Mutiny Bikes are based in Austin, Texas, and its products are available across the world, including in Europe, Asia and Australasia, through a comprehensive network of distributors. It is primarily known for its incredible video productions, but its long list of parts, including bars, cranks, forks, sprockets, seatposts and stems, more than live up to the hype.
There is also a selection of Mutiny frames, including Matt Roe’s signature ‘Conjuror’, Grant Castelluzzo’s ‘Obscura’, and Robbo’s ‘Villij’, all with 100% 4130 chromoly Sanko tubesets. Also available is Josh Bedford’s signature frame the ‘Lucky Strike’, featuring Mutiny’s offset headtube, bullet-end stay caps, internal head tube gusset, a built-in seat clamp and removable brakes mounted on the chain stays.
Mutiny’s line-up of riders is divided into two camps – Pro and Bro. Pro riders are Bedford, Castelluzzo, Brandon Hoerres, Robbo, Roe, Justin Simpson and Jeff Wescott, while in the Bro camp are Kyle Davenport, Deven Ferrer, Mat Houck, Andy Martinez and Sean O’Connell.
The company’s web edits include 2012’s Olympic-themed ‘Mutiny in London’, edited and filmed by Richard Forne, and featuring Bedford, O’Connell, Robbo, Roe and George Boyd, all set to a soundtrack of Crystal Fighters’ ‘At Home’. There is also a full-length film, 2005’s Joe Simon-edited ‘Mutiny Road Trip’, in which Mutiny headed out of Texas to Colorado in search of good times on a bike.