Known for their custom fenders, Ground Keeper was founded in 2017 by Keely Shannon, a bike industry vet looking to shake up the “racer’s only” mentality that accompanies the sport and infuse the scene with more fun and provide the tools for others to do the same. "This is the first time we’ve done an artist series that stretches across our whole product lineup, and Brooklyn did an amazing job making this design fit perfectly on each item. I’ve seen our community rally in pretty big ways, so I have faith we can blow our fundraising goal out of the water and provide a pretty healthy donation to WMBC for the new Galbraith parking lot,” Shannon said.
A portion of all Badgal Brooky collection sales will be donated to the WMBC including fenders, frame protection, fork decals, top caps, and water bottles that feature Bell’s artwork at Ground Keeper. The jerseys will be sourced by Liet Unlimited, a local screen printing and apparel company, who holds a strong belief in supporting the local community and giving back to the place they call home.