Gather round and Eagle Keneagle jumps all the broken bottles and broken hearts in the Alley. A Charlotte NC production. Ass buffet could not be possible without FBM bikes Profile racing and Spoke Easy bike shop.
FBM started out as a crew. Just some friends stoked on bikes. Through our curiosity and bike riding fueled smiles, we ended up as a full fledged bike company. Unfortunately, as of January 1st we have closed the machine shop and FBM will no longer manufacture bikes. This has been an unbelievably tough decision and we explored multiple options to maintain business as usual but we simply aren’t able to keep moving forward under existing model. That being said, we can’t thank everyone enough for being a part of FBM and helping us get this far in the world. The FBM Machine Shop opened in 2001 and built some of the best parts in BMX for 18 amazing years. You helped us build fun and share the message of community, positivity and DIY good times and we appreciate the support more than I even know how to express.
THE DIG X FBM D.I.Y WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP WENT OFF LAST WEEKEND AT THE SHOP!! Thank you to everyone that put time in working on the ramps, driving in from out of town, and to those who helped promote the event. It was amazing! We love you!
In its heyday, the FBM bus was literally fire beer and mayhem on wheels. This blacked out, FBM logo emblazoned, straight pipe exhaust attention grabber transported the FBM team up and down the East Coast and as far deep as Austin, Texas. After five years of road wear, the general unreliability coupled with the cost to maintain the beastly vehicle became too great and Steve Crandall hung up the keys for now. For the last two years Crandall has called the decommissioned vehicle home and has repurposed it into a live-in art studio complete with a wood burning stove. A BMX party bus turned serene creative space… Crandall walks us through the evolution of the FBM bus.