Name: Tom van den Bogaard
Hometown: Ale Blie, Netherlands
Sponsors: Paul's Boutique, Monster Energy, Vans, Tall Order, Triple 8.
Frame: Tall Order 215 Frame 21" V3 Gloss Grey
Forks: Tall Order Ramp Fork Black
Bars: Tall Order Ramp Bar 9.5" High (cut 1cm each side) Chrome
Seat: Tall Order Combo seat NEW! Black
Chain: Tall Order Chain 510 Black
Take a closer look at Freddie's United Knightsbridge V2 as we run through the list of product found on his bike. This bike has been built for blasting, be it at the trails or the park, this thing goes!
Frame: United Knightsbridge, 21.6
Forks: United Dinero
Bars: United KOD 9.25
Cranks: United Nash
Grips: S&M Reynolds
Surprise surprise! A printed magazine in A5 format. Brough to you by the folks of Freedom BMX magazine. It sure was nice to have a printed BMX magazine in hand. It doesn't happen too often any more unfortunately as DIG, RIDE, Freedom, Soul, Cream, RIDE UK, 2020, all stopped producing them on a regular basis. The Freedom BMX Athina 'zine came to life as the trip to Athens with the SI BMX crew resulted in too many good photos not to use. Responsible for that was Merlin Czarnulla who lugged around his camera gear for a week to capture the riding from Jan Mihaly, Eddie Baum, TomSchorb-Mergenthaler, Fabian Bader, Lukas Häusler, Robin Heiderich, Christian Heger, and Adrian Warnken.
It happens more often that a trip deserves more than a video, social media posts and a website report. A 'zine is a nice touch, but somebody has to pay for it. Sport Import footed the bill but they got 9 full pages of ads of their imported brands in return plus all the coverage was of their team riders. Nice trade-off.
52 pages of high quality paper in full colour. Times have changed from the 'zine days in the '80-s when it was hard to make a photo look good on the xerox machine. A welcome change no doubt. If interested, contact Markus Wilke at Freedom BMX or better, SIBMX as they'll have some extra copies laying about.
etnies, global action sports footwear and apparel company, is excited to expand its product offering in 2020, featuring three-time Red Bull Rampage champion, Brandon Semenuk’s signature pro shoe the Jameson Mid Crank. Launching spring 2020, etnies introduces a newly developed tackier, grippier, Michelin rubber outsole compound, equipped on the Marana Crank, and Marana Mid Crank.
Durability Meets Dirt: etnies Crank collection has continued to improve on its designs and durability, creating a category and styles that speak and perform for core riders. The Crank collection features new colorways for the entire lineup of styles, including the Jameson Mid Crank.
Whether it’s local trail riding, or shredding the park for laps with your crew, etnies Crank collection has you covered no matter where you plant your tires.
ZEPHYR PIVOTAL SEAT. Our previous seat pattern designs have been super popular in the past, our new Zephyr seat is yet another awesome and unique addition to our linage of seats. This new design also matches up nicely with our Zephyr Grips.
Tempered Zephyr Pivotal Seat:
- Vinyl cover
- Fat Comfortable shape
- Works with Pivotal post only
- Unique all over print design
Daytona changed everything. It’s the most iconic, most storied and most chosen Downhill, Freeride and BMX race helmets in bicycling history. First introduced in 1996, the legendary Daytona led the modern era of mountain biking and BMX with a magical blend of style and innovation. The Daytona and its successors, the D2 and D3, have been worn by more MTB and BMX heroes—and have collected more titles, medals and accolades and YouTube views than any other helmet in history. And now, the all-new D4 Textreme® Carbon Fiber and D4 Composite helmets are ready to chase another era of championships. The perfect blend of Art, Science, Speed and Style, the new D4 will once again change everything. #LegendRedesigned
The all new D4 Helmet has already racked up huge wins in competition as well with Brandon Semenuk winning the 2019 RedBull Rampage this fall, Alise Willoughby winning the first 2 rounds of 2020 UCI BMX Supercross and Nikita Ducarroz winning BMX freestyle simple session in Estonia!
D4 TeXtreme® Carbon Technical Specs
o TeXtreme® ‘Spread tow’ carbon fiber shell
o Lightest Carbon DH/BMX Race helmet we have ever built at 1000g (+/- 50gm and Size M)
o MIPS C2 brain protection system-protects against rotational impacts
Hurting for BMX in print? There's not much left to be honest but DIG have come up with issue 99.99 which is 196 pages thick (their biggest issue yet), has an oversized extra large format and comes with the LUX 'Aeterna' DVD and BOH 2019 Cody Pollard Pull-Out poster. Find the content info below.
DIG 99.99 - a 2019 Photo Journal featuring DIG's highlights of the year, including the DIG HOUSE NYC, the DIG awards, and much more.
On The Cover: 2019 - The year of the Australians, Ben Pigot and Jacob Deveney were up at 4am for this sunrise table teamwork shot at Bondi flats. Photo: Lucas Camino
DIG ISSUS 99.99 - CONTENTS
010. The DIG House NYC. "Edwin said what?"
Name: Marin Ranteš
Age: 24 years old
Hometown: Varaždin, Croatia
Sponsors: Red Bull, Oakley, Cerebellum Centar, Elite Bmx, Buzz Sneaker Station, Bim Sport
Marin's parts list:
Frame - Total Killabee
Fork - Total TWS
Bars - Total Killabee
Name: Irek Rizaev
Hometown: Kazan, Russia
Sponsors: Red Bull, Toyota, REDBMX
The parts list:
Frame - REDBMX “WHIP” amazing trans red color
Fork - Total TWS
Bars - REDBMX “SPIN” 9”
Name: Tom Justice
Hometown: Nottingham, England
Sponsors: Mafiabike, Alienation and Customriders
The parts list:
Frame - Mafiabike Justice
Fork - Mafiabike hitmain
Bars - Vocal abyss