AI – Isaac Macaloney

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How old are you? 24

How long have you been riding? About 7 years!

What got you into riding? Well I grew up in the country and I always loved riding my bike around and jumping little obstacles, and one day I was watching tv and props road fools came on, and at the point I was hooked.

What inspires you to ride? I think honestly I’m inspired most by the kids that look up to me! They get stoked on my riding  and that makes me what to push that much harder. 

What is your biggest accomplishment in BMX so far? When I started doing Bmx shows full time, and was able to quit my regular job! 

What is the biggest problem in BMX that you have noticed? How do you resolve that problem? The fact that it’s suppose to be “freestyle” yet everyone judges everyone, and everything in a negative way. Resolution, is for us all to be stoked on everything the other is doing!

Who is your favorite rider? Why? Hmm that’s tough, but I’m going to say Kyle Baldock, definitely a beast, and one of the coolest people I’ve met.

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What is your favorite place to ride? DDASC, of course! 

What is the dream place to ride? I don’t really have a dream place but I’ve wanted to ride mission valley in Cali, and I get to do that this week, so that’s cool! 

What is your favorite web edit or video part? Any Alex Coleborn video, but “shootin it” in particular.

What is one way you deal with injuries? Typically I always ice if needed, and do my rehab. I try and stay in the gym because I feel it helps with my riding, and injury prevention.

What is one thing you love about BMX? I love that BMX can create so many friendships!

What is one thing you look forward to every year in BMX? The progression of the sport! 

Where is your favorite place you have traveled to in BMX? Denver, CO for sure!! 

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What was one of your most memorable BMX memories There is way too many to remember! Haha 

Do you have tricks that you have in mind or are in the middle of learning? I have one that I’m thinking of but I’ll keep that secret! Although I am working on 540 flairs, and flair double tailwhips.

What are your BMX plans for 2018? I plan to train harder, workout harder, and go to as many contest as I can! 

Who are your sponsors? DDASC, Insane Labz, Profile Racing!

What is your role with DDASC? Are you sponsored by the park? I’m actually a instructor at Ddasc, I do various programs, camps, and private lessons. Yes they do sponsor me.

How did you get the role of being a lifeproof ambassador? Well for a while they would comment on my post on Instagram, and I guess after awhile they emailed me and asked if I was interested!

Do you plan on going to contest in 2018? If so, which ones? Yes, I plan to go to Florida Bmx Contest series and Fise world for sure. Aside from that not entirely sure!

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Credits: Backflip – Trey Herrera @bmxtrey88

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