UNIT is proud to welcome Australian freestyle motocross talent Harry Bink to its global athlete family.
Based on the Gold Coast, just moments from UNIT’s headquarters, the 24-year-old has risen to the sport’s forefront, the result of raw skill and dedication to improving his craft.
Bink began riding freestyle from the age of 16 and within a year had landed his first backflip. His rate of progress skyrocketed, earning him invites to global FMX competitions including X Games and X-Fighters and a hard-fought Best Trick victory at the Nitro World Games.
A regular and a fan favourite on the Nitro Circus tour, Bink’s days are divided between shows, competitions, riding his home compound and a constant focus on physical fitness and preparation for the gruelling sport.
The energetic rider is excited to partner with UNIT as its technical program continues to expand.
“If you don’t make the decisions in your life, someone will make them for you,” said Bink. “2018 is a fresh start and I’m really stoked to announce I have now partnered up with UNIT, a core brand that really fits with me as a rider as well as my major supporters in Nitro Circus and Monster Energy.
“The team has been really supportive and I can’t wait to work on some really exciting things together.
“I love the design style and the idea of bringing new and fresh ideas to the sport. Equally important is the fact that the gear fits well, breathes and is super functional for what FMX demands of us.”
Bink, who rides with the UNIT Armatech MX range, is the newest addition to the brand's FMX team, joining the recently-announced Robbie Maddison as well as Emma McFerran, Ryan Brown and Tom Robinson.