Now what does [twenty] have to offer you this time? The Red Bull elevation contest to start with (cover). Justin Kosman went to Colombia for a BMX race and reports from there. Colin Winkelmann 1976-2005 R.I.P.. The Pump section alsways has a bunch of good (party) photos. Some people will hate it, the rest don't. X-Games 11. If you missed it, [twenty] fills you in with 2 pages of photos, results and some text. The Dexter Hub (Cheap Profile) is featured in [Showcase]. If you're in the hunt for a pair of shoes and you can't decide, this issue isn't going to help. They show 10 pairs which makes it even harder to pick one. Metro Jam Vancouver, check. NBL Grands, check. Brian Castillo in 500 different looks; covered. Find the Sean Logan [I.D.] (bio) on page 76. Mike "Hucker" Clark shows how to do a nosedive 360 on the next page. Robbie Miranda puts in his [two cents] on page 80. He's damn right. We're missing those days where you actually had mud on the BMX track and you had to put your leg out (MX style) in the first turn when you were going speedway style. Racers want it so smooth these days that you could actually ride a "10 speed" on the BMX track. Put the MX back into BMX.
Win Greg Romero's pink aluminium Revtec race bike with scary forks when you subscribe to [twenty]BMX. Details on page 84. Products featured in the [inventory] section are: A'me grips, Demolition F-1 sprocket, Answer forks, FBM Deployer frame, Sun Light wheelset and the Eastern Jane bike. More next page with the HARO Group 1 SX Pro XL race bike, O'Gio bag, XpedoF1 pedals, Shadow hubs, Felt Cranmer bars and the Super**** Elect stem. Tell Leigh Ramsdell to take some funny shots and you'll get this [recon]. Ruff Draft and Half and Half get reviewed and the [contrast] last page interviews are with Bubba Harris and Mike Day. Convinced? Get it.