We've got hundreds, if not thousands of pictures hidden on the attick. From the start of BMX in The Netherlands to shoe boxes full of photos from the first trips to San Diego as well as all the European events we went to back in the day. Most pics are of poor quality, taken by the pocket-camera that seemed to fit in the fanny pack together with the passport, the wallet and some keys. Keep in mind that this was during the pre-cell-phone era and taking pics at parties wasn't common. Although a lot of the photos ended up in FAT-'Zine issues 0 - 34, it would be interesting to dive into the photo pile one day to make a book. But that probably won't happen.
Jared Souney on the other hand managed to scan thousands of his photos and filed them around to form the 'Things Seen Along the Way' book and it's amazing. 360 photos printed in a book with over 400 pages. The book weighs 5 pounds and all 250 copies were sold in no-time. Albert Moonen and Paul de Jong are now the owners of the photo book and we flipped through the pages trying to put a name with each rider. The names are listed at the end of the book and we had to peek a few times in order to