There's little debate on the most iconic trick of all time on a BMX.. It's the tabletop.

I wanted to share 3 of my favourite tabletops of all time, these came from videos that I watched over and over... and over, again.

All from different times in BMX, but these 3 tabletops had the most impact on me and I still think about them to this day.

These days, the best tabletops are ridiculously good, riders like Benn Pigot, Larry Edgar, J Dogg and Matt Cordova are just a few that come to mind; but I just had to share 3 that were the most impactful of all time.

Tricks continue to evolve and get increasingly difficult - real life BMX is beating video games in trick difficulty at this point - but there is something that will never stop being special about a tabletop. Even Logan Martin can fold and hold with the best of them.

The tabletop is one of the first tricks we try to learn and it will be the trick every BMX rider will continue to be stoked on for the rest of time.

The tabletop is BMX. Go fold one!

- Tyson

Stauffer's got plenty to offer! His is the first tabletop I think of when I think 'How to do a tabletop on a BMX'. Amazing.

Justin Inman with the best 360 table of all time? From Fitbikeco's Fit Life video

The iconic Ruben table from T-1's You Get What You Get.

Will Gunn is my honourable mention; still gets me so stoked to see him lay one over every time.

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April 28, 2024 — Tyson Jones-Peni