Sep 14, 2017

Maiden America FBM Profile Racing

‚ÄčThe Maiden America tour kicked off this year at FBM headquarters. Then loaded up FBM and Profile Racing riders on the bus, in vans and cars and hit the road. The crew met new people, found spots, went to bike shops and a lot of fun!

‚ÄčThe Maiden America tour kicked off this year at FBM headquarters. Then loaded up FBM and Profile Racing riders on the bus, in vans and cars and hit the road. The crew met new people, found spots, went to bike shops and a lot of fun!

Noah Oliver came from PA to throw his feet off at FBM.
Noah Oliver came from PA to throw his feet off at FBM.

FBM had an open house to kick off the Maiden America tour, this brought in people from all over. Some ramps were set up for everyone to enjoy and a demo of the machine shop were given. It was really cool to see a frame built with all the steps it takes to be complete.

Getting the tubes ready befor they are welded together.
Getting the tubes ready before they are welded together.
This frame was built up right in front of us. John Corts, Steve Crandall, John Lee

After the open house we starting hitting up different spots. The great thing about trips like this is that you have more then just riding. We of course did find some amazing spots along the way.

A real fun bond fire with the entire crew.

The Cran Man at high speed through a corner that just got cleared minutes before.
Luke Pedals was at most of the stops on the trip and was heckled by Crandall. Luke did this whip at Meseroll that kept Crandall silent for about 5 seconds.
Matt Coplon was non stop action! When not taking photos, getting everyone hyped, dong work for Profile Matt was riding everything.
Matt Coplon was non stop action! When not taking photos, getting everyone hyped, dong work for Profile Matt was riding everything.