Wethepeople OG and German street legend Oli Landgraf just stopped by the office to pick up some fresh parts for his new build, and man does this thing look good. Click through to check out the Techno Viking’s new “Black Titan” Patron setup which includes a few 2016 samples you can expect to see dropping later this year…
Tim Storey just out there, destroying spots on a daily basis.
BMX tours can be physically draining; you have to be ready to ride all day then party all night and just repeat for 7-10 days straight, so lasting till the end in one piece is a truly celebratory moment. We decided to stretch ourselves over 7 days with 6 shops visits and over 3,000 Kilometers of driving in between. I can still remember the moment of relief when we pulled back into Koln after visiting Bremen, Hannover, Berlin, Stuttgart and Frankfurt. We were all dead.
Dillon Lloyd, Ed Zunda, Pete Sawyer, Moritz Nussbaumer and Dima Pyrkhodko all battled it out for a week in the van and helped make the bad times good and the good times better. Thanks to all the shops (Alliance, Bikers Base, Flair BMX, Kunstform, Deepend and the Peoples Store) you guys were amazing and helped us feel at home. Special thanks to Sport Import.
Enjoy Part 1, Part 2 will air Wednesday 13th August.
Filmed and edited by Ben Mcpherson.
The newest member of the PRO squad, Felix Prangenberg is part of a new breed of all terrain shredders that can quite simply, ride everything.
When Felix first came to the office to build his new WTP steed he was very set on riding the Patron frame. Our team designed street sled, the Patron is tough in all the right places with dialled geometry making it the perfect weapon of choice for a rider like Felix who changes it up all the time. Park, Dirt, Street, you name it, the Patron can handle it.
We caught up with Felix to find out exactly what makes the Patron frame such a good match to his riding, and why riding a WTP frame really makes the difference to his riding.
Photos: Ben McPherson.
Australia has a super tight scene considering the vastness of the land, its vibrant, everyone knows everyone and it’s growing day by day. We’ve always had a good connection with everything down under and in the past years BMX international have helped WETHEPEOPLE become part of the family down there. We are super stoked to announce that Sam Waters is now part of the WTP team in Australia. Sam is a shredder for sure and were looking forward to whats to come. We asked Sam about his set up, travel plans etc. READ MORE »
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.