Name: Quillan Isidore Sponsors: Pure Bicycles / Clark & Kent contractors / Tangent Products / Pro-Green / Tioga / Shimano / alienation / Izumi / Fasthouse / Zulu Mechanic: Al Williams
Do you get excited every year when you get to build up a new bike before the start of the season? Quillan Isidore: Yes I love it! Two new complete set ups will make any adult feel like a kid at Christmas!
Do you get to choose the parts for your Pure bike?
Name: Beth Shriever Sponsors: Prophecy BMX/Crucial BMX/Renthal/Madison Cycles Mechanic: Al
How long have youbeen riding your current frame now? Bethany Shriever: I’ve been riding my current Prophecy frame for 4 months now!
How do you like the feel and look of your bike? Bethany Shriever: I love the feel of the Prophecy, it’s super stiff and has clearly been thought about! It’s a unique looking frame and I love how it looks with the glossy pink shine!
Do you remember the day that you were offered to come up with your own frame at Crupi Bikes? Federico Villegas: Yes, around May 2019 I was looking for improvement areas. I always focused more on my body than my bike, but then I realized there were some things to be done that could make my bike fit better to my riding. I suggested to Greg that I needed something extra on my frame design and he said yes right away.
Did you already know exactly what you wanted at that point? Federico Villegas: I had some ideas but I had to study a lot on frame geometry to come up with a frame that works the best. I also knew we had room to improve in components, for with myself and Crupi are very excited to add the new disc brake mount, along with the Quad disc brake hub on the rear and the 20mm quad hub in the front, plus some nice Ikon carbon rims.
Name: Paddy Sharrock Sponsors: Factory Tangent/Rift Mechanic: Most of the time myself but at races like world cups it would be our team mechanic from British Cyling.
How hard is it for you to change from one BMX brand to another. Do you get used to new bikes easily? Paddy Sharrock: Personally I don't mind it, sometimes it can be difficult when your new bike/frame may be a different length or have different head or seat angles. However, it's also a little exciting trying new things that could work better for you.
What is the geometry and length of your frame. Do you know without looking it up? Paddy Sharrock: The only thing I have looked at when getting new bikes is top tube length. So currently I'm running a 22” top tube, I don't really worry about much else.
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.