Breathing is something we take for granted even though it’s something we are constantly doing every second of every day. Breathability is something we take very seriously when we are creating our range of protection, we know very well that the needs of a BMX rider or MTB rider can be very specific but one thing is for sure, you do not want to wear pads that feel like they are sucking the life out of you.
Wow. Unreal. Kriss kills it in this.
FUSE proudly welcomes French MTB sensation Nicolas Terrier to the team through the fine folks at Frenchy’s Distribution. When not killing it at contests, Nicolas can be found in the woods working on something wild to throw at the next one…
Filmed and edited by Guillaume Kolly.
While everyone else is sleeping, Kriss Kyle is making the hardest of tricks look insanely easy. Shot and filmed at 3 a.m in Unit 23, Dumbarton, Scotland by Cal Earnshaw – this is Nocturnal.
Photo: Matt Cordova
When you think of huge airs, ultimate style and total abandonment for any kind of safety then you might think of Larry Edgar. His traditional big and flowing riding style is so refreshing these days and we are very proud to welcome him to the team. Larry is working on his welcome video as we speak, and you can bet it’s going to be a wild one. If you aren’t already, make sure you’re following Larry on Instagram HERE.
Thomas is one of the best all-round riders. There is nothing he can not ride. We are proud to welcome him to the FUSE team.
FUSE is excited to announce the addition of skatepark sensation Leeton Kleingeld to the FUSE Worldwide crew through BMX International in Australia.
We’ve been huge fans of Leeton’s exciting blend of technical and creative riding for a while now, and couldn’t be more excited to have him part of the family and repping FUSE down under. Look out for more from Leeton and FUSE in the very near future, and in the mean time go follow him on Instagram, and if you somehow didn’t see his incredible new video part he dropped a few weeks back we highly suggest you have a watch as a taster of what is to come from…
It doesn’t matter what you ride, because at some point when riding a BMX bike you’re going to hit the side of your ankle, and it’s going to hurt like hell. Despite this unwanted pain, many riders don’t protect their ankles because they feel that wearing pads compromises the way they ride and that it feels uncomfortable.
The FUSE ALPHA Ankle Protectors are designed to fit slimly over your sock and under your shoe, without causing any discomfort. Available as a pair, these smart little pads will allow you to ride in total confidence, without making you feel like you’re wearing a suit of armour down there.
Here at FUSE we are excited to give you a first look at our new ALPHA Glove that will be released later this year. This is our slimmest, best fitting glove yet. The ALPHA model is the end result of over a year of serious testing and development with Kriss Kyle and the rest of the FUSE team.
Listening to the team and designing product’s specifically for the needs of the riders is one of the core principals that FUSE was born out of. Back in 2003, when the guys at Wethepeople wanted slimmer, better fitting pads, they decided that they would just make their own. After spending some time with the team and working off their input on what makes a good pad, they carefully re-searched the best materials and manufacturing methods possible, and shortly after the first FUSE pads came into existence.