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It has been nothing short of an incredible 8 years riding for @volumebikes , but today i am here to announce that I will no longer be a part of their team in 2020. I would like to take this time to thank @Briancastillo and La Wong for the never ending support as well as the opportunity to grow with them during our time together! Thank you to all my teammates for the camaraderie and non-stop laughs over the years, y’all will always be family despite this change.
It’s a new year, and with that being said, it means we’ll be seeing some sponsor changes happening. Some will be pretty predictable, others unexpected, some will end on good terms, others on bad. Today we found out that Broc Raiford has decided to step down from the Volume Bikes team after 8 years with the brand. Fortunately it looks like, despite it being pretty unexpected outside of Broc and Volume, things ended on real good terms and both sides had nothing but good things to say. You can check out Broc’s post about the news above and Volume’s down below…
Now, the question is… Where is Broc heading? The first that comes to mind is Sunday with his long time sponsor Odyssey being an obvious reason why that would work. However, there are a handful of other brands Broc would fit with like Fit, Cult or even possibly Kink. Another more obvious option would be BSD with the closer relationship that Full Factory have with them over in the U.K and here in the U.S now. Personally leaning toward Sunday or BSD, but we’ve been surprised before. We’re sure we’ll be finding out sooner than later.