Sponsors: The companies that make Sick Skills happen




They source and sell top quality titanium springs in a massive range of lengths, weights and diameters to suit any shock. I’m currently running their 3.25″ x 550lb ti spring with performance spring bearings to make things super smooth. I’ve also got their performance spring bearing on my Fox 40’s to give them that extra little bit of sensitivity.

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Madison Clothing

I have run Madison’s clothing range for the past year and a half now and it’s performed excellently. Keeps you cool when it’s hot, keeps you warm when it’s cold and looks proper nice as well. I currently use their: Ravens riding glasses, Flux deluxe shorts, Flux all mountain 3/4 jersey, Flux softshell jacket,  Flux XC gloves, Knee/Leg warmers and Prime saddle. Couldn’t ask for more!



Without a doubt THE BEST helmet camera in the business. I use my HD hero 2 to shoot headcams, trail videos and I even use it for video analysis during my coaching sessions. It’s so simple and the video is crystal clear, I love it.




They are legendary in motorcross for their bars, grips and sprockets and they are doing the same in MTB. I am running their Fatbar 38mm rise full width, Integra stem, 34 tooth SR4 chainring and Kevlar lock on grips on my Santacruz V10. I have the Fatbar lite 20mm rise, Duo stem, 32 tooth SR4 chainring and kevlar lock on grips on my Santacruz Tallboy. Everything functions like a dream and I wouldn’t run anything else.


Screenshot_25_06_2013_16_21Element 9 Graphics

This guy is a wizard at designing and painting a variety of biking helmets, I got my 661 camber sprayed last year and it’s still looking fresh! (few scratches though). If you’re looking to get yours done fire Craig at Element 9 Graphics a message and he’ll sort you out. He also runs a design company called Kaiga Design, check them out if your needing business cards, leaflets, adverts or websites.