My job in the Bicycle Industry started with a similar position that's available now at the same company: GT Bicycles. This position is based out of their USA office and worth checking out if you're shopping for a cool job. But beware, you might be stuck in the bicycle industry for the rest of your life. Position: Assistant Marketing Manager, GT Location: Wilton, CT. USA. Job Code: 1087
Sullyvan Guaincêtre got himself a name in 2015 during the SOSH Urban Motion when he placed 2nd in the competition against riders like Maxime Charveron, Dennis Enarson and Simone Baracco. Since then he’s confirmed his talent and is now considered as one of the best BMX Street Riders in Europe. Sully has been riding for Frenchys-Distribution since 2015, has been riding French contests for 3 years and is now renowned for his tech riding style.
His personality and riding got the attention of GT Bicycles. The US Brand has been focusing again on BMX Street riding for a few seasons now and is very involved with a team of key riders like Brian Kachinsky, Dan Conway, Rob Wise, Albert Mercado...
Eddie Roman made this biography of the legend that is Dave Voelker! Riders Dave Voelker Mike Parenti Vic Murphy Brad Blanchard Brian Blyther Rob Nolli Bran Scura Tony Murray Mike Dominguez Dana Czeck Eddie Roman Tim "Fuzzy" Hall Chad Herrington Ron Wilkerson Spike Jonze Oleg Konings Woody Itson Dave Vanderspek Pete Augustin Dave Clymer Chris Day Manual De La Cruz Billy Neuman Joe Johnson Marcus Euro Josh Crowe James Hudson Gabe Weed Erick Bartoldus
GT Bicycles presents 4130 1993, Eddie Roman produced/directed. Twenty eight minutes of racing (lots of Gary Ellis and Charles Townsend), flatland, halfpipes/parks and trails. Soundtrack is a bunch of indie/underground metal, punk and alternative rock. I touched up the picture a little bit in FCPX and remastered the audio as well using Soundtrack Pro. The tracking goes a bit wonky at the very end, but it's nothing catastrophic.
Brian Kachinsky holds down the opener in GT's "Seriously Fun" DVD with a high speed and action packed section which makes it abundantly clear that BK hasn't slowed down one bit since recovering from a broken foot last year. Raw as shit setups, high risk maneuvers, and even a few NBDs to round things off. BK's part goes HARD!
GT Bicycles presents 4130 1993, Eddie Roman produced/directed. Twenty eight minutes of racing (lots of Gary Ellis and Charles Townsend), flatland, halfpipes/parks and trails. Soundtrack is a bunch of indie/underground metal, punk and alternative rock. I touched up the picture a little bit in FCPX and remastered the audio as well using Soundtrack Pro. The tracking goes a bit wonky at the very end, but it's nothing catastrophic. Feel free to trainspot any riders or locations or bikes. Looks to me like some of the flatland is mostly SoCal beaches, and the racing is somewhere in Florida I think.
Chase Krolicki is the newest member of the BMX Freestyle squad. Having grown up in the Michigan BMX scene, Krolicki has been surrounded by long-time veterans of the industry as well as up-and-coming pros who have helped him develop a unique style. “I’m stoked to have Chase on the team,” said Ben Ward, GT BMX Team and Product Manager. “I first met Chase in 2014 on a road trip to Detroit, Michigan. I was immediately impressed with his attitude and his riding. Then, I saw his part in The Michigan Video, and he blew me away. He has the new school technical moves, but he’s not afraid to send it when he has a chance. I’ve stayed in touch with Chase since then, and jumped at the opportunity to work with him at a brand level. The crew and I are more than excited to get Chase into the mix. 2017 is going to be seriously fun.”