A couple of weeks ago we introduced DC Podcasts, kicking things off by making tricktips from our skate team available first. This week we're keeping the ball rolling by pushing live all the tricktips from the BMX team. From Kagy to Doyle to Bohan, DC has made tons of tricktips available for download on iTunes. Podcasts are proving to be especially useful when it comes to learning new tricks. They've ended the days of watching and memorizing tricks on your VCR. Now all you have to do is update your video iPod and you can head to the skatepark, armed with the confidence of a DC tricktip that's ready to be played in the palm of your hand. With the rider by your side while learning a new trick, it really doesn't get any better than DC tricktip podcasts.
This will be a new type of event for BMX … combining street riding with a massive social session at Epic and even some orienteering. This is how it will work: - Teams of three - two riders and a driver/filmer. - Teams win the event by scoring the most points. - Win points by visiting each spot, with some spots worth more than others. - Teams score the biggest points by doing the best tricks/riding at each spot and recording this on film.
The ABA held round #8 of the 2006 Pro Series at Lake Perris, CA Lake Perris has been a long time favorite of the ABA, as in the past. Lake Perris was host for the ABA Fall Nationals, as well as other national events. The Lake Perris track is smack dab in the middle of an action filled area, with a Motocross track, a shifter cart track, sprint car track, and a dirt jump/skate park, all located at the same facility. The Lake Perris BMX track is one of the best so cal tracks of today and it made for some of the best Pro racing in a long time. 24 AA Pros came to win this weekend and 2 of the Double A Marketing riders were ready to as well. Here is how they did this weekend;
Okay, no more excuses for the Helm trail locals and all riders in general. On Friday 2 June 500 cubic meters of dirt will be dropped at the existing trails in Helmond. We don't know too many local councils that are that supportive. All they want to see is that there is enough motivation by the riders to build something nice of the dirt that they are going to drop. To make things easier, they've allowed for a digger to be present for a day and a half. Trails are never really finished, you can keep building forever, but the digger will only be there on Friday and Saturday morning to do the ground work. Man, some people have it good. It's a legal spot to ride, they are bringing in the dirt (for free) and make sure a digger is there. That's pretty awesome. It might be too wet to ride right now but when the work is put in now, the spot will be killer when the sun comes out. Call your friends now and make arrangements. Throw a shovel or two in the car and work those muscles for a couple of days. Show you're down to put some time in. It's on the Johannes Vermeerlaan, next to the new canal off the N279 (exit Centrum). A routeplanner will get you [url=//fatbmx.com/modules/news/article.php?storyid=974]there[/url].
There will be a Biggest Boost contest which should be interesting. The tricksters out there can enter the Best Trick contest and those who have it all can go for the Best Run of the day.
Hopefully Zack listed his Cell number on the flyer which is always handy in case you have some final questions or when you're really lost.
Who are your customers? Super G: Anyone who rides bmx bikes! But the parts are speciality parts and most of the parts sales are to riders who are at least 3 years deep with dirt jumping & street riding.
What products do you make? Super G: Stem bolts in metric & standard sizes. Crank bolts for Profile cranks, DK chop stix and Odssey 41 thermal. Also we have Pinch bolts for Primo cranks. Our Brake Lever bolt fits most levers and complete bike kits. We also have some soft goods on our line like Mesh Hats, FlexFit hats, Hooded Sweatshirts & Zip up's, First Aid kits and sticker packs.
If you want to cool off in the middle of the summer maybe you can head over to Vise, Belgium for a lake jumping contest. BMX Plus! will cover the event (just kidding). We only received the flyer of the contest but I believe they're giving away a lot of stuff at the contest. Look at all the sponsors that are lined up for this! Coke (?) is one of the sponsors and combine that with some Red Bull and you can count on an all nighter at the local techno in Vise Ile Robinson. First prize is a Seat car.
We're probably completely wrong here so go to www.waterjump.be for more info or visit the comp on 19 and 20 August and let us know what happened.
###Carhartt Indoor skatepark Weil am Rhein### Last week we got good news from the Carhartt head office in Weil am Rhein. From now on Tuesdays are always a bmx only day! Furthermore a bmx jam is planned + a concert for December. Date and stuff is not fixed but more info will follow soon on the Carhartt-Europe website.
In the past we had 5 European BMX freestyle events going on in the summer and that was it. We traveled from event to event until the summer holiday was over. These days we've got 3 events going on each week!
On the weekend of 16-18 June the park and vert riders can check out the etnies Bielefeld City Jam in Germany.
Friday is open for practice with the contest being held on the 17th and the 18th. There's a Pro and Amateur class and the loaction is Busbahnhof Kesselbrink in Bielefeld-City (follow Innenstadt-Zentrum signs).
If you're a party animal you should be there on Saturday. At 23:00hr the official event party starts at the Ostbahnhof.