Francisco Jimenez is an Orlando local that has been getting some support from Sparkys for a while. Take a look at his well ridden rig comprised of all Shadow and Subrosa goods. The riding clips in here are pretty chill by his standards, but be on the lookout for more from him in the future.
Interbike is just a few hours away from kicking off, but it seems that Sparky’s just couldn’t take the wait any longer and leaked two pictures that include a number of new, interesting products. No doubt our fearless leader Kurt will get the scoop for us very soon, but for now check out these pictures and get excited! Shadow’s new cranks, a separate mounted sprocket guard, and Supreme chain is what the photo above is about, while below Subrosa shows off what might be the most unorthodox bar design since the Powerlite Power Bend bars. Things are about to get interesting, fast!
“Sparky’s is proud to welcome Orlando’s own Josh Meadows to the sales team! Josh is 26 years old and has been involved in BMX for the last 15 years. He’s one of the most active spot hunters in all of Florida, and also has a yard full of ramps & dirt jumps – you can follow his exploits on Instagram at @thevoid_, and check out some clips here.
Josh will be handling the following states: FL, GA, AL, MS, TN, NC, SC, KY, IN, IL, WI, MN, IA, MO, AR, TX, OK, KS, NE, SD, ND, MT, WY, CO, NM, UT, ID, WA, AK & HI. Josh can be reached at ext. 110, and his email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. He’s begun making the rounds this week, so if you haven’t received an introductory call or email, you will soon!” – Sparky’s
I don’t think I’ll ever get tired of Bone Deth edits. Sketchy women and gnarly riding, how could you go wrong? This time around Colt Fake clips up in Hastings, UK and in his home turf of Orlando, FL to promote his signature frame. If it’s tough enough for a man mad like Colt, it should keep you rolling for a very long time.
Francisco Jimenez is probably not a name that you are familiar with quite yet. I expect that in the years to come, however, that will be far from the case. When I first met him, he was just learning some of the basic tricks/skills. Now, only a few years later, he’s doing this stuff. Sparky’s has begun to help him out, so clearly I’m not the only one that sees his potential. Remember, you heard about him here first.
“The plan was simple:
Take a few riders from each of our three major brands, stick them in a van, and head to Austin for the Texas Toast Jam. In between we would have fun, party, and film a bangin’ edit.
Filmed and edited by Ryan Chadwick”
You can find the link to the contest here.