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just a little note to say thank you for following my blog and for looking and sharing things hope to keep it more updated and with new and exciting things from all over the world all the best




just seen these on http://www.staystrong.co.uk  and thought they were pretty cool a friend of mine is a big fan of supporting the stay strong foundation so i thought id put some stuff up that they have for sale also check out my friends blog  http://dafuzz.wordpress.com/ .SS colour and collab of the Elevn Technologies 8″ bar. They are ready to ship which means they’ll be available in less than 4 weeks in the US and Europe. These bars will look nice with the GT frame and Answer forks on a race set up as all the logo’s tie in to the same theme.

Also check out all the specs and other Elevn product over at : http://www.elevnracing.com


Another boost for Irish BMX; Cherry Orchard indoor track opens for racing


Just weeks after the successful launch of Ratoath BMX track in Co Meath, Dubliners now have a facility of their own following the opening of the Cherry Orchard indoor BMX track.

The facility, which is contained in a large warehouse in Cherry Orchard industrial estate beside Ballyfermot in west Dublin, has already been christened with a great day’s racing.

Kids from the age of five years to those well into the veteran stages of their twenty-inch careers took to the track for a thrilling meeting.

The launch of the new facility comes at a time of significant resurgence in BMX in Ireland.

The track in Ratoath – which is outdoor and more challenging than Cherry Orchard – has drawn huge crowds since it opened before Christmas.

It also appears that Ireland may have a BMX rider at the London Olympics, in the shape of Kelvin Batey. His qualification for London would undoubtedly raise the profile of BMX racing here and add to its stock rising even further.

Cycling Ireland has established a BMX commission and Eamonn Wyer of Ratoath BMX club is hopeful of bringing a young team to the UCI BMX World Championships in the UK in May.

The Cherry Orchard track’s owner, Limerick businessman and former road cyclist Liam Collins told stickybottle interest has been “massive” since word began spreading that the track was about to open.

He plans to develop a racing league on Friday nights, with leagues to be held over periods of months.

The track will also be open for group bookings at other times and will also offer walk-in sessions where riders can simply turn up unannounced and pay a small fee to use the track.

Collins has begun working with Ratoath BMX to develop his own track. Former BMX professional Eamonn Wyer who, along with Shay McNally and others, is one of the driving forces behind Ratoath BMX, is now offering coaching sessions on Friday nights at Cherry Orchard to help riders become more skillful at using the electronic start gates.

Stickybottle went out to see Liam Collins at his track yesterday and we’ll have a full interview with him tomorrow; an interesting tale with many exotic stops along the way.

Rest assured we’ll be bringing BMX fans full coverage of all BMX racing in Ireland once the competitive fixtures are bedded in and become more regular. In the meantime, please find below full results and photos of Sunday’s racing at Cherry Orchard.

(For details on Cherry Orchard BMX track check out www.bmxpursuits.ie)


Category Age 5 – 6
1 Corey Waller
2 Dylan Hahne Moore
3 Cal Gilmer
Category Boy’s 7 – 8
1 Reece Donohoe
2 Adam Clooney
3 Thomas Duffy
Category Girl’s  8 – 9
1 Bronte Collins
2 Ciara McDonald
Category Boy’s 10 – 11
1 Ross Callaghan
2 Brian Moore
3 Luke Edwards
Category Boy’s 12
1 Liam Wolfe
2 Adam Davis
3 Leon Donohoe
Category Boy’s 13 – 14
1 Aaron Edwards
2 Francis Lennon
3 Adam Stenson
Ladies 15 & Over
1 Orla Power
2 Kayleigh Gibbons
3 Autumn Collins
4 Aoife Sheridan
Male A Final – 15 & Over
1 Alex Holliday
2 Greg Callaghan
3 Eamonn Wyer
4 Ger Wolfe
5 Chad Gilmer
6 Paul Cummins
7 Gavin Donohoe
8 Kevin McShane
Male B Final – 15 & Over
1 Mark Perry
2 Scott Marshall
3 PJ Gallagher
4 Jack O’ Sullivan
Fastest Lap €100 Prize Winners Time
BMX Ger Wolfe 19.43
26 ‘ Greg Callaghan 19.39






















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GT COMPE PART 1 paint removal

Ok so as you may know by a previous post i bought a gt compe bmx. Today i decided to start stripping the paint. Its time consuming so heres some pictures still some way to go so its going to be fun…










As soon as its de-painted have to drop down to the lads in http://www.octuning.com where they will take the chainring and bottom bracket off for me as i dont have the tools at the minute.. Watch out for part 2 coming soon……….



Ok so today i made plans to buy my very first bmx bike. Its as the title says a gt compe bmx its a 2006 model which is in good condition i plan over the next few months to build this bad boy up and get some indoor training done and maybe even a race. The bike needs alot of work as you can see its a frame with nothing. i got the frame for a meere €40 which was a bargain in my book. Bike needs forks,brakes,wheels,stem,bottom bracket,handle bars,grips,stem,headset,tyres,gyro,cranks,pedals. So basically all components. As soon as i do something with it i will be sure to keep you guys posted. going to be a nice project as i have never built a bike before always shop bought… So this should be a little journey that i am going to enjoy. Keep an eye on this space.