Kip Williamson’s Subrosa Body Snatcher Prototype

You may have caught word on social media like I did with Kip Williamson shredding on a new frame. I reached out to Kip for more details, read on.

Introducing the Subrosa “Body Snatcher” flatland frame. I’ve been working with Subrosa for over 2 years to bring this to fruition. I’ve ridden it now for a couple of weeks and it feels amazing! It’s incredibly strong and has lots of features. This is a prototype so specs are subject to change. I’d like to thank GL, Ryan Sher, and Ronnie B. for helping make this dream into reality! More info coming soon. 

Subrosa “Body Snatcher” frame specs and info:

Sizes: Top Tube Length: 19” tt & 19.5” tt

Head Tube Angle: 75°

Seat Tube Angle: 71°

BB Height: 11.75”

Standover Height: 7”

Chainstay: 13”

Bottom Bracket: MID

Integrated head tube

100% 4130 chromoly tubing

Dropouts: 6mm thick – CNC laser cut 14mm dropouts with integrated chain tensioners

Subrosa Yoke BB/chain stay junction and ovalized down tube at bb for increased strength

Brakemounts seat stay: Removable

Head tube drilled for gyro tabs

Integrated seatclamp

Weight: 4.6 lbs

Colors: white/raw fade, black


**ETA: SPRING 2024

Terry Adams & Mickey Gaidos launch Majide Bikes

Big news yesterday, lifelong friends Terry Adams & Mickey Gaidos joined forces to start a new bike company after Terry announced the day before he would no longer be using the Deco frame just parts.

Majide Bikes is born, US made frames, pre order on frames is available right now from Flatland Fuel only.

Frame Made in the USA.

Sizes (4 different toptube lengths)
18.5 , 19 , 19.5 , & 20.5


  • 75 degree headtube 
  • 71 degree seat tube
  • 13.25″ chainstay
  • 7” Standover Height
  • Sizes: 18.9″ or 19.5″
  • 14mm dropout slots
  • 11.85 BB height
  • Removable 990 tabs
  • Mid Bottom Bracket
  • Built-in chain tensioners
  • Weight: 18.9”: 4.25lb/1.93kg; 19.5”: 4.31lb/1.95kg

The two colors we are going to offer are
-Raspberry pink &

FLAT SYSTEM 009: Tech tips on the Far East Freecoaster.

Here’s the word from Dub on Flat System 009, do you use a Far East free coaster? This episode is for you!

“It’s been a minute since the last episode, but better late than never so here we go again! So this episode of FLAT SYSTEM is more of a tech tip than a podcast or wtv these things are called!. Since many riders are now using the FEC Freecoaster hub as their engine of choice, especially in Flatland, it is my duty to make small tech tip videos on taking care of that engine! This one is about how to change your pawls and springs on the hub when you start having too much slippage! Let me know what you think, if this helps, or not and if you have any questions or suggestions on the next episode! You can find IGI and FEC parts information at, or on instagram at @igiflatbmx.”

Hiroya Morizaki starts Crown!

HUGE news today from Japan, one of the best riders in the game. Hiroya Morizaki just started his own bike brand, over to Hiroya!

“I just started a new bike brand, Crown. First, let me introduce the new sample that just arrived.
The first frame is based on Delta, which I used to design for Quamen Bikes, a California-based BMX frame company back in 2005, and improved the design suitable for the modern flatland needs.

The fork is initially designed for the Garuda frame of Aresbikes but pursing as small a clearance as possible and shortens the length of the fork for the best possible usability at doing various types of tricks, front and back tricks, rolling, and spinning.
Every detail of geometries results from numerous tries and errors over two years. I’ll keep testing until the release, although the production schedule is still up in the air due to the COVID situation. Stay tuned!

Logo designd by Yuta Takahashi.

Flat System 008: Olympics BMX, Flat Queens, IGI Backwoods Jam

It’s been a while since any updates, I have rushed off my feet with the success of Declan Brooks in the Olympics taking a bronze medal! Let’s get back to it, with Dub’s latest Flat System video which dropped last week. Dub discusses the Olympics, getting more female riders involved, Flat Queens, and the IGI Backwoods Jam. Love that Dub is doing this regularly! Tune in, good vibes right here!