.
Naturally, David does not disappoint with a ton of burly rail and ledge moves ending with what looks like about 12-13 foot pegs to drop.
Welcome to BSD
David Grant was officially welcomed to the BSD team all the way back at the very beginning of 2013.
This came with a welcome video just over two minutes long to which you can see David’s burly eye for setups as well as for in and out/on and off setups was there from the beginning.
That playground railhop-esque clip was amazing and the last rail he did is wild!
They say hindsight is 20-20 but it’s easy to see here why David has gone on to make amazing video part after amazing video part.