The Canadian Concrete BMX skatepark series will bring some of the most amazing international, national, and local talent, of all ages together for 3 huge jam format contests this summer. For the many spectators attending, this is a free event! We're focusing on expanding the sport and bringing the kids together with the pros and getting everyone excited about BMX, something that no other can offer! We're kicking off the series in June of 2006, at Kirkstone, in August we're at the renowned Richmond skatepark, and for the grand finale, it's being held at one of the oldest, and possibly the most famous Canadian parks: Seylynn in North Vancouver.
The Canadian Concrete series is meant to support and stimulate the growth of future professional riders, as well as promote the entire BMX industry. There will be different classes for skill level, and depending on the total amount of entries, separate age categories. All entrants will need to sign a waiver, and pay the entry fee for each jam.
Pin-Ups. Sometimes we've got good ones and at other times they suck, but looking at the number of hits, it remains a popular section on the FATBMX site. Today we have two pictures for you courtesy of TeamYoung.com. Although we've never met, I'm sure we'll get along when we do. Cheers boys.
The ABA held round #8 of the 2006 Pro Series at Lake Perris, CA Lake Perris has been a long time favorite of the ABA, as in the past. Lake Perris was host for the ABA Fall Nationals, as well as other national events. The Lake Perris track is smack dab in the middle of an action filled area, with a Motocross track, a shifter cart track, sprint car track, and a dirt jump/skate park, all located at the same facility. The Lake Perris BMX track is one of the best so cal tracks of today and it made for some of the best Pro racing in a long time. 24 AA Pros came to win this weekend and 2 of the Double A Marketing riders were ready to as well. Here is how they did this weekend;
Okay, no more excuses for the Helm trail locals and all riders in general. On Friday 2 June 500 cubic meters of dirt will be dropped at the existing trails in Helmond. We don't know too many local councils that are that supportive. All they want to see is that there is enough motivation by the riders to build something nice of the dirt that they are going to drop. To make things easier, they've allowed for a digger to be present for a day and a half. Trails are never really finished, you can keep building forever, but the digger will only be there on Friday and Saturday morning to do the ground work. Man, some people have it good. It's a legal spot to ride, they are bringing in the dirt (for free) and make sure a digger is there. That's pretty awesome. It might be too wet to ride right now but when the work is put in now, the spot will be killer when the sun comes out. Call your friends now and make arrangements. Throw a shovel or two in the car and work those muscles for a couple of days. Show you're down to put some time in. It's on the Johannes Vermeerlaan, next to the new canal off the N279 (exit Centrum). A routeplanner will get you [url=//fatbmx.com/modules/news/article.php?storyid=974]there[/url].
Who are your customers? Super G: Anyone who rides bmx bikes! But the parts are speciality parts and most of the parts sales are to riders who are at least 3 years deep with dirt jumping & street riding.
What products do you make? Super G: Stem bolts in metric & standard sizes. Crank bolts for Profile cranks, DK chop stix and Odssey 41 thermal. Also we have Pinch bolts for Primo cranks. Our Brake Lever bolt fits most levers and complete bike kits. We also have some soft goods on our line like Mesh Hats, FlexFit hats, Hooded Sweatshirts & Zip up's, First Aid kits and sticker packs.
Vancouver, BC Canada May 27, 2006 Ten Pack Distribution, in partnership with Muskoka Woods Camp is pleased to announce the Ten Pack Am presented by Muskoka Woods Camp, Canada’s biggest amateur only park contest. The competition will take place on June 17–18, 2006 at Muskoka Woods Camp, on the ‘Slam Ten’ course, with some new elements being added that will remain at the camp after the contest. “I’ve wanted to put on a big amateur contest for years, and now thanks to Muskoka Woods coming on board it’s finally going to happen.” Says Miron. “For the first time, this contest will put amateurs on center stage and give them a place to get their name out there.”
1) Yo dudes how's life? Good I hope, I recently went 2 Vegas 4 Monster Energy 2 film a promo dvd 4 Monster & check out Mike Metzger flippin' tha fountains & tha Supercross finals. Would of shot more pic's put 4got my camera charger @ home, bummer. Anyhow thanx 4 Ur support.
2) Yo dudes went 2 tha Winnie Roast N Irvine, CA., If U don't know what tha event Is, well It's a day of bands rockin' out 2 a bunch of dudes ready 2 party.
My friend Alex Jumelin is a famous pro flatland rider. Well known for his amazing flatland skills, his passion for the art and an unstoppable urge for progression. But also as a friendly guy, devoted family man, smart businessman and contest organizer. For several years he has been organizing his also famous Ninja Spin and 2006 is no exception. So off we go to Acheres, near Paris for this years edition. Taking place in the same venue as last year. And make no mistake, the Ninja Spin Contest is seen as one of the most prestigious flatland-only contests in the world.
The opening from the skate pool in Hasselt (B) became almost a swimming pool! It was raining from 2pm till 4pm but more than 100 people stayed to see the demo’s. After drying we could start with some great Belgium riders like Jimmy mp5, Greg van Tulder, Hannu and Sig Cools, I (Peter Geys) was presenter to pump up the crowed. It was a jammy relaxed pool session and we had lots of fun. Haro bikes sponsored a brand new F2 bike and a local BMX dude was a proud owner.