The Bell booth had their moving museum with all kind of historical helmets of sponsored riders including lids from Jamie Bestwick, Ryan Nyquist and Dave Mirra. Bob Morales (founder of the Dyno brand and the American Freestyle Association –AFA) had three stands at the show. He’s doing ASV these days that make controls for motocross bikes. Schwinn had a booth full of Italian style scooters and they’re ready to conquer America with those. McGoo and Bill Bryant were present taking care of their projects as was Chris Collins who is working on one of the chopper parts projects for the Revolution crew. Oakley had another amazing booth with a huge field tent and a race car taking up a little section of their gigantic booth. Herve Orny from France was taking care of the international sales of One industries. Jeremy McGrath’s respect for BMX is carried over in the motocross world and he was used for several photos and displays sporting the HARO sticker on his visor. We missed meeting Transworld’s Brad McDonald and T2 and I’m sure there were more people working or walking the stands that had a BMX background. The show was huge and had lots of good stuff and lots of freaky stuff too. It was cool working at the Universal booth and seeing some of the early legends of BMX.