Best Trick Jams never, ever disappoint...especially at Battle Of Hastings. Congrats to Kieran Riley on winning with a crazy (and first try) double flair. As always, I'm no judge, but would have given this one to Greg Illingworth and that wiiiild 270 wallride. No shots, honestly.
Results 2021 Italian BMX PARK National Championships BMX Park Men: 1 Francesco MONGILLO 200 2 Emanuel BETTASSA 160 3 Gabriele PALA 130 4 Christian FALVO 110 5 Vittorio Ludovico Germano GALLI 90 6 Ramon FRANCESCONI 70
American BMX Company (ABC) is pleased to announce that it recently signed a deal with Tange International Co., Ltd. giving it exclusive worldwide rights to Tange BMX. “Tange is a great addition to the ABC family of BMX brands, which includes Race Inc., Bottema and Cook Bros. Racing,” said Marc Cote, ABC’s co-owner. “Like all our brands, Tange played a major role in the development of BMX racing, producing some of the most iconic forks under the Tange brand, as well as for other companies. They also made frames and a bunch of other components. We plan to build on that history and create a new line that refences that past, but with products that are for modern bikes,” he added.
As part of the multiyear deal, ABC is responsible for developing new products and global marketing for Tange BMX. New products may include reissues of once-popular Tange BMX forks redesigned to fit modern bikes, as well as frames and other products.
“We’re going to make a mix of Tange-branded fames, forks, bikes and components that will take styling cues from the stuff Tange made in the 1970s and 1980s,” said Toby Henderson partner in ABC. “We’re really excited to be working with such an iconic brand as Tange.”
ABC’s Race Inc. and Bottema brand after-market forks are already made by Tange and feature the famous Japanese BMX brand’s logo stamped on the steerer tubes.