MADISON, Wis. - December 21, 2005 - Who’s the scariest dude on the MTB Race circuit? Here’s a hint: he’s the scariest dude on the BMX Race circuit, too, and he’s an amateur that has all the pros scared. GT proudly announces that Joey Bradford has joined the team.
Bradford has over 200 National main event wins and is fresh off accomplishing the most difficult feat in BMX. Bradford took the "Grand Slam of BMX," winning the big four Championships: ABA Worlds, UCI Worlds, ABA National Champion and NBL National Champion.
At only age 16, Joey Bradford rides like a seasoned veteran. Bradford lives in Monterey, Cali. and competes in Junior Eite or Junior Men in BMX and 18-and-under Junior Expert class in MTB. Bradford’s riding the GT Moto in his MTB comps and the GT Ultrabox in his BMX comps.
With echoes of cars above you and trains rattling past and the sounds of feet walking over broken glass, you are happier than ever at 6am in the cold waiting to drop into a homemade ramp with sketchy transitions and cracks in the floor. Underneath 95 covered in dirt and homemade concrete, at one of the southern most points in Philadelphia exists a cultural icon of public space built by the determination of young kids. Right now this is the only legal public place to ride a BMX bike in Philadelphia and it is FDR. BMX sessions there are from six in the morning until 9 in the morning.