Dillon Leeper is our man this month. Latest banner posted up celebrating the Push stem. Will you see him at the B-Cave Jam in Providence at the end of the month? Or the FBM DIY finals on October 20th? Thanks for the support, Dillon!
Steve Crandall remixed several of the FBM/Profile/QBMX Maiden America trips into another 5 minute mix. Where are we going next? Will we see you? Maiden America #5 in the works.
Profile’s BMX bros, Dillon and Shane Leeper bring the tech to cool and unique spots all over Richmond, VA and beyond. “Dillon and Shane rip. It’s always a pleasure getting to ride with these dudes. After a few weekend camping trips and cruising around Richmond, VA, we put the good times […]
The 9th in a short series of Profile re-cap edits titled “58 seconds.” This is Dillon Leeper Brakes back on, making due in the brick temps of RVA. Thanks for the support, Dillon!
Dialing it in with Profile’s Pro, Dillon Leeper. Age: 25 Hometown: Richmond, Va Favorite Spots: 1. Baltimore Street 2. Skatepark of Tampa 3. Laurel Street Skatepark vert ramp Frame: FBM Gypsy V3 Bars: Odyssey Lumberjack XL Stem: Profile Push Stem Forks: Odyssey R32 Grips: ODI Front Wheel: Profile Elite […]
Two Years ago we met up with Dillon Leeper to discuss his advantages of using the Profile ZCoaster. Now, two years later, we did a follow up and asked, overall, what do you like most about the hub? Check it and see… This will seal up our three part series […]
Over the next three weeks, we will be doing a total of three tutorials on the Profile ZCoaster. Up first, one of our rider’s perspectives… While riding with Dillon Leeper in Richmond, we decided to do a quick video on what he feels are the three advantages to using the […]
This past weekend was fast, Rays was really badass and like every trip, it came with some challenges. Chad Powers invited us on a rays trip with him and 10 other dudes. A few of the fellas were from the VA Beach area and the other half were from Richmond. […]
Stoked that Dig hosted our most recent team trip to Miami. Thanks to Grant Castelluzzo for editing, and thanks to him, Jeff Klugiewicz, Dillon Leeper, Jake Seeley, and Mark Mulville for making this a dialed and productive trip. Have a look, enjoy and share if you’d like. http://digbmx.com/videos/dig-x-profile-in-miami-2015
A common misconception is that you have to backpedal during a roll back to disengage the Profile Zcoaster In this video Dillon Leeper covers pretty much all aspects of the hub’s functioning. The simplicity of the mechanism: Pedal forward = engaged, Pedal backwards at any point = disengaged.