Tickets for Red Bull Empire of Dirt were snapped up within just ONE WEEK of applications opening. But! If you live near Newton Abbot, you could get your mucky mitts on a two-day pass at the miniscule cost of £7 (including transport to event, no car access). This pass entitles you access to the World's First BMX Dirt Slopestyle on both Friday 15th June and Saturday 16th June 2007. Additionally, this ticket entitles the holder to transport to and from the event! YOU MUST UTILISE THIS TRANSPORT TO VALIDATE YOUR TICKET!
Nate Wessel and Ron Kimler are at it again. Francisco Zurita managed to sneak out some photos of the building of the new indoor street course at Woodward West. From the looks of it Nate has gone creative again. Although it's not finished yet, with a working crew like this it wouldn't be long until the new section in the Hangar can be shredded.
Armin Batoumeni is taking care of the 100 contests event in Paris/Cergy on 15-17 June 2007. Another Year, another good opportunity to come and ride and take it easy. The BMX Flatland part of the 100 contests event will take place on a brand new dedicated tarmac area. There will be one zone for practice and another one for the contest. Program/Schedule:
Can't live without the Pin-Up. We actually didn't have one last Friday (sorry) but we're back this week with some serious 21+ material and yes, the connection to a BMX bike is there. If you want to see good stuff on the FATBMX Pin-Up section, send in your photos. We want to see them.
You want to watch a kick ass video and you don't want to pay for it. If you've got 9 minutes time, you can watch the Federal video online. They've got you covered. All you need to do is go to their website and you will see the Federal Paris button. Click on it and you're good to go. Watch Derek Strickland, Dan Cox, Dan Lacey, Mark Love and Davey Watson tear shit up in France. What are you waiting for?
RIDEBMX gave away some of the tricks you could expect in the Grounded DVD. Paul received the mag mid-May so we had to wait for three weeks to see that gnarly Ruben wallride in motion. Just as nuts as the photo. What else is in the latest issue of ride?
- Departments - Up Front: Allan Cooke explains the Local Exposure Tour, Bobby Carter tells of his journey through Costa Rica for the fourth annual Ticos Flatland Jam, twelve riders are injured, one lucky winner got hooked up with an enormous Odyssey prize package, 2-Hip, ASPT Dew Tour, and Road Fools Rock Tour dates announced, Mat Hoffman picks his brain, Ride introduces our new videograper, Matt Beringer shows off his ultimate BMX vehicle, the Ride staff gives our top picks of the month, quotes from famous people and lots and lots of other fine print.
Düsseldorf/Cologne, june 6, 2007.The arrangements for the BMXMasters get up to speed and again many international a class riders have confirmed to compete in street, dirt, vert, flatland and minramp. Four german championships, four world championships and up to now – two successful Suzuki BMXMasters comps – the german bmx scene is established worldwide and pro riders from all over the world came consistently to the Cologne Jugendpark to enter the BMX competitions.
The Grounded BMX dvd had its premiere in Aarle-Rixtel last Sunday. With OJA all set up for the premiere with a bigscreen and all that, the people who did show up were absolutely ready for it.
Kay Clauberg, Andy Zeiss and Benny Paulsen made it over from Germany as no Grounded premiere is planned in that little country of theirs. Most riders stayed after the Tour Dur Laarbeek to watch the video and at 9pm the Play button was pressed.