Press Release: Propain
Some time ago we already told you that we will also be active in the USA and set up an independent office there in order to be able to serve the US market directly on site. Now we have gained new active support with two well-known athletes in the USA. We would like to welcome Ryan Rodriguez
and Dylan Crane
to the Propain Family!
In a Van down by the river
Nomadic freerider, DH and Enduro
The Dirty Sanchez Enduro, Freeride Fiesta, riding with everyone at RAMPAGE!
Macadamia nuts with sautéed dates
Tyee and Rage!!
Plans for 2022:
Dirty Sanchez Enduro, Big Mountain Slopes, Downhill US national Champs, filming, travelling to Thailand/Mexico/Europe and working on my trick game while exploring the United States!
Ryan grew up in California and started riding BMX in the sixth grade. As a young adult, he worked in many different places until he pursued his other passion, playing drums. He played for various bands and was involved in studio recordings. In 2012 he bought his first mountain bike and found his love for two wheels again. Since then, Ryan has solidified himself in the MTB community and is always a welcome guest at many events, inspiring people to take on new challenges.
I'd say Carbondale CO but I'm not home most of the year as I move around for riding constantly.
DH/Enduro background. Currently a Crankworx athlete
"Live a life worth sharing. We only regret the chances we didn't take.
Vorsätze für 2022:
Crankworx World Tour, surviving Magavalanche, travelling back to NZ, continue learning new things und release the "Now or Never" video series. More info on this coming soon.
Ryan Rodriguez on why he chose Propain Bicycles: Dylan Crane on his change to Propain Bicycles:
Dylan grew up skiing and rafting in the outdoors. It wasn't until high school that he turned his focus to mountain biking. Only a year later he competed in his first race and since then he knew how he wanted to spend the rest of his life. Always conflicted between school and racing, he was able to finish school in 2019 and fully dedicate himself to just biking. But 2020 had other plans with Covid-19 and so he spent the year in New Zealand. There, however, he had a bad accident and broke his back. Dylan was able to recover quickly from this setback and now he wants to do everything he can to get back on the race tracks of this world and compete in the Crankworx World Tour.
We are very excited about the upcoming collaboration with Ryan and Dylan. If you want to meet them in person, feel free to check out our Events in the USA.
Let's make some great projects together!
Be sure to check out Ryan and Dylan on social media as well:
Photos by Trevor Lyden