SE Retro pads are back in stock! Looking to give your SE bike that last little hint of radness? Well, look no further than SE’s two newest retro padset colorways. Black/Gold or the all-new Urban Camo colors are sure to give your bike the radness that it deserves. $30 MSRP.
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Call them freaks, call them collectors, call them all you want but they're here to save part of BMX's history. Dom Phipps and his friends have made an impressive website over at www.harobmxcollector.com. They've dug deep in Bob Haro's history and that of the HARO Bikes company. The team riders that were once sponsored by HARO (in the eighties) are listed and you can register your old school HARO bike if you've still got it.
1982 Eddie Fiola was sponsored by Bob Haro and the Torker low profile frame was a popular frame to use for flatland and ramp riding. This was an incredible day at the Skate City bowls as Eddie debuted the opposite one hander one footer and lookback one hander aerials! The winning bike looking simple featured some rare components: * Bottema Skate park reinforced forks * Redline non-pinch flight cranks * Skyway Graphite Tuff II's with Campagnolo first generation hubs * Mitsuboshi Competition III Yellow label tires
On Thursday, September 29th, the National BMX Hall of Fame will add four more legends to its illustrious list of BMX racers, freestylers, pioneers and industry professionals. For the class of 2011, the inductees will be as follows.
-- BMX Freestyler - Mike Dominguez Without argument, SoCal ramp-God, Mike Dominguez, would always go bigger than anybody else in BMX Freestyle. In total, Dominguez's career spanned ten years, and during that time