Brad Simms and Demarcus Paul take to the streets of San Diego for the day. These two are both powerhouses in the sport and it's always impressive to see what they put together on an average day for them. Sorry about the audio issues, Subtitles were added... Enjoy.
From humble beginnings to BMX royalty, Brad's story is something to admire. He’s had some major setbacks and continues to push through it all. I don’t think people realize how much work and dedication he puts into his craft.
A bit of a special episode. I received a few calls/emails from industry folk and riders after Chris Moeller's polarizing episode, but Brad in particular had the most to say. In the end, the only real solution was to have Brad fly out and sit down to discuss his side of the story... -Ryan Fudger
Brad Simms did the damn thing in 2020, so we wanted to do our part to put some of that pop in one place before we pop bottles to usher in the New Year. Congratuations on all of your accomplishments this year Brad... NORA Cup Rider of the Year, Vital Rider of the Year and even more importantly, The People's Champ!
Last Call.... Brad Simms keeps going. Brad Simms keeps going strong. It was noticed by Fit Bike Co. who were impressed just as much and welcomed him to their team. Follow Brad Simms on Instagram. The traveling he did has been impressive. Now that he isn't traveling as much because of Covid-19, he lets his riding do the speaking. Powerful and original, with lots of pop.
Last contest you entered: Toyota Street style BMX
Last contest you won: Some contest in Łodz, Poland
Last package you received from a sponsor: Brand new bike from Fitbikeco
Brad Simms handled a lot of crazy "Brad only" type setups in his recent welcome to Fit video. Including a wild bump jump gap to wallride up a 12 stair. It was a battle to say the least, with over ten tubes as casualties.