Hot babes on bikes doing even hotter tricks! No that’s not the tagline for the latest Biker-Babe B-movie. It’s a bold announcement of great things to come. The creative Canadian BMX stunt rider, Angie “sKwirl” McEwen and Extreme Sports Stunt Team Owner/rider, Brent Sprute have joined forces to put together an amazing Extreme Sports Stunt Tour like no other! “sKwirl blew me away with her ideas and vision for a girls tour that would be empowering, educational and a lot of fun.” Said Sprute. The tour will take place over six weeks starting in September and running through mid October. The venues that will host the tour will be as varied and colorful as the riders that will be on the tour. Malls, Bike shops, skate parks and other hotspots will all be packed when the tour rolls through the U.S. and Canada later this year.
Encouraging a positive vibe among young women via unity, community and harmony flow strong as themes of this tour.
The next “Extreme Sport” Festival will be held April 6th – 9th, 2007 on the combined sites of AURON (FRANCE). This new edition offers the following programme… , contest, promotion, demonstration, introduction and good mood! The International Movie Festival “Extreme Sport”: Price money : € 10.000 Starting Friday.
The Dew dirt champ is going to the Metro Jam to show what he's got on the street/park course. Read on what he thinks about going to Singapore and check what parts he's got on his Hoffman Loyalty that he will bring with him on the plane.
How many Metro Jams have you visited prior to the Singapore one? Anthony Napolitan: The past 2 in Toronto.
What are you expecting of the trip? Anthony Napolitan: Definitely a good time, I've never been to Singapore, so it should be a culture shock.
Being in a different part of the world together with fellow riders does that automatically mean good times?
Gary Young always does well at the Metro jams. It's the courses that somehow suit his riding. He finds lines that others don't and won't quit until he has pulled that last icepick(grind) that he had in mind. What does Gary think of the Metro Singapore course and what bike is he bringing?
How many Metro Jams have you visited prior to the Singapore one?
Impure, Indecent, Lecherous, Lustful, Obscene, Offensive, and Smutty. It's not that they're not warning you for the content of Pusher Biker magazine. It might not be for everybody but it sure has its following. Clay Brown and his long list of contributors finished issue number twenty just in time for the summer to start. 48 full colour pages in 'zine size, filled with kinky girls, porn reviews, stoner news , an adult entertainment ad with a discount coupon and a local bar advertisement. But there's more. Lots of BMX in fact. The weed-sale financed computer has done its job and Clay is getting good with it. What does issue 20 have to offer? -Contents page -A one-handed editorial -Staff page -Quotes and the always feared shit list -DVD reviews -1st timers with Ron Wilkerson
You and your friends are serious street riders. You and your friends believe you kick ass. You and your friends don't mind packing the car to drive to Paris for a session. You and your friends should enter this Mosaic street party and bring the best filmer you know. Each crew has three days of filming. You will ride 9 different spots in Paris and its suburbs. You have three days to edit the footage because the video presentation is on Sunday night.
In three weeks FATBMX will be in Singapore for the Metro jam. We're stoked on this opportunity and checked in with a few pros who are going to make the trip as well. First rider up is Clint Millar from Australia. Read on to see what he says. There's a bike check on Clint's wethepeople as well.
How many Metro Jams have you visited prior to the Singapore one? Clint: I have been to two before, both in Vancouver. Both have been awesome experiences.
Gabe Weed held another competition this past weekend at Openground in Reno , Nevada. Myself and a dozen other riders from the Bay Area made the drive up North East to get some riding done. If you are ever in Reno make sure you never stay at the Sands Regency hotel. Easily the worst hotel experience I have ever had in all my travels. Minus 5 stars , 2 thumbs down and 1 raised middle finger.
The competition was held on the Saturday and followed the same format as last time with classes for beginner , advanced and pro. The winner of the last comp , South Lake Tahoe's Matthias Weldon, was looking great in all his runs with new lines and loads of style. Unfortunately he went down really hard on a failed tailwhip over the box.