Endless issue 1 reminds us a lot about the first days we put out a 'zine. We did not give a fuck about anything, published what the hell we wanted, and the timing was just right. Now that many magazines are folding, there's room for 'zines again, but most of them appear online. Not Endless. Instead of working your way up from making a 'zine to a full on magazine, Eisa worked at RIDE UK and instead of bringing out a full on glossy magazine for the newsstands, chose for a smaller sized mag. Also the paper fits better in the 'zine category but don't get me wrong, the quality is so much better than 30 years ago when we rolled every page through the typewriter and typed up the story next to the photo copied pics next to it. The length of the story depended on the room that was left on the page. Most of you won't be able to relate to that pre-computer era and that's fine, but seeing Endless made me a little jealous to say the least. Full colour, nicely cut, glued together, 132 pages, quality pics and content. We never made it
Only a few years ago we received many BMX magazines in the post per month. Soul BMX is one of the few that's left and represents the French BMX scene. #88 has a special cover, dedicated to BMX rider Mathias Dymarski who got killed by the terror attack in Paris at the end of last year. He's being missed by the BMX family. Issue 88 takes us around France.
What a ride! The Premium DUO is so ready for the streets it's not even funny. It's got the full package of parts you need except for some pegs. But your favourite bike shop or mailorder most likely has a full selection of those in your favourite size, colour and material. Support your favourite BMX store. But the Duo is packed with good parts, just check below and you'll see there's no need for any upgrades. -100% crmo frame with integrated head tube, Mid BB shell,
SOUL BMX released another print version of their BMX Mag with a special cover dedicated to Matthias Dymarski, gone during the Paris drama, just to remember that friendship is a beautiful thing. Contents: -Bringer brothers interview -Pool trip in the USA
#21 of BMX Rider Magazine in Germany just came out. If you thought RIDEBMX was the last one standing, think again. BMX Rider's full glossy magazine comes out on a regular basis and now with Endless magazine added to the program in the UK it's easier to say #printaintdead. Simone Barraco is one of those European riders who have 'made it'. The Italian is living the life as a pro BMX rider and was interviewed for BMX Rider magazine to see how he makes it work for himself. With #21 being the last issue before bmX-mas, a lot of products can be found in the product pages. Also a few bike tests were done with machines from Felt, WTP and Sunday. It will help you learn more about these 2016 complete bikes. BMX Rider travels to Paris to see what the city of love has to offer. A whole lot, and more than terrorist attacks as was shown by Corey Martinez and Erik Elstran. The Monster Energy BMX team visited Budapest and BMX rider reports about it. The best flatland spots in Berlin appear in
The Jan/Feb issue of RideBMX features the 2015 NORA Cup winners, Colony in the Northwest, The Ramp II with Kevin Peraza, Pat Casey, and Larry Edgar in Russia, Dillon Lloyd, Ryan Jordan, Billy Perry, Joe Rich, Matt Nordstrom, Colony & Volume completes, and more. Here's the full list:
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Start: Ryan Jordan keeps it classic, Alex Duleba fully commits, and Billy Perry samples an oversaturated SoCal spot.
Pro Q&A: Dillon Lloyd With a powerhouse style and the ability to shred anything in his path, Dillon does his Canadian motherland proud wherever he goes. Especially in Southern California—where he’s in the process