Hookups: Nowear BMX, Troy Lee Design, GoPuck and The Kitchen Bmx and SkatePark
Frame: NoWear Bmx Mike Denillo signature frame
Forks: Demolition elite
Stem: Profile Racing Front Load Stem
Headset: Snafu Fontanel Integrated Headset
Cranks: Column 22MM Crankset
BB set: Vocal DRS
Bars: Nowear BMX Candy Bars
Bar ends: ODI
Brake lever: Odyssey Trigger lever
Seat: Odyssey- Galaxy monogram tripod seat
Brake pads: Odyssey
Brake cables: Odyssey
Front hub: Profile Elite
Front rim: Alienation Deviant
Front tire: Maxxis Grifter
Rear hub: Profile Elite
Rear rim: Alienation Felon
Rear tire: Maxxis Grifter
You recently built up a Mike Dinello Signature ride. Can you explain something on the frame?
Hannah: On the Mike Dinello frame the top tube is lower like an actual flatland bike which makes it fun when you throw front brakes on and it makes it easier to do Cans and tailwhips!
NoWear bicycle company isn't really known internationally. Where are they from and what's your sponsorship situation with them like?
Hannah: NoWear BMX is from Nebraska USA and are known for more of their apparel side of the company. The frames are more of a trial and error kind of thing but so far they are doing great! However, I have been riding for them for almost a year.
Made in the USA, does that mean something special to you?
Hannah: The frames are made in the USA and this means there is prestigious welds and are designed by skilled craftsmen!
The frame design is pretty unique. Does the lower top tube help with tailwhips and other tricks?
Hannah: The lower top tube does make catching whips a lot easier along with can-cans and tables!
What's the size of the top tube?
Hannah: I have a 20.75 top tube.
Do you like a short rear end for fast spins?
Hannah: I love the shorter rear for everything. It feels like you have more control. Expecially for tailwhips, they spin so fast.
What about the new handlebars? Are you stoked on those?
Hannah: I am so happy to ride the new bars. With the unique bends it makes you feel like you have more control with tuck no handers and it made barspins spin faster.
Lots of riders are riding brakeless. Do you see yourself go the same way in the future?
Hannah: Yes I do plan on going brakeless for a few months in the summer and then I'll probably put them back on.
Do you work on your bike yourself? Who helps out when things get tricky?
Hannah: For the most part I work on my bike myself however Karl Hinkley from Nowear BMX helped me put my bike together this time.
What's your goal for 2017?
Hannah: My goal for 2017 is to land a few new tricks and still have a blast riding with my friends. I want to become a role model for girls around the world and I am going to achieve this by putting in the time for practice and become the best rider I could possibly be.
Thanks to: Everyone who supports my riding and continues to believe in me