Press Release: DMR
It’s something that has been brewing for a few months, and now the new DMR Bikes team is ready to announce for 2023 – with more Flow riders getting on board to complement the existing Pro team.
The DMR Pro team remains, with riders all having signature parts from DMR Bikes – Olly Wilkins
, Ben Deakin
, Brendan Fairclough
and Andreu Lacondeguy
all now have signature products in the new DMR product line – from Pedals, Handlebars, Saddles and of course the ever-popular Deathgrips.
New to DMR Bikes is an expanded Flow team – so let’s meet the new crew.
will be familiar to those who follow his exploits on camera, both behind and in front of the lens. Also riding for YT Bikes, Will has also been tasked with working on new video projects with the team, so look out for those later this year.
has picked up two key sponsors this year – not only does she join DMR for the new year, but now also rides for Focus in the UK. Fast, stylish and hella fun(ny).
and Alfie Stephens
exemplify what DMR stands for – trails riders, bike park shredders, scene builders; they know what’s up and they know the heritage that DMR has. As Alfie says, “DMR's been kickin' ass, I’m stoked to be a part of this awesome Flow Team!”
has been on DMR’s radar for some time – blisteringly fast and able to podium enduro and DH races, Sam also rips any trails spot; “I love the brand, loved them for years. Stoked to be riding for them now.”
is another rider capable of enduro wins and also not afraid of putting moonshot mileage on his bike with massive rides (check his Strava stats). No surprise that Wes currently resides in Innerleithen, and has endless trails right on his doorstep.
perhaps needs no introduction – and has in fact been riding for DMR longer than we care to remember: perhaps, two decades? Steve’s longevity and timeless style on a bike never ceases to impress. The godfather of UK trail riding.
and Katy Curd
round out a new team that you’ll be seeing more of in 2023. Katy’s an ex downhill champion and currently runs an MTB coaching service full-time while also managing her own Youth Development Race Team, and also rides for Privateer. Eme Cosh got hooked on riding only a few years ago but already is making a big name for herself – one to watch for the future as well.
Watch all '15 Questions' videos below:
(from left) Will, Andy, Sam and Alfie looking brilliant at S4P Bikepark
Kerenza and Olly getting synchronised at Windhill
In Summary...Pro Riders
Andreu LacondeguyFlow Riders
Katy CurdSupported Riders