This year the Cycle Show was relatively lax in comparison to previous years, but Blank, Diamondback, IMG/Proper, 34R, Faction, and Seventies made sure their was a great BMX presence. We caught up with all these brands to see what new products they are offering in the coming months.


Proper brought a great looking show bike to the IMG stand which was packed full of new parts. Ranging from a knee friendly stem, a bash guard sprocket, grips, seat, and a new drive side hub guard.


Diamondback brought a brand new range of completes that cater to riders of all ages and sizes, they showcased their three most promising bikes.


Blank had a huge selection of completes on show at this years event. They show off their new colourful line with a range of bikes from 18 to 20”


Faction were the first company to bring a fully fledged 22” BMX to the game and they've updated it for 2014. This bike is clean.


Seventies used the show to launch their brand new inhouse complete brand “Eighty Eight”. They are offering two affordable complete bikes aimed specifically at the street and park categories. They are also the first company to take on the KHE's Affix rotor technology.

Total BMX

Total BMX bring two showcased their two newest frames. Mark Webb's signature Voltron V2 & Kyle Baldocks signature Killabee frames.

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