Sorry about the randomness of this post, our wordpress is acting up real bad and merging everything together. So look past that and check out our new post on what is up with , Mat going HAM,  Chad messing shit up, Japan doing nuts ass shit, some halloween yes or no?, and more random crap  you probably don’t care about. So sit back for 3 minutes and let the Deco site put a smile in your mile. What does that mean? Bud does not make you weiser. Thanks. Continue reading

Twilight Jam in Athens is coming up, so plan accordingly, its gonna be sweet and Deco will be in the house. Mike Hinkens is doing a Minors only contest in Milwaukee, Deco is going to help out with prizes. Mat is a Bat now. Tom spreads his wings in downtown LA. Tremaine checks in. Shred Deco is now available if your into that. Two clips of the week from MR. Filth and Mat Olson. Princess Seka wants you. “I caught the guy who stole my bike” story by Chad DeGroot. Lastly Spiked hair for president. Continue reading

Interbike usually is a blur from no sleep, tons of alcohol, and just plain on-the-go format. This year I decided to show up late and leave early which proved to be the way to go. Rumors were flying about this year being really small and a lot of companies backing out. Truthfully it was still pretty big but YES a few big boys were not in attendance. Otherwise it was amazing, non stop laughing, drinking, and a little bit of bmx made it one of the best so far. -Chad D

Here are a few pics and some videos from Interbike 2011

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Deco. BMX and Profile Racing would like to announce the new US Distribution of Deco. products through Profile headquarters in Saint Petersburg, Florida. Below are a few questions between Chad DeGroot (owner of Deco. BMX) and Matt Coplon (TM and head sales) about the Distribution situation.

Profile has been making some moves the last few years, now with Deco. being distributed by Profile Racing, how do you feel about this?

It’s been ten years now since I came on board to manage Profile Distribution. We have never been in a position where we seek out product to distribute—we actually started the distro here b/c most of our Domestic and International distributors cannot stock all the variations (odds and ends) of the bike products that we manufacture. Through those years, we’ve picked up a very limited number of brands (Country Bikes and Sun Rims) to compliment what we carry here in the shop. For the most part, those brands are close to us on a personal level…picking up Deco falls into the same category. DeGroot has been riding for Profile now for four years…it’s been a strong relationship and anything that Chad does we would like to be in a position to help support him. He’s family, and Deco is quality  Product that we both ride and feel confident in pushing.

You mentioned offering some completes, Profile parts and Deco. rounding it off, this leads into some real high end bikes. Is this more for promo or will these be for sale?

Like we currently offer with Country/Profile, we plan on doing the same with Deco through our Online store. Basically, a higher end Profile complete featuring a Deco frame, fork, bars, grips, and pedals.

There are two very different companies uniting to scratch each others backs, is this a Florida thing?

Less Florida, more family! You’re still a yankee until you reach that 20 year residency mark…that’s coming up, right?

To find out more, come check us out at Interbike or contact:

Chad@decobmx.com  http://decobmx.com/category/products/

Matt@profileracing.com    http://profileracing.com/

YA Buddy…

Ever had a really good ass cup of coffee? Chad has. Every day. Drinks it like water. To celebrate, why not make some components that resemble a fresh cup of joe with just the right amount of cream and sugar?

Here is Degroot’s new coffee color way available now!

-Classic Profile mini hubs in RHD only.
-Acoustic stems in 48mm.
-Spline drive sprockets in 25t.


www.profileracing.com for more info or ordering
(Photo of degroot nosewheelie on ledge)
Photo by James Covington.

Drink up. Cheers.

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What’s so good about the Succubus is what it’s not. Highly attractive and willing to suck the flatland right out of you. Don’t refuse it, let it happen, and may all your dreams come true. This frame will draw energy to sustain itself. It may even suck the flatland right out from your dreams. Succumb to the Succubus.

19? Top Tube Length

13? Rear end

75 Head tube

71 Seat tube

Weight: TBA

14mm dropouts, removable 990’s, built in Allen chain tensioners

Colors: Metal Blue, Metal Orange

Here are the samples, they came out amazing. The production models will be here later this year. Stay tuned. Continue reading

If you don’t know Kerry Gatt, watch the edit below. Long time Baco Boy now residing on the West coast living it up. He moved over here from New Zealand and we instantly got him in Baco 6. This kid has history with Baco. I could go on and on about Kerry and his style that changed flatland and made people open their eyes.

Good to have ya rocking some gear. Thanks.

To read more about the Baco history, CLICK HERE. 23mag.com does an amazing job and keeping current the timeline.

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Mike is good.

Mike is great. Check out his blog HERE, its some good reading and pics. Always updated.

Here is an edit from Solid. Mike can do a skid and make it look good. Actually he does more than a few in this. My favorite is the multiple pedal curved wall.

Deco. represent. If you want the yellow shirt Mike is wearing, check it out here and pick one up.

Mike Meister Solid Bikes Edit from Dustin Arp on Vimeo.