UK BMX specialist distributor Seventies has announced that it has signed an exclusive distribution deal with Total BMX.
With stock available from June 20th, retailers have access to in demand signature frames and parts from the likes of Mark Webb, among others.
The signing is one that Seventies owner Stuart Dawkins is particularly pleased to welcome. He said: “We have been huge fans of the brand for many years and have watched Ronnie Remo turn Total from a small start up into the leading BMX Park brand! Park riding is extremely popular in the UK and as BMX rises out of the current recession this brand will continue to dominate this sector of the market.”
The label is also the title sponsor of this year’s BMX Freestyle World Championships to be held at the NASS festival.
Total BMX owner Ronnie Remo added: “I am really happy to be working with Stuart and his team of like minded BMX people at Seventies. They really understand the brand and its needs and we both have the same goal of growing and supporting BMX in the UK”.
New products shipping from Monday include the Skinnies V2 pegs, Killabee headset, two new colourways of the popular Voltron V2 frame, as well as many other items that are currently sold out in the UK.