We hit the road to Las Vegas for the Ryan Mills 6 year sober bmx jam where insane people trying insane tricks made for a good and fun time!
It has been nearly 5 years since we last posted a FATBMX Pin Up photo. The Pin*Up section comically was the best viewed part of the site so why not bring it back.
Expect something on Fridays from now on, if we happen to find something, or if someone can provide us with something good that we should run. We'll see how it goes. Take this lightly, we're not here to offend any gender or race so don't search something behind it, it's not there.
If you think you'll be offended, just skip the Pin*Up section and move on. There's plenty of other stuff to see.
Ryan Mills had his 3rd year of sobrioty and to celabrate it like every year he has a bmx jam where all his friends family and bmx riders come out to have fun and support bmx and Ryan and we were there to document it. congrats Ryan keep it going! BMX IS AWESOME!
The Rollback: a BMX Podcast episode thirty-nine with Ryan Mills.
This 30-minute documentary is produced by the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services, Three Sticks Productions and the Nevada Broadcasters Association. This film includes interviews with former opioid addicts, family members, emergency responders and treatment experts. The Ryan Mills part starts at 19:20 but watching the entire documentary is advised. It should keep you away from that bad stuff.
The Rollback: a BMX Podcast episode six with Ryan Mills
Former pro rider Ryan Mills shares his story of how a BMX injury lead him to ten years of drug addiction and what it took to finally get back on his bike.
Name: Ryan Mills
Age: 23 but in reverse order... so 32 I guess.
Hometown: Boulder City/ Las Vegas, NV
Hook-ups: Pete Demos and Scott Papiro sent me a very nice Premium complete called La Vida, when I got out of jail. Kevin Conners at Fiend is going to be sending me some things in the near future, and my good friends George Bugbee and James Tracy aka Big Fetus have been keeping me afloat in the mean time. Nathan Grill hooked me up with a full time job recently and has been working with my counseling and drug court schedule which has been super gracious of him for giving me the opportunity to support myself in an honest way again.