Lavar have brought out a fresh Spring 07 line inspired by some old and new BMX history. Lightning bolts, sunglasses and even a Dead Sailor design. Available starting next week. Check a few of their new designs on the next page.
SANTA CRUZ BIKE PARK GRAND OPENING, Friday, May 4, 2007, 4 - 6 pm, 35 Pacific Avenue (the Fun Spot) across the street from the Municipal Wharf entrance. Featuring BMX Stunt Show by 2Hip Bikes and local riders, music and free snacks. Free valet bike parking by People Power. Bike Park funded by the Bicycle Trip.
BMX-Girls wanted. Once again we would like to try and find a contest format that will make the girls to overcome their inhibitions. Together with the BMX ladies we want to style a contest, which meets their expectations. Every BMX girl is asked to send us her ideas and wishes and we will consider using those to set a new contest format.
Patrick Guimez (France) is currently testing his signature frame from Koxx. Patrick will also get his own signature bars. Testing has gone really well and from the looks of it they're trying to do something different. Check the photos for now.
Check Corey's Red Bull page for "The Dirt on Corey Bohan," a new interview where he talks about hanging in a "bloody ginormous" house, his obsession with Guitar Hero and Chick-Fil-A and living the sweet life in the US.
Dan Iller is the owner of Iller Enterprises and the inventor designer of the ProTonLocks. A Magnetic non-mechanical alternative to Clip/clamp-on fixed pedal locks for both recreation and competition riding. -Patents Pending both foreign and domestic. -These pedal come in two sizes, a "MINI" 3" X 3", and "Pro" full size 4-1/2". -The pedals are made from A380 Die-cast Aluminum. 4130 Crome-molly alloy steel spindles (same spindle fits both size pedals)
This years Voodoo Jam is a part of an organization called the "BMX World Circuit". We will be one of 3 contest that will give Flatland riders a world ranking! Our contest is in New Orleans and the two in the circuit are Amsterdam and Tokyo! This will be the biggest flatland event that the United States has ever seen! Riders are coming from around the world. If you live in the United States and want to support flatland and its future, you do not want to miss this contest!
I really can't remember my first day of riding a bike without training wheels. It was a long time ago and a couple of photos show that I was little, very little. As far as I do remember it was a direct drive kids bike that I had to learn it on and somehow I managed to stay upright. Today was a day to remember. Not necessarily for myself, but for my son Philip. After spending lots of time at the local trails on the Paul's Boutique sponsored push bike, Philip discovered the Haro Z12 in the shed and asked me to take it out.