Head over to the ESPN website to check out an interview with Tree Bicycle Co.‘s Nathan Parker about the direction of the brand. It sounds like they will be announcing another addition to the team here shortly. I can’t even begin to imagine who it might be.
Tree took on the challenge of keeping the JoMoPro alive after they decided to only do a flatland contest this year. This is the St. Louis, Missouri Pro that they threw down for. Looks like it was a good turn out and a good time to me! Awesome.
“Plan Nine skatepark in Saint Louis, Missouri threw this contest with the help of Tree Bicycle co. I went through three hours of tailwhip and barspin footage to bring you this highlight reel. These guys killllled it!
video by John Andrus
second camera: Chuck Dodge”
All photos by Ryan Stark
Shortly after announcing the Tree Bicycle Co. would be discontinuing their production of frames to benefit their team riders, it was announced the Bobbie Altiser had joined the Colony team. Right around that time, it was hard to go a day without footage of Bobbie popping up in one of the edits coming from California. We figured with so much going on lately that it would be a good time to find out what’s new. So let’s check out what he had to say!
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Name: Bobbie Altiser
Well, here it is already Saturday again. So that means it’s probably a good time to take a look at 5 products from a few of your favorite brands. Find out more about the Colony Living frame, Madera‘s new Topload stem, Subrosa‘s 2013 Malum complete bike, Eclat‘s Onyx cranks and Tree Bicycle Co.‘s Lite Spline Drive sprocket. Let’s take a closer look at this weeks Edition of Products:!
Since the JoMo Pro changed things up, it looks like Tree have put in some work to make a fresh event happen in its place. Check out some words about the news and make your way to the contest if you can!
“Tree Bicycle Co. presents the first annual STL MO PRO BMX Park contest. After Autumn Ramp Park in Joplin, MO announced early this year they will no longer be holding their annual JoMoPro BMX Park contest we contacted them and worked out a transfer of the event to Plan Nine Skatepark in St. Louis, MO. JoMoPro has long been one of the biggest independent BMX contests in the US and we wanted to make sure the event was not lost. We have worked hard to put together the best possible event in the short time we had available and hope we can continue the tradition that was JoMoPro. Please visit www.plan-nine.net for more info.
Casey Otto, Plan Nine Skatepark, firstname.lastname@example.org”
Head on over to the Colony site to check out Bobbie Altiser’s fresh new setup. Front brake magic! Unit of sturdiness.