“Andres Lainevool was invited to participate in a contest called Oslo Games – part of the UpNorth Tour of BMX events, which includes comps in Latvia, Estonia, Denmark, Finland, and Sweden. He hopped on a flight after the Simple Session in Tallinn and headed straight to Oslo, Norway. The contest was pretty laid back and other riders threw down hard. Andres kept it very consistent and stomped a 540 whip for his last trick. he was rewarded with a 4th place finish and an amazing experience. Not bad for a weekend’s work. Behold: Awesome Highlights from Oslo Games | Let The Good Times Roll with Andres Lainevool, Ep. 2”
We are proud to announce that Jake Wallwork from Australia is the newest mutantbikes member to join the crew. He is a machine and a really nice mate. You’ll have the opportunity to see Jake shredding at the Nitrous Circus tour all around Australia this month. He is working on the welcome edit to drop after the Nitrous tour. Give him a follow on instagram to stay tuned @jakewallwork
Check this video from EpicTV of our mate Andres Lainevool with some good crazy stuff. Here is the EpicTV words and video.
“Let The Good Times Roll is a series that follows Mutant Bikes, Vans, and Rite.se rider Andres Lainevool, as he travels the world riding his BMX. The first episode showcases the Estonian’s skills in a newly-rebuilt skatepark in Riga, Latvia. Keep your eyes peeled for the sick 900 in the quarterpipe. Andres Lainevool Stomps Crazy 900 in Latvia | Let The Good Times Roll with Andres Lainevool, Ep. 1”
Our last addition “Friend team” rider Mathias Augris has a bike check at SoulBMX magazine go check it by the link bellow.
Yeah! Petr Andreev and Jonas Bern have been testing the new frame line that will be available only for the end of this year. We call this frame IMPERADOR and we change a lot of things sine the 1st Evo2six we made. Jonas is testing the DISCO so stay tuned to check his bike soon.
So the Imperador 26″ was designed to use rigid or suspension fork and it is the 1st frame out with integrated dropouts technology, we decided to made it with investment casting to have a better look in the frame and to get more room to adjust the wheel in a very small dropouts.
Toptube and downtube now have an internal gusset instead the regular gusset we made before in the down tube, it makes the frame stronger without sacrificing the tubing when its welded. Seat stay bridge with Imperador logo, chain stay bridge instead a gusset that we used before in the Evo2six. This frame feel even better to ride and is a bit lighter than previous models. Thanks for the photos to Ruben Vigil (riding) and Ivan Andrianov (bike)