To celebrate their 10 year anniversary, The Source have teamed up with S&M Bikes and Fit Bike Co. to do some limited edition products that are only available in their store. Above we have the limited edition ATFids frame and below we have Ben Lewis’ signature Benny L Bars with custom graphics. Both of these items are OUT NOW and going fast. You can find out more about both the frame and bars by Clicking Here.
For the past twelve years there has been a BMX backyard of epic proportions located in Layton, Utah. Sure, it didn’t start out as one of the most historic backyards ever built but over the course of time, and thanks to the support of the home-owner it has surely built up a reputation all its own. The owner is none-other than S&M Bikes pro and legend Matt Beringer. Matt is a character that is actually just as unique as his backyard and that is part of the reason why his yard has become a go-to destination for BMX riders from all over the world. Needless to say, it’s been twelve years of good times and it’s all coming to a close as Matt needs to make some decisions on whether or not to try and keep the house. He is at the point where it’s getting to be more stress than it’s worth for him to keep up on without any support so he posted on his Facebook about putting the house up for sale soon. But first, he wanted to let everyone know that it is up for grabs shred-ready and as-is for $200,000. For any companies looking to invest in an amazing team house this is the opportunity of a lifetime. Located a half an hour out of Salt Lake City, Utah with neighbors that already know the deal and a yard that is ride-able as we speak it would be amazing to see a company step in and take it over. I caught up with Matt to break things down, fill everyone in on the exact details and let him speak his mind on the subject.
S&M Bikes dropped a few photos that Andrew McMullen shot of Mike Hoder’s bike for you to check out. I’m loving that translucent blue color! Take a peek!
S&M Bikes figured with Keith Hartwell’s new edit dropping on Friday, that it was a good time too drop his section from the “Salt Lake Shake” DVD online to warm you up for this guy. This guy knows how to kill it at the trails, roast some cement and blast a box jump. Take a peek!