Kevin McAvoy and Justin Kosman keep firing out these Twenty BMX mag babies in a timely fashion. They'll be at number 20 in no-time. Mike Saavedra gets the cover. I thought it was Corey Bohan at first. Twenty has a lot of racing in it. Hopefully the BMX racing community appreciates that and buys the mag. The Pump section brings news and small articles like the one on Scot Breithaupt and Greg Romero. It moves on to the SubDivision 2005 report and continues with a Snafu road trip in the OKC area. Mongoose race Joey Bratford gets interviewed and the August issue comes with a Mongoose/Hyundai team poster. Twenty BMX covers the CFB in Oklahoma and that's quite quick as the comp happened only last month. Riding the Curve is a racing article with Matt Pohlkamp, Kris Fox and Ryan Roberts. It follows the riders during a race. Don't forget to put your filter on your camera. The Filter photo section brings you big pics (on the big size paper mag).
Footjam how-to, check. Ariel Greer gets an interview that starts on page 64 and ends on page 65. It's more of a BIO and they call it I.D. in Twenty. Greg Romero puts in his Two Cents on page 66 and if you don't know how to install headsets, turn to page 70 + 72 for the full instructions. 10 stems get reviewed in The 10 Spot article and more products make it in the Newest Gear section. Kyle Weisenberger gets that page with all the Polaroid photo's of himself in different situations. There's always some funny stuff in these. DVD Reviews of Off The Map, Soul # 27, Orchid, SIN and Transit 5 can be found on page 84/86. The contrast article is in pink this time and compares Samantha Cools with Kim Hayashi. Now you want to see an issue for yourself, right? Go to www.h3publications.com and find out how to get yours.