Liverpool-born Harry Main is sponsored by companies including Monster Energy, The Wandering, Hyper, Skullcandy, Vans, Kunstform, Failure Bikes and Snafu. Harry first started riding a BMX at the age of 11, was taking part in competitive events at 16, and turned pro two years later, quickly becoming well-known around Europe for his astonishing mix of technical skills and ‘go-big’ ability, best illustrated by his trademark, jaw-dropping 1080.
Things got even bigger for Harry Main in 2009 when a series of web edits that featured him pulling amazing technical trick combos went viral, and he became an overnight internet sensation. The worldwide attention secured him his first X Games invitation, but just before he was to make his debut in the competition, he broke his ankle and was forced to withdraw.
He came back the following year, only to suffer the same injury again causing him once more to forfeit his X Games invitation. He was able to enter Simple Session 2010 in Tallinn, Estonia, where he finished fifth in Park, and in 2011 he made his debut on the American Dew Tour, with a best finish of seventh in Ocean City, Maryland.
In recent years, Harry Main has confirmed his reputation as one of the best BMX park riders on the planet, putting out some of the most progressive web videos around via his ‘Harrymania’ series filmed and edited by Matty Lambert, as well as winning countless competitions and awards. His awesome abilities and super-friendly personality means he will always be the fans’ favourite.