Check out Kayley Ashworth’s new ride and learn a bit about why she sets her bike up like she does in this bike check/interview over on Vital.
Kayley Ashworth, most known for her 2011 Superstar edit that got a ton of attention, has moved on from her long time sponsor. Here are the statements from both parties:
“I cannot thank superstar and Zeal enough for everything that has made me the rider I am today. Some days I am rather ‘emotional’ and let some issues surrounding people’s opinions of girl riders affect me, I can truly say that if I didn’t have the support from both Zeal and Superstar, I wouldn’t have the confidence I do now.” – Kaylee Ashworth
“This is a sad news for all the Superstar crew, our dear Kayley is leaving Superstar for new projects in 2014! It’s been now more than 3 years that she was riding for us (Via Zeal) , we are going to miss this cool little British girl! We wish you nothing but the best in your new adventures!” –Superstar
I’m not exactly sure what the hell is going on in this… but Ben Lewis and Kaylie Ashworth apparently have a love affair and Lloyd Wright has a few good clips. Just watch…
“After the FISE in Montpellier, Kayley decided to stay with me for one week in Marseille.
So we spent all the time to ride and film her tricks and mainly her joy to life.
Kayley is an amazing girl from Liverpool (UK) not afraid to fall off and practise again untill landing her trick.
It was more than a pleasure to film this girl, she’s always laughing and ready to ride with the smile.
Bmx world needs more people like her.
it’s definitly not the best edit ever but you can see in this one the joy to ride and i think the best way to represent the following companies: Superstar bmx & Zeal Distribution
thanks Pierre Blondel from Superstar & James Hitchcox from Zeal
Kayley & me, decided to put this music : Burial – Miike Snow because it was definitly the music of our trip
so this one will be a mean to keep a good memory for us
filmed with: Canon 7D
lens: canon fisheye 15mm – canon 75-300mm – canon Macro 100mm – Canon 50mm
tripod Manfrotto & glidetrack & doly”