“At the end of 2008, Mark Mulville sketched a rudimentary design on a napkin. He brought that napkin into the Profile machine shop and within a week, the Profile 40 load stem, now discontinued, was modified into a top load design that would, soon after, get the moniker “The Profile […]
In 2023 we’ll hit 15 years of Mark Mulville’s Profile Push Stem. In celebration, we asked Mark three questions regarding its inception, history and longevity. Thanks to Mark for decades of support! Enjoy!
Thanks to Our Bmx for this comprehensive video on the production of our Stems. Made in our factory in the US: Corey Alley takes you through the journey here. Thanks for the support.
I recently got the chance to heard back to Pittsburgh for long weekend of non stop bmx! We rode so much in 3 days that by the last day, I could barely move…But in no way was it a bad thing! While in the Burgh, my buddy Bobby and I […]
2019 marks a decade of the Mulville Push Stem.To Celebrate, Profile helped Mark get back to Pittsburgh (the city that inspired the stem) to film with Bobby Valentine upon the release of the first of several VERY limited Push stems throughout the year. First up, the Push “Pirate” colorway.22 (11 […]
2008 was a pivotal follow up to 2007. One component paved the way for a near future staple, the other stepped up to the podium beside the classic 19mm Profile Race Cranks and Profile Mini Hubs as being one of our most popular/iconic of all time. Let’s start with Madera. […]
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!
Our staple stem for almost 10 years strong. Need info on the Mulville Push Stem? We got you covered. Everything you need to know is here: