Knucklenuts™ is teaming up with the International Gravity Sports Association (IGSA) to award a special World Championship ring to the winner of the Downhill Skateboard World Championship race today at Newton’s Playground in Bathurst, Australia.
The Limited Edition ring is valued at $395 and is available only to Championship winners from Knucklenuts™. Each ring begins life as solid titanium bar stock which is then turned, faced, bored and milled,using modern CNC equipment to create the unique mechanical shapes of each design. Therings are then individually hand-shaped and finished personally by Fred Baumann.
Knucklenuts™ rings are designed for people who want their jewelry to reflect their personality and interests. Classic utility that fit the sport enthusiast’s character and lifestyle. These lightweight rings embody top quality, unique design, durability and striking appearance; this
is the essence of Knucklenuts™. Each ring is packaged in a billet aluminum piston.
Fred Baumann, the founder and creator of the titanium Knucklenuts™ line of rings, is the second generation owner of his family machining business. After completing high school and his German Machinist Apprenticeship, Fred worked in the business and pursued his other
passions — boating, BMX racing and developing after-market accessories for off road motorcycles. From his passion for all things mechanical came a vision for rings that represent his enthusiasm for all his mechanical interests.
For additional information on Knucklenuts™, visit their website at www.knucklenuts.com.