Head over to Ride Bmx now to check out Tribe member Timmy Theus’ latest bike check!
During our week at Woodward, Clint was approached about joining a team for this weeks annual Mongoose Jam. We’re stoked that he decided to join the fun. Reynold’s team consists of; Corey Martinez, Brian Kachinsky, Greg Illingworth, and Ronnie Napolitan. Look out for Dirt, Park, and street videos to drop withing the next few days.
Last week, the Tribe took it’s annual trip to Woodward PA, to spend some time with the kids at Camp Woodward. We had an incredible portion of the tribe on board including (left to right) Clint Reynolds, Habo Gutierrez, Scott Kenkel, Mitchell Proost, Nina Buitrago, Andrew Brady (filmer), Sam Schulte, Casey Otto, and Brian Yeagle.
This years trip to Camp marked our first trip with Nina since putting her on the Flow Team back in September of 2013. Nina kicked ass the entire trip and exemplified to a T, what we’re all about at Tree. As stoked as we were to accept her into the tribe last year, we’re even more hyped on what the future holds for Ms. B and Tree Bicycle Co.
Having Clint back for this years trip to Woodward was an absolute privilege. Clint’s style and finesse on a bicycle is a beautiful thing to watch. Whether it be in the woods, or on a seven foot mini, Mr. Reynolds is definitely at one with his stead at all times.
Mitchell Proost isn’t a dude to be slept on. We threw Mitch onto our hookup Program in mid 2013 and he’s been blossoming into one of the most well rounded riders to emerge from the Saint Louis scene in quite some time. Look for more out of Mitch in the upcoming year. I expect him to definitely be turning some heads. I know he did at Camp….
Look for an edit highlighting our week at camp to drop with the next week or two. Andrew Brady spent many hours with the Tribe capturing as much as he possibly could, and for that we thank him dearly.
Photos By: Jeff Brockmeyer
Our Lil’Buddy, Timmy Ray put out this sweet little jam a couple weeks back and its tight! John Andrus is a wizard behind the lens. Pair Andrus’ talent with Timmy’s riding and shit pops off. Check it out!
Hey everybody! Unfortunately, due to recent floods in Iowa, the Davenport Skatepark is completely flooded. Location for the Midwest BMX Fest has changed. Here is the NEW low down on the 2014 Midwest BMX fest….
Due to major flooding [in the Quad Cities], we are forced to move. We will now be at the QCA EXPO Center. We currently have 30,000sq feet for the show, ALL INDOORS!!! Tables are on hand for $5.00 each and chairs are $1.00 each. Food and concessions including beer all on hand provided by the expo center. They have hooked us up with a killer deal on this spot so we must support them buy using there tables, food, concessions and more. They are helping us out big time. We also have room and huge doors to pull your truck and trailer inside if you are a Vendor. Parking inside rules, otherwise other parking outside. WE CAN RIDE inside!!! The floor is mild for flatland, but it will work great. This new change of location is only 5-10 min tops across the bridge from the skatepark and standard byke company, so very little travel!!!
Bobby has been busting his ass trying to still put on a BMX event inside the expo center, With help from a few friends it looks like we’re going to be able to obtain ramps, for optimum indoor ramping. Bring your helmets, leave your panties at home, and lets make this the best Shindig in the history of Shindiggery.
No matter what however….a Best Ttick shall be tricked. And the rider who tricks the best trick will be awarded this Trophy, to signify that the aformentioned Tricker is indeed the best tricker of tricks.
COST OF BIKE SHOW IS $5.00 EACH BIKE
RAFFLE TICKETS $1.00 EACH FOR RAFFLE TABLE
PK RIPPER RAFFLE TICKETS ARE $5.00
The only thing we ask is you protect your pegs from there floor best you can, tape, plastic exc.. We need to clean up after ourselfs and before we leave. The welcomed us with open arms, lets make them proud. and remember to support the people who support you!!!!”