Endless magazine out of the UK just finished up issue 3. 100 pages of BMX from all over the world is packed into the new book. Get yourself a copy by going to your favourite BMX shop in the UK that stocks this print magazine. If they don't have it, tell them to get on the program. It's free if you take the effort to go to the shop. You'll pay for shipping when you order an Endless mag from their site. While at it, they've got back issues ready and a bunch of funny T-shirts. Actually they've only got the Pablo Escobar T available because they sold out on the other ones. Join the cartel.
Print isn't the easiest business to be in. Support Eisa Bakos for his drive to deliver some reading material when you're on the road or when you're stuck at a place with no wifi connection.
Our July/August issue of RideBMX The Ramp II with Greg Illingworth, the Vans Video Illustrated, Gary Young and Dakota Roche interviews, Mat Hoffman’s obsession with Big Air, Joe Rich’s last air on the T1 ramp, Shawn McIntosh, Dan Conway, Zack Gerber, Adam LZ, and more…
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Start Shawn McIntosh takes a leap of faith to his pegs, Dan Conway hits the hottest ledge in Philadelphia, and Zack Gerber does one of the largest barspin gaps BMX has ever seen—and his bike pays the price.
Tim Korbmacher and his crew did it again. Issue 24 just came out and is available at the better bookstores and BMX shops in Germany and beyond. BMX coverage from top to bottom, beginning to end. Get sum! -Simple Session 2016, Tallinn, Estonia -Banana project in Berlin -Race vs Street with the German HARO team -Dutchies on tour -Highway to Hill, Mellowpark, Berlin, Germany -Gypsys visit Austin, TX -Contest: Flatland im Zuppermarket -Fav 5: featuring Dominik Betten -Spotcheck: Westblaak/ Rotterdam, NL -Self Made: Backflip and Turndown with the Freigäng bros -Short Talk: Basti Groß
The 2016 Haro Boulevard complete bike for sure beats the money you'd spend on the new Xbox1 or whatever game machine you have in mind. The bike will bring you so much more. Next to joining your friends for a session at the indoor park, the bike will get you outside and lets you learn the tricks for real. The MSRP is $379.99 and it will get you endless trick possibilities. With a total weight of 24.50 lbs the HARO Boulevard is ready for you to take on any trick, the geometry is spot on. Available in three colours: Black, red and
If you're looking for a bike that does it all, you don't need to look any further. The SD V2 from Haro Bikes is Dennis Enarson's signature model and you know it works for him on park, street and at the trails. You can ride the same bike as Dennis rides so you have no one to blame but yourself learning that next trick. Contact a HARO Dealer near you to see the bike in real life or visit the FISE next month and see Dennis Enarson in person.
Frame Components -Frame: Full Crmo SDV2, tapered stays, Int. HT, MID BB - 21" TT -Fork: Full Crmo SD, 1 pc. CNC steer tube w/Tapered legs
After seeing some brutal crashes last weekend at the UCI BMX SX World Cup in Manchester, maybe it's time to invest in some body protection. Leatt has many options and I'm sure one of them will work for you. Give the products a look and protect your body in places it's not being protected right now. You don't want to miss that next important race do you?
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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.