GT Bicycles today released a modern version of the iconic 1979 26” BMX Cruiser frameset to celebrate the brand’s new partnership with original GT Bicycles founder Gary Turner and his son Craig. After reconnecting with GT in 2017, plans around a reunion project began brewing. “GT has been a part of our family since I was five years-old,” said Craig Turner. “Partnering with the company again is really exciting.”
Only 100 limited edition frame, fork, seat post and handlebar sets of the original 1979 26” BMX Cruiser design will be produced. The new framesets will be the first GT Bicycles made in the United States in almost 20 years. They will be built in the Turner’s workshop in Orange, California, not far from where it all
Red Bull BMX seemed to happen on the regular years ago. Not so much anymore, unfortunately because when Red Bull puts something on, you know it's going to be a good time. Drew Bezanson and Daniel Wedemeijer were part of the Red Bull Framed Reaction held in Amsterdam back in 2013. Both riders are now the team leaders for Red Bull Uncontained which will happen on Saturday 30 November next.
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The third of seven parts to hit the web from our Nora Cup winning full length video FTS. Smelko broke his foot during our winter escape to Barcelona and took nearly a year to recover, none the less came through with this dope part. Enjoy!
BIFACE is a raw experiment filmed in October 2019 around Narbonne (France). Without carrying any particular meaning, the video came out like a primitive tool to shape a new form : a choreographic video mostly composed with BMX riding language.