Profile Racing’s Legacy: Week 30, 1998.

1996/1997 got Profile’s gears turning to start churning out a gamut of up-to-date freestyle parts. Although those two years were pivotal for re-initiation, 1998 saw one part that we can safely say changed the course of freestyle bmx: the LHD Cassette Hub. Years prior to this, ACS made a LHD […]

August 9, 2018

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Profile Racing’s Legacy: Week 25, 1993.

The Trifan Becometh! In 1993, Corey Alley decided to add a second solid chainwheel to Profile’s gamut. Having a low-rider S-10 with 3-spoke, directional wheels, he was inspired to design Profile’s Trifan Sprocket. This was the first sprocket manufactured by Profile using a 3-axis mill, which was able to produce […]

July 3, 2018

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Profile Racing’s Legacy: Week 23, 1991.

The Profile Ripsaw sprocket is born. At this point in bmx, there were few 1-piece, solid race chain wheels available. Most bikes utilized the spider / chainring combo. Based on a steel sprocket design from the 50’s, Corey Alley designed the Profile Ripsaw. From on a hand rendering, Corey used […]

June 18, 2018

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