AI – Brandon Dosch

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          On a cold Saturday in the beginning of the 2014, March to be specific. There was a contest in South Bend, Indiana on Sample street. A huge brick building with depth has a small gem within the structure. This day was The Kitchen Skatepark 2nd Annual Pro/Am. I saw a bunch of riders shredding and killing it! A few of people stood out in my eye and Brandon Dosch was one of them! One reason why stood out was he went to the street section after stomping the rhythm and threw a tuck no-hander on a step up bank to flat that I never seen and haven’t seen anybody else hit that gap! BMX is when creativity has to be used. That is what I saw with Brandon. When I started this Company, I knew I wanted to interview Dosch because of what I saw that day!

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How old are you? 28 Years Young. 

How long have you been riding? 18 years

What got you into riding?  Kids doing wheelies in the street and the movie RAD. 

What inspires you to ride? Watching smooth riding and positive energy. 

What is your biggest accomplishment in BMX so far?  2010 Dirt Dew Cup Champ 

What is the biggest problem in BMX that you have noticed? How do you resolve that problem?  That’s a very good question.. Please tell me if you have an answer lol. 

Who is your favorite rider? Why? Mike Aitken, Best rider to ever touch a Bmx bike. Smooth, aggressive and stylish at its best. 

Are there any place you plan on traveling to soon?  Not at the moment, just got back from Honduras. That trip was amazing, the country was insane. The bmx scene was nothing I’ve seen before. 

What is your favorite place to ride?  Anywhere with my good friends. 

What is the dream place to ride?  East Side trails. (I have ridden them a bunch just always strive to ride those sets).

What is your favorite web edit or video part? Mike Aitken- Square One “Wideawake Nightmare”. 

Do you like your BMX scene Where you live? Yes, Michigan is rad. 

What is some advice you would give to a BMX rider that is kinda falling out of BMX?  Get out and ride the way you enjoy your bike. Don’t allow social networking and outside distractions to ruin your bmx fun. 

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