-Spot to ride: Any flat rail -BMX video: Etnies Chapters -Website: YouTube -Web video: Daniel Johnson for Divisionbrand 2013 -Food: Mexican food -Person on Instagram: @bobmenery -Travel destination: Los Angeles -Riders to ride with: Jack Kelly, Cooper Brownlee, Alex Bolton and all the other focalpoint boys -Car: VW mk4 r32 -Movie: Tenacious D Pick of destiny -Colour: Black -Shoes: Vans
In celebration of the release of the "ONE" video use the code ATL-ONE on shop.subrosabrand.com or shop.theshadowconspiracy.com for 10% of your order for the next week. Deal ends Friday July 13th. Subrosa Brand and The Shadow Conspiracy present ONE. The idea of ONE is that each of these riders is as much a part of Subrosa as they are of The Shadow Conspiracy. They are as much individuals as they are a team.
-Spot to ride: Corby skatepark, and my local park Justramps is sick -BMX video: Dropping the Hammer; Morgan Wade section -Website: FATBMX/Vitalbmx -Web video: Oldie but still amazing Dean Cueson KHE edit -Food: Salmon -Twitter to follow: Kainebmx -Person on Instagram: Pat Casey -Riders to ride with: All the local boys; Jack Foley, Sam Jones an the rest of the gang! Jack Mould, Kieran Riley and Jack Maguire, Joe Fergieee and Cam Peake! Too many to name haha.
Plug and play! The beauty of the Big Air Bag is that you roll it out, put the plug into the electrical outlet and a giant landing occurs right in front of you. But it doesn't stop there as a roll-in is needed that sends you to the take-off with enough speed to clear the gap. As usual the 040BMXPARK crew had taken care of everything and did the measurements of the height of the roll-in that was needed and the took care of the correct dimensions of the launch ramp. The only thing the riders needed was the balls to roll in and send it. It was an opportunity for some to learn new tricks. The set-up was out there for anyone to use and with riders like Shaun Gornall, Niels van Maaren, Paul Thoelen, Tom van den Bogaard, Shanice Silva Cruz, Erik van de Wardt, Daniel Wedemeijer, Jari Roggeveen and a whole bunch of young rippers, the session lasted all afternoon.
BMX Career numbers change after each UCI World Championship. The new World Champions get to show off with the big number 1 on their plate and the rainbow jersey on their shoulders. The top 8 numbers are reserved for the finalists but they can either stick with their current career number or show off what place they got at the latest World's. In the Elite Women class the Smulders family already have their jerseys printed. #1 on the back for Laura and #2 for Merel while Judy Baauw has chosen to got for the W3 plate from now on until the UCI World Championships start in Heusden-Zolder, Belgium next year. Sylvain André will rock the #1 plate in Elite Men with Joris Daudet keeping his #33 career number. Mr. De Souza will proudly rock the #3 for a year and get used to Joris Harmsen running the W4 plate, Kyle Evans with the 6 and David Graf turning in the 48 for #7 for the upcoming races. To check all career numbers make sure to hit up the following link: