Now THIS is what we’re talking about! Cody Pollard is now doing it for Terrible One down in Australia through LUX BMX! To celebrate and to make the announcement, this new video popped up showing EXACTLY why Cody was picked to represent T1. Pure style and big blasting airs! This is too damn good to pass up. Hit that play button and enjoy!
“If it’s high speed, big transition ripping, trail roasting action you’re after, you can’t get much better than the man behind the constant smile – Cody Pollard. He just landed his childhood dream sponsorship in the form of T1 – watch him tear it up just before the Lockdown hit and cut things short.” – DIG
“Most kids never realise their dream of being hooked up or riding for a team, let alone end up representing their all-time favourite company. Fortunately for Cody Pollard this is now his reality.
Cody is one of those riders that the whole park stops to watch. He wears a permanent smile that still stands out from 10 feet above coping. It’s hard to see Cody ride and not get pumped to pick up your own bike. Off the bike is the same story. You’ll be hard-pressed to find anyone as present, nonjudgmental and authentic. These things must have struck a chord with Joe Rich when he first met Cody at the Vans Pro Cup in Sydney and the rest is history.
We had grand plans to film a whole lot more for this video. After all, when you’re riding for your dream sponsor it adds a bit of pressure to make something really special. The virus lockdown in Australia had other plans though and with skateparks being off-limits for the foreseeable future, we decided to release what we’d filmed already. Enjoy.” – LUX BMX
Film and edit: Mitch Wood
Terrible One have re-released their T1 Pegs once again!
Here’s one for the Mid School guys! Terrible One have re-issued their classic T1 pegs that were real popular back in the day. These pegs are unique because they have a chromoly sleeve that is pressed over an aluminum core, kind of like how plastic pegs work these days, but a metal sleeve that is way more durable. They are 4″ long with a 1.5″ diameter (38mm) and come in 14mm and 3/8″ sizes. You can pick these up for about $20.99 each through BMX shops and mail-orders that carry Terrible One worldwide. Empire have them for example. Get the full details on these pegs straight from Terrible One…
“The T-1 pegs are back! And, this description of them from the early 2000s still rings true… The original T-1 peg lives on. The pegs are both light and fast due to its sleeved tubular design. Meaning, a chromoly sleeve has been pressed over an aluminum peg body to give the peg the best of both worlds. Its lightness and strength is derived from its aluminum body, but the hard chromoly sleeve is what is responsible for the speed when grinding. Not to mention that the aluminum tip make them cement skatepark friendly. Basically, they’re wicked awesome! Thanks to Maul’s Bike Shop for the photo!” – Terrible One
If some of you need a reminder of what the original pegs with the barcode logo and polished core…
What do you think? Do you have any comments? Let us know what you think in the comments below!
Joseph Frans never disappoints!
Here’s a fresh one Terrible One uploaded featuring Joseph Frans crushing it down in Texas at a few different parks and the old T1 ramp. This video was filmed about two years ago, but just made its way online now. That’s okay though, because style never goes out of style and Joseph brings a ton of that to the table. Get on that play button and enjoy!
“This footage of Joseph Frans is about 2 years old and was put together by Joseph’s good friend Josh Brown. Josh came to visit Austin on a few different occasions, and filmed Joseph a little bit from time to time. This vid is a little peek into his time spent here. It’s always so good to see Joseph ride no matter what year it is. Nothing but goodness right here.” – Joe Rich
Terrible One takes a look back at the history of the Ruben Alcantara frame, along with some classic ads and fun facts…
Now this is RAD! The guys at Terrible One put together this flipbook looking back at the history of the different Ruben Alcantara frames they have released over the years, with a ton of interesting facts and details you might not have known! This covers a lot of ground and will definitely remind a few of you mid school guys of things. Give it a flip through and take a peek. You won’t be disappointed!
“We put together a timeline of Ruben’s frames, and threw in his ad archive and some Ruben facts. Enjoy!” – Terrible One
Terrible One have a limited run of Cyclops stems available!
If you have been trying to get your hands on a Cyclops Stem from Terrible One, but you have had no luck since they seem to sell out almost immediately everywhere you look, then you are in luck! Terrible One currently have a few available in their ONLINE STORE in Black and Silver color options for $85.00.
“In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king. In the land of the stems, the Cyclops kinda rules too. This is meant to be a joke – we’re not that egotistical…
Reach: 2.087″ (53mm)
Rise Inverted: 0.4031″ (10.2mm)
Rise Top Load: 0.9094″ (23.1mm)
Thickness of Stem at Fork Steer Tube: 1.315″ (33.4 mm)
Bolts: Standard 5/16-18UNC Grade 8
Stem Body: 6061 Aluminum
Wedges: 7075 Aluminum
Colors: Black or Silver for life!
* If you live somewhere outside of the United States, email email@example.com for shipping rates.”
Get your hands on one over on the Terrible One Website now.
The annual pre-order for the ever popular Barcode frame has started!
It’s that time of the year again! Joe Rich has just announced that he is starting to take the 2017 Barcode pre-orders from you guys. As many of you know, this is the one time of the year you can guarantee that you will be getting a frame since most of these frames end up being pre-sold or sell out real quick if a shop or mail-order ends up getting a few. As always, you get your choice at 4 colors (Raw Gloss Clear, Black, Forest Green, Dark Burgundy are this years colors), top tube size (20.75″, 21″, 21.25″ and 21.50″) and brake mount options (welded on seat stay mounts and guides, removable chainstay mounts and guides or no mounts). The frames cost $395.00 + shipping and require $200.00 down on all pre-orders.
Get the full details on the 2017 Barcode Pre-Orders on the Terrible One Website or hit up Info@terribleone.com!
You know you love a good old fashioned Head Tube Badge!
The guys at Terrible One have just re-released two of their head tube badges and introduced a new one on top of that! They’re available as a Polished Original, Brushed Original and the new Polished T-1 for $25 a pop and can be ordered from the Terrible One webstore. These badges are hand made down in Australia and is a great accent piece to add to your Terrible One setup. Note, if you’re outside of the United States, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for shipping rates!
These head tube badges are limited edition, so if you’re trying to get your hands on one, you’ll want to get on this today.
Do you love head tube badges? Check out The Art of the Head Tube Badge where we take a look at a whole bunch of different badges from BMX brands.