UK rider-owned and -operated company Total BMX, founded in 2009, is based in Fareham, Hampshire, but its products are available in over 20 countries around the world. It was founded by the living legend that is Mark Webb along with ex-pro Ronnie Remo, and offers complete bikes, frames and parts.
The Total BMX UK team features Webb himself, plus Alex Coleborn, Kyle Blake and Jack Watts. There is also a Total BMX Australian squad made up of Kyle Baldock, Todd Meyn, Andrew Ahumada and Chance Brejnakowski, plus lone Californian teenager Daniel Sandoval, known for his amazing inverts.
The company’s range of completes features models named ‘Catalyst’, ‘Oracle’, and ‘Charlatan’, plus the top-of-the-line, rock solid ‘Brit’ (with distinctive Union Jack seat) and ‘Blackjack’, with full 100% chromoly frame, fork and bars, sealed hubs back and front, double-skinned Alienation rims, and frame geometry based on Mark Webb’s signature ‘Voltron’ frame.The latest version of the ‘Voltron’, known as the V2, has a tapered down tube, meaning a larger weld surface area at the head tube junction and a stronger bike.
However, it’s not just the ‘Voltron’ which is known for its quality and durability – other long-lasting frames from Total BMX include Baldock’s signature ‘Killabee’, Coleborn’s ‘Hangover’ and the Blake-inspired ‘Kaya’ with reggae graphics. Total BMX’s other products include forks, handlebars, seats and small parts such as cranks, brake pads and grips, plus a range of clothing.