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Nico Cambon welcome edit

We are proud to announce that good people love to ride our products and be a part of a friends group that ride bikes with same passion. Nico is from France and is our last addition on the crew, he collected some great clips for this welcome edit with so many amazing spots that he explored over France. A chill video with good street is what you can see after the play. Enjoy!!
Filmed by: Simon Cassol and Clément Bellou
Edited by himself: Nicolas Cambon

Welcome Nicolas Cambonn!!

Welcome Nicolas Cambonn!!

We recently added a new member to the Mutant family. We welcome the French street killer, Nicolas Cambonn, who will represent our brand in France in 2018 and following ones. Nicolas has the BMX in his vein and he likes to explore spots, that’s all we like in the BMX community, Ride for Fun !!

Daniel Peñafiel trip to Malaga

Daniel Peñafiel down to Malaga/ Spain to enjoy good times with his friends and film for his new edit. He has been without brakes lately and is enjoying it a lot, because now he goes full speed and higher to everything.
Check this out and you’ll see, full speed to the ramps, dirts, trails and always with a really nice style.

25th anniversay of the Mini FATJAM

We are proud to support the 25th anniversay of the Mini FATJAM this year. Here is the press release for you can have all the details about the Jam, don’t miss it and you’ll be able to win many MutantBikes prizes.

Back in 1990 we were happy to see that the local council had given us a place to ride our bikes in the dirt. That place at De Valkendijk needed some work and in April we invited over some friends for a session to open up the outdoor season. That turned out to be the first Mini FATJAM, the little brother of the summer edition of the annual FATJAM that started a few years before that. Anyway, fast forward 25 years and the dirt spot at De Valkendijk is still there being used by the BMX locals all year. Two days out of the year it’s time to prepare the jumps a little better for the visitors. This year the season opener will take place on March 28th, the 25th edition of the Mini FATJAM.

Once again the happening will be free for all BMX riders. You show up and you ride whatever you want to ride. The small roller lines, the bigger line, the killer jump, some flatland on the grass, or the 040BMX Airbag that will be up for everyone to enjoy. It’s time to ride BMX on March 28th and we’ve got more goodies than ever before so leaving Aarle-Rixtel without some sort of prize is next to impossible as long as you’re joining the riding session at the Sugar Hills Trails.

When the jam is over, part two of the event starts: The Afterparty! We’re in Mooon’s hometown and they’ve just released their new CD so a gig by them is more than likely going to happen onSaturday 28 March.

What: Mini FATJAM, 25th edition.
Where: Sugar Hills Trails, Aarle-Rixtel, Netherlands
Why: For the good times
When: March 28th 2015. Starts at 13:00hr. Session ends at 18:00hr. Then the afterparty will start.
Who: BMX fans from all over who like Bikes, Beers, & Bitches.

Twitter: FATJAM
Hashtag: #minifatjam

Make sure you have a place to stay for the night of March 28th. Here’s an option: (Camping, B&B) or check any of the online booking sites for anything that suits you and your company.MFJ25

Petr Andreev testing the Imperador

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)



QBP Frost Bike 2013

Every years in February QBMX our distributor in USA make their own trade show to give the opotunity to the people can touch and check some new products. We didn’t had our own booth, but they show all our stuff and Kurt from BMX Union made a great coverage of all the brands, also Ride BMX made a good coverage that you can see over the links I left. For more details contact QBMX on Facebook or Instagram or by the phone at Follow them.


Mutantbikes Owl Hubs | Fe-Male and Sliding System

We designed and developed the Fe-Male system to maintain the look of a female hub with the possibility to use pegs without bending axles or breaking bolts.
With the Fe-Male axle, you can use 14mm pegs, but if you don’t use pegs, you just need to put the spacer washers.
To tighten the hub is very simple, just adjust the wheel by hand on both sides, make sure the axle is minimally centered and then give the final tightening with a tool in just one side, it will be properly tightened because the axle slides from one side to the other.

The advantages of the Fe-Male axle are:
Easy to tight
One single axle for a male or female hub

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