We proudly represent the following companies & projects.
Cult is the brainchild of longtime pro rider, Robbie Morales.
With Neal Wood as product designer & a pro team including Dakota Roche, Chase Dehart & Chase Hawk, they’ve built rapidly on a raw, street smart vibe & no bullshit approach to their products . Whilst only being formed in late 2009, Cult already offers an extensive product range of hard & softgoods including a tight range of complete bikes, aimed at getting those new to bmx off on the right foot & a Vans grip collaboration which brought them to the next level with exposure reaching far wider than a pure BMX audience.
Cults raw attitude, highly regarded pro team & product range shines above all the wannabees.
Based in Austin, Texas with english ex-pat Gaz Sanders at the helm, Mutiny treads its own path with a range of thoughtfully designed & flawlessly executed hard & softgoods. Supporting a team of shredders including Australias own Dylan Lewis, Mutiny is as far from the mainstream presentation of BMX as humanly possible & stands strong as a brand which core BMX connoisseurs can always trust.
Terrible One is the BMX antithesis to the mass consumption world we live in.
T-1 is guided by Joe Rich with a careful hand & consideration to the smallest details that most would never cast a second thought over. This makes Terrible One a special thing, far outreaching what other BMX brands would strive for through dedicated marketing strategies & bullshit consumer studies.
The small group of riders who make up the T-1 team includes Ruben Alcantara who is widely regarded as the most influential BMX rider of the last 20 years.
Terrible One has grown a fan base through its years who are as fiercely proud & protective of the brand as its founder.
RELIC is an independent bmx parts company owned & operated by English legend Ashley Charles.
In his own words “We believe that the simplicity of a bmx bike is something to be valued and our products reflect this. No gimmicks or flavor of the month stuff, just well made products with a classic bmx feel. We strive to exist and make decisions based around strong morals we have gained from 20 years of riding bikes and all the great experiences we have witnessed along that path. We grew up inspired by riders that were not only incredible on their bikes but were also forward thinking, creative individuals. They were focused on growth that would benefit the collective fellow rider and never compromised their core values. This is something we feel bmx is lacking in a large way. We want to pay homage to this diy approach and the legends that pioneered it”