Name: Jack Hall Age: 22 Hometown: Wrexham, GBR Hook-ups/Sponsors: foundationBMX, TNT tattoos llandudno, flare4media.
The FAT favorite list:
-Spot to ride: Bit of a cop out but any spot with some mates. -BMX video: Is it cliché to say Deadline? -Website: RideUK -Web video: Mark Burnett Home vs Away. -Food: Too many to choose from, pizza maybe? -Twitter to follow: I don’t have Twitter -Person on Instagram: @cam_harrison is very entertaining
Evan Jaques is one of the founders of and owners of LUXBMX and has worked in the bike industry for the past 20 years. Riding BMX his whole life, Evan learned from a young age how to work on his bike and turned this childhood hobby into a life long obsession, career, and lifestyle.
While laying low at home watching videos to pass the quarantine time, Dan Conway has been getting inspired to try some tech combos on his new driveway spine ramp. Despite Dan’s reputation as a gnarly rail boss, the dude can and will ride anything you put in front of him and it’s been awesome to see him hone in his transition skills over the last few years.
Watch the new trailer for our full length video "Take A Ticket". For a year or so now we've been filming for a few video projects, "Take a Ticket" was one of those projects and we're stoked to have the full video dropping next week!
Name of Park: EllieLand Location: Mum and Dads Tennis Court haha.
Crazy time we live in, but it could be worse having no ramps to ride. What kind of set-up do you have at home? Ellie Chew: Yeah Crazy times for sure, I feel so lucky to have my ramps at home more than ever during this time! I have a fun little set up, it includes a 6ft quarter with a bowl hip extension, then a 4ft resi box jump and a 3ft spine/spox
For how long have you had the ramps? Ellie Chew: I’ve had the ramps for about 3 years now
"Vagabond Squad" is a full-length video from Canada’s Weird & Revered crew. Filmed from 2016 to 2019, the project is community rooted with a strong focus on the Edmonton BMX scene. Although a majority of the clips are from the crew’s home city, the footage spans 9 countries, 8 American states, and 4 Canadian provinces and territories.
How long have you been riding a Wiawis bike now? Simone Tetsche Christensen: Nearly 2 years
How do you like the feel and look of your bike? Simone Tetsche Christensen: I really love how it both looks and feels. I like the clean black look of the frame, with the rainbow spokes standing out. The pictures are of my training bike, where I chose blue