There are no two ways about it: Dave Mirra was the spark that revitalized Haro in the mid 1990s. Gone were the days of Bob Haro and Ron Wilkerson behind the brand's direction -- it was now Dave Mirra and Ryan Nyquist designing complete bikes that were affordable, high quality and available worldwide to a new legion of BMX fans. A few years later, the X Games hit, and suddenly, Dave Mirra's signature Haro was on every TV screen of an ESPN subscriber, and demand for his signature bikes and components sky rocketed. Mirra remained an esteemed member of the Haro team through the end of 2006, and then started his own brand, Mirraco, for the remainder of his BMX career. But the majority of Mirra's accomplishments at the top of the sport were done on a signature Haro, and it's where most of us remember him best.
The Set 'BMX co' Bike bag has got all bases covered. Bigger, way lighter and cheaper than any other bike bag. Big enough to hold your bike and a crap load more! Can almost fit 2 BMX bikes. Made from Military spec canvas. Rolls up to less than a quarter of the size for easy traveling.
NO need to carry that HUGE golf/ bike bag around, this is a simple no bullshit BMX bag. Big enough to hold your bike and a crap load more ! can fit almost 2 bikes. Tough military spec construction canvas. Extra carry strap included. Woven THE SET patch.
Following the success of the Vans Hologram pack, Vans release its second fashion week story in consecutive seasons, this time focusing on a denim special. The Vans Denim Pack will be featured across both apparel and footwear and highlights historic Vans icons including the Old Skool, raglan and coach jacket.
Unique to the collection is the coach jacket, produced in VF’s very own denim factories across Europe. The raglan is a cotton jersey which comprises of an all over denim print, whilst the white tee makes you consider which of your favourite denim will you match with it. To complete the apparel assortment is a white hoodie that offers a street edge to this 90s inspired collection. All apparel features Vans and “Off the Wall” embroideries throughout to maintain a feminine feel.
The Old Skool is featured across two colourways, all white & all black with a premium leather finish and denim touch in the lining.
As a member of USABMX you do receive Pull BMX Magazine in the mailbox whenever it comes out. The latest issue has all the USABMX Grand National coverage you can dream of, from a report to the 2016 standings, from the latest gossip to event results. With a race of 765 motos you can sure fill an entire magazine with the happenings.
Pro riders Alise Post, Joris Daudet and Cristian Becerine had a killer year and are higlighted in the magazine. They share the cover too. With the season opener happening this weekend in Phoenix, Arizona, the material for the next issue will be collected right there. BMX racing in print, let's keep it coming.
Vault by Vans Presents: Vans Curated by Our Legacy. Vans and Our Legacy partner to create a footwear and apparel capsule inspired by Californian hardcore punk culture. This spring, Vault by Vans collaborates with Stockholm-based menswear powerhouse, Our Legacy to create a 10-piece footwear and 12-piece apparel capsule collection inspired by Californian hardcore punk culture. The offerings include Vans’ classic footwear silhouettes in bold orange, black and white colorways and timeless Vans apparel basics including a pullover sweatshirt and graphic tees that convey a striking blend of street culture and high quality design.
Our Legacy co-founder, Jockum Hallin, grew up in Sweden in the early 90’s in a world of do-it-yourself culture that exposed him to skateboarding, touring with hardcore bands, releasing records and sleeping on floors. Hallin’s spirited attitude during this time developed into creative endeavors across music and fashion, all of which were driven by Hallin’s affinity toward the subversive culture that was burgeoning in the States.
The Vault by Vans x Our Legacy collection is directly inspired by Hallin’s interpretation of Californian skate, surf and hardcore punk culture in the late ‘80s and early ‘90s. The collection executes minimal and monochromatic design elements, reduced in detailing and colors, focusing on shapes, silhouettes, materials and fabric qualities. Symbolic subcultural references are seen throughout the collection including “positive mental attitude” (PMA), “use your head,” “all ages” and “Orange County.”
Vans, the original action sports footwear and apparel brand, presents the Authentic™ Chino, as part of the spring 2017 Men’s Apparel collection. The Authentic™ Chino features Vans’ Sturdy Stretch twill fabrication, highlighting a purposeful innovation that embraces timeless style and skateboard functionality all-in-one. To create an everyday staple that can be worn from day to night, Vans gained insight from their skate team to fulfill the need for classic style, lifestyle functionality and all-day comfort. The Authentic™ Chino utilizes a poly-covered Lycra® thread, which serves as the foundation of Vans’ unique Sturdy Stretch formula, to provide a long-lasting stretch and shape retention that is built for durability and comfort. Hidden functionality features include flat felled seams to prevent crotch blowouts, sewn bar tacks for reinforcement, curved slant pockets and a hidden coin pocket. The chinos feature a woven Vans branded label and are available in classic colorways including black, dirt and dark slate.
The Authentic™ Chino is available now across Europe at Vans’ retail locations and online at www.vans.eu.
In a world where print is disappearing and magazines turn into online operations, BMX RIDER is hangin' tough. Although there are a few BMX magazines that come out on an irregular basis, the German magazine has just hit #28. Tim Korbmacher was just at the Simple Session in Tallinn so you can expect a full on report of the contest in print when the next issue comes out in a few months from now. But first things first. Here is a short list of stories that went into the winter issue where not a lot of outdoor riding got done around Germany.
-Photostory: Lost in Santos - Virtual vs. Reality -Interview: Miguel Franzem - Pimp like a Boss -Photostory: Freeze in Berlin -Gallery: The Best in pictures -Photostory: Welcome to the Chickenbarn -Spot Check: Spot Regensburg e.V.
At an MSRP of $979.99 the Dennis Enarson complete bike isn't quite the entry level BMX bike. But Dennis Enarson isn't the entry level rider either. The San Diegan could build this bike up out of the box and do all the tricks he can do today. Yes, it's made for the serious BMX-er out there who thinks Dennis is a great guy. The bike weighes in at 23.34 lbs so it's not the leightest bike out there, but it will hold up to many burly tricks. If you've ever seen Dennis ride, you know what I mean. Top tube length options are limited to 21" and it comes in dark olive (or black if you are lucky enough to track one down internationally). Check the spec list and the photos and hop on a bike that the Park rider of the year rides.
Tall Order 215 Frame 21" Gloss Black Tall Order Ramp Fork Gloss Black Tall Order Ramp Bar 9.5" High Gloss Black Tall Order Pivotal Seat Post Gloss Black Tall Order Pivotal Slim Seat Black/White Tall Order Pocket Socket Black
Federal Vice Cranks 24mm 175mm inclBB Black Federal Contact PC Pedals 9/16" Black Federal Revolution Bolt On Sprocket 28T Black Federal Stance Fronthub Female 36s Black Federal Stance Rearhub Female 9T RSD Black Federal Motion Rims 36s Red Federal Hidden Headset 45/45 Black Federal Love Topload stem 52mm Black Federal Flanged Contact Grips Black