Simple BMX‘s connect, Elias Reite hit us up with a link to his latest BMX video from some of the chill after work sessions he has been getting in lately. It’s pretty crazy what a small grind box can set up for tricks. Take a peek and see just what he cooked up!
We just got an email from Jeremy Muller with a video inside to say thank you to Simple Bike Co. for the years of support and that he has decided to part ways. It sounds like this was on completely good terms and this BMX video is packed full of great trails and ramp riding from Jeremy. Plenty of style for you to enjoy in this one!
“Jems has been part of the Simple bikes team for more than 9 years. Time has come to part ways but both wanted to celebrate those years with a farewell video.
– John Mini
– Stephane Lafitte
– Olivier Theillaud
– Alaric Streiff
Editing : John Mini”
Here’s a fresh one from Simple Bike Co. and Child Store‘s Ludvig Oskarsson putting in work on his local street spots in Sweden along with a few clips from a trip to Barcelona, Spain! If you’re looking for grinds, freecoaster action and barspins, Ludvig has what you want. Get at it and take a look!
After a few years of a not being available in the United States due to the lack of a distributor, Simple Bike Co. is once again available through Tree Bicycle Co.. Shops looking to get their hands on Simple products should contact Tree Bicycle Co. You can also get your hands on the product direct from the Tree Bicycle Co. webstore. Go take a look and see what they have in stock right here.
Looking for some 4-piece bars? Have you given Simple Bike Co.‘s Jetset 4-piece bars a look yet? These bars are made from 11-butted heat-treated Japanese chromoly tubing with 4 options for sizes; 8.0″ rise and 27.9″ width, 8.5″ rise and 28.27″ width or 9″ rise and 28.64″ width. All 4 sizes come with an 11.5-degree backsweep and 3-degrees of upsweep. The Jetset bars have a small diameter cross bar, come in color options of black, matte white, chrome, Cheer red, matte teal, matte orange and matte grey with a weight of 1.49 lbs (9″)
These bars are available through all shops and mail-orders that carry Simple Bike Co. worldwide now. You can find out more about Simple Bike Co. and their products by visiting their website — SimpleBMX.com
Today, we’re stoked to premiere something that is a little different than what we traditionally see these days. A lot of riders will spend their summer filming for a video, but not too often do we see a photographer and a rider team up to shoot photos over the course of a summer for one special feature. The other day, Niels at Simple Bike Co. hit us up asking if we would be into checking out some photos of their rider, Ole Andre Kristiansen, who we’ve known about for a while. What we didn’t expect was this dialed flipbook that documents Ole’s summer through the lens of Mads Oliver, all prepared and ready to check out! We couldn’t pass up showing you guys this one, so here we have it! Check out what Ole and Mads got into during their sessions around Bergen, Norway these past few months! Great stuff!
If you’re digging Mad’s work, check out his website — MadsOliver.Tumblr.com