When the GT Fueler first hit the market at the end of the '90s it was a frame built strong for the upcoming BMX Dirt scene. When racers were hitting the local trails, the bikes did not hold up. The Fueler, made inhouse at GT in California, did. Fast forward to 2023 and Tom Justice is on a GT Fueler and digs it. See what he has to say about the bike and check his parts list. His unique riding style starts with a good bike.
Name: Tom Justice Age: 34 Hometown: Newark, England
Tom Justice rides for Mafia Bikes. Tom Justice cranks his variations further than most. Tom Justice is a dad. Tom Justice likes fast cars. Tom Justice has snakes at home. Tom Justice is one of the nicest guys out there. We sent Tom the Last Call.... Q&A and he replied quickly, because he's a nice guy.
Last contest you entered: Battle of Hastings Last contest you won: Boardmasters Last package you received from a sponsor: A sample for my new signature frame from mafia bikes just before lockdown Last time you went to the gym: Maybe 2 years ago haha that’s shocking really Last rider who taught you a trick: That would have been Ben Wallace giving me pointers on flip superman’s Last movie you saw: Le Mans 66 Last beer you drank: Bulmers red berries and lime Last time you freaked out: So hard to think after this lockdown, there has been so many melt downs
Tom is one of the best park riders in the uk hands down, effortless style and flow coupled with big tricks and some burly tech this new edit showcases it all! Tom put in a lot of work to film some absolute bangers around of load of uk parks for this edit and it came out a treat!
The third annual 040 BMX Invitational Spine Miniramp contest took place in Eindhoven, Netherlands on Saturday 30 June. With riders from 6 different countries in the 12-man final, the riding heated up quickly. Under the bright sun and a purse of €5000 available for the top 7 the finalists had 2 runs to show their best riding. With the best run counting it was possible to go full throttle from the start. Needless to say the level of riding on the 040 BMX PARK Spine ramp was amazing with riders pushing eachother run after run. The podium places went to Justin Dowell (3rd), Mark Webb (2nd) and the victory was for an excited Tom Justice (GBR). With three different riding styles the judges had a tough decision to make but it was the style, execution and the variety of
Tom Justice took a trip over to cali at the end of September and proceeded to tear up every transition or set of trails he touched with all the usual speed and style you've come to expect from his riding!
Check out what he got up too in the edit
You can buy Tom's signature Justice frame now from mafiabike.com