Profile Racing caught up with Jared Eberwein to take a closer look at his new Free Agent setup decked out with Profile Racing parts. Jared had a custom Snow Hammerlite powdercoat added to his frame, fork and bars, making for a really cool combo with the gold accents. You can check out the full bike check with more photos and a parts list over on the Profile Racing website!
At the start of the year, some of the Profile Racing team got together down in Florida to spend some time cruising the endless street, DIY spots, backyard pools, ditches and skateparks the state has to offer. Here’s a look at the riding that went down during the trip! This has a super good mix of styles and tricks, keeping things interesting from start to finish! This trip looks like it was a ton of fun. Take a look!
“If you’re looking for something a little bit different in your BMX entertainment search today then this is it. Profile’s Cory Foust, Mark Mulville, Luis Pinzon, Bobby Proctor, Chad Degroot and Chris Childs get busy in Tampa with some creative riding and some down right sick looking spots.
“In January of 2019, we flew part of the Profile crew to Tampa and made Seminole Heights our home base for a week. This is what we enjoyed together…we hope at some point you will come for a visit to experience it yourself.” – Matt Coplon
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Filmed over 5 days, here’s clips of Cory Foust, Mark Mulville, Luis Pinzon, Bobby Proctor, Chad Degroot and Chris Childs.
Filmed by Matt Coplon and Bobby Proctor.
Edited by Matt Coplon.
Label: Stickfigure Records
Thanks to Justin Walker, Scott Bentley, Ryan Clements, The Boardr, Gavin (Stickfigure Records), and Trey Ehart (Entertainment) for music permission.”
Curious what Steve Crandall has been rolling around on while spreading the good word of FBM? There’s a quick Bike Check with Steve over on the Profile Racing website with a handful of photos giving you a detailed look at his rig during a recent visit to the Profile Racing factory! Looks like a dialed unit to us!
Profile Racing have released a new Liam Eltham signature colorway to keep their 50th anniversary party going strong! This time around Liam went with this rad Gold and Black Paisley color that you can find on Profile’s Elite hub sets, Mini hub sets, Push topload stem and Sabre sprocket. Each of these items are available through BMX shops and mail-orders that carry Profile Racing world wide now. They should be available in the Profile Racing webstore any time now as well. Get on it! We have a feeling these will go quick.
“Here they are.
Liam Eltham’s X Profile Racing 50th anniversary Gold and Black Paisley.
— Elite Hub Sets
–Mini Hub Sets
Contact your local bike shop for availability.
And an extended thanks to Lima for years of support!” – Profile Racing
Check out more from Profile Racing’s First Coast trip!
A few weeks back Profile Racing released their First Coast video from a team trip in Florida. Now today we get a look at a ton of footage that was filmed on a Drone and some extra angles. This has a bunch of great footage and a wild crash, so hit play and take a look!
““This edit is piggy backing off of a previous edit that was already made documenting a packed, 2-day trip in Florida. Ricky Moseley and Jared Eberwein flew out from the other side of the US to join Matt Coplon, Lucas Porzio, Riley Jordan, and a surprise run in with Phil Aller. A bunch of local riders met up with us as well, helping figure out places to ride and creating absolute great times and vibes. The whole crew had the pleasure to ride in a new, pristine, backyard ramp called The Ark: huge thanks to Brian Hemingway. A Small mishap happened on the ramp with Jared and Ricky while trying to coordinate a four person flair run: luckily Ricky wasn’t taken out and the clip was executed right after. Ricky brought his GoPro Karma drone, so we ended up with a bunch of really cool extra footage and new perspective on things.
We hope you enjoy.
Filmed by Ricky & Jared.
Edited by Jared.”” – Profile Racing
Get a close up look at the Acoustic Stem from Profile Racing…
Is it time for a new BMX stem? Thinking about going with a front load stem? Here’s a detailed look at the Acoustic Stem from Profile Racing in this new video featuring Mike Hinkens. Hit play to let Mike give you the full run through of the stem, along with a good look at some of the details you might not notice just looking at it.
Greg Illingworth has been added to the Profile Racing squad…
Here’s some good news for you! The guys over at Profile Racing have added Greg Illingworth to their team! As everyone knows by now, Greg is an absolute shredder and brings a ton of style to the table. He’s constantly bouncing around the world and doing some really great things for BMX as a whole. This is some rad news, so expect to see Greg buzzing around with Profile hubs, cranks and stem!
Is anyone not a fan?
Beyond what you know of Greg as a phenomenal rider, few compare with his level of involvement in bmx as a culture.
We’re so stoked to have Greg on board… Welcome!” – Profile Racing
Profile Racing’s Jim Alley takes us back down to the dungeon to check out the mold for their iconic Horseshoe pedal…
Over the course of the 50 years that Profile Racing has been around, they’ve done a number of products that could be classified as iconic. One of those parts is their Horseshoe Pedal that was apart of their line up in the early 80’s. Today, Jim Alley takes us back into the dungeon to tell the story of how and why the Horseshoe Pedals were made. This is a real interesting one if you’re a fan of learning how things are made.
“In celebration of Profile Racing’s 50th anniversary, owner and founder, Jim Alley, invites us into the company’s original Florida location where some sections of this dark and dusty industrial cave have been sealed off since 2004.
Over time, this building (appropriately named “The Dungeon” by employees) has become a time capsule; a host to historical artifacts capturing Profile’s legacy in both the automotive and bicycle industry.
Join us on this multi-episode series as we press record and let Jim imbue his wealth of knowledge on conjured pieces of the past.
This is From the Dungeon.
Episode #4: History of the Profile Racing Horseshoe Pedal.
On episode #4 of From the Dungeon, Jim Alley, after re-discovering the original mold, gives us insight on the arcane manufacturing process of the Iconic Profile Racing Horseshoe Pedal, Circa 1982/1983.
.25 — Introduction featuring both the aluminum and magnesium version of the Profile Racing Horseshoe Pedal.
.58 — Details of the original (single) mold.
3:46 — Cutting off process of the pedal from the mold.
3:57 — Details of the Magnesium version of the pedal.
4:51 — Insight behind the shape of the pedal.
6:06 — BONUS: A discovery!
You can check out the complete history of Profile Racing as we cover each of it’s 50 years, weekly, over the course of 2018.
Check it out at www.profileracing.com” – Profile Racing