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-Frame: GT DLSY XL 20.5
-Forks: Demolition Elite
-Stem: Profile Push 48mm
-Bars: Demolition Rig Bars 9.25
-Grips: ODI Green Soft Longneck & ODI Pink XL Longneck.
-Bar ends: ODI Plastic
-Chain: Volume HalfLink
-Sprocket: Demoltion 28t
-Cranks: Demolition 3pc
-Bottom Bracket set: 34R on Sprocket Side & Demoltion the other
Day two of the Lil Pros BMX Tour Australia, well what a day it was. The tour started off at one of the most historical parks in Australia, Beenleigh. In the morning there was a bit of uncertainty whether we were going to be able to ride there due to the storm clouds over head, in the end we chose to stick it out and ride and what a great choice we made we only had a light sun shower that made everyone from 3 years old to 52 years old to move over to the BMX race track to compete for some Total and Deco grips.
The sun started to shine and the Lil Pros started throwing down their best tricks all over the skate park. The Lil Pros BMX Tour Beenleigh also had its fair share of pro riders such Brock
Name: Josh de Reus
Hometown: Cambridge, New Zealand
Sponsors: Premium, BMX.CO.NZ, Verve
Your last name sounds Dutch (we're based in The Netherlands). Do you know what your last name means?
Josh: My dad came from Holland yeah but I have never been there and don't know what it means aha.