Dutch rider. Orange frame. Makes sense. Dez Maarsen just built up a new bike and here's the parts list that makes Dez a happy camper. Give Dez a follow in Insta to see what this bike can do, if Dez rides it. @dezmaarsen
* Frame: Infinity Ka 19.5 * Bars: Heresy Ascend 9 * Bar ends: Ares stainless steel * Grips: Primo topped with tennisgrip * Fork: Heresy * Stem: Enemy Compounds 45mm
DEMARCUS PAUL - WHAT I RIDE (BMX BIKE CHECK). Demarcus Paul gives you the rundown on his Volume / Animal ride—including his signature Volume Warhorse product line, prototype Animal Steamroller rims, and the new extra tall top-load Animal Highline stem too.
If you want to know what kind of bike the 2018 Elite Women UCI BMX World Champion rides, we've got you covered. Next to the Dutch National team, Meybo Bikes also is the bike provider of the TVE Oegema BMX team. Here's what Laura rides. If you are in need of equipment to get a world title, look no further.
Name: Vineta Pētersone Sponsors: Thrill Factory Europe - Thrill, Maikun, Answer, Tangent, Maxxis, Euro Bmx, Navada. Mechanic: - Non (There is many... It depends on who I’m traveling with and where I am - National team, Thrill or World cycling center)
How long have you been riding the frame that you are currently on? Vineta Pētersone: Brand new!
Do you experiment much with geometry/size of your frame, stem, bars?
Australian Saya Sakakibara has moved up to the Elite ranks and so far it has been a smooth transition making podiums at UCI BMX SX World Cups and such. The Red Bull rider is aboard a DK bike with custom Michram sprocket that weighs in at 8.4 kilograms. We've got the parts list for you. Philip took care of the pics at Papendal.
Name: Saya Sakakibara
Sponsors: Red Bull, DK Bikes, Oakley, Peabody Energy, AO Contracting, BOX Components, Michram Industries, Shimano, Onyx, HT Components, Shoei, Fist
We all wish we could like Garrett Reynolds, but that just ain't possible. But seeing as Garrett is such a nice guy, he went over all of his Fiend and Cinema parts for his bike check and explains why he sets his bike up the way he does. So at least you can build your bike just like his—as long as you're not like six feet tall!