Ryan Williams (RWilly of Nitro Circus fame) has just taken on a Wildcat Mini BMX vs Mega Ramp.
One of our team dropped over a Wildcat Mini BMX to RWilly Land and over the weekend he took to dominating it on the Mega Ramp.
Check out the video below and let us know what you think!!
Who is Ryan Williams?
Born and raised on Australia’s Sunshine Coast,Ryan “RWilly” Williams had a passion for action sports from a young age. Growing up, he had dreams of one day day becoming a fighter pilot or an astronaut — because he wanted to push the limits of what is possible. Since as long as he can remember, R-Willy has been going to the skatepark. Originally on rollerblades when he could first walk, and at 12 years old R-Willy found his calling when he started riding scooters for hours every day, perfecting his skills and raising the ceiling on what he thought achievable. At 15, R-Willy decided to start honing his skills on a BMX bike and progressed in scooter and BMX simultaneously. After an online video of him went viral, he received an invitation from Nitro Circus to show the Crew his skills. His talent was undeniable, and despite having to overcome the stigma that comes with riding a scooter, Travis Pastrana and the rest of the Nitro Circus family were beyond impressed. Now part of the Nitro Circus family, R-Willy is one the most versatile and exciting athletes in action sports. With countless World’s First tricks tied to his name (such as the first triple backflip on a scooter and the first triple frontflip on BMX), Ryan has amassed quite a fanbase (including over 1.5 million followers on Instagram).
Top of the Wildcat range is the Pro Series. A true upgrade build for those on the next level, designed to take a serious amount of adult sized punishment from front-flips to 540 spins.
It includes the revolutionary Pro Turbo wheel and disc brakes as standard.
Featuring: Small 6061 Aluminum 4 piece Cro-Moly bars, 25 tooth aluminum chain wheel, strong 3 piece Cro-Moly crank tested successfully up to 265lbs, recommended use up to 220lbs, CNC’d alloy forks with integrated head tube, fully adjustable pivot seat, sealed inner bearing head parts and a pro-link chain.
How did Mini BMX start? By now you've probably seen them flying around your local skatepark or BMX track - Wildcat, Fatboy, Rocker, just some of the brands in existence today... so just where did these crazy little bikes come from? We thought it was time to dive a little deeper and pay homage to the real pioneers of Mini BMX, as well as shine a spotlight on Wildcat’s foundation as a true OG in the Mini BMX movement.
Wildcat Mini BMX has a growing following of fans and riders around the world. We took some time to ask Marshall "Major" Gherke some questions so we could get to know him more, and to understand why he loves shredding on a Wildcat Mini BMX.
Tiny and tough! Super fun! I wish they existed when I was a kid! My little groms and I love it! Here’s a couple pics of myself playing with our new Mini freak. I’m 175 and this thing is as tough as my 20” bike and is a rush to ride! Well done to the wildcat crew for sending this gap in the in the market for young riders and adults alike. Tiny shred!!!
That’s the absolute best Edward. We love seeing dads get in on the action. Thanks for your positive review and so pleased that you and your little groms are diggin it.
Ordered a three-piece crank for my Fatboy so I needed to order the adapter kit as well got the 3-piece crank and no adapter kit send an email and lo and behold received another three-piece crank with no adapter kit still waiting on my adapter kit would love to review the crank but I can't use it yet
We are so sorry for the mix up here Cortney. We have the adapter kit coming your way - and you'll get to keep the second set of cranks. Hope it makes a difference to the Fatboy.