• Sep 23, 2020


    Dan Kruk‘s WeThePeople Network frame is a direct reflection of his riding style—as any signature frame should be, right? Hard 540’s… they’re still going to be, well, hard, but with a the steep 75.5 headtube and 12.5″ chainstay this bad boy will help you get there. 2.5″ tires your preference? No worries, thanks to the invest casted yoke/wishbone, wide tire clearance is no issue. Love them long locked-in grinds… the 6mm thick “hang free” dropouts which sit just under the peg/guard, prevent the dropout from “hanging” or catching on grinds. Hit play and listen to Dan give a rundown of his Network frame and more while Grant Castelluzzo builds up a fresh one. Then stick around for the session…

  • Jul 13, 2020

    Felix Prangenberg Video Bike Check

  • May 20, 2020

    Zach Ozment Eclat bike check

    Our friend Zach Ozment has a bike check with Eclat and you get to see him shred the streets! 

  • Apr 16, 2020

    New Grips from ODI!

    The Longneck SLX series features ODI's Signature “Soft Compound” in a new 160mm length - available now through QBP.   These grips are available in 8 colors, so you have lots of options to choose from and customize the look of your shop wall (and bike).  The Longneck has become an icon in BMX, and is a preferred choice by many of the world’s top athletes.  Grab some now!

    Authorized Dealers - click here to order

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    Have you ever wondered how a BMX grip is made? Check out this video from ODI and Our BMX for a tour of their production floor!

  • Mar 18, 2020


    As some of you may have heard, Éclat team rider Sean Burns is currently in hospital after a horrific fall while riding leaving him with some very serious injuries, including a broken spine. Sean has had surgery and is now recovering but there is a long road ahead for him and he needs all the support possible with medical bills and rehab.

    Sean is a lifelong BMX rider, a true pioneer of the sport and has dedicated his whole life to pushing and growing BMX. What we can do now as a community is helping him get back to where he needs to be.

    A Go Fund Me link has been set up by the guys at BoneDeth and you can read more about Sean's situation there. In the meantime please go to Sean's Instagram page and show him some love & support through this time.


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