Brady Stone Announces Sponsors for 2024

Feb 8, 2024
by Brady Stone  

Photos & Video by Martha Gill
Words by Brady Stone

After finding out the news that Polygon Factory Racing was no longer continuing at the end of 2023 I have spent the last few months putting together my own program for 2024. This has given me the opportunity to choose the brands I want to work with and represent, I am very excited to finally be able to announce them to everyone! This year my focus will continue to be on racing the full EDR World Cup Series, as well as some select Crankworx events. I also hope to produce some more 'Brady's Take On Trails' episodes during my travels around the globe.


First up, I will be riding for Marin Bikes! It’s an honour to be able to ride for such a prestigious brand that has been around since the start of mountain biking and focuses on designing bikes that are “made for fun”. Fun being the main reason I have been hooked on riding bikes since I was a kid, and why I still love riding bikes now.


My clothing sponsor for this year will be Velocio. I've only been riding in this kit for a few weeks, but I'm already impressed by their attention to detail - the fit and quality is amazing. The brand's focus on sustainability is a big reason why I wanted to work with them.


I’m delighted to be back on DVO Suspension! Before Polygon Factory Racing I was riding for DVO, so it feels like home to be back on their products this season. I am especially excited to be riding the newly released Onyx 38 fork, this thing is honestly the best fork I’ve ever ridden.


As an original sponsor of the PFR Team, I'm thrilled to continue working with BikeYoke. The design and quality of their products is incredible, I have been riding the Revive post for the last 2 years and it has been so reliable.


Sponsors I'm also continuing to work with this season include FSA, Smith, and Crankbrothers.

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 But it would've taken you 20s on roots and rain to look him up.

It's another person getting to ride bikes with help from sponsors, whether he's 1st or 50th, that's a good thing.

I get he's not the fastest out there but you can say that about all bar a few riders, but it's still interesting. What I find weird is that riders like Tarmo from PBA get love, but Brady beats him, Kaspar Wooley gets love here, but again Brady beats him. He's young and riding world level enduros, enjoy it and let him enjoy it too.

Don't forget, he'll have known about this article for weeks and looking forward to it and we get "grunt, never heard of him"
  • 20 0
 Marin knows what’s up. Congrats on the sponsors!
  • 17 8
 17th in the world is who
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 Faster than you
  • 4 0
 Super chill little video - very different, but it did the job and made me want to ride… or build, my area lacks a flow / chill jump line
  • 3 0
 Tough break with Polygon, show em a missed opportunity this year Brady!
  • 1 0
 Polygon and Marin are owned by the same company)
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 @Beskyd: good to know and at least helping him out a little after pulling the rug out from under them, I see Jack went to Canyon.
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 @Beskyd: Marin's are made in Indonesia by Polygon.
  • 4 0
 Ohyeee leshhgooo
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 congrats. It'll be good seeing Marin represented at EDR - hopefully showing that fun is fast... because fast is fun.
  • 2 0
 Yes Brady, go get some this year Smile !
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