Alex Barton-Holme a.k.a. Alex L.Z. a.k.a. Fathead is #goals. As much as we enjoy watching him ride his bike, this scooter edit was pretty sick. Hey Alex L.Z. if your YouTube channel blows up maybe you could ask your fans if they could use some custom bars?
Why would an Austin, Texas-based shop and mailorder like EMPIRE BMX bother associating with a loudmouth lad from the UK like Fathead? Good question, probably for the same reasons we do… everyone loves a good LOL!
We happen to enjoy Alex Barton-Holme’s bumbling on, that’s half the reason we sponsor him. The other reason we hook an English brotha up is cause the lad can ride. Here’s a cool little piece of him doing just that in an edit Defgrip is calling the first in their Precisions series.
Such a purty, peaceful picture of Fathead. Photographer Joe Bailey really captured the impossible considering Mr. Alex Barton-Holme is generally flapping his gums and causing an uproar. Love you long time Fattie.
Fathead delves deep into the Simple Session scene to ask Garrett Reynolds, Pat Casey and Trey Jones the hard-hitting questions you’re all dying to have answered. This officially concludes our SS coverage.
Another Simple Session has come and gone, but the memories (if the dudes remember them) will last forever. Charlie Crumlish (pictured here in this Nathan Beddows shot from practice), A.J. Anaya and Fathead flew the Shield Flag for us in Estonia this year, and to be honest, we consider the fact that none of our riders were arrested this year a win.