Brock Horneman: Scooter Edit



FUCK MGP. If you ride BMX and if you love BMX, then supporting a scooter company wouldn't exist as an option, let alone a reality as seen above in this hideousness. Rollerblading > scootering.

9 comments:

Tom said...

Worst thing to happen to bmx

BROCK said...

hahahahah,Wow you guys got really butt hurt over this. at the end of the day You're the guy who's upset behind a screen, while im having fun getting the support from a company who is trying to expand into the bmx scene and encouraging kids to get off scooters and ride bikes therefor making more money for bmx shops/company's not just mgp.

Captain Beefheart said...

How and why would MGP ever encourage kids (their target market) to shift to BMX when their profit is made almost entirely off scooters? You are contributing to the rise of 'scootering' and for that, the BMX community says, fuck you.

BROCK said...

Are you dumb? Hundreds and thousands of kids change from scooter to bmx as I did and allot of others i know, people grow out of them. I'm contributing to the growth of bmx and making it a bigger community. Meanwhile you're the person hating behind a screen and a fake name. Good one

Will. said...

When these hundreds of thousands of kids change from scootering to BMX then. Them buying products and bikes from core BMX brands such as United, FBM, S&M etc is good for the scene. Not if they buy MGP.
Putting there money to MGP is taking money out of core brands that are already struggling in our industry.

You can look at it from the "well MGP is making BMX stuff now which can't be bad for the industry"
But if you really look into it, it does more damage than good.

Brock and Dan are both nice dudes, and can ride the fuck out of a bike, and BMX is about the fun, but the companies that founded our passion are suffering because of corporate companies like MGP.
Rider owned is the way to go.

Kerley said...

Word

Jack said...

So basically should we stop buying BMW motorbikes when they are a car company because it takes away from other core motorbike brands? Seriously your grown men, acting like 5 year olds winging about which company to support... I agree with Brock that mgp is getting kids into bmx and is doing more good than bad for the industry. Not too mention the benefits and opportunities they give their riders.

Tom. said...

What a stupid comparison. God damn.

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