BMX Plus! magazine
Eddie Fiola: 1 foot aerial
Photo by: James Cassimus
Eddie Fiola had an interview in this issue of BMX Plus! Here's a few quotes from the text:"Eddie Fiola is a wizard. He makes things happen on a bike you just can't believe. Whether it's one-footer aerials, tabletops, cross-ups, one-handers, airborne 360-s or not-so-simple jumps, Eddie rips."
"Now 17, Eddie started out like most California kids. He jumped on the skateboarding rage at age 10 and soon gravitated to skateparks. The first one open to Eddie was Skatopia, near Knotts's Berry Farm. It was here Fiola learned the basics of vertical riding."
"COOPER Makes tomorrow alright" CD.
It ain't much if it ain't Dutch so Kung FU Europe signed Cooper as their first European band. Based in the Hague, Cooper released 3 albums, first 2 produced and recorded by Tom Holkenborg of Junkie XL fame and the third by Michel Schoots from the Urban Dance Squad.
This fourth album was produced by Bill Stevenson (not S&M Chris's father I guess) drummer from bands like Black Flag/All/Descendents
Featuring: TM Everett Rosecrans, Gary Haselhorst, Ron House, Brian Gass, Beatle Rosecrans and Kele Rosecrans.
A halfpipe is, well, a half pipe. This plexiglass Vans ramp is indeed a half pipe with no platform in the middle. It must have been one of the first transportable halfpipes made that was used for BMX shows. The team performed "ultra rad shows" at schools, Knott's Berry Farm, Magic Mountain, the LA County fair, on national TV and in large annual city parades.
Check out the Vans shoes at the bottom. All of those shoes you can still buy today and look stylish. History boy, history.
High Quality BMX race frames are a must for you to be out front of your moto and ready to finish atop the podium. Intense BMX Frames are just that. Designed in the USA and ridden by some of the world’s fastest racers, the quality doesn’t get better than Intense BMX. Intense BMX frames have been around for a few years and our track record speaks for itself- 2 years on the market and 2 ABA #1 Amateur titles with Team Intense/Challenge rider Josh Oie aboard them. 7005 series alloy with double butted down tube, cnc’d dropouts, euro BB, beautiful paint and graphics are some of the fine features for the world’s finest BMX race frames. The Intense Sabot Pro frame model weights in at just 3 pounds 11 ounces.
BMX PLUS! magazine
UBR RadeCal National article
By John Ker
Cheri Elliot of Citrus Heights, California was one of those girls that could even hang with the boys on the BMX track. She rode for Boss and later was a member of the Skyway factory team. She wasn't afraid to ride a quarterpipe either as you can see in this picture from the June issue of BMX Plus! magazine. Cheri was 11 years old when this photo was taken.
Aluminium SNAFU pedals:
-Cast aluminum body
-Forged, heat-treated chromoly spindles
-Sealed and ball bearing models available
-Smooth concave surface for maximum pedal grip
-Pre-installed stainless-steel traction pins
-Available (Green, Red, Gold, and Black) powdercoat
BMX Trix & Techniques for the Track
By Tony Donaldson
$ 19,95 US
$ 28.95 CAN
One-hundered-and-twenty-seven pages of BMX is what you get in this book. Good quality print and nice colour photos. It will learn you everything you need to know about getting to the BMX track and do some battle. It has sections on protection gear, riding techniques (start, jumps, turns) and the not so regulars like Nutrition, Plyometrics and Stretching.
A documentation of Bike Riding in South Africa, England and the USA...
By Fraser Byrne
50 minute bonus features.
I had high expectations on the second episode of STF! The first video (actually included on this DVD!) showed the first BMX footage I'd seen from South Africa and The Sequel brings more of that. Because of the mixing of footage it's a bit vague what spots are in South Africa, England and the USA but it sure has some original spots and riding.
With riding progressing so quick and some of the footage being a few years old, The Sequel is not bringing you the latest in trickaroonies. It
SINZ Pro Wheels
Are you ready to look cool and stand out of the crowd at the BMX races? Well, with the hot look of the new SINZ Pro Wheel set, you can do just that.
The 1.75 width, lightweight, double wall SINZ rims are built up with black bladed spokes and up front they have 32 spokes in a 3 cross lace pattern to keep the weight down, while the back has 36 spokes in a 3 cross lace pattern to keep the power going to the ground.
Congratulations to Ryan Fudger on that wicked covershot of Morgan Wade doing a 360 transfer the new skool way. The June 05 issue is packed with stuff. People are warming up after the winter sleep. The UpFront section is getting bigger with news and little stories from all over the place. If you want to know what's going on in BMX you should not forget to read the Fine Print column. Mark Owen is the employee of the month and gets to park his car at the front door all month. Dave Brumlow is filling you in on the Brevard County scene. PerspectivesBMX is the web page of the month and DMC is answering questions in the Pro Q+A article. Woodward's Lot-8 gets reviewed and Freimuth gets the Now and Then page which has him shown in full HARO gear. Everyone should be stoked if they had Ben Snowden's backyard. Not sure about Matt Beringer's bike though. The buyer's guide reviews 5 stems and the magazine continues with One Senseless roadtrip. It's summer in Oz and the Macneil team made a trip with Jeff Z. on board. Focus, you need to FockUs! 13 sweet pics should have you covered.