Recked Industries “Freeride”

Recked Industries “Freeride”

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Recked Industries “Freeride”

Recked Industries – Defining an Alternative lifestyle
Recked Industries was founded by Garan Reck in 2001 as a side project. Over the years the brand has developed and gained a core following. This has pushed us to start investing into the brand and grow it due to the interest and following it has gained over the years.
Recked hosted events such as
Pro-X games in Cape Town
Formulated the MX NATIONALS identity and procured sponsorship from 2011 – 2015.
Also Dirt Kings
Currently sponsor
 
Our mission is to develop, design and deliver extra sports apparel, accessories and media projects for this who push the boundaries. 
Our style is for those who make their own rules. 
 
THE EDGY RISK TAKERS. The ones who see things differently, always looking for more.
Our commitment is to these individuals. 
The ones that Truly embody the Recked /Lifestyle
 
 
#reckedcrew / #recknroll / #onthegas /#forthechicks
 
Facebook – @reckedindustries
Instagram – Recked_ind
Twitter- @Recked_1

Reckedcrew watch Seth throwing it sideways – all showing the 49 sticker in support of Olivia Jackson.

Seth Van Der Abeele – Originally from PE was at home in the sand as you can see. (Recked ind , Fist handwear, Von zipper, Eddy2Race Husqvarna.

Caleb Tennant kicking up sand for Brodalka.

Recked Industries Team -Devan De Villiers Marais (Off Road) , Seth Van der Abeele (125 High School), Dylan Donald (MX1 / Off Road), Garan Reck.

Vincent Conlon – Recked ind Free Ride athlete RM250 2 Smoker.

A crew of 15 bikes pulled in with a total of around 40 people.

Recked industries helmet / Taka Fist Gloves / Von zipper #reckedcrew #recknroll

Caleb Tennant 444 – DEAN Hofmann Racing on his RMZ450

Devan De Villiers Marais burying it in the white sand.

Greame Goldblatt getting the power down.

Caleb Tennant ,hangtime.

Garan Reck – Recked industries, getting involved.

Seth van den Abeele.

Vinny getting greasy.

Big Cal AKA the Worse getting some traction on his YZ250

seat banner

 

 

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