If a magazine is at number 31 it's a has shown that it can last. Dirtbiker is a magazine from the Czech Republic, home of the 2005 IBMXFF Nokia Freestyle World Championships. We'll have to wait until this event is over to see the coverage in Dirtbiker but you can be sure that they will be around.
The magazine is a mixture of BMX racing, BMX freestyle and all types of MTB disciplines (no XC, Marathon or that type of riding though). The full colour magazine has BMX ads from DC, GT, Specialized, Etnies, VANS, Bell, 3120, Gotcha and Vehiclo so the support from the Czech BMX industry is there. The Duben 2005 issue is 98 pages and costs Kc55. Wait a minute, that means they don't run the Euro in Czech so you better change up some money when you go to the World's next week. The magazine is written in Czech which makes it hard to understand if you don't speak the language. It's got a big news section, an interview with cover guy Michal Pribyl and Josh Harrington, a report from some Czech riders who went to the USA, a flatland contest report, winter funbox report and a how-to of a transfer X-up to fakie. Petan TJ also gets an interview and Jamie Bestwick's GT Team bike gets tested. Pick up your copy at the World's in Prague, home base of Dirtbiker magazine.