Ron and Rachel Bonner and their crew put together some news on the brands they're distributing with Sparkys over in the sunshine State. Read more on UGP, The Shadow Conspiracy, Sputnic BMX, Soul, Twenty and the Roots Jam 2005.
UGP Underground Products is receiving quantities of our 2005 T-Shirt designs and other Spring products. Visit www.undergroundproducts.com to see the complete 2005 Catalog or email Sparky’s Distribution to request an E-Catalog. Dealers only please.
Not much info out yet, but I heard that some Shadows are getting ski masks in the mail for an upcoming heist that reveals the secret details on how the team met and why they stay hidden in the Shadows. Look for clues in your favorite mags and www.theshadowconspiracy.com.
Sputnic Frames and Parts Co. is the newest edition to the Sparky’s family. Check out their line at www.sputnicbmx.de for the specs!
Frenchies are our friends and Twenty BMX is all about putting out a really awesome line of frames, completes, and more! Click Twenty BMX now!
Roots Jam 2005, the 8th Annual, will be held in November this year in Sunny Orlando Florida. Save the dates for November 11, 12, 13. We will have a confirmed spot in May and will be able to tell you all the new things the comp will be hosting. This could include a new division as well as upgraded ramps, live music, and much much more.
As usual SOUL BMX Video also has the Quickspin mix section thrown in for good measure, which features scenes and comps from Austria, Germany, France, Switzerland, Canada, the USA, the UK and The Netherlands. There are also various bonus sections, which include the King Of Concrete in Southsea, England, the F.I.S.E. comp in Montpellier, France, a slideshow, an extended edit of the "Tourne Slave" and the infamous MC Rob from OZ.
The latest news for Orlando riding spots is the new Mesh Skatepark. Word is that Chad Degroot’s Mission skatepark â€œmeshedâ€? with Sanford’s Metro Skatepark last month. The new park will host a skate and bike section along with plenty of spectator space. The skate section is now open and the bike section should be along shortly. For more info, go to www.meshskatepark.com. In the mean time, Mission skatepark is still open for sessions until Mesh is finished.