We Make Things GmbH are very excited to announce that we have now launched the Radio Raceline brand. A new BMX Race brand built on the knowledge and passion of those behind companies like Wethepeople, Radio and Éclat. With all our brands - we aim for style and quality and we have achieved just that and more with Radio Raceline. We would like to introduce Marc Van Varel to you all, who now works for Radio Raceline. Marc has had the privilege of being involved now in BMX for over 30 years. He started to race back in 1986, retired in 2000 and then worked as an employee for La Finca Distributuion from 2002 to 2013 – and worked very closely with such brands as
SIBMX ist nicht nur Deutschlands ältester, sondern auch einer der größten BMX-Großhändler in Europa. Zu den vielen bekannten Marken, welche dort vertrieben werden, gehören wethepeople, Sunday Bikes, Odyssey, Fiend, Volume Bikes, Demolition Parts, Fuse Protection, ODI Grips und Salt. Außerdem sponsert SIBMX neben einem riesigem Team auch Contests und Jams in ganz Deutschland wie zum Beispiel den Highway to Hill im Mellowpark oder den Butcher Jam in Flensburg, aber auch viele kleinere Events.
Moore Large would like to inform that after over 24 years they will no longer be distributing Haro Bikes in the UK and Ireland. Changes in the Haro Bikes organisation have lead them to take a different route to market for MY19 product year and beyond. Moore Large first signed the Haro brand for distribution back in 1994 and have not only supplied the market with the product but also consistently supported athletes, events and races in both the freestyle and race categories of the sport.
BMX has been and continues to be a big part of Moore Large’s heritage. Many past and present employees have ridden, still ride or now have the pleasure of seeing their kids ride BMX.
The time has come for Crupi to move out of California to the beautiful town of Gardnerville, Nevada. The mountain air is spectacular, the scenery to die for and the taxes aren't bad either! The move will happen the weekend of May 11th and we should be back up and running sometime around Thursday, May 17th. Although we will be shipping orders between now and May 10th, we will be a little slower than usual because of preparing for this big move but orders will still ship during this time.
We apologize for any inconvenience and we will be back to normal around May 17th. Thank you for your patience and we look forward to working with you soon.
Crupi is also hiring!
Still some amazing deals and great discounts on many of our close-out products. Although you cannot
We are very pleased to announce that IMG Distribution is the new Mankind distributor in the UK from now on! For further details shops and mailorders in the UK please contact IMG for all infos on the new Mankind Complete Bikes, frames and parts. Here is what Carlo Criggs from IMG has to say about this: “We’re delighted to have Mankind in IMG’s portfolio of brands for 2018. We want to work with lifelong BMX supporters like Christoph who are committed to maintaining the dealer network that keeps our scene healthy. We were always impressed by the attention to detail of Mankind products and (now that’s been extended to a stunning range of complete bikes) it seems like the
Starting a BMX company to get rich simply won't happen. Bas Keep knows that, but when he decided to start Tall Order, he had different things in mind. The fact that touring is fun, you can get your mates to ride for you, you get to design your own products, there are plenty more reasons to run your own show. The Tall Order team made it to The Netherlands a little while ago and packed a lot into a short trip. Time for a Tall Order interview with Bas Keep.
Where did the name of the brand originate from? Sebastian Keep: I needed a name and it's not easy to find one. I like the phrase tall order and I'd also heard the phrase in a streets song and decided to pull the trigger on it.
Doing things different makes you stand out. What are some of the things that make Tall Order a different brand than other companies out there? Sebastian Keep: I dont think we try to be different. If we are different it might be that we aren’t trying to be cool. We just are what we are and we aren’t scared.