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.
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!
We are BIG fans of Tom Justice here at The Union and it’s real easy to see why… Tom absolutely RIPS! Watch as he goes to work on a handful of skateparks around the U.K absolutely blasting each one with his signature style. This is one BMX video you do not want to pass up!
“Tom shreds the indoor parks of Scotland with his insanely clicked tricks and huge amounts of style all while dodging incoming storm desmond.
Style for miles with a load of tech combos to match this edit has it all.
No roofs where hit in the making of this edit. Although it was close ALOT of the time.
Big thanks to all the skateparks we visited during this trip” – Mafia Bikes
Filmed and edited by Greg Childs
Man, Tom Justice has to be one of my personal favorite riders. So much style and always going so big! Check out what he cooked up from 6 solid days of filming in Portugal! So good!
“We took Tom Justice out to Portugal for 6 days to escape the English weather and film his welcome edit.
However, the weather followed us and we only had 3 dry days during the trip. In between sweeping puddles and waiting for parks to dry Tom managed to film this banging edit.
Filmed at parks in and around Lisbon and the Lost Bowl
Music: Royal Blood – Little Monsters” – Mafia Bikes
The first episode of the School of BMX from Mafia Bikes takes you through bike setup, manuals, bunny hops and 180’s with the help of Chris Nunn.
Filmed and edited by Mike King.
Mafia Bikes is a new brand in the U.K that has dropped the agents, distributors and shops to give kids the best possible deal on an entry level BMX bike that’s spec’d like a proper bike. Mafia and Chris Nunn are going to be doing weekly web videos to teach you how to ride from the beginner tricks all the way to the advanced tricks. If it helps kids get on bikes, I’m all about it.