Brands

  1. CINEMA

    CINEMA

    Rochester, NY

    A quality BMX parts brand based in Rochester, NY. Cinema BMX is Chad Kerley, Garrett Reynolds, Nathan Williams, Dakota Roche, and Corey Martinez.

  2. Éclat

    Éclat

    Was founded in 2008 from the creators of WeThePeople, with the main focus being on super high quality parts that are designed from the ground up with the needs of today’s riders in mind. Éclat is synonymous with Innovation and ingenuity, and every Éclat part has gone through an extensive development and a rigorous test phase from the PRO team. Now in its 8th year Éclat is still pushing how dialed a BMX product can be, and has one of the most stacked teams in the industry with riders such as Stevie Churchill, Sean Burns and Dillon Lloyd. New for this year is the highly anticipated Shane Weston signature Blind Freecoaster hub, which sets a new benchmark in Freecoaster technology.

  3. Federal

    Federal

    In 1999, the dignitaries of Seventies Distribution in Hastings, UK, figured that a whole new UK bike company would be a mighty fine idea. They were already distributing the finest American BMX brands and running the world's best BMX events (namely, the Backyard Jams) and hence launching their own, UK-based BMX brand made total sense. Federal was born and immediately became a force in BMX. With the likes of Bruno Hoffman, Dan Lacey and Stevie Churchill, that force continues strong today.

  4. Fiend

    Fiend

    "Every product released under the Fiend name is designed using direct input from our team riders." With a team like Garrett Reynolds, Ty Morrow, Colin Varanyak and JJ Palmere, you know Fiend products are ridden hard and made to last. 

  5. FIT BIKE CO

    FIT BIKE CO

    http://fitbikeco.com

    Dealer list coming soon. please contact info@ogc.ca for more information.

  6. Fuse

    Fuse

    Fuse pads are well known, well loved and well used by riders all over the world, from pros to rookies our protection inspires riders with confidence to take their riding to the next level. For 2015 our pads have had a serious makeover, with the addition of new design features, materials and technologies and have of course retained the ‘bullet proof’ quality they are best known for.

  7. KINKBMX

    KINKBMX

    Rochester, NY

    Kink as a brand has a long history in BMX, having made it’s first BMX part 24 years ago. With the recent addition of NORA cup voted best street rider of the year Nathan Williams to the Kink team (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ogd8XwcezBE) , the hype around the brand has grown.

  8. Merritt

    Merritt

    Since starting in 2012, Merritt has focused on making high quality components with a well thought out and unique approach.  Having and working with their team, which is one of the best and most well rounded in the industry, has helped them develop products that truly fulfill the demands of BMX as it is today.  As this new brand grows, they continue to innovate and bring new ideas to light.

  9. Radio

    Radio

    RADIO Bike Co. has firmly established itself within the Bicycle industry and the brand’s image reflects the aims set out by its creators. The vision was to create a solid range of bikes and after market parts that have incredible attention to detail but at an affordable price. With a background making BMX parts stretching back to 1996, the knowledge was in place to ensure these goals were achieved. This year’s bikes have been developed along side WTP to ensure that they not only look incredible but they also ride just as good as a pro level bike. Backed up with a solid international team, Radio is one brand that is making moves in 2015 and onwards.

  10. Salt

    Salt

    Cologne, Germany

    You may not know this, but SALT/SALTPLUS components are ‘the’ best-kept secret in BMX.  There’s no re-badged, straight out of the book regular old parts here.  In fact, SALT is designed by the same team who bring WETHEPEOPLE. With such a pedigree background you know that these parts are going to be the most hardwearing and pioneering designs, manufactured to the absolute highest standards.

    Now entering its fifth year, SALTPLUS continues to offer another level of quality beyond its sister brand SALT. The detail and thought put into the product design and development has resulted in an astonishing collection, which continues to grow and evolve directly with BMX itself.  We’ve constantly got our finger on the pulse of BMX and we listen carefully to riders so that we can respond to new trends and styles as they emerge. New for this year is our LSD Trapez Freecoaster Wheelset, and two new fully CNC’d Stems, products we developed to match the changing needs of current riders. The result is products that are carefully considered and manufactured to exacting standards, but above all exactly what today’s riders are looking for. Throughout this process the ethos of SALTPLUS has remained true, to bring high spec components at an affordable price.

  11. Salt +

    Salt +

    You may not know this, but SALT/SALTPLUS components are ‘the’ best-kept secret in BMX.  There’s no re-badged, straight out of the book regular old parts here.  In fact, SALT is designed by the same team who bring WETHEPEOPLE. With such a pedigree background you know that these parts are going to be the most hardwearing and pioneering designs, manufactured to the absolute highest standards.

