Tim “Fuzzy” Hall has left his TM position at Redline for a new athlete manager position with Red Bull. Fuzz had the following to say about his industry switch:

My next Chapter,

Just wanted to let you all know that I will be leaving my three-year TM job at Redline Bicycles. Not because of any negative things at all; they have been absolutely great with me over my timespan there. I want to thank everyone at Redline HQ for the support, I will be making suggestions on who will be taking over the Redline TM position and taking care of a great and talented team.

About three months ago I heard that there was an athlete manager position available at Red Bull for the Mountain South Business Unit, and I figured with the love I have for all the activities that Red Bull is involved with it was a perfect match for me to apply with Red Bull. I officially sent in my resume in September (not thinking anything would come out of it) until I received an interview. After about three months worth of interviews and lots of traveling back and forth to Dallas and Santa Monica, I am pleased to announce that I am officially the new MSBU Athlete Marketing Manager. I’m looking forward to working with Ben Garcia—Sports Marketing Manager and Jason Hines—Event Marketing Manager. With my love for bikes, moto, snowboarding, snowmobiles and all action sports, I feel this job is natural progression for me.

As athlete manager I will be managing/marketing all Red Bull athletes in the Mountain South Business Unit  (my current playground and a place I love), and I am looking forward to not only working with BMX athletes and events but many other action sports athletes, and events as well.

I want to thank Red Bull for giving me this great opportunity, I am looking forward to doing some great stuff with RB and opening up this next chapter in my crazy life.

-Fuzzy Hall

Fuzzy and Red Bull? Good things can only come from that combo. One-footed invert in Utah. Photo: Eichhorst

Fuzzy and Red Bull? Good things can only come from that combo. One-footed invert in Utah. Photo: Eichhorst