You know your girlfriend's magazines has hotter chicks on it then yours, that is just a fact. So I started reading Amy's (my babe) Vanity Fair, just because Jennifer Aniston looked so sexy on the cover, I had to do a sneak peek...
And then I bounced into this ad that completed my theory about girls
magazines, I found Mat Hoffman in a Johnston & Murphy shoe ad, portrait in a very stylish way... So there it is, Women, style and BMX all in one.
Pick up yours today and don't leave it in the bathroom, because we all know that sitting in your own funky smell, is NOT the reason you are in there so long in the first place.
Michael de Wit
10 SEPTEMBER 2005 â€œ2 LATE JAMâ€?
For the second time we are proud 2 present the â€˜2 Late jam’ this contest is for all the bmx flatlander’s in the Benelux. Who want to participate in one of the biggest bmx flatland contest in the Netherlands.
The Contest will exist in 2 classes:
WHISTLER, Canada - Red Bull, in partnership with BMX icon Jay Miron is pleased to announce Red Bull Elevation, the most progressive dirt jumping contest in the world. The competition will take place from August 25-27 2005 on a custom built course at the base of Whistler Mountain. "I wanted to create a contest for dirt, equal to what Metro Jam is for street. Red Bull Elevation is an event designed to let the best pro riders in the world ride to the bet of their abilities," says Miron about the concept. "The best dirt jumps in the world are always built with changes in elevation. Nothing has been overlooked. Red Bull Elevation will give the riders exactly what they've always wanted in a contest; perfectly shapeable dirt, smooth and huge jumps, plus it's moderately downhill, there are tons of transfers and there are even a series of 4x4 golf carts driving the riders back to the top after each pass. It's going to be revolutionary."
The sleepy forest town of Fordingbridge, UK had a rude awakening on the last weekend of July as a throng of BMX riders and skaters swamped the GBH Ramps skatepark for its grand opening. All kids competed in Bmx and skating comps for bikes, boards and blades.
The park was officially opened by George Batty, who at five-years old went on to show up his elders by fearlessly tearing up ramps three times his size on a tiny bmx that looked like it was fresh out of a cracker. By midday the comps were well underway, with a BMX
Congratulations from everyone at FATBMX to Francis and Renato van Bloemenhuis on the extension of the family. Pelle was born on 5 August 2005. He weighed in at 3380 grams and was 49 centimeters tall.
Next time you see Renato film for FLATtv at a contest, give him a hand when he needs to change the diaper.
Enjoy the new dude!
I thought I would let you know my news - I have just had a pretty crazy week - I tried a turndown 5 into a no handed 5 into a 9 at the Dew tour and overspun a little on the 9. I crashed really hard onto my side and my head breaking a rib in 4 places and breaking my helmet. I spent a few days in the hospital in Denver and right now I'm recovering in Utah with my friend Chuck Fallon. I am not allowed to fly until next week in case the lung collapses again under the pressure.
I have been over-whelmed this week by the kindness of my friends when I needed them and would like to thank them for that. When you get seriously hurt, you really find out who your friends are: I want to give my deepest thanks to Chuck and Lindsay Fallon, Peter Geys, Travis Chipres, Jamie Bestwick, Jay Eggleston, Bruno Maier, Sarah Ostermeier, Mo Moorman, Dennis McCoy, Zach Shaw, Jay Miron, Steve Swope, Jason Burkhart, Achim Kujawski, Stephan Prantl all of my sponsors who have supported and been calling (everyone at Mongoose/ Pacific, Andy and John at Ogio, Kevin at X-Balm) and, of course, Pippa for holding the whole thing together.
When BMX buddy Jos Wissink contacted us in 1998 to start FATBMX online, we had a lot of questions. Basically we didn't know shit about how this internet stuff worked, but Jos offered to help. In fact, Jos has uploaded all the stuff for us until the beginning of this year when he designed a new program for us so we can upload from anywhere as long as we have a computer with an internet connection. This has been a big relief for Jos (not being bugged to upload stuff a.s.a.p) and for us because we do not have to wait until something is online and when we make mistakes, we can correct them ourselves. It is really easy to do.
- Yo what's shakin'? I have been gettin' all kinds of magazines coverage outside of tha sport lately, this month alone I am n 11 magazines: Maxium, Blender, Vapors, No Cover, BPM, Flaunt, ESPN, YRB, Kings Rides, BMX PLUS!, Ride BMX.
- I have been tryin' 2 not only promote that sport of BMX n a contest environment I am also breakin' down walls that support tha lifestyle of BMX n which nobody has done n tha sport of BMX like I'm doin'. I want 2 cover all areas that reachs out 2 everyone & gets them stoked on what we do, BMX. My job is 2 motivate.
- So last eariler this year I traveled 2 Vegas 2 give away bikes 2 this family who's daughter died of cancer. The basis of this show is FOX helps out families n times of hardship, the kids n this family were big action sports fans, they sold everythang they owned 2 try 2 keep their
Bohan becomes first to win back-to-back golds in BMX Freestyle Dirt
LOS ANGELES - Worst to first. It's certainly not the way any competitor wants to make their living. But sometimes you have to play the cards you are dealt.
So Corey Bohan was sitting dead last after two of three runs in Saturday's BMX Freestyle Dirt final at X Games 11. The he flopped Royal Flush on his final run to become the first-ever to win back-to-back gold medals in the competition.
Jamie Bestwick Doubles gold total with BMX Vert Best Trick victory
LOS ANGELES - It's hard to believe a BMX Vert Best Trick competition had not been held at the X Games prior to Saturday night. After what went down at STAPLES Center, it's safe to say it will be a part of X Games for years to come.
Every run was bigger and better than the previous one and it seemed like a year's worth of progression was squeezed into the 30-minute jam session. And when all was said and done, it was Jamie Bestwick (State College, Pa.) that walked away with the gold medal after sticking the first-ever Flair Double Tailwhip. It was his second gold medal in three nights - he won BMX Freestyle Vert Thursday.