In less than a month BMX athletes from around the world will step onto the world’s largest stage in Rio and leave it all on the line in the hopes of securing the title of Olympic Champion.

Caroline Buchanan has spent the last 8 years training for this upcoming Rio games. After coming up short in London, she went on worldwide tour of Championships and wins. Now she’s back stronger than ever to claim what was hers 4 years ago.

Check out Caroline’s custom #68 Rio Olympic Fist Gloves! Stay tuned for more photos coming through social media shortly.
We can’t wait for her to kiss ass. Check out her social pipes below to keep up to date.

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Caroline #68

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This time every year we are treated to a weekend of seeing the world best action sports athletes compete on the world stage in what is referred to as the Olympics of action sports the XGames.

Jack Strong FIST

When I started this little glove company I dreamed of seeing it on the big stage in the XGames on the other side of the world in the USA, it always seemed so far away from Tasmania, Australia and sort of unreachable but to see the athletes we support not only competing but absolutely killing it is crazy to me and I am lucky to have these guys in our corner. 4 Xgames medals for the #FISTARMY in 2016 so stoked! – sam88moore (FIST HQ)

FIST Results

DAVE MIRRA GOLDEN PEDAL BMX BEST TRICK
 
Kyle Baldock – #FISTARMY
 
BMX PARK
1 Dennis Enarson 41.00 29.00 14.00 70.00
2 Logan Martin – #FISTARMY 32.00 29.00 32.00 64.00
3 Kyle Baldock – #FISTARMY 24.00 29.00 34.00 63.00
4 Drew Bezanson 23.00 38.00 20.00 61.00
5 Ryan Nyquist 26.00 31.00 17.00 57.00
BMX DIRT
1 Kevin Peraza 41.00 47.00 40.00 88.00
2 Ben Wallace 38.00 32.00 43.00 81.00
3 James Foster – #FISTARMY 32.00 32.00 41.00 73.00
4 Pat Casey 29.00 8.00 42.00 71.00
5 Mike Clark 34.00 27.00 69.00
6 Chris Doyle 40.00 28.00 10.00 68.00
7 Kyle Baldock – #FISTARMY 45.00 20.00 17.00 65.00
8 Leandro Moreira 11.00 22.00 41.00 63.00
9 Ryan Nyquist 42.00 19.00 61.00
10 Cory Nastazio 27.00 17.00 31.00 58.00
MOTO BEST TRICK
1 Jackson Strong – #FISTARMY 94.00 94.00
2 Josh Sheehan 89.66 80.33 89.66
3 Clinton Moore 89.00 89.33 89.33
4 Taka Higashino – #FISTARMY 88.66 87.00 88.66
5 Rob Adelberg 87.33 86.00 87.33
6 Tom Pages 40.00 84.00 84.00
7 Rich Kearns 83.66 84.00 84.00
8 Blake Williams 82.33 83.33 83.33
9 Harry Bink 69.66 69.66

Photo credit: NICK EVENNOU


The #FISTARMY are proud to welcome Luke Clout.

Luke has recently made the move to race the AMA Supercross and Outdoors series in the USA, based out of Temecula California Luke is racing for the MAD Racing/Dirt Candy Suzuki team. “FIST was looking for a racer in the USA and Luke becoming available was awesome as he fits right in with all the rest of us animals over at FIST. “We are so stoked to be able to support an up and coming Aussie in the US series and we look forward to coming up in the US market with Luke” –  sam88moore (FIST HQ).

Luke Clout Fist Handwear

Be sure to check out Luke’s social pipes –
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Photo credit: https://vurbmoto.com


Counting down the days to the Olympic games Caroline Buchanan has just claimed the elite women’s time trial world title and placed second in the main event at the UCI BMX World Championships!

The world championships have been a key Olympic selection chance for the Aussies and with a time trial world title and a second place to her name, Buchanan is now front and centre for a ticket to the Olympic Games in Rio.

We’re so proud of Caroline’s achievements leading up to the Olympic games, can’t wait to cheer her on in Rio! Be sure to check out her video above taking out the Elite woman’s time trial, man that track looks gnarly.

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Credit: https://www.facebook.com/CraigDuttonStudios/


Robbie Maddison begins training after an invasive knee operation.

After surgery on Robbie’s left knee 6 months ago he’s now back to training taking Robbie Maddison to the next level and doing things that have never been done before!
We thought riding a wave on a dirt bike was already insane next level stuff so can’t wait to see what’s install next. #FISTARMY


Whilst out in Cali earlier this year I was lucky enough to tee up a morning session with Taka Higashino to shoot some photo & video content.

We were blessed with prime FMX conditions, not a breath of wind insight and the sun was out in force for the morning session at Ronnie Faisst’s compound in Murrieta. Taka is a mad man and it was really cool to see how he rides a session, each rider is different in the way they tackle their daily sessions. It’s almost an art in how each rider achieves trick perfection.

Taka sure didn’t hold back, throwing huge tricks one after another, smooth and extended every time! With the conditions being perfect we were really able to make the most of the opportunity and gathered a bunch of real quality photo and video content.

It’s not everyday you get to shoot one of the best Freestyle riders in the world, especially one as cool and down to earth as Taka, his broken English is bad ass and makes for a good laugh! It was a pleasure shooting whilst out in Cali, definitely a highlight of the trip!

Speak soon! BT

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It’s so rad scrolling through Instagram seeing our customers running Fist Handwear! Hash tag #FISTARMY and we’ll see what you guys are all up to. We also have the feed on our site, which you can view HERE.

Below are just some of our rad customers!

@jeremy_malott
@robbiemaddison
@joshcachia10
@killabmx
@allimphotos
@gwell45
@dannyyoung29
@cbuchanan68
@brodieellis75
@stevecusworth

Be sure to tag #FISTARMY and smash forth next time you’re out riding!


Rio Olympic hopeful Caroline Buchanan has won the second round of the UCI BMX Supercross World Cup, her second consecutive victory for the 2016 series and third on the trot in Manchester, the win coinciding with the naming of the Australian BMX world championships team.

Here at FIST we’re super proud of Caroline’s achievements! You can check out her signature gloves HERE.


Never one to beat around the bush, Australia’s Matt Phillips offers a candid insight into his new Sherco deal and the prospect of winning a third world enduro title.

Since his debut in the Enduro World Championship (EWC) in 2013 at the tender age of 19, Matt Phillips has won two world titles and came very close to winning a third in 2015. That makes him Australia’s most successful enduro pilot in the past decade, and one of this country’s most successful motorcycle exports of all time. And he’s still just 22 years of age.

Late last year, in a move that shocked many, Matt Phillips turned his back on the powerhouse Factory KTM Enduro team, and signed with the Italian guys he worked with in 2013 for his maiden EWC title. As we announced a few months ago, the young Aussie will race a Sherco 450 in the 2016 EWC – now re-branded as the “EnduroGP” – with Fabrizio Azzalin’s CH Racing outfit.

“MATT PHILLIPS IS AUSTRALIA’S MOST SUCCESSFUL ENDURO PILOT IN THE PAST DECADE, AND ONE OF THIS COUNTRY’S MOST SUCCESSFUL MOTORCYCLE EXPORTS OF ALL TIME. AND HE’S STILL JUST 22.”

Jump onto the Transmoto page to view the full interview with Matt HERE.

We’re super pumped to watch Matt wax everyone in the world enduro this year!