Today we're having a different Pin Up update for you. It's one that will teach you something. It involves some lube and rags to clean up the mess. Focus isn't on the bike, but it goes for a BMX bike too. The more often you do it, the better she will ride. 18+
If you race a whole season you see a lot of tracks. That number plate has seen it all. Mud, sunshine, crashes, your plate was right there. The number on it becomes special. You'll remember that number for the rest of your life. You'll see it back at the supercross, or the bingo, or at the next race when someone runs "your number". The HARO 1B was a very popular plate designed by Bob Haro some thirty years ago. If you ever had one, you probably still have it. If not, this is your chance to own a new one.
Name: Paul Langlands
Hometown: Cambridge, New Zealand
Sponsors/support: Metal Mulisha, DVS, ONE Industries
Can you explain a little bit about the New Zealand BMX scene?
Paul Langlands: New Zealand has a good fun scene, because NZ is quite a small country, most riders across it know each other so it is always cool and easy to link up with others when travelling
Are you losing track on who rides for who? Here's a long list with the most recent team changes and pick ups. The latest team changes get added to the top. The industry never chills, always adding and dropping. What's new for 2015? Let us know.
-Andrew Lazaruk on FreeAgent
-Barry Nobles on Deft gloves
-Jason Phelan off wethepeople
-Anthony Napolitan off Red Bull
-Raul Ruiz off wethepeople pro
-Chester Blacksmith off wethepeople pro
-Andrew Jackson off wethepeople pro
-Broc Olive on Eclat
-Alex Kennedy on Eclat