Native BMX is on fire with newness today. It looks like they’ve got a fresh new signature frame for Bill Richardson in the works that you can find out about right here and the brand new Thunder forks which you can find out all about right here. American made goodness!
Madera have teamed up with James Covington from Native BMX to create some limited edition pivotal seats. This fat style pivotal seat is made with deer hide and has an embossed Madera “M” logo on the rear. The seat is available online ( Click Here ) only with red, black and tan for colors.
This seat is limited edition and hand made by James right here in the U.S.A.
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Native is a small brand based out of Florida that has been growing by doing one thing… creating strong, reliable, American made BMX products. Jeff Harrington caught up with the owner, James Covington, to find out what they are all about! Check out this video to find out more about Native and why they kick so much ass. After you check out the video, James is doing a little giveaway for you creative people out there! Find out all the details below.
Filmed and edited by Jeff Harrington
“We want to see your hand made goods. Go to our Facebook Page and add us. Leave a comment with a photo of something you hand made or modified. It can be bike related, it can have absolutely nothing to do with bikes. We, at Native bikes, appreciate many things other than bicycles. We appreciate, above all, hand crafted things. Leave us a photo of your work and give an explanation if needed. At the end of one month we will post our winner. First prize gets a custom leather seat; railed, pivotal, or one piece. The possibilities are endless. you pick the colors, design, and any custom work you want. Two other honorable mentions will get a hand printed t-shirt and trucker hat along with some other goodies!
thanks to everyone in advance and keep it original.” James- Native Bikes
Posted up on the Native BMX site this.
“This was a DVD Rickey Bates made a few years back for the TV at our local skatepark(MESH R.I.P.). James had the one and only copy and I just ripped it to the computer so we could all reminisce! It also has a handful of our riders in it. ENJOY!” – Aaron Sarkisian
Go check out Native BMX for some awesome photos of the Skate Park Of Tampa’s Gatorade free flow contest.
Photographer: Aaron Sarkisian
“Madera is proud to announce that we will be officially co-sponsoring the Native BMX team. James Covington of Native has worked hard to build an American-made brand from the ground up: and since both both Native and Madera share the same goals of providing the BMX community with high quality American products (and considering we’ve remained tight with James over the years), we felt honored in the opportunity for collaboration. We plan to get all of Native’s riders some clean new set ups that the can get nice and dirty. Stay tuned for some cool new ideas and some good times.” – Mike Hinkens / Madera TM