Newly anointed SNAFU team member, pro BMXer Brad Simms will be on Fuel TV next week to tell us where he plans to take his riding in 2008. And, Fuel have got the ska-soaked sounds of musical guest The Aggrolites. Plus, Fuel TV goes to Cory Nastazio’s house for the Stephen Murray Jam Benefit.
The people at Federal have been pushing the brand a lot in 2007. The team has done some serious trips that were filmed for web viewing which gave their server some serious headaches. Their 2008 website has just been launched and it looks awesome. Make sure you take some time to visit the Federal site and read the rider bios, check the videos, learn about their products, see where your nearest distributor is, check the FAQ list, the site has it all.
At FATBMX we've been running Freecaster clips all year long. Now they've come up with their top videos for the year 2007. Freecaster hosts more than high quality BMX movies alone so don't be surprised to see other high class action sports clips on the Freecaster site. Be on the lookout for that Freecaster Airstream caravan at the 2008 Braun Cruzer tour and other major BMX events.
Terry Adams gets two new sponsors for the New Year after six years with Ares Bykes and four with Dia-Tech brakes. Terry: "After six years of amazing support from Ares Bykes and four years with Dia-Tech brakes, I'll be leaving both companies starting in 2008 to ride for Odyssey BMX and A Bad Thing. I will still be riding for Red Bull, Lotek Shoes, and Raising Cane's, but before I get into the changes for next year, I want to take a minute to thank everyone at Ares and Dia-Tech. Both companies took me in, treated me
The FATBMX archive is getting bigger and bigger. You can look up a lot of things by using the FATBMX search button just below the header in your top right. Simply type an event, a name, a word and it will take you to FATBMX articles that you are looking for. Make sure to hit the SHOW ALL RESULTS link because there are probably more results than the five that are showing. In 2007 we posted quite a few interviews. They're called profiler on FATBMX and are archived there.
Here is a list of ten interviews we posted in 2007. Bruno Hoffmann's interview received most hits but we also have interviews up with
I went up to Adrenaline Alley Skatepark in Corby, Northamptonshire (UK) on the first weekend off December to MC the grand opening of their new Vert & Resi ramp. Shaun Scarfe & his gang of merry men built the ramp over the course of the past few months & is set in a brand new building. Finished in perfect Finnish Birch ply, standing 14ft tall & 75ft wide (inc resi) & housed in a purpose built £150,000gbp (approx $300,000usd?) warehouse alongside the original excisting skatepark, this is the biggest & first of its kind in Europe.
BAWLS Guarana today announced the signing of a multi-year deal with VSI Products to form the Intense BMX/BAWLS Guarana Factory Pro Team. Featuring some of the sport’s top talent, the collaboration of these official sponsors of both BMX racing sanctions will bring plenty of BOUNCE to the 2008 and 2009 seasons!Through the new partnership, the American Bicycle League (ABA) #1 AA Pro and #1 Pro Cruiser racer Danny Caluag will hit the track in all-new
Woozy sent us a code for his latest movie that has riding from Markus Wilke, Sergio Layos and some friends in it. We think we've figured out the code so if you want to watch the clip, go to the next page.
In 2007 we traveled a whole lot of miles to give you updates on loads of BMX events. From Estonia to Singapore, from England to Canada, from the UK to the USA, from Italy to Romania, from Belgium to Japan, from the U.A.E. to France, and also events in Germany and The Netherlands were visited. We made a top ten list of 2007 events and list them down here in no particular order. The links to the reports still work so hit them up to get a feeling of what