Seth Kimbrough Hartselle Park Edit
Posted by hoffmanbikes
in News, team riders, videos
on June 2, 2012 Comments off
Above you will find an edit of Seth and his local park in Hartselle, AL. Watch that then click through on a little write up and a few photos to go along with the edit.
I recently spent some time with Seth in his neck of the woods in Alabama. About a ten minute drive from Seth’s house you will find a less than perfect shape pad of asphalt that is grounds for the Hartselle skatepark. Seth has never really filmed much at the park so he really wanted to put an edit together of the place you will most likely find him riding when he’s home.
Through the years the park has had additions added and taken away. Today you will find a quarter, a pyramid that could suit King Tut, cinder block manual pad and some various rails surrounding the outer perimeter. One of the obstacles had me really excited to ride. Seth installed a rail that he and Corey Martinez had when they first started riding, built by Corey’s dad. That rail alone can be held responsible that planted the seed for so much BMX progression between the two of them. I also have to mention the locals. I have never been to a place with such a positive vibe given the very little resources they had to ride. We even sneaked in a few clips of David Cortez who is at the park everyday with a smile on his face. Definitely a good place to be and I can’t wait to go back.
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In BMX Street riding, the definition for Street Progression is Seth Kimbrough. For more than 25 years, Seth has been constantly evolving to become a better rider. He has also proven this progression with his Hoffman Bikes signature Bama frame. The Bama frame is built to withstand street abuse or any other style of riding you pursue.
Seth Kimbrough signature frame
COLORS: Black, Grey, White
MATERIAL: 100% 4130 Chromo
TUBING: Single butted down tube with integrated gusset
DROPOUTS: 4mm Thick heat-treated dropouts
BRAKE MOUNTS: Removable brake mounts and cable guides
HEADTUBE: Integrated head tube w/removable detangler tabs
GEOMETRY: Size: 20.75” or 21” TT, 13.7” CS, 75° HT, 71.5° ST, 11.4” BBH
WEIGHT: 4lbs 14oz (20.75") | 5lbs (21”) ×
If your not following Seth on Instagram, then you should be. Seth has posted several videos of him doing what he does best. So we took these several videos and put them together to make a short Instagram Video Edit. Enjoy!
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