„Girls on BMX“ is a tribute by Dirk Behlau aka The Pixeleye to the golden times of 1980s BMX - classic BMX bikes with original vintage clothings from the '80s - courtesy of Rainer Schadowski of the BMX Museum, Germany. Here are some shots of the first two shootings with the 1980s SE Bikes PK Ripper at Tristan's Kustomizing.
Eye candy at events that are sponsored by Monster Energy comes with the presence of the Monster girls. And usually there are more than one. Today we bring you a photo of a crew of Monster ladies and fast cars. We were hoping they would find their way to D'n Heikant in Ale Blie today but they never showed up. Must have missed an exit or something. But we're bringing a photo to you anyway of the girls in black & green. Just come in and scroll down a bit to see the 8-pack. Brought to you by Monster Energy.
Almost weekend. Party mode is on. These girls are ready and seem to enjoy that piece of junk BMX bike that they're posing with. What does it matter anyway? Check in, check out. Move on. Have a beer on us. Yeeewwww!
Doing a photo shoot at the trails is probably not ideal. The jumps make for a good background though for all the dirt riders who don't mind checking out a chick striking a pose with not too many clothes on.
If you're 18 and older and have permission from mom and dad, feel free to scroll down. You'll like that smile.
Today's Pin*Up girl is a tattoed action sports fan from South Africa. She doesn't ride (much) because she believes BMX bikes are uncomfortable. She has a point there but striking a pose with the boyfriend's bike wasn't a problem as you can see. The purple parts go well with her outfit. We wonder if that was intentional.
Bikes, Beers, & Bitches! When the announcer yells that through the microphone you know it's on! BMX anNAUncer Darryl Nau is always up for a good time. He'll be able to explain the photo to you in person next time you see him.