Fishbone was started in 1995 by Jackie Yu, then a top rider for GT and Haro since the 1980s. Jackie’s first patent was the Fishbone X-UFO Extreme Rotor. More successes followed including the introduction of iconic Fishbone frames: Ninja, Big Ass, KongFu and KongFu2. Jackie’s other passion is photography/videography. Always looking to make things better, Jackie developed the Fishbone Steadicam and Ninja Crane camera platforms. Jackie uses these inventions daily shooting commercials and films.
To start some buzz for Fishbone’s return, Jackie released pieces of his private collection of never ridden Fishbone Original Vintage
Business is picking up at S&M and FIT Bike Co and the Santa Ana based company have three open positions for motivated workers. Get on it.
1) Marketing/Content Coordinator
We are currently looking for an individual(s) to join our team and help us up the ante in the following areas:
Social Media Population/Monitoring. We need someone capable of creating/posting compelling original content on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat while also carrying on an open dialogue and building rapport with our followers/fans etc.
Video. At a minimum, we are looking for someone to project manage our video content creation and handle population and
Saint Martin, the french BMX brand known since 2004 in the Flatland game, has given a new breath. Since the 4th of December 2015, St Martin is owned by MASSABOVA B. company held by Alain Massabova, rider since 1986, shop manager (La Crémerie, Nomadeshop) and media publisher (Cream, Flat Kings, A.R.T BMX), helped by his brother Manu, rider and webmaster (Agoride, The Rider Post), who is part of the brand since the beginning. The aim is to boost the French BMX brand but also to continue developing and supporting Flatland worldwide.
A new production of BMX parts will be available for spring 2016 with a line representing France, especially Paris, called “Metro”. The range will keep the sure asset of the brand, at the forefront of the innovation while following the trend of modern flatland.
While waiting for a new production, some t-shirts will be available in January 2016.
This interview was contributed by FreestyleBMX.fr who met up with Benoit, the boss of Lowrider Bmx and Skate shop in France. Lowrider has been based in Montluçon for more than 10 years now. Discover how this Bmx shop had to adapt to keep going! And this, with a dying local scene and the merciless internet rivalry. But hopefully, something could arrange the situation soon… Benoit explains this through this interview, without distorting reality. He answers frankly all the questions, even the delicate ones.