Tate Roskelley’s riding is like none other, and so is his all-new Team complete. With a Skyway Tuff II mag wheel up front, Power Series 22mm cranks, Chromoly 4pc bars and color and graphics inspired by Tate’s personal ride, this bike will have you looking at milk crates and the world around you a little differently. Ask for Tate's signature ride at your local GT dealer or preferred mailorder.
Is Tate Roskelley having the most fun on his bike? It definitely looks that way. But his one-of-kind flavor of freestyle doesn’t always come easy. Here’s over 20-minutes worth of insight into what went into making his Wait, What? video part.
TATE ROSKELLEY - WAIT, WHAT? - GT BMX
Wait, what? Is literally what you'll be left saying over and over while watching Tate Roskelley in his latest collection of creative BMX freestyle expression.
This is what happens when you give one of the most creative riders in BMX free reign in a grocery store… Where the average person sees shelves of goods and linoleum floors, Tate Roskelley finds all the ingredients needed to produce some top-shelf riding unlike anything you've seen before.
The Shred N Shed Pool Tire is tough and grips well on all surfaces—perfect for the rigors that Tate Roskelley puts a tire through. A unique feature of the Shred N Shed is the second colored layer which is slowly revealed from the wear of riding.
From conception to execution, and all of the trials and tribulations along the way, 11 hours and 236 tries later, Tate Roskelley’s Quarantine Contraption was a reality. Here’s a behind the scenes look at the entire process. Safe to say, Tate has a lot of patience!
Forget experimenting in the kitchen, Tate Roskelley took his stay at home creativity to the next level with his Quarantine Contraption. The Quarantine Contraption is a complex machine comprised of random household items including a broom, mop, step ladder, Slinky, and a few things very specific to Tate's house, including a traffic cone, street signs, and two GT BMX bikes.
Tate Roskelley is without a doubt one of the most creative riders in BMX. His innovative style of riding leans more towards conceptual than actual trick based—making for some truly one-of-a-kind videos.
The Shred N Shed Pool Tire is tough and grips well on all surfaces—perfect for the rigors that Tate Roskelley puts a tire through. A unique feature of the Shred N Shed is the second colored layer which is slowly revealed from the wear of riding. Additional features include non-directional tread with a micro-knurled surface, Quick Release grind friendly sidewalls, max 60PSI.