Alex Hiam is a staple name in the Australian BMX scene. He stopped by the shop the other day and discussed his Sweet Tooth frame, forks, bars and complete bike. Alex also gives some insight into how the famous Sweet Tooth graphics came to be.
Since being locked down the past few weeks Alex has been keeping busy with a number of different creative outlets including splattering his bike. He sat down and walked us through the steps he takes to get his Sweettooth looking just how he wants it.
A powerhouse and relatively new name to the Australian scene Denby Chandler has come in with his pegs swinging. Not afraid to “see what happens” Denby's approach to riding can be terrifying at times to onlookers and passes by.
A name in Australian BMX that needs no introduction, Alex Hiam has been on his bike since most of us were still playing with toy trucks in the sandpit. Coming from the bayside Alex made a mark early in his life with multiple comp winnings and video parts.
Hailing from the sunshine coast Samson’s talents never seem to end from fishing to ceramics or mind-melting BMX tricks, Samson can do it all. It's this very reason he has had a seat on the LUXBMX family for a long time.
A household name in the Australian BMX scene, Brock Olive has made a name for himself by incorporating his effortless style into bigger setups. Brock has been making waves with his insanely technical style for years.