    Now entering its fifth year, SALTPLUS continues to offer another level of quality beyond its sister brand SALT. The detail and thought put into the product design and development has resulted in an astonishing collection, which continues to grow and evolve directly with BMX itself.  We’ve constantly got our finger on the pulse of BMX and we listen carefully to riders so that we can respond to new trends and styles as they emerge. New for this year is our LSD Trapez Freecoaster Wheelset, and two new fully CNC’d Stems, products we developed to match the changing needs of current riders. The result is products that are carefully considered and manufactured to exacting standards, but above all exactly what today’s riders are looking for. Throughout this process the ethos of SALTPLUS has remained true, to bring high spec components at an affordable price.

  12. S & M BIKES

    S & M BIKES

    http://www.sandmbikes.com/

    Dealer list coming soon. please contact info@ogc.ca for more information.

    ABOUT S&M BIKES

    Founded mid 1987 by friends Greg “Scott” Swingrover and Chris “Mad Dog” Moeller, S&M Bikes was created to craft BMX bikes that could handle the use and abuse the founders and their friends were dishing out.

    In early 1987, a then 16-year-old “Mad Dog,” was causing a ruckus in the race scene and working as a test-rider for BMX Action Magazine. In other words, coming across plenty of products that left a lot to be desired. Swingrover, 19, was racing and dirt jumping while working at South Coast Bike Shop in Santa Ana, California. By the summer of 1987 the two decided to go into business with their own frame and fork – the K-9 D-Zine.

    According to Moeller, their first offering was a mishmash of his three favorite frames at the time: “We worked from a Profile, my custom team-issued Privateer and a Robinson. It added up to a frame that could be raced well and ridden hard at the trails or on the street without falling apart. We just designed a cool bike for ourselves, gathered money and made two framesets. Our friends wanted them too, so we had 25 framesets made.”

    By the fall of 1987, S&M  had replaced the K-9 D-Zine with Moeller’s signature Mad Dog frame. In 1988 they went on to release the now legendary Slam Bar, and in 1989 the Dirtbike! Throughout 1989 and early 1990 as The Shield gathered a following in the BMX scene, Greg and Chris found it increasingly difficult to balance the books with their steady diet of BMX hedonism.

    By the summer of 1990, Swingrover had taken a job at GT to help support his young family, and choosing to concentrate on his new career path, left S&M in Moeller’s hands. In a van loaded with guys like Dave Clymer and John Paul Rogers, Chris zig-zagged across the country living the “BMX Lifestyle” a.k.a. sleeping on people couches, drinking their beer and riding as much as possible.

    For more than two decadent decades since, Moeller has steered the S&M ship through hell and high water. Crazy nights, ideas and antics aside, the goal at S&M has always been the same: to make good bikes and run things their way. With American flags and middle fingers waving in the wind, S&M will continue to sail the seas of BMX cheese until other companies make bikes as good as theirs or it’s not fun anymore. Neither of which looks likely to happen soon.

  13. Tall Order

    Tall Order

    www.tallorderbmx.com

    Founded in 2016, tall order frames and parts will be designed and engineered specifically to be ridden at the highest level on transitions of all types and sizes
     

    Born and raised in a run down fishing town in the South of England my friends and I spent most of youth playing football and trying our best to get chased by anybody older than us. Until one Sunday we came across 2 adults on BMX bikes seemingly with the same attitudes as us, capitalising on the quiet industrial estate by seeing it as their playground, these guys were grinding handrails jumping stairs and having fun . Our lives changed within an instant and we spent every waking minute riding ramps building trails and travelling to skateparks.

    I’ve been very lucky to of had a long career as a pro bmx rider and so like most choices when the time is right the right decision is easy to make, so starting my own range of BMX frames felt like a natural transition for me.

    We have seen BMX evolve naturally into street riding being the predominant style of freestyle BMX but for me although I enjoy riding street and using my pegs I have always had a bigger passion for riding transitions whether indoors outdoors ,wood, dirt, cement or brick the feeling of trying to go faster, higher and land smoother has always been my thing, you like what you like I guess.

    For this reason ‘tall order’ frames and parts will be designed and engineered specifically to be ridden at the highest level on transitions of all types and sizes. – Sebastian Keep

  14. WeThePeople

    WeThePeople

    Cologne, Germany

    One of the Worlds most renowned BMX brands and pioneers of quality complete BMX bikes was first started in 1996 in Cologne, Germany. To this day the brand still operates and designs all of its products from there. WETHEPEOPLE’s number one passion is BMX and it’s that exact passion that drives them to create the best products for BMX. With a diverse and talented team featuring Dillon Lloyd, Mo Nussbaumer and Ed Zunda, WeThePeople is a brand that appeals to everyone from the newcomer to the seasoned veteran.