Now that Winter is finally over (for most of you) and the sun is deciding to finally show itself, it’s time to get outside and hit the streets. Wearing pads always will come down to what you feel is right for you, but then being a protection brand, we obviously will always try to promote the use of pads and protective equipment in BMX, especially with street riding.
Here are 5 reasons why you should probably look into padding up before heading out of the door this weekend and sending yourself down the nearest 20 stair.
We’re delighted to welcome Tomass Grinbergs to the FUSE Protection family through our Baltic distributor Par BMX in Latvia. Here’s what the guys at Par BMX had to say about Tomass now repping FUSE over there.
“Tomass Grinbergs has been steadily killing the Baltic’s contest scene for years now and it seemed like a perfect fit to have him as part of the PARBMX team and represent that kind of skatepark riding. He was rocking Fuse gear even before we became the distributors for the brand, so naturally, it made sense to have him rep the brand locally.” – Toms Sillns
Tomass is an absolute ripper on a bike and we can’t wait to see more of him this year.
Photo: Arthur Sadovsky
Oh man Larry Edgar kills it in this. How he gets that extra 4ft on every transition he touches baffles us.
We were blown away by the “Heads Up” helmet show that the guys at QBP were showing off at their annual Frostbike show this weekend in Minneapolis. They gave some of their staff the task of customizing our Alpha Helmets and the results are amazing!
The big wheelers out there will have noticed our ECHO 100 and ECHO 75 pads in the latest “World of MTB” product guide. Featuring full or half length shin protection and SAS-TEC technology, more and more MTB riders are realising the advantages of riding in FUSE pads, and were stoked on that.
Tom lsted literally going to the moon in his latest video part for Mongoose. That caveman is unreal….
Kriss Kyle putting our ALPHA Gloves to the test in this awesome new episode from Redbull on Youtube.
Through the eyes of one of the most creative riders in the game.
Tom Isted killing it out in Canada with Drew B. This is rad, check it out HERE.