May 03 2016

Zach Rogers X FBM

Zach Rogers has been doing some FBM research and development.
Second banger in a month.
Get on it.

Main Filming by Phil Jones, assembled by Steve Crandall and Zach Rogers

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Apr 29 2016

Degroot and Deco’s Pac Ends.

Each Friday, Deco is doing a featured product/riding edit. Today Chad Degroot does a little handlebar scraping to show the Deco Pac ends.


100% USA materials and 7075 USA Materials machined at Profile Racing in Saint Petersburg, Florida.

USA style with the flush bolt design to clamp, not stab the bars, in polished look. Pac Man clamp is the way it should be to hold tight, thick to make the transition to grips smooth, and strong as all hell.

Weight: .7 oz or 20 grams each

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Apr 27 2016

Ricky Moseley: April Ups and Downs.

From the best part of the month, to the worst:

Every Wednesday the Vans park in HB opens the bowl to bikes all day for free. And bikes only!
So awesome!
It’s great to know that in going there I will run into all my friends and meet new ones as well!

So here’s some photos of those sessions of myself and Larry Edgar and Ross Lanier.

The worst part was that we lost a friend I met through shooting wave photos.
Brad Honda who passed earlier this month at 33 years old. He was one of the nicest people I’ve met through shooting photos and I hope everyone who he impacted (including myself) changed for the better.
His attitude was so loving and forgiving…he was also a big wave fanatic. He would go out on the biggest wave days and come up laughing.

Featured here, is a photo I got of him on about a 15 ft face wave he rode last summer. As you can tell he got destroyed once this wave closed out on him, but damn this wave was huge. I remember being so nervous watching it roll through…

-Ricky Moseley

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Apr 25 2016

Degroot: Epic Mash Up.

This is the last few years riding from Florida to Louisiana and Wisconsin. Even Indiana. Lots of instagram and FB which gets overlooked or skipped. Here is a mash up from street, park, and tons of flatland. Enjoy.

“Today I rode the best I have ridden in a long time. Once the session was done I sat down and thought I need more tricks. But the whole day I did my normal tricks and added some twists and extras to them. Took me a minute to realize I am moving on as of today. Decided to expand on these new twists from now on and my list of stuff to do is getting bigger. Another great day in many ways…42 years young and still learning and progressing with a smile. Thanks.”

-Chad D
#decobmx #bmx #flatland #ride

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Apr 22 2016

Mulville. Florida. Spring.

By this time of year in Florida, it can be pretty heated up already. We’ve been super lucky to have cool nights, and semi warm days lately, making riding that much better.
I spent my last few weeks pretty typical to my standards…. Bmx, adventure, surf, demos, ect.
One of the main instances that stands out, was RV camping for 4 days, while doing Bmx Trickstars demos at the Levy county fair. We spent our days riding bikes, cooking out on the grill, chatting about random nothing’s and just having fun.
Some other highlights were:
Riding Trey Jones house for a solid few hours, with him and his brother Jabe. Just simply fun. No trying to outdo each other, no bullshit, just good fun cruising with friends.
Also, any day in the woods, is a good day. I met up with some Matt Coplon and Jared Eberwein at the grapefruit trails, to film and shoot for a Dig Bmx / Profile piece were doing.
All in all, things have been pretty good!
Get out and ride!
 - Mark M.

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Apr 19 2016

Profile X Dig DIY Series Part #2: The Rooster Den

Welcome to second installment of our new Profile X DIG BMX DIY documentary Series.

Over the course of the year, the Profile crew will be hitting up a selection of DIY spots to document the story of their creation, maintenance, and perpetuation.

The Rooster Den is tucked into a historic neighborhood near downtown Saint Petersburg, Florida where Alan Shirley (owner) and his partner, Beth Jordan, invited us over for a session.
Let them walk you through the details of a slice of paradise created by thrown away pallets.

We hope you enjoy.

Riders: Riley Jordan, Mark Mulville, Alan Shirley, Steve Osgood and Matt Coplon.

Filmed by Matt Coplon and Mark Mulville. | Edited by Matt Coplon.

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Apr 18 2016

The Profile Nomad Freewheel Rear Hub is now Available!

– Available in either 3/8 or 15mm (like the Profile 15/20 Cassette Hubs, inserts are available to convert an existing 15mm to 3/8, however, in order to convert an existing 3/8 to 15mm, you would need a complete axle conversion kit).

– 36 hole only.

– Available in Polished, Black, Blue, Red, Gold, Green, Purple, and Aqua.

– Freewheel Not Included.

– Sold as a rear hub only.

– 3/8 comes standard with volcano cones, but upgrades (at no charge) are available for CrMo button head and 17mm hex bolts.

-Made in the USA!

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Apr 14 2016

Zach Rogers X Profile X Ride BMX

Surveyor by trade.
Weekend warrior by default.
Zach is a genuine dude with unyielding street skills.
Some would argue, a complete ape.

Make sure you check this.
Thank you Zach, for all you do.

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