Brands I Rep

Azonic
Sponsorship
Use Products: Gear, Pants, Pedals
Want Products: Helmets, Gloves, Protection, Handlebars
Azonic Outlaw Wheels - 26" - 20mm thru front, 150mm spacing rear. I've used my pair of Outlaws for three seasons. I've shuttled, raced and pounded the living daylights out of them, and aside from needing some general maintenance on the bearings, they are rock solid and have performed beyond my expectations. They've surived one 12 hour downhill race, and served as back up at another, where I ended up mounting them and riding half of that race. Hubs have held up solid for three years. Rim diameter is right on, so mounting most tires is not a hassle excpet for the tightest wire beads, and they do not pinchflat your tubes very easy like some other rims out there. They are as strong, or stronger than any wheel out there, highly recommended. Going to try them on my 29er next!
ODI Grips
Sponsorship
Use Products: Equipment
Want Products: Apparel, Handlebars
Ruffian Grips! Perfect, love the lock on set up too.
ODI Grips
Sponsorship
Use Products: Equipment
Want Products: Apparel, Handlebars
Ruffian Grips! Perfect, love the lock on set up too.
Globe Shoes
Sponsorship
Replay XD
Sponsorship
Want Products: Cameras, Accessories, Cams, Tools, Media, Consumer Products
JT RACING USA
Athlete Support
Use Products: Gloves
Want Products: Apparel, Hats, Jerseys, Hoodies, T-Shirts, Pants
Lifeline Gloves. First tried these when I was youngin' about 20 years ago for bmx, I didn't know any better, just thought they looked cool. Now, a "seasoned rider" I have again found the Lifeline gloves, and they're better than I remember. Light. Fit is perfect. The palm material is thick, burly but not numbingly so. Aesthetically it's still the coolest glove I've seen. Performance-wise, it does what its supposed to, feels great, not too hot, and quite durable.
JT RACING USA
Athlete Support
Use Products: Gloves
Want Products: Apparel, Hats, Jerseys, Hoodies, T-Shirts, Pants
Lifeline Gloves. First tried these when I was youngin' about 20 years ago for bmx, I didn't know any better, just thought they looked cool. Now, a "seasoned rider" I have again found the Lifeline gloves, and they're better than I remember. Light. Fit is perfect. The palm material is thick, burly but not numbingly so. Aesthetically it's still the coolest glove I've seen. Performance-wise, it does what its supposed to, feels great, not too hot, and quite durable.
Bell Helmets
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Use Products: Helmets
Want Products: Protection
EKS Brand
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sixsixone
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