Cameron Zink, the multi-talented MTB freerider, has picked up a components sonsorship to accompany his deal with Haro to support a 2006 program that includes film projects (such as the next New World Disorder video), World Cup races, The Red Bull District Ride, Monster Park, and more.
"The first time I heard of Cam was years ago before he broke into the pro scene," said Eric Davies, owner of deity, an Oregon based manufacturer of heavy-duty cranksets, stems, bars and other components and acessories." I received an image of this kid destroying his local park and I knew that he was going to end up shifting the direction of the riding scene. Not a long time after Cam was pulling backflip variations and moves that transcended what was common at the time. With the direction and goals we have at deityCam is a perfect fit for our future plans as his insight, passion, and skill will not only influence the product line...but will also bring to the company a person that we respect equally on and off the bike."