The American Bicycle Association has been in the business of BMX racing since 1977. That's 32 years of BMX history in the making. We've decided to make all the years of ABA BMX race photos available online through ababmxphotos.com.
This is a very long work in progress and the older archives take a lot more time to work on. Basically if we were to have every single photo uploaded on the site we would have over 400,000 photos to look at. So as you can see, we have our work cut out for us for sure. As of now we have every photo uploaded on our ababmxphotos.com through the 2004 - 2009 seasons, with some older events sprinkled for some added ABA BMX history. Our goal is to have every picture from every ABA BMX National Series event uploaded on this site.
ABA CEO, BA Anderson stated "Many of the photos we shoot at each national event are never used in publication or seen by the public. To say that we have an abundance of photos is an understatement.
Spring and fresh LOVEBMX number 18 is in virtual news-stand right now. This time also with special insertion - SO HOT magazine with sexy girls with BMX bikes! Really hot... In ordinary LOVEBMX you could find large interview with czech flatlander Michal Dufek, articles from Meatfly Industry Jam, Circle Cow X and Barcelona Proper trip. Global rider is prepared with dirt rider Kye Forte from UK and flatland rider Brano Boldis from Slovakia. These texts, editorial and funny tale are like usual in English. The rest of the magazine is in Czech.
The first day of competition at KIA X Games Asia kicked off in Shanghai, China today as an enthusiastic crowd of spectators filled KIC Jiangwan Sports Center to watch the event. The finals of BMX Freestyle Vert and Women’s Speed Climbing were held, along with Skateboard Street prelims and a Freestyle Moto X demo. BMX Freestyle Vert: With a diverse roster of international athletes competing, riders from the United States, United Kingdom, Australia and Asia all pushed each other on to see who would take
This Friday Chicagoans will have the chance to witness the elite of the action sports world when the 2009 ASA Action Sports World Tour comes to Sears Centre Arena. For one night only, starting at 7:30 on May 1st, some of the sports ‘sickest’ tricks will be on display when the industry’s top X Games athletes take to the ramps in the Skateboard Vert and Big Air BMX Triples contests. Chicago is the third stop of the ASA Action Sports World Tour, which this past weekend visited Minneapolis’ Target Center. Big Air BMX Triples will be an amazing treat for the Windy City’s audience when top Big Air stars including T.J. Ellis, Austin Coleman and Chicago’s own Koji Kraft take on Cory Nastazio and James Foster, athletes who are widely known for their dirt jumping expertise. ASA’s 170-foot Triples course offers a tempting challenge to all BMX riders, pushing their skills to new heights of progression. Ellis, also a known dirt jumper, has had great success in the Triples discipline, placing in the top three at two of ASA’s Big Air BMX Triples contests with flashy flips and triple tailwhips.