We want to say congratualtions to Dave Freimuth and his wife Patie on the expansion of their family. Yup, it's a son! Here's the 411 from Dave:
I just wanted to write and let everyone know that Patie finally let the bun out of the oven. Our new son Thompson was born at 5:16AM this morning after keeping his mother up for 26 hours... Patie did invent a couple new swears, but who can blame her. I'd rather break my pelvis 2 more times before going through what she did last night!
We are proud to present the Go Home Contest on 1 and 2 October 2005 at Impact in Sint-Niklaas, Belgium.A contest by riders for riders. You can register for the contest at the riders page on www.gohomecontest.tk
-It's 15 euro for the 2 days if you ride the contest.
-If you just wanna ride ist 5 euro a day.
-If you wanne check the contest without riding 0 euro.
At one point my internet provider announced that someone would come by to swap the old modem for a new one. One evening the Chello man showed up at the door and when I opened it up, it was Rik Jurjus. Rik is a Dutch freestyle BMX addict who shows up at all events. You might not know who Rik is, so we asked him that question for you. And more......Who is Rik?
Just a simple guy trying to have some fun.
Where do you live?
I live in Arnhem, a small city in Holland
What do you do?
How about one last ultimate battle for this summer? Crime Scene has lined up the 8 eight leading Belgian bmx cities for a two on two battle in the new skatepark at Kooigem Belgium.
Kortrijk, Kuurne, Brugge, Antwerp, Roeselare, Brussel, Ninove and St-Niklaas will be battling each other to become the best Belgian BMX City. On Saturday 17th of September, the Kooigem skaterpark will make place for a bloody battle between some of the world's top riders. Entrance is free. The war starts at 18:00. See you there.
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WHISTLER, Canada (August, 2005) -Ryan Nyquist, 4 time X-Games gold medalist takes first with a stunning last run performance at Red Bull Elevation while James Foster makes history landing the first ever triple tail-whip!
Red Bull Elevation was developed in partnership with BMX icon Jay Miron as the most innovative and challenging dirt jumping contest of its kind.
How cool would it be for people to come in your backyard and build some ramps. Well, that's happening in Matt Bischoff's yard in Ohio with the RedBull BuildOff. Confused? read on. And while we were at it, we checked on Matt's Failure Bikes situation too.-So what's going to happen in your backyard with that RedBull thing?
Basically, I thought it would rule to do a contest where ramp builders, which to me is an art form, would have a 3 day period to build ramps. I approached Wessel and we came up with a list of builders to participate.
Got News!? Yes we do. Take a few minutes to read the August HARO newsletter.
- German Stefan "OBG" Geisler is back on the bike doing vert demos all over the place. This weekend he's doing some riding for a 2 minute Freestyle.ch commercial for MTV and VIVA.
- The complete HARO UK team, consisting of Ben Hennon, Ben Manuel and Anthony Pill, went on a week tour through England with Eastpak riding local skateparks and the transportable miniramp.
The American Bicycle Association, with collaboration from many of the top professional athletes and manufacturers, is proud to announce an exciting new pro program for 2006 which features increased payouts per event and expanded year-end awards. The new pro series will feature a reduced fourteen race weekend series for the AA Pro, Girl Pro, Pro Cruiser and Veteran Pro classes to determine the #1 Pro in each division.
Also new for 2006, the ABA Race of Champions held on Friday, the day before the Grand Nationals, will be included in the pro points chase.
For only 2 Euros you can pick up issue 12 of Zwanzig magazine. You should. It's money well spent. The quality of paper and pics is superb and also the lay-out kicks ass. When reading the magazine, it feels like the Zwanzig crew says what they think which is nice to see in a world where advertisers, sponsors and contest organizers seem to rule the scene. This review is shamelessly late but the Zwanzig crew on the other hand is on it. On Friday after the BMX-Masters, they already had an opening spread from the contest in the mag. How's that for speed. A beer bottle in the news section, why not? Dates, video reviews, a IBMXFF World's report straight out of Prague with great photo's, how to build ramps followed by a Taylor Leigh and Ben Armstrong self interview fills the first part of issue 12. The product page reviews a bunch of cassette hubs, bars, stems and frames and some softgoods. It's all about the Nosedive article follows and the Mellow Park people always seem to come up with some good pin-up photo. Turn to page 41 for that one, the lady is having a shower