Next up on the list of booths to check out was Mutant Bikes. Mutant is a new brand for QBMX and it’s good finally seeing the brand being available in the U.S after all of the hard work Nuno has been putting in for years. Let’s take a look at what was on display…
Mutant Bikes caught up with Nuno Faria to get a closer look at his setup. Check out what he’s running along with some riding clips. This kid is smoooooth.
During the Rapataching tour the Mutant Bikes crew took a few months back, they did some video bike checks with the team. Here’s the first of four edits that will be dropping here shortly featuring Daniel Serra and his dialed Lobo setup. Take a peek!
Mutant Bikes‘ Diogo Santos gets nocturnal and films a couple real good for you to check out in this new edit. Take a peek!
Here’s a couple quick clips and a look at Nuno Faria’s current Mutant Bikes setup. Take a peek!
Here’s a fresh one from Mutant‘s Daniel “Naran” Penafiel. As always, Daniel blasts some dialed tricks and the super slow mo clips in this are real good. Take a peek!
Some of the Mutant Bikes crew loaded up for a trip to the Madeira Island for some riding. Check out this video from the trip giving you a look at what they got into. Looks like they had a good time to me.
“December 1st we went to Madeira Island for the “Madeira BMX Jam” where we were one of the main sponsors, also Diogo, Nuno and Jason were invited.
Was a short weekend for the glamorous Island it is. 1st day we visit some touristic places, 2nd was the BMX Jam and last day we drove to some places where we could ride, and ended up finding an amazing abandoned olympic pool, where we got some good footage. Filmed and edited by Igor Gurgel.”