Two times X-games Gold Medalist Corey Creed has released his X Games Real Moto part 2020. Alongside some of the worlds best, our FIST ARMY legend has fired up the field in the best way.

With X-games Real Moto being the only major competition to go ahead in 2020, the heat has well and truly been turned up by Creed and his team.

90 Seconds of free will and the most out of control edit of what Moto means to you, in collaboration with Allan Hardy, Hype Republic and some of the best creatives on offer, it is guaranteed to blow you away.

After months of work from the team, the video is finally live and ready to go up against some of the worlds best in this years real Moto competition.

“We built this part as a storyboard, action packed Hollywood movie trailer.”-  Corey Creed

“I want to blow people’s minds, I want to confuse people and i want to get them excited, and I reckon that’s what we’ve made here.” – Allan Hardy

Voting to take out the Fan Favourite title is live now on the Xgames website, so jump online and place your vote for Corey. The FIST team are super proud to be a part of this wild ride, and can’t wait for you all to watch this epic video and to get your votes in.


Images by Andy Jackman




FIST Handwear is proud to announce the release of the #KaiFight77 Red Label Glove, with every dollar made from the sales being donated to Kai to aid in his recovery.

Our FIST Army brother Kai Sakakibara went down in a big way at the BMX World Cup in February. He spent weeks in a coma and has just recently been released from Hospital. Kai is making amazing progress, but still has a long road ahead of him.

With help from FIST’s great friend and talented tattoo artist Carly Kawaii, these gloves were created to raise money to aid in Kai’s Fight in any way we can.

After an overwhelming amount of support, in just one week, almost one hundred pairs of the #KaiFight77 gloves were sold and FIST were able to send Kai over $4000. With more gloves still available online, this amount will continue to grow.

Launched on Kai’s Birthday, these gloves are available in both youth and adult sizes and are currently an Australian exclusive, but will be available globally as a part of our next chapter of designs towards the end of the year.

FIST Handwear would like to thank everyone for the amazing show of support for Kai, and with limited stock still available, we’d love you to jump online and grab a pair while stock lasts.



FIST Handwear, suppliers of the world’s finest MX, MTB, and BMX Gloves, are stoked to bring you Chapter 13!

The Designers at FIST HQ bring you some epic designs from Chapter 13. Introducing the Fruity Watermelons, the Moo and the illusive Pizza Cat. We are also hitting back with some of our best sellers such as the Black Stocker, The Frosty Fingers Cold Weather glove, as well as the new, super cool Breezer Hot Weather glove. 

Made with one of the most durable man-made synthetic leathers on the market, the pre curved Clarino palm makes for superior wear, full breathability and flexibility, without sacrificing feel and keeping the gloves firm fitting to avoid bunching or blistering.

These all-weather gloves are fit with sublimated twill spandex uppers and tacky silicon print on the palm and fingers to offer full breathability, supreme comfort and maximum grip even in wet weather.

The New Chapter 13 RED LABEL range proudly features signature gloves by World moto champions Corey Creed, Matty Phillps, and FIST’s own BMX bad boy Matty Whyatt. Chapter 13 RED LABEL will also see some treats from our favourite little shredder, Jagger Maddison.

These, as well as a bunch of other styles are available now, and surely won’t be around for long. Head to the FIST website or hit up our worldwide stockists to grab yourself a pair or two.



After a solid 7th overall at Round 4 in New Zealand, Jackson says he’s feeling good going into the final round of the Australian Supercross Championship set to start this weekend in Melbourne . #smashforth

New Zealand was a huge step in the right direction for us, to finish 7th overall was an awesome feeling but to keep both wheels on the ground all weekend was also awesome! I’m going to put in a lot of work during the 2-week break and hopefully finish the season on a high come Melbourne.”

– Jackson

Jackson’s foot injury is also feeling the best it has all season which is a huge relief, feeling better each week he is on the bike! During the break Jackson spent a week in Townsville utilising MotoGP rider Jack Miller’s private Supercross track which was extremely beneficial leading into the final round.





Richo had a pretty nasty crash at the opening round of the Australian Supercross Championship in Brisbane on the weekend which you might have seen?

Unfortunately Jackson didn’t make the main event due to him stalling the motorcycle on his last chance to qualify but as always was able to maintain his sense of humour  🤘#smashforth 😂😂😂

Obviously Jackson was extremely bummed with the result but overall was really happy with his riding, especially after qualifying 4th earlier in the day.

Following the opening round Jackson has since had X-Rays on his right foot which was hurt during his crash. Jackson end up breaking all 5 toes on his right foot, the pinky toe being the most significant.

Despite the injury, Jackson will compete at Round 2 this weekend in Adelaide as his pain level is quite low when he is actually on the motorcycles which is a positive.


The bike (left), Deano’s instagram (right)