Favourite place to ride? I don’t have one fave park, but I definitely like riding with everyone ar TRP in Detroit, I really like the chill vibe, Joyride is my homepark, I also ride at All In Skatepark, Le Taz, Cannington,and Bens outdoor dirt jumps in Collingwood.
Next three tricks you plan on learning? Get my flairs back on my 18″, get my dbl bars and supermans over jumps and definitely working on getting my street better Mike Gray and Steven Moxley always helping out on that.
Ultimate BMX goal? Just encourage all kid’s to get out and ride and just have fun,and to one day rent a plane and fill it with all my friends and to fly out to finally sesh in California!! Also XGames and riding with Mark Webb are def in my top goals.
Raddest BMX moment from 2016? Finally landing my Backflip over a spine!! I ate it SO hard the first time I tried remember??
Frame / Size: 17.75 Laird Custom
Why did you choose that frame? Because Laird builds are really light and you can design it to fit you, my standard has good pop
Bars / Size: S&M Mini Grandslam 7.25
Stem: Profile Front Load
Grips: Odi flangless softies
Seat: Demolition Market
Cranks: Profile 145mm
Sprocket / Number of Teeth: Profile 28t
Chain: BSD half link
Tires: Maxiss M tread
Front Hub: Profile Mini S&M shield hub
Rear Hub: Profile Mini Chrome
Pegs: Federal Plastic Aluminum
Brakes: Right now I’m brakeless but when I use brakes it’s Odyssey M2 clear stop brake pads.
Special Bike Customizations: All ti bolts,little devil custom Laird Frame build.
Shout outs or thanks? Everyone at 3ride Bmx, Link Foundation, SkullCandy Canada, Odi Grips, Sleek, Mike Laird and just all the people that are always so awesome and supportive and put up with me and my craziness!! and YOU Guys BMX Groms you were one of the first to get behind me and show me support when I started riding!!by
Part of a special BMX Groms project documenting changing from an 18″ BMX to a 20″ BMX. Tips on BMX sizing and moving from one size BMX to the next as you grow. Check out the BMX sizing guide. Huge thanks to Nahum Billington and Sunday Bikes for helping with this project.