The May/June issue of RideBMX features a Dave Mirra photo tribute, The Ramp II with Trey Jones and Colt Fake, Éclat Salvation, Nathan Williams interview, Thee Block, Charlie Crumlish, Tyler Fernengel, Denim Cox, Sean Ricany, and whatever is on the list below. Support print, no wifi needed.
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-Start: Imagine pedaling as fast as you can and then throwing the bars… then imagine the possible scenario when Tyler Fernengel does it. Denim Cox conquers a beast of a gap to wall that shut down two riders before him. A scene of urban decay makes a great backdrop for a Sean Ricany hop whip.
2024 is a full on BMX racing magazine coming out of the UK. The dedicated posse of BMX lovers have put together another issue which is basically two issues in one with 108 pages. The actual print machines started working a few months after plan A, but it's here now right before the UCI BMX SC World Cup circuit comes to town in Manchester this weekend. Issue 16 has racing from the remainder of last years British BMX Series that had not been covered, the British Championships, the World Championships, USA BMX’s Gator and Fall Nationals, a UCI BMX SX World Cup round up, and from France St Etienne.
2024 also catches up with Luke Shriever, Eddy Clerte, cover boy Tyler Whitfield and a pair of G.O.A.T’s! Yes, two reigning Olympic Champions in the same issue; Marin Pajon and Maris Strombergs.
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Looking back at bikes from the past makes you giggle. The geometry back then differs so much from the geometry used today. The Inception model in the 2016 Premium range has a 75 degree head angle which is a lot steeper than the bikes had back in the day. It makes nose-wheelies a lot easier but you'll still need to put in time to learn them. With a seat angle of 71.5 degrees you'll have enough room up front. The bike is available in a 20.5" top tube model and a frame with a 21" top tube. Your pick. With a 13,75" rear end it will make your spins
Take flight with the Celium. Featherweight materials are blended into 100 Percent's lightest glove, giving you the biggest advantage on the track. If you like to ride without gloves but need the grip when your hands start getting sweaty, these gloves are for you. They even have a print that looks like a hand on top so if you're riding at the trails and don't like the flashy neon style gloves, give these gloves a closer look.
We received some of these Celium gloves from 100% to give away so be on the lookout for an online competition only to be entered