Jordan Godwin ist in den vergangenen acht Jahren so ziemlich alle Pedale gefahren, die @eclatbmxbrand bis dato hergestellt hat. Als er nun die Möglichkeit hatte, ein eigenes Signaturepedal zu designen, kombinierte er einfach deren besten Features. Das Ergebnis ist ein sehr gut durchdachtes und robustes Pedale. Sag „Hallo“ zum Juggernaut Pedal!
“Bruno Hoffmann‘s signature éclat grips are long, thin and feel great from day one. Using our new VEX K3 compound rubber, and with the Frankfurt skyline at the base, this Bruno approved rubber will keep you gripped to the bars like nothing else." - Eclat
We met up with Jordan Godwin to take a look at what get's the creative juices flowing as he puts pen to paper. We find out how Jordan navigated his way through this creative medium, being dyselxic and his process behind THEE VOID.
New blood for the Eclat AM team! To celebrate the latest additions of High Desert and Jordan Richardson to the squad, those guys hopped in the van with teammates Homie Rich and Pat Freyne for a trip to San Diego. Enjoy the fruits of their labor right here.
Our Centric Pedal features an overall larger platform area which is then moved closer to the crank arm by removing the 15mm wrench flat. By doing this we are not only able to create a stronger pedal spindle, but also allow you a wider choice of foot positioning over a regular pedal.
The Bondi was one of our first products back when we launched in 2008. At the time we felt the need for a rim much stronger than anything else on the market, to cope with the rate at which street riding was progressing. After 10 years of holding Sean Burns and the rest of the team’s wheels steady, the mighty Bondi rim has been revamped.
Bruno Hoffmann's signature éclat grips are long, thin and feel great from day one. Using our new VEX K3 compound rubber, and with the Frankfurt skyline at the base, this Bruno approved rubber will keep you gripped to the bars like nothing else.
The éclat team hit the highway and took a trip to sin city...Vegas! Missed flights, bloody noses and a broken van to name a few. The L's piled up. Ty Morrow, Julian Arteaga, Bruno Hoffmann and Pat Freyne kept things moving as they scoped out the offerings in the desert.