It’s on again. #GETINTHEVANTOUR comes to the East Coast. From August the 20th you can expect Ed Zunda, Dillon Lloyd, Dan Kruk, Dan Foley and Jordan Godwin to be on the coast with the most. More details to come. Supported by QBP.
Dan Foley found a pub called Dan Foley’s Pub in Ireland, so what is Dan gonna do, go in search of this historic place and chug a pint. Ill let Dan explain… READ MORE »
We’ve been designing and producing BMX frames for a long time now. We made our very first BMX frame in 1998, at a time before some of the team was even born. Ever since then, day by day, we have been slowly perfecting the art into something really special. Our latest offering of aftermarket frames is a combination of over 18 years of research and development and intensive testing by some of the heaviest hitters in the game.
Today we start a new feature looking just how far our products have come, and why our riders have so much trust in the bikes they ride. Max Gaertig has been riding the hell out of our bikes longer than anyone else on the team, and when a man who has no hesitation to throw himself off 15ft roof drops or grind down 20 stair handrails at a moments notice tells you he has never broken one of your frames, you know you’re doing something right.
Photos by Ben McPherson.
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You might not know who Jordan Godwin is, which is about right since he hails from South Wales and a town you’ve probably never heard of. Hopefully though, after watching this introductory video you’ll be more familiar with him. The kid shreds basically and we are more than excited to welcome him to the WTP family.
Filmed and Edited by Cal Earnshaw in London and Paris.
Dropping two edits in one day? The gods of Foley know whats up. Shout out to DIG and Hadrien Picard for aligning the stars.
Need some new bars? Throw down some switch moves and upload the video on to Instagram with the hashtag #switchsunday for your chance to win a pair of Mike Curley’s (@mikecurley1) signature WTP Switch bars. Mike will pick a winner every Sunday for the rest of the month! USA Only, courtesy of QBMX.
Our bikes our designed to shred, and built to last. Ride BMX recently met up with Dillon Lloyd out in LA and filmed a session with him on the new 2015 Reason complete bike. With Salt Pitch Slick tires, short offset forks, a fat Tripod seat and even a set of Salt Plastic pegs, it’s no wonder that this bike held up to some pretty crazy riding from Dillon.
The Reason is available now worldwide in three colourways, find out more HERE.
At first I really didn’t know what Pat was trying and then it kind of dawned on me how he was using the wall mid trick. A 180 up the curb to half cab onto the ledge and stall it front wheel to fake manual out. It was one of those moments where we weren’t too sure if it was going to get it pulled, Pat stuck with it, throwing his bike and nearly bailing on it entirely. He persevered and came through in the end. The photo (ill be honest) – I didn’t think would work but its one of our favourites now. Keeps you guessing as well if you never saw the clip.
Shot by Andrew White in New Orleans.
Little Pat is a dam machine. Must be that Nashville black magic.