With competing magazines working on their umpteenth issue, you are getting used to the way their set up is and what you can expect. With Twenty BMX it's still fresh. We received issue # three in the FATBMX mailbox and it has a racer on the cover. Don't be fooled though because this AA Pro racer knows how to do X-up flips, tailwhips and he cranks turndowns and lookbacks at the local Vegas concrete parks. It's Schwinn's Nate Berkheimer who also has the pro interview inside. For the old dogs, Twenty brings a story on the Joe Kid premiere in Hollywood (home of the editor). There's a big feature on the PIG contest that only seemed to take place a few weeks ago. Flatlander Justin Miller is a force to be reckoned with. Page 40/41 shows you what he's all about. The magazine seems to cover what other mags don't so it's no surprise to find an interview with Holland's one and only AA pro Robert de Wilde on p. 44.
The Filter section is the photo part of the magazine. Trial & Error is the how-to section (X-up). Two cents is an article by the injured Biz. I.D. is some sort of Bio page that features Jamey Dakis this time. Wrench brings a how-to install cranks. Some product and bike stuff is followed by a Recon on Fuzzy. The Preview section does reviews (Empire-Megatour 4) and the mag ends with the Contrast section featuring Steve Crandall and Chris Moeller on the same page. All in all 92 pages of BMX.