2015 Drop One

CHarge clothing Om Sweat Skate

One sunny winter morning we took to the streets of Gorleston to capture some of our new looks. The images bellow showcase the latest styles coming out of the Charge camp – for your viewing pleasure.
The first drop of our 2015 range releases in just under two weeks (March 27th).




























Charge Clothing x Bounce BMX Jam Tomorrow!

Charge team member Barney Pauley has spent the last few months dedicating all his time in to organising his first ever jam, which takes place tomorrow (30th August) at Can Hall skatepark, East London. There will be loads of prizes and giveaways on the day supplied by us and our good friends over at Bounce BMX – check them out at  bouncebmx.com, word on the street is they’re even giving out one of their slick mini BMX’s!

barney photo

Everybody who wants to come along is welcome – from total newbies to pro riders. Bring your family and friends too because it is going to be a slamming day with lots of competitions, giveaways, prizes and jaw-dropping riding going on. Continue reading »

Free t-shirt with every order!



For a very limited time whenever you purchase anything from our new range we will throw in a random t-shirt from our sale absolutely free! All you have to do is enter the code ‘FREETEE’ at the checkout and we’ll slip a tee in to your package the same size as the item you have ordered



Team Profile – Brett Wheeler


Hi my name’s Brett wheeler I’m 26 years young and I’m from Bournemouth in Dorset. My whole life I have had 2 wheels between my legs, at 2 i was riding push bikes with no stabilisers and at 4 years old my dad bought me a Yamaha PW50.
For the next 20 years my life was Moto X doing all the major youth nationals then progressing to the adults where my racing improved winning 8 local championships, 1 south west champs and having a 7th in 2007 125 British champs and a 6th in 2008.
I then took up mountain bike dirt jumping in 2011 and progressed quickly picking up some good sponsors and in 2012 I was competing in major UK competitions. Unfortunately at round 1 I badly broke my leg and had to give up the dirt jumping. In October 2012 I was introduced to downhill mountain biking and really enjoyed it, it gave me the feelings I used to get when I raced motocross. There’s such a rush racing through trees fast and riding through rock gardens at high speed. At the end of 2012 I entered some races in the seniors with each race progressing with better positions.

October 2012 – Southern champs – 18th place
November 2012 – UK bike park series rd1 – 3rd place

My 2013 season has been going a lot better having raced 3 more races in the seniors,

Woodlands winter series rd 1 – 4th place with 40 riders in my class
Forest of dean – 8th place with 90 riders in my class
Woodlands winter series rd2 – 6th place with 36 riders in my class
Forest of dean rd 2 – 8th place with 90 riders in my class

I am really enjoying racing downhill and after 5 months of riding I’m happy with my progress and can hopefully keep on progressing to the front and will also be riding the first British national at Combe Syd in Devon in April.

I would like to thank some guys that have come aboard and will be supporting me in 2013
Alex and James at muc off , Andy at charge clothing, Paul shires for sorting me out with herbalife and Gary chambers at dogcam these guys have been a great help so far.

Hopefully see you guys at the races

Brett wheeler

Powerband Racing Team go 1,2,3 in the final Redbull standings

The last round of 2012 Redbull Nationals concluded at Culham Motopark at the weekend which saw some epic racing. Charge supported Powerband Racing team 65cc top duo Tom Grimshaw & Christopher Mills produced some nail biting moments throughout the weekend, but it all came down to the last moto of the championship when Tom was able to ride through the difficult condition to clinch the race win & championship from Christopher who experienced some bike problems 3 laps from the end and was then unable to continue. Both boys have had there difficulty’s this year, and have both shared a DNF each which made for some tense and exciting moments throughout the year.

Powerband’s other star rider SW85cc George Grigg Pettitt finished of a great second half of the season by clinching 3rd overall in one of the most competitive classes. George really showed some great speed by topping qualification and producing some great rides throughout the weekend to nail 3rd overall i the championship.

Powerband Racing Redbull National Standing

65cc – 1st Overall Tom Grimshaw  – 2nd Overall Christopher Mills

SW 85cc – 3rd Overall George Grigg Pettitt

Powerband racing would like to say a big thank you to all team sponsors, family & friends who have supported the team this year and we all look forward to a bigger & better year in 2013.

Report by David Grimshaw