Impure, Indecent, Lecherous, Lustful, Obscene, Offensive, and Smutty. It's not that they're not warning you for the content of Pusher Biker magazine. It might not be for everybody but it sure has its following. Clay Brown and his long list of contributors finished issue number twenty just in time for the summer to start. 48 full colour pages in 'zine size, filled with kinky girls, porn reviews, stoner news , an adult entertainment ad with a discount coupon and a local bar advertisement. But there's more. Lots of BMX in fact. The weed-sale financed computer has done its job and Clay is getting good with it. What does issue 20 have to offer? -Contents page -A one-handed editorial -Staff page -Quotes and the always feared shit list -DVD reviews -1st timers with Ron Wilkerson
17 March1979 - Chris Duncan 20 March 1972 - Trevor Meyer 22 March 1967 - Rich Sigur 22 March - Paulo Charaba 23 March 1969 - Jess Dyrenforth 23 March 1973 - Pascal Mintovt 23 March 1975 - Chad Degroot 25 March 1978 - Mike Ardelean
Today the first round of the Open Dutch MX championships took place in Gemert. It's only a 10 minute drive so we decided to get over there early. Paul and I got there in time to grab a cup of coffee at Erwin Robins' borrowed camper before practice started in the pouring rain. 40 out of 60 riders made it to the afternoon program and that included Universal MX1 riders Erwin Robins and Jarno Verhorevoort. MXJarno's coffee was good too and by the time the first race started we were high on caffeine and ready for a good race.
Retired BMX and Mountain Bike Pro Set to Lead America’s BMX Riders to Beijing. USA Cycling formally announced today that former BMX World Champion Mike King has been selected to lead American BMX athletes to Beijing as USA Cycling’s Director of BMX Programs. In his new role, one of King’s missions will be to develop a top-notch BMX squad to represent the U.S. at the sport’s Olympic debut next summer. His history as a world-class athlete makes him the ideal candidate to prepare riders who until now haven’t been exposed to the structured environment of an Olympic sport.
The Dew dirt champ is going to the Metro Jam to show what he's got on the street/park course. Read on what he thinks about going to Singapore and check what parts he's got on his Hoffman Loyalty that he will bring with him on the plane.
How many Metro Jams have you visited prior to the Singapore one? Anthony Napolitan: The past 2 in Toronto.
What are you expecting of the trip? Anthony Napolitan: Definitely a good time, I've never been to Singapore, so it should be a culture shock.
Being in a different part of the world together with fellow riders does that automatically mean good times?
Sometimes you see an ad and you wonder how that would ever work. That's the case with the latest FELT BMX ad. You start to think it's photo shop trickery or he just did it for the photo and didn't pull it. That's where video comes in. Here's a clip of Scotty Cranmer setting up a couple of benches to fakie wall that piece of wood up there. It's a bit of a way to get up there and it took a couple of tries but once it was in the bag he started throwing in some variations on the way out. You gotta see this.
Gary Young always does well at the Metro jams. It's the courses that somehow suit his riding. He finds lines that others don't and won't quit until he has pulled that last icepick(grind) that he had in mind. What does Gary think of the Metro Singapore course and what bike is he bringing?
How many Metro Jams have you visited prior to the Singapore one?
Boy o boy, this is a good one. It actually came in as a myspace comment on the Mirraco site but since there are some youngsters visiting that site (actually it's their parents that might be the problem) we pulled it down from there and moved it into the FATBMX pin-up section where it fits well. Hit the photo for a better view.
You and your friends are serious street riders. You and your friends believe you kick ass. You and your friends don't mind packing the car to drive to Paris for a session. You and your friends should enter this Mosaic street party and bring the best filmer you know. Each crew has three days of filming. You will ride 9 different spots in Paris and its suburbs. You have three days to edit the footage because the video presentation is on Sunday night.
In three weeks FATBMX will be in Singapore for the Metro jam. We're stoked on this opportunity and checked in with a few pros who are going to make the trip as well. First rider up is Clint Millar from Australia. Read on to see what he says. There's a bike check on Clint's wethepeople as well.
How many Metro Jams have you visited prior to the Singapore one? Clint: I have been to two before, both in Vancouver. Both have been awesome experiences.