The FATBMX pin up section is suffering. It's winter which explains it. That's when we need help from the Aussies to send in their best material. Here's two more from Corey Bohan's personal stash. As long as they get a kick out of it that the pics made it on the FATBMX pin-up section, it's fine with me. We need pix of chix on the BMX. Help us out.
Props issue 55
USA $ 19.95Stephan Lilly gets the cover of issue 55 and also a Bio which was nice. Adam Baker keeps up the trail footage. His Bio has lots of dirt jumping in it. Contests that are shown are the FBM Ghetto comp, the Derby Backyard jam and the Animal Brooklyn Banks Jam. Maybe you
Premo sent in his answers regarding the Pro BMX website check up. This leaves Derek Betcher with the Slacker title but we still want to hear from him too. After TL, RM59 and Holmes explained some more about their site, it's now time for Greg Romero:Who is the first one you think to respond to this, and who is last?
TL...Or Dale if he's not out on a hot date rolling the benzo! I think I wil be the last since I've started this new bike company and starting an "All Womens" gym here in Edmond, OK..
Is that the same way it would be on the track? On a fair race with the 5 of you on the gate, what would be the results?
Well it depends if it's rodeo racing or downhill...If it was downhill it will
On display in the retail shops until 12 April
Josh Heino gets the cover of the May issue of Ride. Josh also gets the Pro interview where he talks about losing his three main sponsors now that he has a kid on the way.
The May issue is all about the FOX poster. You see Nate Wessel do a turn bar on one side (I'm sure it's a sick transfer but it doesn't come across in on single hot) but you should rip it out and check the back side. Scotty Cranmer takes flips to a new level. Front flip with a turndown thrown in over a regular jump box in the skatepark. Awesome!
The issue also has an "11 days in the Midwest" article, 5 interviews with riders on the "Pro Life", Jimmy Levan explaining how to do toothpick grinds on rails, some write up on tools, a
The UK breeds a lot of good riders. One of them is Anthony Pill, member of the European HARO team since the beginning. Although he's not afraid for adventure and travels a lot, his airmiles account has zero miles on it. Pill simply can't be bothered. What does he care about? What is your most embarrassing CD on the shelf?
I'm not embarrassed about any of them.
Are you a daredevil?
It depends what sort of mood I'm in; sometimes I can be a bit scared to do things, but other times I can be a total psycho.
Hungarian BMX street, Dirt experience with life and style.
Presented by: Marics "Nike" Tamas/Kralik DaniA video from Hungary. Do they have a scene there? They sure do. In fact, the 1992 BMX Freestyle World Championships took place in Budapest and BMX has stuck with a group of good guys.
6 riders have their own parts and those parts are mixed with riding from more than 15 other guys. Szabo Laszlo has the honour to start off the Ultralight video and if you have any doubts about BMX in Hungary, they're gone after watching Szabo ride. This is modern shredding on spots that most of us have never seen before. That's a good thing about this video. It does have some contest footage, but it's new because it has not shown up in RIDE or any other BMX magazines. They build big jumps too over there so you won't be disappointed.
Sometimes people we know have different hobbies next to riding BMX. 414's Shaun Scarfe has been riding Speedway forever but had a hard time finishing up a complete season because of all the BMX travel, riding and work. It looks like Shaun is doing well this year planning around the Speedway races that have been going on. He's even in the championship hunt. Go Shaun Go!
Here's a few pictures and some comments from Shaun who is busy organizing the BMX part at the Bike Show in Coventry at the moment. Will we be able to celebrate his championship there?
UCI BMX NEWS MAILING2008 BMX Olympic selection criteria’s
The UCI Management Committee recently approved the BMX Olympic selection criteria’s, which will be included in part 11 of the UCI rule book.
The Olympic selection criteria’s determines the qualified Nations, while the individual athletes will be selected by each country’s National Olympic Committee.
Dale Holmes has impressed me with the number of uploads to his site. To be honest, when he started his own site a few years ago, I wasn't sure it was going to last. How many failures have we seen? Not www.daleholmes.com, if you want to know "What's the latest", visit Dales's site. He's the third racer to respond to the FATBMX questions. Buckle up.Who is the first one you think to respond to this, and who is last?
FEDERAL presents "TRAVAELIO"
FEDERAL Bikes has a very strong team that travels all over the world in search of good riding spots. Ed Docherty brought this together in this Federal Team DVD called "Travaelio" and shows his multitalent with working on computers, Filming and Photographing. Very good intros, outstanding filming and the music is excellent too. What about the riding? Are you kidding me?
This is the FEDERAL TEAM, that says enough, these men are not afraid to go to the hospital and give everything a try and try as long as they succeed their stunts.