We love seeing new hardcourt bike polo products pop up in various places in the world. The most recent product to come to our attention is this brand new rotor guard called the Cage. Forged in Hungary, these things look as magical as Harry Houdini. You can find more information on the Cage over on their Facebook Page!
The NAH is looking to gather information on building, expanding, and improving hardcourt bike polo infrastructure, and they are looking for your help in doing so! Here is the announcement they made this morning in English, French, and Spanish:
It is with our deepest regret that we announce the curtain call for Modifide Bike Polo Equipment. With two strong years of production behind them, the owner, Steven Sal Debus, has to walk away as he works to grow DU/ER Denim. Here is the official announcement from Steven:
If you’re unfamiliar with the company, ONE to ONE Print Shop is ran by, and ultimately for, bike polo players. In an effort to help each team, each club, and the sport as a whole grow, they have initiated a fundraiser program. When you order shirts through them, they will sell the shirts from their website for a certain amount of time, and all of the profit of the sales will go to the club or team that placed the order. It’s such an amazing idea! Check out the official word from ONE to ONE:
In tune with our constant and ever growing support and sponsorship of bike polo we are going to start offering polo club/tournament/team shirts for sale on our website, hosting them for a certain amount of time and printing/shipping them all at once. The prices will be set by the club and all of the profits will go back to the club. First up, Cincinnati, the nasty-natti. Available until December 17 so move quickly! Share this on your club page and help this club out!
Editor’s Note: A couple weeks ago Ignacio “Nacho” Pelayo of the crowd favorite team Nino Dios contacted me with interest in sharing information about the children’s bike polo school that he was helping organize. After I told him that I would love to have him share all of the info with his, he sent back the following write up. Not only that, he did it in both Spanish and English. So thank you for reaching out to me Ignacio, and I hope you all enjoy his piece: