The July/August issue of RideBMX is stacked with features including a bangin’ interview with cover boy Broc Raiford, riding off roofs, an interview with Ryan Howard, Demarcus Paul and the SD trolley system, Dan Kruk AM spotlight, Erik Elstran, Wethepeople and Fit completes, and more. Here's a more specific contents list:
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Start:Zack Gerber throws the bars with an arrow’s precision and Kriss Kyle ups the curve wallride game even further.
Pro Q&A: Erik ElstranEasily one of the most quirky and unique individuals in BMX answers your questions.
It's getting pretty quiet in the magazine world but a few of them are going strong. One of them is BMX Rider magazine out of Germany. They've only been on the market for a couple of years, but they've just finished their 18th issue full of BMX stories. June 3rd is when the mag comes out but here's the cover which gives away some of the stories you can find inside. The Mankind crew went on a family trip and BMX Rider was on board to give you the scoop. Country Bikes was still carrying a banana ramp around the country and here's part two. Barcelona never seems to fail. BMX Rider brings a report of the city with the endless spots. Helmets are important, also in BMX racing. A full face lid is mandatory and BMX Rider tests buckets from Troy Lee, Fox and Bell. They compare the BMX helmets against the Motocross helmets. Which one is better? Are you in need for some Cult pedals? Maybe it's time to subscribe.
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Magazines used to come in on a weekly basis but the stack isn't growing at a similar rate today. With Dig, Ride UK, Freedom, Art, 2020, The Albion, Zwanzig Zoll, and RebelYell not coming out in print any longer, we're happy every time the mailman drops some BMX pages through the door. You can always count on BMX Plus! magazine to arrive on a monthly basis and the July Issue was just released. It's got BMX Racing from Rock Hill, 25 tips to make you a faster racer, they visited the Old School BMX reunion at Woodward West, tested Aaron Ross Motoross frame from Sunday, Checked out Paul Cooper's Colony, they put a Redline Flight AP through the test and much more. The tech Tips, new products, the news section, parting shot, Nostalgia page, Mailbag, Inside Scoop and other regulars make sure you don't miss much on what's going on in BMX. The fact that BMX Plus! gives 'unknown' riders an opportunity to shine makes it interesting month after month. Ben Crockett was in France last weekend to cover the FISE World