If you've been to Rampfest anytime in the last 6-months, you might have heard the rumours about a major park update flying around... Well, we're pleased to let you know that they aren't just rumours! In the last week, we've started our biggest ever park update - spearheaded by our mate Jason Watts.
The upgrade is going to give the park new lines, new options and make it easier to ride for more people at once. We've been hearing a lot of people asking what exactly we're building, so we thought we'd give you a quick run down.
Australian (Adelaide) rider owned and innovated extreme sports protection company Gain Protection just had a full drop of new stock hit our shelves. When it comes to keeping your body protected and on par when out in the park these guys are the ones leading the field. Delivering comfort & functionality in one product is no easy feat.
Check out the full article to find out why you should use Gain Protection.
We’re super excited to have what is shaping up to be some what of a game changer in the world of transition riding. The brainchild of UK ramp riding legend Bas Keep who has pushed the boundaries of transition riding himself well and truly with his Red Bull project ‘Walls’
“ Tall Order frames and parts will be engineered specifically to be ridden at the highest level on transitions of all types & sizes “ - Bas Keep
With the Freestyle BMX Nationals coming up, we've been hearing a lot of talk about Competitions lately - about what's good about them, what isn't and why people don't want to compete.
This article isn't about why everyone should enter comps, but we do want to share what makes them fun, and help out anyone who might be a bit nervous about giving it a crack first time.
We're proud to announce that we've partnered with Cycling Australia to host the inaugural Freestyle BMX Nationals on the 24-25th of November!
With Freestyle BMX winning an inclusion into the Olympic Games from 2020, more and more major competitions have been springing up globally. Our Aussie riders have been extremely successful internationally, and we wanted to give them a chance to compete on home soil!