Keeping things rolling, I made my way over to The Shadow Conspiracy‘s booth to see what those guys had going on for Frostbike. Turns out they had a few brand new products on display for everyone to check out. Let’s check it all out.
Chad DeGroot was hanging out at the Profile booth showing off all the latest Deco product at this years Frostbike. There were a few fresh items to take a look at like Tom Villarreal’s new signature frame that just dropped and more. Let’s get a closer look!
The annual Frostbike tradeshow that QBP has been putting on the past few years has continued to grow and get even better. I was fortunate enough to make it up to check out the show again this year after a year hiatus. The event is one that I look forward to every year, so I made sure to have my ducks in a row this year to make sure I could get in. Walking into the show, I knew exactly where I was going and figured my first stop would have to be at the Profile Racing booth to say what’s up to Matt Coplon and get a look at what they had on display. Let’s take a look!
The photo above is one of my all-time favorites featuring Hucker sessioning the box at a demo in the parking lot of a strip club in Colorado with a few friends.
If you are any kind of fan of BMX you have more than likely heard the news about the DC BMX program getting dropped today. It came as a surprise to many people and I am sure caught the riders completely off guard. They were all at a point where they had been working on there 2013 contracts and making them official. Well, obviously that didn’t work out and here we are…
It’s that time of the week again! Time to get a look at 5 fresh BMX products worth checking out in the new Products: column. This week we’re going to take a closer look at Mike Aitken’s Signature Series complete bike from Fit Bike Co., the Octave forks from Sunday, the fresh batch of Rasta colored Mini hubs from Profile Racing, Seth Kimbrough’s signature Bama frame from Hoffman Bikes and the Noir gloves from Urban Kreation. Let’s take a look.
It’s Friday and we wanted to help you kick off the weekend right. We’ve got a brand new photogallery from Quintin Co.‘s photographer, Chris Mortenson that should do the trick. Check out 17 rad photos featuring the likes of Kevin Porter, Pat Wang, Jackson Ratima, Dillon Lloyd, Gabe Brooks, Nate Richter, Wes McGrath, Chris Bracamonte and more! Let’s get this going!
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Whenever it comes time to put together an article for print you typically end up with more photos and copy than you can use. Sometimes certain parts of articles just have to get fully cut out due to space limitations. So, for example, the following story that you are going to read written by none other than Matt Beringer was originally set to go into an upcoming interview in Soul Magazine about Matt’s yard. There was a small problem though and that was the fact that he wrote nearly 1,000 words in response to a single question in regards to the water slides in the yard and how he got them. Now, if you know anything about print, you would know that 1,000 words are way too many words for one answer. I immediately took the answer and saved it as “Beringer Bonus” and had a plan to use it at one point for a future project simply because it’s an awesome story that I felt was definitely worth sharing. When I was out in Utah staying with Matt for a week working on a few different things we ended up spending a lot of time just shooting the shit and talking over some beers. He has so many awesome stories and they are always entertaining so I decided that instead of having this never see the light of day I would share it with the world. Welcome to the first edition of “Story Time” with S&M lifer and legend Matt Beringer.
It’s amazing how many talented riders and people come from the Portland, Oregon area. I recently came across Jason’s work when he shot the photos for Bruce Crisman’s interview a while back. I was really stoked on the photos so I decided to hit up Jason to see if he would be interested in doing a fresh photo gallery for us. When I saw the photos, I knew we had to do an interview to go with them because they were so good. Luckily, Jason was up for it all and here we have it! Check out Jason’s interview below, then hit up the PHOTOGALLERY to check out a bunch of his photos! Let’s get into it.
Name: Jason Finn
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Over the years I’ve watched Reed grow up from a little guy doing turndowns on a bike that’s too big for him to this excessively tall street beast that can absolutely destroy rails and spots. It seems like since he got picked up by BSD two or so years ago already, his riding has progressed an insane amount. The crazy part is that he balances going to college full-time between all of the rail destruction, trips and responsibilities being a pro rider entails these days. With Reed’s new Sun Ringle edit due to drop tomorrow and Cody York sitting on some rad photos, we figured it would be a good time to catch up with Reed to find out what’s new with him. Let’s check out what he had to say in this new Quicky!
Name: Reed Stark
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