Apr 17 2014

New Profile “Wing P” Shirts in Stock

New Profile “Wing P” Logo Tee’s now in stock.

We just added three new logo tees for Spring.

100% cotton with water based print.

Available in S/M/L/XL

Black base with white print.

Army Green base with black print.

Navy base with grey print.

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Apr 16 2014

Mike Saavedra’s Rig Check

Frame : Deluxe PA 21” made in the USA by solid
Fork S&M pitch for xlt
Bar: Deluxe welcome bar 8.7
Barends: Deluxe
Stem: PROFILE Push 53mm
Grip: ODI long necks
Cranks: PROFILE race cranks 170s
Sprocket: PROFILE spline drive 28t
Pedals: Fit mac
Chain: KMC hollow pin
Bottom Bracket: PROFILE
Seat: PROFILE fat
Post: S&M
Tires: KHE Dirt front and back
Rims: Sun Bigballer 36h front and back
Hubs: Red PROFILE Elites w/9t ti driver
Extra: Head tube sticker came from one of the best melons I have ever had while Spain last summer.






Bike check photo shot by me, riding shots captured by PomPom

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Apr 15 2014

Ricky Moseley and the Boozer Jam

The 2nd annual Mike “boozer” Brown Jam at sheep hills was this past Sunday. There were a ton of riders there from old skool to mid skool to new skool it’s been running good at sheep since the rains came and all the locals have been keeping them groomed for this jam to help raise support for Boozer. Riders included Shaun Butler, Hucker, Kris Fox, Alan Foster, Victor Salazar, Alex Landeros, Danny Josa and many more. Here’s a few shots I got of me from Bryan Decker. Stoked I ended up pulling some different 180 combos over the jump called “Tits.” Thanks to everyone who helped out and made it happen!

180 tuck no-hander

180 tailwhip

360 table

Indian air in Alex Landeros face (:

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Apr 14 2014

Profile Saber Sprockets: Now Available

The Profile “Saber” is a unique sprocket that takes a universal adapter insert making it work with both 19mm and 22mm bolt on and splined driven cranks.

Here’s how it works:

A. Choose a Saber sprocket

-Options for freestyle: 25, 28, 30, 33t in 1/8 inch teeth, black only.
-Options for Race: 36 through 45t in 3/32, black only.
***The race versions do not have extra spider bolt holes and will only work with the 19mm and 22mm Spline Drive Inserts.

B. Choose a Saber insert

-19mm Bolt Drive
-19mm Spline Drive
-22mm Bolt Drive
-22mm Spline drive

–Made from 7075 aluminum
–Laser etched finish
–Black only

Available Now!



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Apr 11 2014

Profile’s CRANK IT! Contest

Here at Profile, we get quite a few emails asking for advice on what cranks would work best for a rider’s application. It’s sometimes a difficult decision considering we make 5 different style cranks arms, in 10 different crank arm lengths, with 2 different size spindle options.

When recommending cranks, we usually ask the rider what style riding they do, their size and weight. Each of these factors can contribute to what might work best for them. To go further, we usually site what our rider’s current set-ups entail.

So, to visualize what each of our riders’ prefer, here’s a contest to match up:

1. The Rider’s Crank Photo (ex. A, B, C, etc.) with
2. the Crank Arm Style and Size (ex. 1, 2, 3, etc.)

Answers should look like (letter – number) M-12

Please send your entries to me, matt @ profileracing.com (no spaces).
The deadline is Friday, April 18th at 4PM (Eastern Time). Only one entry per person please.

All correct entries will be put into a pool, and the one randomly selected will win our newly released Saber Sprocket.

The Profile Sabre sprocket is designed to take a press piece that will adapt it to any 19mm (spline drive or bolt on) or 22mm (spline drive or bolt on) 48-splined spindle.

Thanks for the support and good luck. Now click on the crank collage to get started.

-Matt

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Apr 10 2014

Mulville in Albuquerque

Another success at good times on the Subrosa Albuquerque, New Mexico team trip!
ABQ had way too many good spots that it would take you weeks and weeks to hit even half of them….
We rode crazy ditches, parks and loads of wild street set ups.
Riding wise, my trip was short since I fell the first day and couldn’t ride for like 5 days… But even riding only half the trip I still got to cruise so many amazing things!
Besides riding, we took a trip up in the mountains to the hot springs in jemez Indian reservation. It was super cool because on the climb up to the springs, it started snowing, so we were definitely looking forward to heating up in the hot water.
Over all (even with getting hurt) it was such a rad time!
Here’s a few photos from various people during the good times.

My house – Kyle hart

Mountain view hip tuck – Johnny ice

Full pip carve photo – Austin bonner

Sunset silhouette – Wes McGrath

Look back double ditch – Kyle hart

Team shot – Ryan Sher

Ditch wall ride – Kyle hart

Mountain ride view – hoang tran

Heading to the hot springs after a snow storm- Hoang Tran

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Apr 09 2014

Profile Escape Park Tour Edit #2

Profile Escape Park Tour #2 from TBR BMX on Vimeo.

