Matti Hemmings Signature Pegs with Armour Bikes


Matti Hemmings got in contact last night with some exciting product news, he now has some signature pegs, made in collaboration with Armour bikes out of the Ukraine. These pegs are going to be available soon. First pegs with round titanium cap.


Diameter 38mm
Length 120mm
Weight 95gr/peg
14mm with 10mm adapter
Silver and black colours

Lee Musselwhite’s Signature Deco Prototype


Yesterday I caught a photo (see above) of Lee Musselwhite’s signature Deco prototype. I hit Lee up for some info, here is what he had to say about the frame:

“I’ve been testing my signature Deco frame for just over a year now and it rides awesome, so stoked Chad put this together for me it’s got really tight geometry 18.8TT & 13″CS so is very responsive and rigid. Perfect for back and front wheel tricks. No plans for production at mo, unless chad get a flood of emails asking for one hahah”.

HeresyBMX – Descend / Dismember


Fresh new Heresy promo featuring Alexis Desolneux, and who better to explain the new products but the man himself! Read on and enjoy the video!

Our latest products.
Classic Flatland zero offset forks : DESCEND ZERO
Flatland 4 piece bars : DISMEMBER 8,25″ and DISMEMBER 8,75″
Flatland and Street hybrid forks : DESCEND 0/15

Riding street and park again for a couple years now, I’ve been dreaming about these flatland and street parts, hoping to make a bike as functional as possible for both kinds of riding, including when both meet. We designed the DESCEND 0/15 with our longer sizes of AscenD frames (20″ & 20,5″) in mind. I’ve always felt that forks were an issue if you wanted to ride more than flatland. The 15mm offset has proved to be a good offset if you need to bring in some of your front wheel flat moves to street and it’s also OK for transitions but I do prefer zero offset for flatland, it’s more reactive, especially riding a longer frame — the dilemma is over and these forks are freedom. Male or female hub, it is really easy to switch from the zero offset to the 15mm offset if you want to go ride street or park.

Have a fun session!

Alex Jumelin – St Martin Paris Metro Line Promo

St Martin Paris Metro line from ART BMX MAGAZINE on Vimeo.

Peep this rad promo for the St Martin Metro Line with Alex Jumelin, filmed and edited by Matthias Dandois on the sunny streets of Paris. The entire line will be available this summer, check the website (link below) and keep an eye out at Flatland Fuel.