Anthony Perrin takes the Mav’s for a spin, hitting em hard on crank arms to test the overall strength. Need more info hit up the specs.
Stevie Churchill lays down a few clips and we explain why our BMX seats are worth sticking on top of your seat post. (more…)
Every now and again we sit here working and think about what we’ve designed and engineered, then we take some photos and then we show you. On most occasions we have no real reason yet to show these parts off – thats honesty for you. (more…)
Pegs are pretty much the greatest thing to happen to BMX. If it’s true that there origins lie in flatland then fair game to those guys, you invented a novelty pair of bicycle step ladders and we grinded the beef out of them. Of course everything evolved and all of a sudden were grinding the beef out of plastic /nylon pegs and we even have guards to protect our hubs, crazy isn’t it. (more…)
The crew have been out in Texas doing what they do, don’t really need any words, just sit down and watch Stevie Churchill, Sean Burns, Geoff Slattery, Shane Weston, Darryl Tocco and Dan Coller do what they do best. Shout out to Devon Hutchins for filming and editing this.
The Channel sprocket from Eclat is perfectly CNC machined in every nook and cranny to give it that dialled in aesthetic look. (more…)
What Stevie can’t do on a bike is pretty much nothing or should that be, what Stevie can do on a bike is pretty much everything. Either way, both are disgusting examples of grammar. This is a bike check though, so let’s have an inside look at Mr Churchill’s rig.
Another hero of the team and probably the funniest dude to travel with ever. Shane Weston chose to get all pastel blue with his recent Fly set up. Check the photos taken by Andrew White of his current set up!