BMX Plus! is the longest running BMX magazine out there. They've gotta be doing something right. The September issue has a story on the 2005 Ultimate race bike, which is a cro-mo- FBM Bitchin' Camero. It must be the most expensive frame in the mailorder ads...... There's some inside Scoop with news on Mike Day, the Orchid DVD, Josh Harrington, The CFB in OKC, a Dale Holmes update and some info on the Allan Cooke Local Exposure tour. next to that the Inside Scoop has a story on Mirra's jumbo ramp. If you sent a letter to BMX Plus!, you might find it on pages 14 - 16 or 18. Being the oldest BMX magazine out there, coming up with a Nostalgia page is no big task. Gary Ellis gets the photo wearing Yes/Dyno pants. How's the FedEx route doing Gary? If you want to know what Dave Mirra is running on his bike, turn to page 22/23. It's not the golden bike, which apparently got lost on the airlines getting back from the X-Games. Ooops. Stephen Murray's GT also gets highlighted. Congrats on becoming a daddy Stephen! Is Bully Bikes still around? Must be, check the Bully Impulse test (P.26/27).
Lots of BMX racing is up next from the US National circuit. Redline Slant test, check. Darden shows how to do a tailwhip footjam nosepick on a mini. There's a tech tip on installing an integrated headset and then we're only half way of the mag. Cameron White has been on fuego lately and gets the poster. James Foster has a multi page interview and telling from the pics, this guy rocks. S&M ad kicks ass. There's more racing coverage, from the NBL Silver State National this time. Robert de Wilde can make stupid faces. More how-to's, some flatland from Signapore, a BMX Invasion Bike Battle 3 report, great photo's in the Moving Pictures section, product info and a sweet Parting Shot photo ends the September issue. No wonder the mag is still around with stacked issues like these.