Mikey Luplow’s bike got stolen back in December and no hi finally build a new bike with some prototype Mutiny parts and frame. Mutiny has been working on this frame with Mikey for a while now and hopefully it will be out later this year. They posted more photos on their web site, so head over to get more closeup shots of it.
Everyday is a new bike-check-day up on Mutiny site. Today they posted a few closeup photos of Matt Roe’s newest ride. He built himself up a fresh Conjurer bike in trans blue colorway. Check it here.
Brandon Hoerres just built himself up a fresh new Mutiny Rune setup with all their newest parts. Brandon and Grant Castelluzzo are currently working on a new web edit that should be out very soon, but for now, check the bike here.
Make your way over to the Data BMX web page to check Grant Castelluzzo’s current Mutiny Rune setup. What is important in this setup are the sample Mutiny 8.7″ Manroid bars and their upcoming Tripod post and seat. More info on those two soon.
Mutiny has two new products available now. The Cinch cranks and the spline driver Octad sprocket. Contact your local shot or your favorite mail order to get these.
Polish Mutiny and Quintin rider through Ave BMX, Mariusz Drozdz, came out with a fresh new edit and also the last outdoor edit for this year, that he filmed over the fall at a few of his local skateparks. Mariusz is a really clean rider and you actually don’t even notice that he is a goofy footed rider, if you aren’t focused enough. Enjoy.
George Boyd built himself up a fresh new Mutiny Conjurer kit in root beer colorway, which is also available now. I am not really in colors, but this one looks really good. I hope George put it to use in front of a camera, so we will be seeing some fresh new stuff from him soon.
It has been a while since ESPN dropped a bike check, but they are now back with a fresh one. This time they took a closer look at Grant Castelluzzo’s Mutiny Rune bike. Make sure you check out this white machine here.
Mutiny’s Czech Republic connection through TBB Bike, Tomas Carda, built up a fresh new Rune setup in size 21″. To give you a look at his bike, he filmed this video bike check and threw down a few moves for you viewing pleasure.