Clint’s back in Texas crafting the Texas Toast course now (click here for shots of the progress), but here’s a bike check we shot with him in Vegas while filming the Credence Turtleneck Stem promo. It’s all built up around Clint’s sig goodies, the C.C.R. frame, Credence 8.7″ bars and of course his new stem that comes in a koozie. He’s running a couple proto parts now too – the Mainline 2.425 and the Widemouth Pitchfork.
Z shot a sweet bike check of Reynold’s CCR that you should definitely check out over on the Ride site. Clint talks about welding his own frames (he’s coming out next week to lay some beads in Santa Ana) and the new Credence Turtleneck stem too, so if you wanna know more about dat, you know where to go.
Our hombres smashed it in Guadalajara this weekend! Clint helped build a killer course (which he proceeded to shred), Hucker took Best Trick (and fittingly won a cougar trophy) and A.J. got second (or as we like to put it, almost won)! Here’s some shots stolen from Ride and Red Bull to commemorate their Mexican adventure.
Well, Reynolds and crew are done making mounds and mods on the Red Bull Dirt Conquers course and our favorite BMXican, A.J. Anaya and his amigo Miguel “Hucker” Clark are en route to Guadalajara to tame some dirt curls. May the best hombre win!
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We can build frames all year, unfortunately the same can’t be said for you guys and your Trails! Now that Spring has sprung it’s time to dial in those dirt curls Credence style! BMX wouldn’t be the same without you guys busting your asses. Thanks to all the trail builders out there and to Stew Johnson for this pic of Reynolds gettin’ it done.