Everyone's first bike is one to remember. But 12 inch BMX bikes are hard to find. Over at Motelworks in Japan they came up with the PAL. It includes training wheels and pegs. Here's the spec list: Top Tube length: 11.8 inch Chainstays length: 8.8 inch Head angle: 74.5° Seat angle: 74.5° Headset: A-Headset Bottom Bracket: Euro Cartridge Sealed Bearing Crankset: 3pcs 102mm Pedals: Clear Black Plastic Pedal Front & Rear Hub: 10mm Axle Front & Rear Rims: 20H Alloy rim black Brakes: Front & Rear, Caliper
Hi I'm Philip, your new editor for FATBMX KIDS. Kids can come to this new part of the site to get some coverage. I try to go to BMX spots. When you see me and you want to be on FATBMX KIDS, tell me if you want to do an interview, or get a photo on FATBMX KIDS. We are riding for fun and want to be on a big site like FATBMX too.
Also I want to focus on all the products that are made for young boys and girls. I have a camera and can take pictures of the products that are made for the kids.
I want BMX to be bigger and the riders to have fun on their bikes. FATBMX KIDS is here to get tips from the pro riders, and do all kinds of things that keep us happy. You can reach me at: Philip @ fatbmx.com so send in your videos and photos. I'm looking forward to hear from you.
Today we went to Dimitris Araouzos' trails in Heusden. It was very cool. A lot of riders showed up, like Dani, Jarno, Bart Mol, Avy and Boyd and also uncle Paul. Also there were more kids that I did not know. We rode the table line a lot. It was rather cold but when you ride it was okay. We rode until it was dark. I thought Dani rode well, and Dani too. Dimitris and Bart Mol rode good also. I also thought it was cool that Paul rode. It was the first time I saw him ride dirt. Riding in Heusden was nice this time of the year. It rained a lot all week but the spot