The Super-S*** brand is the brainchild of Med who has worked for Sunn and Commencal. Mark Noble of Ride BMX magazine has seen early samples of Med's new stuff and reckons "it's all good."

Red-hot French BMX/jump brand seeks UK distributor

"The dirt jumping frame shows excellent potential. Everything is great," said Noble.

Here’s some info supplied by Med:

TREETS frame :

On test from April, by P’tit Clem (ex Flybikes), the TREETS frame from

Super-S***. A classic street frame : 20,5" tot tube, 13,8" chainstays,

thick donwtube and chainstays. Estimated weight : 2,9 kg (6,4 lbs), It

will be ready during the secong half of 2003.

Mini BMX range :

For the end of 2003, we’ll have 2 complete bike. There will be middle

range, with the good geomerties. One will be street/park/trail/allaround, the other will be dedicated for flatland.

Handlebars :

Beginning of summer will see introduction of Slibar and the Calbar. They will have the same sizes. Only the shape will change. With these twins, Super-S*** will offer 6 different handlebars.


In other news...

Leatt appoints Bastian Dietz and Dain Zaffke to focus on MTB market

Leatt, the head-to-toe protective gear brand, has announced that it is reinforcing its team with …