TSG are stoked to welcome four fresh new faces to their global team roster: Young pipe and slopestylist snowboarder Jonas Hasler; Croatian big air and slopestyle ripper snowboarder Lea Jugovac; Mountainbiker and adventurer Hannes Klausner; and the one and only Spanish queen of BMX, Teresa Miranda Fernandez.
Teresa Miranda Fernandez has been riding for our Spanish distributor for three years but in recognition of her outstanding flow and style, both in park and on trails, we’ve invited her to join the TSG Global Team. “It‘s a dream come true,” says Teresa who is without doubt one of the finest female BMX riders out there. “I can’t believe I’m gonna be riding in the same team as some of the best riders in the world,” she adds with an ample serving of humility.
Teresa rides with our Ivy helmet and the Tahoe A and Joint knee pads.
The best of the best! The Quartz is our x2 world championship winning super-lightweight alloy frame with no details spared. We took this frame and draped it in only the very best components creating a full PRO build that anyone would be jealous to own. You’ll find our Solar Carbon fork, Oxygen Tires, Argon Rims, Turbine Hubs and even our new Hydraulic disc brake kit on this masterpiece of a bike. Ready for the track and the podium, we hope you can keep up with the speed that this machine can put out!
Shop name: Soulcycle BMX Shop Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands Years in business: Rollin’ since 99 Best year yet: 2020 (Best vibes in the store, Amsterdams scene is tight) Worst year yet: 2021 (Haven’t been able to open our doors yet because of the current Dutch lockdown).
What were your first thoughts on Covid-19 when it hit? Emile Bouwman: The end is near.
Did you take any action from the start or were you thinking this would be over in a few weeks?
As Matty Whyatt explains in this edit, this Jed Mildon World's First just makes no sense. It's double wild when you hear Jed explain how he finally nailed this one: He realized he needed to slow the whole thing down to get it around perfect. These are the moments that separate true legends from the rest of us.
When ODI sends you a hefty box of grips and you don't have that many friends...whaddya do? Head to the local and force people you don't know (and a couple you do) to do some tricks for some grips. And we threw in a few tubes because we're nice.
INDAH ST. is back. The street dogs of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada cooked up a little piece to get you teasin' for their up and coming mixtape. Word on the street is, mixtape could drop any day. Keep your eyes peeled.
Name: Woody Itson Hometown: Keller, TX Started riding BMX in: The 70’s Number of bikes in the collection: I have 15 complete bikes and some frames and parts that may or may not ever turn into anything
Do you remember the moment that you decided to start collecting BMX memorabilia? Woody Itson: I didn’t actually decide to collect any BMX stuff to be honest. In fact there was one point where all I had was the one bike that I was riding and some miscellaneous parts and uniforms in a box.