Harry Main dropped a new webisode online from a session he caught at a sketchy, metal, prefabricated ramp skatepark that was close to where he lives. As expected when it comes to most metal prefabricated parks, the ramps weren’t all that great and probably more on the dangerous side than anything else. Watch as Harry throws down a few tricks, shows us a little bit of his street side and then gets bombarded by kids who recognized him on their walk past the skatepark.
Harry Main coming through with a new How To BMX video for you to check out. This time around Harry gives you some insight on how to jump on a BMX bike. Obviously this is one of those things that really only applies to beginner riders, and everyone has to start somewhere, so it might be a little obvious to most of you. Either way, there’s some solid tips in this, so take a peek.
Just when you thought Harry Main had made all of his sponsor changes for 2016, he drops the news that he’s now doing it for Vocal BMX as a part sponsor. Vocal already have a pretty heavy squad of ramp riders with guys like Jack Clark, Zozo Kempf, Chris Nichol, Brock Horneman and a few others, so Harry’s style of riding fits well.
“NOW RIDING FOR Vocal BMX PARTS! Stoked. Been a fan of the vocal BMX parts for a while now. Always creative designs and solid to ride. My personal BMX will be a Mafia frame forks and bars with all vocal parts strapped to it! ”
Welp. It looks like the Harry Main sponsor changes weren’t quite done yet. Today he announced that he has parted ways with Monster Energy after seven years. No word on why or if Harry has something else lined up, but I’d be willing to bet that was a noticeable pay check to lose.
“No longer riding for Monster Energy. This year we have parted ways after 7 years together we are both doing separate things which is cool! Had such a sick time with these guys and unforgettable moments! Thanks for everything!”
There’s an interesting interview with Harry Main over on Vital BMX where he discusses all of his sponsor changes, including an interesting story about parting ways with Vans, and his decision to join Mafia Bikes. Harry talks about his perspective of why this, in his eyes, was the right move for him, where he sees things going with the brand and his signature range of products. You can check it all out right here —> Vital BMX.
After Harry Main‘s first go with Skatepark
Football Soccer #1, it looks like he has decided to give it another go and see how things go! Watch as Harry tests out his soccer skills while throwing down some bangers on his bike when he can’t get the goal! Take a look and see what he got himself into!
Welp, after a fair amount of speculation from people over the course of the past few days, Harry Main has announced who he will be riding for after parting ways with a number of his sponsors including Hyper and Snafu. Harry will be riding for Mafia Bikes now and it looks like he’s already working on a signature frame called the Hitmain that will be available sooner than later.
What do you think about Harry’s new sponsor? Let us know what you think in the comments!
Update: Thanks to Loke Sörensen who pointed this one out. Harry says it’s not Madd Gear… Which is a relief. We were wrong on our guess. So… Let the guessing continue until tomorrow…
UPDATE #2: Harry has announced who he is riding for… Find out who it is RIGHT HERE.
We don’t speculate all too often unless we have pretty good reason to believe our assumptions. Today, Harry Main posted two videos of him riding at Rampworx. Conicidentally, there were three Madd Gear banners above him and the sticker on his head tube (all though pretty hard to tell from the Instagram quality) do appear to be the same as the Madd Gear logo. We’ve seen a number of comments on Facebook from people guessing who Harry would be riding for after leaving Hyper and Snafu at the start of the year that mentioned he was “riding scooters now”… Which wouldn’t be too far off since Madd Gear is a scooter brand that has dabbled in BMX a little bit.
Obviously, this is just our guess based off a few coincidental pieces we spotted on a video clip, so we could be wrong. What do you think? Let us know in the comments below.