This was the last day of the #ProfileEscapeParkTour.
We woke up early after a 3-1/2 hour drive from South Florida, fitting in a session with the East Coast locals before a giant storm engulfed Florida.
Pretty interesting split mid day: It went from 80 degrees before noon, to 40 degrees after.
Check the clothing change.
Typical Florida.
“This is the second of two edits I’ve put together celebrating a five day road trip I hated to see come to an end. And, one of several edits to come for this year as we travel, capturing whatever random events/riding go down.
Looking forward to more of this over the course of the year.
To gallons of coffee, late night drives, shitty gas station food, delirious conversations …to bmx and the friendships involved.
Enjoy.”
Thanks to the Profile crew: Mulville, Castelluzzo, and Degroot for making this a dialed five days total.
Thanks to all of our friends for meeting us along the way for some dialed sessions.
Clips from Rick Price, Jackson Whaley, Nick Smarjesse, Shaun Gomez, Adam LZ, Josh and Jake Haygood, Alex Tate, and the legend: Mike McQueen.
Looking forward to next year.
Check out pictures from the trip on Instagram at #profileescapeparktour
–Matt Coplon

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Apr 08 2014

Saavedra April Update

Its that time of year again, Spring is finally here! And the trails have had a study flow of visitors. With the bench on a whole new level this year, its been rad to see guys from all over the world coming to shred. BlueBench has seen some of its best bluegroves this session. And I can’t thank everyone enough for all the help. This is what makes trails different from the rest, the brotherhood of the shovel.

Here are just a few of those moments captured by Pom Pom this last week.

Justin Henninger is badass doode on and off his bike.

Sal, luke the trail dog, Jake, me, justin, luna the other trail dog, and pom poms girl, cline checking the weather for the next day. But not to worry, it was 72 and sunny

Is it hump day yet?

Sal being Sal and killing it!

Last photo by Franck Duflo. Group shot of the french connection

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Apr 07 2014

Jared April News

It’s been about a year and a half now since I shot this photo with Jeff K, we were on trip in Tulsa,OK. That was set to put us at Texas Toast, which was my first time to both places, and or contest as well. I had no idea so many amazing spots would be in a city I’ve never heard of before. Matt Coplon was responsible for making this awesome trip happen, thanks again my dude! I think it was about the third day of riding, we pulled up to this rail hop, which was pretty much a perfect setup. It was kind of under a little bit of over hang from the roof, which felt like your head was definitely going to hit, but it was kind of a mind thing. We rode it for a bit, and Matt had mentioned that he wanted to bar it, we were excited and we motivating him for it. I think he tried to throw in the towel, but I told him, “if I tailwhip it, you bar it?!” he agreed. I was damn nervous to call myself out on that, but was something I was going to be excited to land. My first attempt was a weird one, tailwhip was in my face, front end high, but I didn’t hit the rail. Next one I knew I had to lean over the bars like you would normally do an a whip. Went for that, and I kick the bike straight into the rail, sending me flying, this slowly turned into my scariest tailwhip that I’ve ever tired. Terrified of what just happened, I got up and I was surprisingly fine, knowing that I had to keep trying it. Battling my thoughts in my head trying to figure out what I needed to do and what not to do. I knew I needed to wait a bit before I kick the tailwhip, which was really hard because thats just not a normal feeling for me to start one out. Went for it again, barely braising the rail, still allowing the bike to rotate for motion. Frustrated, go back and get ready for it again, going for it, running all the steps in my head. Everything worked out great, but I didn’t put my damn last foot on. Screaming in my head, “AHHHHH why can’t I be done with this already!!!!” I was o scared of this I just wanted it over, and I couldn’t just walk away after all this effort I was pouring into this. Finally, I think it was about the fifth attempt, it was kind of slow motion. I saw the whip coming around, and I knew I was putting both feet on, thats just what I did! Conquered the scariest tailwhip of my life”

Profile Racing Tulsa 2012- TCU Exclusive from Profile Racing on Vimeo.

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Apr 05 2014

#polarsessions Four Seasons

By Sunday, we were all pretty exhausted. Another 6 hour drive through the Tundra to meet up at 5pm at Four Seasons, Milwaukee. Basically, our second home.

Thanks to Neil for all his support of the Milwaukee bmx scene. Thanks to Dan Bogard as well for being a kick ass shop keeper.

After riding for a couple hours, we sat back and hung out with the crew, mostly shooting photos of everyone absolutely killing it.

Thanks to everyone for an awesome trip…we’ll see you for a very condensed weekend next winter.
#polarsessions

Dan Kruk: Superman up the step up.

Glenn Salyers is an animal. Up rail to over bar.

Jake Whitney and his family are truly awesome. Grizz over the second box.

Jake again, no-footed can with help from Greg Dickson’s flash.

Joe Battaglia: 3 dip up the step up.

Nathan Halahan: Whip at height.

Brandon Schill: No-footed can.

Glenn again. Hand Plant up the step up.

Glenn again and again. No footed over peg grab.

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