The Bmx Life Fund presents its first athlete donation charity auction on ebay. Pro rider Dennis Enarson has donated items that helped him elevate his career for the 2008 season. Some items listed below were used in 2008 contest's, and filming for the Nike 6.0 video ect. Such as helmet, and frame. Big thanks goes out to Dennis, and his Sponsors for making this donation happen. This makes a great start to the 2009 season for the Bmx Life Fund!
Items For Auction: * 21inch Haro Convert Frame. Autographed * Dennis's Pro-Tec Helmet Autographed * New Rockstar Autographed Water Bottle * New Pair of Nike 6.0 Shoe's Men's 10.5 US Autographed
Here one of the reasons I didn't talk to you for a long time, I'm building 10 Old School bikes and spent 25 hours a day on Ebay, more results later. 1981 TORKER MX (Paul de Jong's personal Frame and Set up) -Frame: Torker MX LPCM Chrome Double Toptube 1981 Paul's Original Frame -Forks: Tange TX500 Chrome 1" NOS -Headset: Tange MX2 Chrome 1" NOS -Headlock: Suntour Gold 1" NOS
Word from Morgan Wade on separating with Mutiny Bikes. "I've been on the team and a part of Mutiny Bikes since 2001. A lot of things have changed over the years, i.e., different owners and an entirely different team. I honestly feel blessed to have been a part of it for so long. Over the past year or so, Mutiny and myself have been drifting apart. We aren't on the same page that we used to be and we came to the conclusion that I just don't fit into the Mutiny family like I used to. Although we're still great friends, we decided that it would be better for us to part ways rather than spin our wheels in different directions. We had a good run of eight years and it's been lots of fun! That being said, I'd like to thank Mutiny for all support and help they've given me over the years. I'm very grateful and truly do appreciate everything they've done for me. Onward to the next chapter."