Upon joining the squad, Brad didn't waste anytime and met up to ride LA and the surrounding areas. With only a couple weeks of pedaling it's safe to say he didn't disappoint. When a rider like Brad laces a few personal NBD's you know it's gonna be a good one.
Name: David Graf Sponsors: Sporthilfe Schweiz, SwissCycling, Prophecy BMX, Suplest Shoes, HT Components Mechanic: I do it myself.
How long have you been riding the frame that you are currently on? David Graf: I ride two bikes, one is the still the very first frame that I got last June (chrome) and the other one is a black frame I ride since January before leaving for the season opener.
How long did it take from the original design to the final product? David Graf: Unfortunately way longer than expected. January 2018 I had my first meeting with Prophecy
Name: Annabella Hammonds Sponsors: Supercross BMX, Speedline Parts, Fly Racing, HT Components, Tioga & Ame Grips Mechanic: My dad! But I am always learning to work on my own bike.
How long have you been riding for Supercross BMX now? Annabella Hammonds: This is my 6th year on the Factory Supercross team. I was “picked up” at Grands when I was 9!
How do you like the feel and look of your bike? Annabella Hammonds: I love it, I’ve been riding a carbon bike for about 5 years. This new one is my absolute favorite in the looks department, it’s so pretty!
What is the geometry and length of your frame? Annabella Hammonds: I have just moved from an Expert XXL (21”TT/14”Chainstay) to this bike which is a Pro XL(21.25”TT/15.2”Chainstay). I had been on the Expert XXL for a few years, and it was time to move up in size. First thing I noticed is that I don’t feel like I am way over the front end, which is nice. The longer Chainstay area is taking some practice, but my manuals and jumping is feeling a lot better.