AJW Performance is proud to sponsor some of the best athletes in both automotive and extreme sports. Below you will find a few of the athletes we sponsor.
Founder of Risky Maneuvers, Inc
Technical Back-country Snowmobiling
Free ride Mountain Biker
“Although he’s only in his early 30s, Aaron Chase has already been declared a “Legend of Mountain Biking.” He’s been on the cutting edge of the sport for over a decade, innovating not only the way people ride, but the way courses and bikes are built and how the accessories are used for this sport, including gloves that people can find from sites as https://theridersmarket.com/best-motorcycle-gloves/, as well as how MTB films are scripted and shot.” – via RedBull
When was the last time you heard someone say: “I just killed it on the treadmill, and had such a blast!”? In all likelihood – never. One of the main reasons people give up their exercise routine is because they’re just not having fun with it. And understandably so – after givin’er on the stationary bike, they’ve watched a rerun of Seinfeld and shed a bucket of sweat, and that’s about it. Go mountain biking and you’ll find that for every leg-burning, lung-crushing hill you climb, you’re rewarded with the oh-so-sweet decadent descent you’ve been craving.
Biking is by nature a pretty adventurous sport, the mere mention of which evokes a certain spirit of exploration and risk-taking. And being adventurous inevitably makes you a much more interesting person. When asking a mountain biker about their weekend, instead of small talk you’ll often hear glorified tales of darting across rickety bridges, scaling treacherous peaks, dodging branches or the odd rabid animal and awkwardly returning to civilization covered in mud, stained with blood and wearing a shit-eating grin.
“Dan Smith has had a passion for skateboarding since he was a child. Growing up in the New England area has given him a great appreciation for the artistic beauty that skateboarding represents. Daniel also really enjoys representing companies born in the New England area where he is originally from.” – via Roomate
Skateboarding is for all ages and not just for kids. I know people that started skateboarding in their 30’s and got pretty skilled. Sure it takes a bit more effort when you’re older but anyone can learn how to skateboard. I see older and younger skateboarder enjoying their passion together, age doesn’t really matter.
Skateboarders don’t like regular sports and sure as hell hate visiting the gym. They want something different and dedicate themselves to learn the art of skateboarding. Skateboarders used to be misfits that didn’t quite fit in with the regular kids but that was a long time ago. Many of my skateboard friends come from a completely different background but we all shared out passion for skateboarding. Nobody cares about your ‘social status’ as long as you don’t act like a dick.