History, Copper, inspired, Bside, BMX

My Friend Stumpy or Brian thought it would be funny and interesting to pay a site to do a paper. It was $10 and he chose my name and BMX. It took a few weeks then he received this “History of Chad DeGroot” which is pretty funny, good, and some info is just worded so weird you have to decide what to think of it. So here is this weeks opener…enjoy. 

History of Chad Degroot in Bmx

Chad is a rough bike rider, born back in 1975, at Green Bay in the USA. His first ride was in April 2006, a time when he found everything interesting (“Biography Of Chad. Degroot” , pg. 6). Over the past few years, he has taken his riding to a greater extent, due to his originality. Uniquely, he uses tricks such as riding with the crack packer behind his seat to beat his competitors (“Biography Of Chad. Degroot”, pg. 8). However, he began getting ready for BMX in 1986, following the fact that he remembered how much he needed to learn more tricks on his bike. At the same time, it was a time when he was getting himself committed to bike riding as he felt it would become his lifetime task. It is clear that the main reasons why he felt that he was good at it involved the fact he possessed freedom and rode for transportation purposes. At the same time, his addiction was also greatly facilitated by the zeal to learn concerning the bike and how all its parts worked. Concerning getting prepared for a particular competition, he ensured that he had a new pair of socks, a chewing gum, as well as rehearses some of his tricks before the actual race.

Unfortunately, he broke his back in January 1996 (“Biography Of Chad. Degroot” , pg.10). The incidence occurred a time when he was engaging in a race for Schwinn as well as toured in most of his day. During the actual day, he was practicing as usual alongside his two coaches, who insisted on doing flips. It is so unfortunate that he was never taught how to save himself when upside down, and as a result, he experienced injuries on his shoulder and the back. Later on, after recovering, he went back to standard.

Precisely, he dreams of riding in South America and Russia (Polynter). However, despite being the best BMX athlete, he chose to move to entrepreneurship. His decision came by, at the end of 1997, after the shutdown of the local skate park in Florida. With his colleagues, they decided to build a particular child’s house possessing various tennis courts. After the boy had realized that Chad would be of great help, he requested for a partnership – which was signed during his 18th birthday (Polynter). After the agreement, they managed to open a standard skate park in the entire country. For this reason, Chad began to think about adventuring in business.

He chose Succubus name for his business and felt that he named it in connection to the product frame. Being in BMX had taught him how to remain innovative and to maintain his dream through an increased use of various tricks. At the same time, despite the fact that his started frame does not relate with sexuality – as Succubus suggest- it possesses the capacity to consume an individual (Polynter). Following the fact that it is a strong word, it implies how he dreamt of beginning something which in the long run would stand out.

In conclusion, there is no doubt that Chad is substantially a busy person. In simpler terms, he ranges from being sponsored to engage in the BMX ride, became the owner of Deco BMX to the owner of the M. B’s bike shop, is a family man, as well as have a new idea each and every day. Nevertheless, he is recently involved in a Kaleidoscope color way concerning racing profile.

Work Cited

“Biography Of Chad. Degroot”. Statistical Science 6.1 (2011): 3-14. Web.

Polynter, Karl. “Degroot’s Profile Kaleidoscope Colorway: Q&A + Bike Check”. Vital BMX. N.p., 2017. Print.

Hope you enjoyed that and your weekend. Have a good one. -Chad D

Got this idea last week while at the office, and in usual fashion, had low expectations of it actually working. After making @scgsteve hunker in the Florida sun for an hour with my camera, I was surprised it did.
Ice wedge, x-ed up abubaca.
Thanks to @scgsteve for the pic and hanging in there.
Thanks to @thomas__hooper for the dialed, American Darkness tee. @matt_coplon

Two weeks and @matuptobat will be in Colorado @woodwardcopper riding all week long. July 2nd-8th he will be ripping it up with the campers for this summers Bmx camp. Check em out and get in on the fun. Mat will have some product for camp mini comps and sessions, it should be a good time. -@matuptobat

@lee_musselwhite By the end of this week we will of hopefully inspired over 7’000 children ? ??

From a few weeks back @chaddegroot B-side jam in the @mrbikesnboards parking lot. ?by @brianstump @theweavbmx

Thank you @decobmx for helping with goodies for our second annual “Bike Like a Girl” jam this Saturday June 24th. Please come join us and show support for female shredders in bmx freestyle. #deco #decobmx #bikelikeagirlsponsor#bikelikeagirl2017 #bikelikeagirl #ridebikes#havefun #nowear #nowearbmx#nowearcompound @nowearbmx

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