This might be something for you if you fancy a job in the BMX industry: Odyssey is looking for a new employee to handle all web based responsibilities including, but not limited to, designing, building, updating a new Odyssey website and maintaining the online store. All skills related to website design, maintenance, content supply, organizational skills and basic web savvy are required. Knowledge of online marketing strategies is required. Graphic design and photography prowess are suggested
On March 29th I will open my new Shop called ALLIANCE BMX in my hometown Bremen, Germany. My longtime friend Magga will help me out and is my 1st employee for the days I don't like to work myself. We will have some small specials for you and a nice Party at the end of the day. The opening day will be one of the best of my life and I like you to share it with me and the Bremen BMX Scene. So bring you and your friends and enjoy a nice day in Bremen riding your
Yo homies peep dis.......Travis Barker hooked Up his team riders 2 do a story on tha FAMOUS STARS AND STRAPS TEAM RIDERS and their whips 4 RIDES MAGAZINE.....real cool and real stoked and 2 those of U who thought I only rode VERT, well I competed flatland for 10years.... 1985-1994.....Ha! Ha! As always thanx 4 Ur support.
As a TM you gotta love it when your riders come through with the weekly news posts for the company website. Steve McCann reports about doing a vert demo for a good cause, Simon Tabron is happy to be back on the bike (a new light one!) and Cameron White is getting as many road trips in before he heads back to the USA on the 26th of this month. Head on over to the Mongoose site or use these links:
Name: Björn "Bommel" Mager Age: 04.02.1985 (23) Hometown: Berlin, Germany Sponsors:Mankind Bikes, Unity BMX, Profile, KingKong BMX, etnies, RooF-BMX, T-Mobile. FATBMX: What do you like to ride most? Bommel: I like to ride all stuff but the best thing for me is having
News can't get there soon enough. We live in a fast world. What's new today, is old tomorrow. Well, almost. Anyway, we have collected news from week 11 and packed it into this FAT Friday. You see, not everyone has time to check the FATBMX site twice a day for new updates. If you happen to do so, most likely you'll find something new to read and watch. The FAT Friday summarizes the week in BMX and is then stored in the left column so even if you went on that 3 week holiday to the jungle without any wireless internet
Felt in Germany just received a shipment of parts. New Dreamcatcher frame designed by Michael Sommer, new Bodo frame by Bodo, new Sheriff frames designed by Scotty Cranmer, new Cranmer bars, new FB grips in 3 colors and a new FB Pivotal saddle and post.
All available from your Felt dealers across Europe.