Here's your first look at Brian Fox's new signature "FOX" frame. We worked very closely with Brian on a frame which could handle his explosive, all out riding style, and function as the perfect all round setup cable of just about anything you could throw at it.

Available in both a 20.6” or a 21.1” version, both frames have proportional geometry allowing smaller and bigger riders (like Brian) to benefit from geometry that caters to them perfectly. Brian can't wait to get his hands on the first sample you see here, expect to see the final version available later this year from BMX shops worldwide.

 

RADIO “FOX” FRAME 20.6" / 21.1"      

Standover Height 8.5" / 9"              

BB Height 11.6”                 

HT Angle 75.25 deg        

ST Angle 71 deg                   

Chainstay Length: 13” / 13.2"            

 

FEATURES

  • Double Gussets
  • Tapered seatstays
  • Double Butted toptube
  • Butted seattube
  • 6mm thick heat-treated dropouts
  • Integrated Seatclamp
  • Chainstay Brake Mounts
  • Lowered Chainstays
  • Clarence for 2.40” tires
  • Removable brake hardware, cable guides, and gyro tabs

  

 

Today we welcome international park killer Jack Clark to the Radio Bikes team. There’s no denying Jack’s domination of the worldwide contest scene over the past couple of years. Despite only being 22 years old, Jack has a long list of big contest victories to his name, rivaling riders 10 years his senior. Being on the podium at almost every contest he’s entered over the current year, Jack’s flawless and progressive riding has been making waves all over the world.

What really made Jack's addition to the team a no brainer was how well he already fits with the rest of the Radio team. With Jack already being close friends and traveling constantly with Brian Fox, Kenneth Tancre and most of the other guys, adding Jack to the team felt more like adding that final missing piece to the puzzle more than anything else.

Jack is already out in Latvia right now with Radio Bikes team mate Brian Fox at the Ghetto Games contest, and after that he’ll be heading to the USA for the Mongoose Jam, and then back home to the UK for the Battle Of Hastings contest and to work on his first Radio video project. Everyone at Radio is buzzing to have Jack part of the team and can’t wait to work together on what is already shaping up to be a very bright future together. Expect to see much more from Jack over the next few months as well as more info on Jack's signature line of Radio products which will be available early 2018.

Welcome to the team, Jack!

All photos by Mike Curley.

 

Straight after the PRO Freestyle contest in The Hague, we headed East, to the internationally renowned city of Rotterdam for 4 days of some of Europe's finest street spots. Despite battling the weather, the spots, and injuries, our two German street machines Leon Hoppe and Robin Kachfi came away with one hell of a banger of a video which we could not be more stoked to drop today. Big thanks to all of the guys at Hatje Distribution for their support with this trip,

Filmed & Edited by Sebastian Nitsche.

 Photos by Aaron Zwaal.

The Radio Bikes team threw down this weekend LIVE on US TV at the Nitro World Games in Salt Lake City. Proving that hard work and pure determination pays off, Brian Fox came away with 3rd place in BMX Triples and $10,000 in his back pocket as well as driving home in a Polaris Slingshot for his award as Athlete of the contest.

Jacob Bailey rose to the occasion and battled the huge 45ft "Giganta Ramp" and came home with a well deserved 5th place in Best Trick, and landing his very first 1080 Frontflip / Corked 1440.

You can watch the boys journey over the weekend in a new 3 part video series in association with Radio Bikes which is now LIVE on Youtube, filmed and produced by Andrew Knight / Elevated Perspective.

 

We spent a day riding some of the best parks in Holland with Brian Fox, Kenneth Tancre, Leon Hoppe, Levi Weidmann and Robin Kachfi before the Pro Freestyle last month and here are the results.

Filmed and edited by Sybren Planting and presented by Vital BMX.

We had a blast at The PRO Freestyle last weekend in The Hague. Take a look at the whole crew smashing it, captured behind the lens of our very own Robin Kachfi.

 

Photos by Aaron Zwaal.

The Radio team was out in full force this weekend at the Pro Freestyle contest in The Hauge. Young rookie and local boy Levi Weidmann took a nasty slam on a 540 double barspin during Park qualifying and was taken to Hospital with a head injury. Luckily Levi is made of tough stuff and was released out of Hospital later that day and joined the crew in the stands to watch the finals yesterday.

Both Belgian powerhouse Kenneth Tancre, and US Pro rider Brian Fox went in during the PRO Park Finals. Kenneth brought his signature mix of style and big tricks to the course and came away with a well deserved 5th place. Despite qualifying in 1st place going into the finals, Brian went down hard on a double backflip transfer but managed to get back on the course and pull it to take home Best Trick.

The street guys on the team did not disappoint either. Robin Kachfi and Leon Hoppe both took to the course during the Street contest, bringing their own unique lines and tricks to all the rails, ledges and bank setups. Leon really put in the work and was rewarded with the award for Street Best Trick for his railride to barspin on the S rail.

You can watch both the highlights of the event as well as the full LIVE recap bellow.

 

 

We're kicking off Summer in style and are off to The Netherlands this week for the PRO Freestyle Contest in the European beach paradise of The Hague, and then 4 days in the business capital Rotterdam to shred as many spots as we can put our tires on. We're stoked to be hanging with new US team addition Brian Fox, as well as Leon Hoppe, Robin Kachfi, Kenneth Tancre and Dutch rookie Levi Weidmann.

We'll be posting updates regularly so be sure to follow all the action on Instagram @radiobikes and via #RADIOBIKESNL.