In its first year of being in business Twenty BMX has already received a new look. The October issue sports a new logo but the big pages remain. The Pump section has all the latest news and it feels like [twenty]bmx comes out quick as it has got the Gravity Games and Dew Action Sports tour round 2 info already. Tom Haugen explains how much money the BMX pros make at the moment in an article on page 16. The MacNeil cassette hub gets explained and if you are looking into buying a new seatpost, you only have to turn to page 22 as there are ten of them explained. Mosh went to Australia and made a report for [twenty] with loads of pics. Mike (Noord-)Brabant is a fast 17 year old BMX racer that will possibly end up in the top pro ranks in a few years from now. He knows how to jump too. Mike got a big 6-page interview. Vic Murphy and crew went to Mexico for a fun little trip and Papiro shot the pics. 5 BMX racers get asked what their career highs and lows are, it makes for some interesting reading. "Bad to the Bone" Covert bicycles? No thanks.
Large pages come in handy in the Filter (photo) section. Sweet. Manuel Cantero gets a bio type of thing and Manuel Prado explains how to do a flatland trick in a BMX magazine. When is the last time you saw that? Colin MacKay gives you the heads up on his current situation after losing three of his paying sponsors at the beginning of the year (Huffy/Split/Osiris) because the pulled out of BMX. There's a how-to on installing U-brakes, some product info, a [recon] with Allan Cooke, DVD reviews and a Contrast article with Jay Miron and Alistair Whitton.