It looks like things are really rolling now for Merritt. They’re already looking to add a sales rep to their team. If you’re looking for a job in the industry… This might just be for you!
“The time has come for us to expand the office crew. We need a new full-time salesman to work in-house in our NJ warehouse. Previous sales and BMX experience is preferred. Knowing how to use Quickbooks and all the other usual office software is a plus. Hit us up at email@example.com with your experience and info to apply“
Not too long ago, two familiar names in the BMX industry, Sean Curran and Mike Brennan, announced that they were making some moves and going all in and launching a brand of their own. Shortly after that news popped up, word about Merritt started floating around. Over the course of a few months, they slowly announced a hell of a team and introduced a few products that these two were working on.
One of those products in particular were some signature bars for the one and only Brian Foster. Once these bars became available, I knew I needed to get my hands on a pair to give a go.
Doing a review of handle bars isn’t exactly something easy to do because either they hold up or they don’t. I haven’t broke a pair of bars in about 10 years so I figured instead of trying to tell you they haven’t broke in the 2 months I’ve been running them, I’d give you guys a closer look at just what make these special. Let’s take a closer look.
Nate Richter is one of those dudes who has been on his hustle lately. Between throwing down some real good riding in different videos to his own “We Made It” series on Youtube, this guys name is definitely one you have seen by now. Recently, Shane McLellan took a day to follow around the Cult, Merritt and Quintin Co. connect to see what a day in his life is really like. Take a look at what he got into!
Filmed and edited by Shane McLellan
Want to win a set of Brad Simms bars, a new hoodie, t-shirt and beanie from Merritt? Get your instagram on and post a photo of your best 180 along with #BSIMMS180. Easy as that!
Spotted this over on The Merged. It looks like Merritt is working with team rider, Charlie Crumlish, on a signature grip. Word is that it will be softer, slimmer and longer than ODI’s longneck grips and will have the BMXfu snowman logo on it. No release date yet, but I’d imagine they’re getting close.