Here at BMX Talk we like to see new stuff, you know, people and companies trying to do things that havent been done before or making something that exists even better. One thing that personally affects me allot is having race gear that fits me comfortably (impossible for me I know) as there is nothing worse than having a huge baggy race jersey, or a pair of race pants half way up your shin. Push Race wear have been working on a MTB/BMX Racing specific jersey to cater for all of us fussy riders, and they recently released a bit of information about their prototype jersey.
Jack Hall will be working closely with PUSH racewear throughout the season to help develop a fresh new bmx + dh specific product. At the moment push are working towards a full range of race clothing which Jack will be sporting at the British championships at the end of the year. We caught up with Jack andasked what he though of the new Push race wear jersey he had on for rounds 7&8 of the national series this weekend in redditch. “The new jerseys are really nice to ride in, I told PUSH I was sick of wearing baggy race jerseys with loose cuffs so they worked to make a shirt that has slightly tighter cuffs than the usual race shirt and I think the design ideas they are coming up with are really cool, We are also currently working on a super ligh weight race trouser which should be ready for me to test at the British championships”. Jack also wants to thank mutthousedesign.com for designing a cool personalised Logo.