Me, Sauce and Trevor were last man standing again after a night at the well-known Nevermind bar. We decided to go on an adventure in the street. After getting a ticket for drinking behind Macba we went to another spot. Ended up at Universität plaza and we met a guy with this ducktaped Les Paul guitar. As a musician we had the best jams at 4 in the night. Me and Trev did moshpits and stagedives off the curb on the plaza. While sauce and Brussels Stijn Hens were talking about American food.
In the end of January I went to Barcelona for a month again. Yearly winter escape because of the shitty weather all the time in Hollandia. This time a lot of different squads from
It started with a chance encounter, stumbling across some second-hand BMX bikes from the United States in a Nigeria shop. And following a trawl of some internet videos, it has spawned into a burgeoning BMX scene in the city’s capital, Lagos, transcending socio-economic backgrounds. Here is all you need to know:
- The BMX scene only really started six years ago as rider Star Boy, aka Matthew Temitope, a mechanic in Lagos, was among those to stumble across some vintage 1980s freestyle BMXs. After watching videos with friends on his phone and in internet cafes, they began to try out their own style of tricks.
Since he was a kid, Ooti Billeaud had wanted a backyard BMX ramp, but neither his parents nor future landlords were interested, so when he finally purchased land in New Orleans his first plan was to build a ramp. Unfortunately, the city told him if he built a ramp before building a house they would confiscate his land so he built a small house and a very big ramp.
Having a large backyard has always been a dream of me. Not for the space, just to be able to build your own dirt spot, they way you want it. On 20 square meters you can't build much but luckily we've got some dirt spots close by which works. The Bensink family over in Voorst do have a dirt jump park built in their backyard and Philip and I paid a visit last Saturday. Unfortunately Niels wasn't present himself as he was racing in China so the big jumps did not see any riding but still the pump track section of the spot was good fun. Building and maintaining a dirt spot is hard work. You've got to love it otherwise it doesn't make sense having your own spot. More time is spent with the shovel in hand than the grips of your handlebars riding it. But then again, you are in control of what you're
Since 1988 Mullaly has been a place for the community to be active, creative, and off of the streets. Since the parks opening it has hosted numerous legendary events, and we are hoping you will join us for our 30th anniversary celebration. On Jul15 2018 We will be celebrating the long history of BMX's home in NYC, Mullaly Bikepark. We will have a presentation giving thanks to people who have been involved in the park through it's history, some art on display, and of course BMX riding. Come down to the park and learn about the history of NYC's longest running ramp park.
Bring your old school and mid school bikes to show off, meet riders new and old, and ride our