• Apr 3, 2018

    EVENTS ARE IMPORTANT

    Do you want BMX to thrive? Then you should be aware that BMX needs support. Here is a quick rundown of how you can make a difference and be a BMX hero!

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    Do you want BMX to thrive? Then you should be aware that BMX needs support in order to have big events, sponsored rides, and everything else that goes with the large scale fun that reaches the masses. The masses are what help your favorite bike part get made, or for riders and brands to travel. Events and support make sure that BMX grows and keeps going so the next riders can enjoy it as much as you do. It doesn’t take much to support those who support you. Make sure you are buying from your local bike shop and the brands that are making an impact on you. Also, get involved - it can be as simple as a bunnyhop contest or a rail placed in front of the shop.

    How can events can make an impact, and keep everything moving in the right direction? E=mc2 stick with me for a second. E is energy, m is mass, c2 is speed of light times itself (in this case just speed). What does this have to do with BMX jams? Creating a BMX event brings energy to you. That is followed by a mass of BMXers (consumers). BMXers who then start spending at a speed faster than before the event. We were just at the Wheel Mill Winter Welcome Jam in Pittsburgh, PA. The event had no less than 300 people there that came from states away. The Wheel Mill has a shop that did very well over the weekend, and so did other shops in the area from the event. Want to put together a jam or event? We are here to help you with questions and even support for your event. (Have your local bike shop contact us!)

  • Mar 22, 2018

    Baco Jam 2018

    We had an amazing time out at Baco 2018 - a contest, jam, and general celebration of BMX in the Midwest! Be sure to check out the article the fine folks at Dig BMX just posted with words by Jeff Dowhen and photos by our own Ben Austin, Chris Rye, and Luke Mouradian

    Dig BMX Baco 2018

  • Mar 12, 2018

    Custom Build - Justin Brayton

    ​Justin recently built up a brand new FBM Steadfast frame to get ready for Spring! This USA-made frame was then complemented by a pretty classic assortment of parts that all came together to make a great looking bike build. All of the parts used are available to bike shops via QBP! Read more for some additional detailed photos and a full parts list.

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    Justin Brayton QBP BMX FBM Bike

    ​Full Parts List

    Available to bike shops via QBP

    Frame: FBM Steadfast 21”

    Fork: FBM CB4k 35mm

    Seat clamp: FBM Hose

    Seatpost: Eclat Torch 230mm

    Seat: Eclat OZ slim

    Headset: Cult Original – (Tall Cap- no spacers)

    Stem: Profile Push

    Bars: Animal Presidential

    Grips: WTP Hilt

    Crank: Odyssey Calibur 170mm

    Bottom Bracket: Odyssey 22mm

    Sprocket: Animal M5 28t

    Chain: Odyssey Bluebird

    Pedals: Eclat Slash PC

    Front Wheel: Odyssey Hazard Lite / Antigram Hub with guards

    Tire: Animal GLH

    Rear Wheel: Odyssey Hazard Lite/ Antigram 9t with guards

    Tire: Animal GLH

    Tubes: Q Tubes / Skull Valve Caps

  • Feb 23, 2018

    Frostbike 2018

    Another Frostbike is in the books. Bringing our BMX shops together with our vendors is one of the best feelings ever - we love what we do! Take a look at the event through the eyes of our fearless sales rep Justin. He starts out in his hometown of St. Louis, cruises through the event with our crew, and has a good time along the way. See you next year!

  • Feb 8, 2018

    Justin’s AZ Trip

    Justin took a trip to AZ to visit dealers, and get some laps on his new 22” bike in warmer weather. He visited a lot of great shops out there giving high fives and getting everyone pumped on BMX. It is very helpful for us when we can make a visit, so we know first-hand what is working for your shop. Justin was also able to make it to the BMX triple jump contest, where he ran into Radio rider Brian Fox, so it was a really fun trip!

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    • Rage Cycles
    • Unity Ride Shop
    • Brian Fox at the Triple Jump
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