In time-honored tradition, Redline by Kastan partners with Peregrine to offer you an opportunity to win this legendary Redline RL 20 II Package along with a set of 3rd Generation Peregrine Master mags. This working relationship began in the mid-1980s. TEEL Industries and Peregrine brand founder, Taka Nieda, worked directly with our founder Linn Kastan, supporting Redline's effort to grow and expand into a market-leading, global BMX brand. Nieda's deep industry contacts created essential options for Redline, and with the founding of Peregrine, Kastan opted to specify the Master mag on his legendary RL 20 II Prostyler.
Hey everyone, this is the 'Bonus Edition' of the full British BMX Hall Of Fame Show with 30 minutes of extra footage including a wild audience interview session! Our fearless hosts jumped into the crowd and started asking startled guests questions about, well, pretty much anything LOL. Some of it works, some of it not so much, but it's a good watch LOL
We got our hands on an iconic bike from the 1980's, a Mongoose Supergoose! This bike is a re-issue that is built to the same exact spec as the 1984 "loop Tail" version and in this video we build the bike up and show this beautiful BMX bike off but we also take it to the skatepark and Matty Cranmer goes full flashback mode and tries his best to recreate some 80's style tricks and air!
These are 8mm movies shot by my uncle Jon Cobin of me (Matt Macarewich) and my little brother Trevor along with my racing friends from Capistrano Beach, Ca. racing BMX at Escape Country (aka Robinson Ranch) in 1974 and 75. Robinson Ranch is now part of Rancho Santa Margarita. We are wearing red with white sleeve jerseys as part of Paul's Schwinn BMX race team which was based in San Clemente, Ca.
The cover of issue 33 is one I remember well. Jay Miron, Mark Losey and I made a trip from Huntington Beach to Vancouver. We stopped in San Jose where we visited the Garcia family, had a tour at the Skyway factory in Redding, rode Burnside early in the morning and then cruised on to "the Basic house" in Vancouver. We had nothing but rain all week long and did not much else than drink and play fuSball. Every time we got back from a club Andrew Faris was still riding his bike in the garage downstairs. He was working on a new trick and I promised him the cover of FAT if he pulled it. Well, he's on the cover isn't he?
Anyway, back to the content. Taj on vert on the contents page. This was 1996.
-Bicycle Stunt finals report (Florida), -Andrew Faris interview, -ABA Grands report + KOD, -DIG sticker, -VIDEO reviews, -Brad Blanchard interview, -10 memorable places where I spent the night, -Bartman comic,
The cover of issue 28 shows what we were all about in 1993. In fact, it hasn't changed much. Road trips are the best. We brought you the BMX news in 1993 and we are still doing it now. 7 pages of BON in issue 27 and you were up to date of all the BMX news.
We received Huphter and Rabbit stickers for the free sticker page. Achim Kujawski received an interview and then we're moving on to oiur annual Mission Trails jam.
When noone was putting on a jam at SoCal's best dirt jump spot we took things in our own hands (again) and had a good time.
I missed the 1993 world's in Limoges, France but got some pics from Ralle and printed the results. Your pro champs? Retey, Hoffman and Wilke.
A 6-page Paul Roberts interview follows. He must have said something funny in this. Hope you can read it as the text is small.
The UCI BMX race world's took place 30 minutes from our place. We went there and even organized a KOD on the first straight.