IT'S ALL ABOUT GOOD FRIENDS IN A GOOD ENVIRONMENT HAVING A GOOD TIME! 10 November FROM 8:00PM - 2:00AM 100% of Bar Profits will go to the Stephen Murray Family Fund! THE AMAZING LAWRENCE FAMILY, & NEW OWNERS OF MOTHERS HAS BEEN SO GENEROUS TO HOLD THE FUNDRAISER THERE AND NOW THEY HAVE OFFERED TO DONATE ALL THE BARS PROFITS! AMAZING! ~ Kick ass raffle, with items dontated from: ~ LIMO & CONCERT GIFT CERTIFICATES ~ VANS - GIRLS TANKS & TOTE BAGS ~ FAMOUS STARS & STRAPS - GUYS & GIRLS SHIRTS ~ ROCKSTAR ENERGY DRINK - HATS 4 GUYS & GIRLS ~ ADIO SHOES - FREE SHOES GIFT CERTIFICATES & SHIRTS ~ BARE TANNING SALON - $100.00 GIFT CERTIFICATES ~ ADIO - BACKPACKS ~ VARIOUS BMX DVD'S ~ CORY NASTAZIO SIGNATURE SUNGLASS' FROM SPY OPTIC
When Freedom 78 dropped on the floor we heard a big bang. Wow, this must be the biggest issue ever! We opened up the plastic bag and noticed that it had two catalogs inside, one from Sport Import and one from La Finca. This kind of catalog distribution has become popular because you know that if someone subscribes to a magazine, he's a potential customer. Anyway, even with both catalogs removed we have some weight in our hands with the 78th Freedom issue that features Robin Fenlon on the cover. "Flat is Dead" is a T-shirt that must be in the running for T-shirt of the year together with: "That is a dope T-shirt" from T1. Lowcash show the shirt on page 7 where colleage Matti explains why flat is dead. They're both flatland riders in case you did not know.
Scotty Cranmer has been putting out some amazing riding web videos in 2007. We have another web video for you but this time Scotty is not on his bike (except for the three wheeler roll back) but he talks about his bike shop and shows his new resi-ramps.
Many people might not know what, who and where ABD is from. ABD stands for Avanti BMX Development. Avanti is a bike major bike player in New Zealand and Australia. They have a very strong product line, combining rider feedback with the experience and knowledge of a development team to produce a range of innovative bikes taking on the world. Looking at how the company started was from the boom of BMX in the 80's. The name Supersport was a well known name in BMX, with a BMX team of riders travelling the country promoting BMX.
Jeff Klugiewicz and Jason Burczyk are throwing a contest on December 15 at 4 seasons skatepark in Milwaukee in lieu of Ratty Jam being on hiatus this year. It's titled the 2nd Annual Midwest contest. $15 Am and $30 Pro entry fees.
The all new THE Torch Sweat shirt is a full front zippered, quilted, hi quality sweatshirt. One of the most unique features is an eye and mouth port on the hood, just in case it’s really cold and you need to fully zip up. This sweatshirt is packed with features including – zippered pocket on the left sleeve, front pockets with a hidden cell phone/MP3 pocket, an audio port in that pocket, headphone wire security system that allows you to use an mp3 player/phone ear piece and keep all the wires inside your sweat shirt, thumb holes in cuffs, and embroidered appliqué THE logos.
The suggested retail for the THE Torch Sweatshirt is $49.99.
We like pin up shots that have an affinity with BMX. Tawnee takes a few rocks and a plank, sets up the jump in a desert, takes off her shirt and jumps it on a BMX! It doesn't get much better than this.
Paul at Paul's Boutique just received a new shipment of S&M and FIT Bike Co. product. This included Matt Beringer's small and large bar ends, the Grand Slam bars, Fit Bike Co stems in gold and black, Summer of FIT DVD's, Mid BB brackets from FIT and blue FIT grips.
There was a time when Dig magazine came out, when it came out. There was no schedule (maybe there was but making the deadlines wasn't always easy) and it wasn't even sure if there would be a next issue. Those were the days when BMX wasn't big, but is sure was fun. Times have changed. DIGBMX mag is on a monthly schedule now and pulling off an issue in 31 days is a tough job. 132 pages fill the Am issue which, you guessed it, is full of Amateur BMX riders. Because there are so many good riders, it's hard to get noticed. DIG helps out with their November/December book. Josh Bedford gets the cover. Josh who? exactly. Not your typical Dew Tour athlete or someone you have seen on Roadfools but there are times when the Am days are over and for Josh that time has come as he moved up to the Pro team at Mutiny. The amateur hour article features the following riders;