Name: Mike Spinner
Age: 20
Location: Miami Fl
Sponsors: Mirraco Bikes, Monster Energy, Ballpark Franks, Nike 6.0, Maxxis Tires, Bell Helmets, Albes Mailorder

Frame: Mirraco Black Pearl, 20.8″
Fork: Oddyssey Race forks
Bars: Mirraco, 8″ rise
Stem: DK Race
Grips: ODI
Barends: Animal
Detangler: SNAFU
Headset: No idea.
Clamp: Profile
Seatpost: MacNiel Stump
Seat: Macniel SL
Cranks: Profile, 175mm with Ti spindle and bolts
Sprocket: Profile
Chain: White Shadow half-link
Brakes: Fly
Cable: Dragonfly
Brake Lever: Diatech Dirty Harry
Front Tire: Maxxis Prototpye folding
Front Wheel: Profile hub, Sun Ryno Lite rim, Ti spokes, and Ti studs
Rear Tire: Maxxis Prototype folding
Rear Wheel: Profile cassette hub, Odyssey 7KA rim, and Ti studs
Pedals: Welgo


Hummmmm… I used to have a bunch of headset spacers, but then I got the Mirra signature 8″ rise bars so now I don’t need to have that many spacers. Haha.

Which parts do you go through the most?
Pedals. I’m not psyched when they get all shaky.

Describe your bike setup and how you like your bike to feel…

I like it to feel solid but light. Other then that, seat low and handlebars high.

Do you remember your first “real” BMX bike?
It was a GT. I forget what model, but it was a race bike even though I never raced.

Is weight important to you? Do you know how much your bike weighs?
Yeah, weight is definitely important. I can go a pound lighter, but I prefer to know my bike can take a little bit of a beating. Nothing sucks more than when you’re riding and your bike brakes and you have to fix it. But yeah, my bike weighs 21.8 pounds.

Hardest trick to learn? Most fun trick to do every day?
Most fun is between a 720 and a lipslide. Hardest trick I learned was a tailwhip, but now I love them!

What’s up with the Mirraco guys running crossbar pads?
I think It was Guettler’s and Mirra’s idea and at the Baltimore Dew Tour Sean from Mirraco had them with him so I threw it on and I’m really psyched on it. And it feels like a little more protection, which can never hurt.