Nathan Payne - Most stoked Floridian!
@thisisnotnathan_ - instagram
Bio: Nathan never got us a bio so we are doing it for him. He likes going fast and boosting anything. He also like to do brakeless tire taps on crazy vert quarters. Still rides 19mm spindle cranks.....weird.
Tommy Myall - All around good dude. Go Gamecocks!
Hometown: Columbia SC.
Bio: BMX is the only constant is life I have ever had. It Kept me working and off drugs. I would probably be in the streets or in jail if it wasn't for BMX.
@tommymyall - instagram
Zach Kring - Booster, wild man, would be described as someone's spirit animal.
@kringbmx - instagram
Bio: Another guy that didn't get his bio over to us. I have know this guy for a long time. Fist time I met him he was 14 and did a nofooted can can above my head on a 6' hip. Dude is a monster and the king of going big.
Ben Weaver - First guy to buy a shirt from us and a damn good rider.
Hometown: Atlanta Ga.
Bio: I've always been active with anything that has wheels since I was a kid. Eventually BMX was the one that stuck. Just the feeling of going fast, having those wheels under you, carving around is the reason it stuck. So whether I'm going fast or slow, riding transition or flat ground: dirt or concrete, I'm always going to be having fun as long as I don't have a flat tire. The BMX culture just adds to the fun of being rowdy and bringing like minded people together.
@benweaver28 - instagram
Adam Corcoran - Booster and style cat
Hometown: Atlanta Ga
Bio: I have been riding BMX for the last 17 years. I have always been drawn to making my riding aesthetically pleasing to the eye. To ride my way and make everything I do my own. Riding is pure self expression. There is no wrong or right way, you set your boundaries and because of that there is no end. Always chasing a certain feeling, trick or line at the park or dirt jumps. It just keeps you coming back.
@corcoranbmx86 - instagram
Matt Stahl - The muscle, Can reach things on really high shelves.
Hometown: Fayetteville Ga
Bio: Been riding for more years than I can count and I hopefully can get many more. My riding style has changed a lot over the last few years. I find myself wanting to do more tech things and bigger rails. BMX has been such a huge part of my life for so ling that I never truly see myself ever giving it up.