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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….

10441319_336984739782240_764408115936321678_nDue 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. image

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!!!!” 

 

 

 

 

Alex seems to be a jack of all trades. Not only can he shred a bmx bike, but he makes one damn good looking baby. Congrats to Alex and His lady, Kayla on the newest additon to the Magallan Tribe,  Cooper Eduardo Magallan. baby magallan

In case you missed it the first time around, we’re throwin’ back this Thursday to last May with Timmy Theus and Alex Magalllan while they were in Athens GA town for the twilightIn case you missed it the first time around, we’re throwin’ back this Thursday to last May with Timmy Theus and Alex Magalllan while they were in Athens GA town for the twilight jam. These dudes’ styles vary so much from one another but it works for one dope split. Enjoy! jam. These dudes’ styles vary so much from one another but it works for one dope split. Enjoy!

Be sure to hit up your Local Shops now to get your hands on that new new! HELL YEAH

Pride Shirt

CINCH BACKPACK

X Games practice just kicked off today and Chad Kerley, Garrett Reynolds, Ty Morrow, Sean Sexton, Dakota Roche, Alex Kennedy, and more shared the course for a few hours. Alongside all those dudes was our very own Nina B. Nina shreds, period, but shes a CHAMP for that digger she took just after the minute mark.

Video By: Ryan Fudger

Sam and the boys made their way up to Rays MTB in Cleveland OH for the last day of the season and a bad as ride with Tree day. Timmy Theus and Alex Magallan were on hand to shred the establishment and kick ass in some water melon relays. Huge thanks to everyone who came out, Rays MTB for having us, and Andrew Brady for documenting it.

Ride With Tree Day at Rays MTB from Tree Bicycle Co. on Vimeo.

We just got 1000 pairs of these things in stock and they’re moving quick! Everyone love a new pair of shades so snag yourself a pair before its too late! Hell, grab one of every color so you look fly in every outfit.photo 3 photo 2

Our good buddy Patrick Kelly is one of those dudes you just can’t help but to like. Down to earth, down to ride, and down to crack a few thousand jokes a day. He dropped this edit a few days back and it rules! I only found it fitting to wait until Front Brake Friday to share it with everyone. Front brake madness and a few clips of Nyquist? Ya….Watch it.

 

Front Brake Brethren: Patrick Kelly from Patrick Kelly on Vimeo.

“There’s a little story behind the song choice here. I started riding in 2003 when bike riding looked a little different than it does now. The bikes were heavier and taller. Riders were psyched on Metro Jams before there was a Texas Toast. I got exposure to BMX through a little project called Props video magazine, where bands like Lucero, Hot Water Music, and Jawbreaker were commonly the background music of choice. I’m not old school by any means, but those bands encapsulate a period of BMX I long for and wish I could revisit. Ergo, no hip hop, no electronic, and absolutely no dubstep in my edits. – PK

Music: “Our Own Way” – Hot Water Music”