Whilst touring the massive Country that is Australia, I popped into Perth for a month where I followed Ross around to a variety of Bowls and Dams to capture some fast, smooth and stylish riding! It's not until you ride Bowls and big dams that you realise just how much skill goes into riding them.
The USA Cycling Board of Directors has named Rob DeMartini as president and chief executive officer of USA Cycling. DeMartini joins the organization from New Balance Athletics, Inc. where he spent the last 12 years as president and CEO. He will begin his new position in February 2019. “Our entire Board and management team enthusiastically welcome Rob as our new CEO. His passion and ambition for both the future of USA Cycling and our sport is inspiring. He also brings the proven leadership, commercial skills and resources to elevate USA Cycling and to do more for our members, partners and athletes,” said Bob Stapleton, USA Cycling Chairman of the Board.
During his time at New Balance, DeMartini accomplished one of the highest periods of growth in the athletic footwear and apparel industry, driving the company from $1.5 billion annual revenue in 2007 to $4.4 billion in 2018. He led the expansion of international sales and guided the brand as it regained its position as a leader in specialty running while also focusing on cultivating company culture.
“As I join USA Cycling, I look forward to working closely with Chuck Hodge (chief of racing and events)
This video is compiled from some Instagram clips, alternate angles from the OFF THE TEAM “FINNA EAT” DVD and some unreleased clips. I have been sitting on these clips for years and have been battling through a second torn ACL while filming all of these clips. Thanks to everyone who helped out! Enjoy!
Name shop: Source BMX Location: Hastings, UK Years in business: 16 years in March 2019 Employees: 54 including part time and everyone at the Source Park and Café.
What was the reason for you to start a BMX shop? Source BMX: It was a combination of not having a shop serving BMX shop in our area (they had all closed) and my brother and me looking for something to do. It was just a random set of circumstances that fell in to place rather a master plan. A small BMX shop in Bexhill wasn’t really a viable business so we had to figure out a way of making it work – by making the scene bigger and selling mailorder.
What was your first location like? Source BMX: Small!! It wasn’t much bigger than an average bedroom with room for about 30 t-shirt’s on a rack, 6 completes and a cabinet and wall full of parts.
How did your first year turn out? Source BMX: It was hard - we had a turnover of £68,000 which didn’t really breakeven or pay me a wage but I was 18 and living with my parents so didn’t need much money. Rich was at Uni so the first