One Love celebrates the universal love of sport, inspiring hope and positivity during a time of uncertainty. Inspired by the legendary Bob Marley, re-imagined by Celeste, and co-written by Team Oakley Athletes, Caroline Buchanan, Nigel Sylvester, Ítalo Ferreira, Shohei Ohtani, Diamond DeShields, Ryan Sheckler, Oksana Masters, and others.
The ZX Freecoaster wheel features the time-tested Cinema 333 rim, laced up to the new Cinema ZX freecoaster hub. Hand laced, 3-cross with 14-gauge stainless steel spokes and brass nipples, providing superior strength. This wheel comes standard with a rim strip and both Cinema CR and DR nylon hub guards, making it ready to go out of the box!
Alex Jumelin was born on 23 November 1977. Some would say he's old, but when you see him ride, he'll show you that he's as explosive as 20 years ago. Father of 3, the Jumelin family breathes, eats and sleeps BMX Flatland. Alex is always pushing forward and is running the Flat Academy in Montpellier while competing at the highest level. And he's not done yet. We managed to do a little Q&A with the Frenchman. Find it below.
Last contest you entered: Avignon vélo passion 1st and 2nd of February.
Last contest you won: Avignon vélo passion
Last package you received from a sponsor: Matthias Dandois signature tees for Rideanyways
Last time you went to the gym: This morning
Last advice you got from a good friend: « Stay high energy » from Frank Lukas
The Montpellier Méditerranée Métropole BMX Park qualification just ended up! From July 27th to August 9th, they were a lot to gather on e-fise.com/montpellier to vote for the best 60s video part. With big names entering the games, flawless lines and massive tricks, the first BMX discipline entering the E-FISE Montpellier by HONOR was a blast! The BMX Street contest is starting on August 13th and the BMX Flatland will wrap the event, with a qualification process starting on the 17th.
In Pro Men, Pro Women and Amateur categories, plenty of videos have been submitted and it was hard for fans and judges to select their favourites. Creativity, bangers, innovative lines and flow were rocking each of the 60s projects that they made especially for the event.
Name: Emilio Falla Sponsors: J &R Bicycles, Speedco, Avían, Odi, Tioga, TroyLeeDesigns. Mechanic: I try to do everything myself, I still have to learn how to build a wheel.
How long have you been riding the SpeedCo frame that you are currently on? Emilio Falla: I’ve had this bike since February
How many BMX bikes do you think you've had during your career? Emilio Falla: That’s a good question, so I’m going to say around 30 to 35. I started young in the sport.
You have probably gone from Cro-Moly to Aluminium to Carbon. Does weight matter much to you? Emilio Falla: I believe weight matters the most when you are a kid, now for me the most important thing is trying to get comfortable and the right setup.
Travis Hughes' first signature frame, the Kink Cloud. The Cloud is really about function over form, a no-frills, straight to the point, super-strong frame that is meant to be ridden. You won’t find any elaborate bridge designs or complex casting shapes, just clean lines, 100% chromoly tubing, gussets top and bottom, and clean laser-cut dropouts. Of course, the Cloud frame still includes the convenient features you come to expect from Kink like the integrated chain tensioners and seat post clamp. Most importantly, as anyone who’s seen Travis ride already knows, the Cloud frame can take a beating.
Kink Cloud Frame -Colors: Black ED, Electric White, Storm Blue -Material: 100% 4130 Chromoly Tubing -Headtube: Integrated Campy Spec
Sprints 2 times uphills lil hill, and then some downhills other way around in the video but yeah hahah and some jetskiing fun before the other jetski started acting up right into our riding session so we only had the pink one for a while ! still lit ! but yeah got a new camera today so its about be lit!
So I'm doing a new series called the BMX HipHop Chronicles where I interview people who represents both cultures or their love for BMX. For my first episode I kick it with BMX HipHop Pioneer Jimmy Mac, founder of Bull Dog Bikes and Union Square Shoes.
For just shy of a decade, the Leeper Brothers (Shane and Dillon) have been part of the Profile crew. Two extremely hard working humans in their respective careers who keep the stoke high when it comes to riding bikes; we're both proud and thankful for their support.