Author: Tim at LUXBMX   Date Posted:15 September 2020 


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Boyd has been on a mission for the past few years, and despite not being able to travel the good majority of this year, Boyd has been hard at work with Troy Charlesworth working together on a new video for Odyssey that should be due out in the not too distant future. Boyd has been pushing himself and battling some huge set-ups and a diverse amount of spots making sure you will be glued to the screen from start to finish. 

Boyd- double peg. Photo by Tim Storey


This isn’t the first time Boyd and Troy have worked together, back in 2015 Boyd was riding for Mankind and the duo paired up to bring us a first look at Boyds new-age, hybrid style of riding. Covering everything from rails to trails and of course a few of Brisbane and the Gold Coast Skateparks. After this video dropped Boyds mark on the BMX scene was starting to be seen and as the years have gone on Boyd has further refined his style while keeping the same fun attitude to his riding that he has become so well known for.  




During the weekend Boyd and Troy got together to film a few more clips to go towards this new video they are working on. This rail Boyd had in mind on the weekend wasn’t for the faint-hearted a tall steep rail nestled in the heart of the Goldcoast between the two houses in a quiet little suburban street. 


Opposite double peg. Photo- Tim Storey

Boyd rides his signature frame from Federal Bikes. The Boyd ICS2 Frame features: 

Tapered seat stays

Stamped down tube gusset

Removable brake mounts

Head Tube 75.2º

Seat Tube 71º

Chain Stays 13.4” Slammed

Top Tube 21”, 21.2” or 21.5”

Stand Over 9”

BB Height 11.7”


Built with Boyds riding in mind this frame is strong and responsive but offers a size built for the taller riders out there. Coming in matte black and turquoise these frames look the part and handle anything that Boyd throws at it!