2014/8/30 3:00:00 (405 reads)
2014/8/25 4:20:00 (397 reads)
Hometown: Haarlem, The Netherlands
Hookups: Orbea Rude, Soulcycle, Rock n Roll Distribution, Karhu, LOSTBMX
Frame: Orbea Rude v2 Prototype 19.6
Forks: Autum Zero
Stem: Odyssey Lincon
2014/8/22 21:20:00 (203 reads)
2014/8/22 19:20:00 (177 reads)
It makes me happy whenever a new BMX magazine arrives. The latest BMX Rider magazine included. It's always nice to see your own photo and or article in it and this time I was stoked to see the photo of Michel Dijstelblom on page 18. Michel is a local here in Helmond and isn't necessarily traveling worldwide to BMX events because he simply doesn't have the funds. He does ride a lot though and on this particular day we met up at the new Central Station and then visited this weird statue which ended up getting a full page in the new issue of BMX Rider. But of course there's lot more, and every picture in it tells a thousand words. That's a lot of text right there.
Number 13 of BMX RIDER marks the special CONTEST ISSUE:
-Highway to Hill
2014/8/18 13:10:00 (440 reads)
2014/8/16 13:20:00 (200 reads)
The latest issue of FreedomBMX must have been laying on that doormat for a few weeks. Inside are contest announcements of events that have happened by now. At 100 pages it's one of the thickest BMX magazines in existence right now and it's full of BMX content. The mag is wrapped with 1 1/2 pages of BMX stickers that are included in the price of the mag (€ 3,60 in Germany). If you missed out on it, just like us, here's what you can find in issue 119.
freedombmx 119 contents list:
-“Already been done”
-My Block: Stuttgart
-Tim Güntner Interview
-Contests – To Win or Chill?
-Felix Prangenberg turns 16
-Monster x Dub The Street Series Berlin
2014/8/9 4:20:00 (656 reads)
2014/8/7 6:40:00 (270 reads)
When I was over at FOX I got to pick out a product. I had my eyes set on the camouflage backpack that I spotted as soon as I got inside the cool building. The backpack has some very cool compartments. It fits the iPad and a laptop and has a smaller section for pens and stuff. I think I'm going to use it for school but I'm afraid someone will steal it. Camouflage is my colour at the moment and the Fox Let's Ride 3 Backpack has a cool pattern. Here is some more information on the FOX backpack.
2014/8/6 16:20:00 (220 reads)
At the US Open of Surfing we picked up a copy of Transworld's RIDE BMX magazine. It had the Vans Chile trip on the cover. It had been a while since I actually had a copy of RIDE in my hands so I made sure I took one for future reading pleasure. Then the next day another copy of RIDE was distributed with Nigel Sylvester on the cover. It read September 2014 so it was the latest one. Well, here's what's inside that issue. Now go find a copy yourself.
- Departments -
Gary Young gets crazy after dark, Mike Hoder rides across a Geek Squad van, and Tyler Fernengel is just plain nuts—three Start spreads you gotta see.
2014/8/5 14:30:00 (570 reads)
2014/7/25 16:10:00 (197 reads)
2014/7/11 15:49:19 (199 reads)
-John Garcia interview
-Couch riding gallery by Vincent Perraud
-Mimi Granieri interview
-Annecy local scene
2014/7/10 15:40:00 (227 reads)
Finding spots is one of the best parts of BMX. The world is there to explore so go out and find that perfect rail, ledge or bank and make things happen. The skinny quarter that Kirss Kyle used for the cover shot of RIDE UK #190 might not have brought the same shot 20 years ago. The riding progresses and certain spots now become interesting again when adaption new tricks. Living Tough, Flying High is the title of the Kriss Kyle interview which you can read in the August 2014 issue. The mag will cost you $ 10.50 in the USA. Other articles are:
-The X-Games in Austin, Texas. Did Chase derserve the gold?
-The Level Jam. Two feet on the ground.
-Eclat in Japan. Any Japan-lifts on that trip?
-Verde in Greece. Is that country still bankrupt?
-Looking for England's forgotten transitions
2014/7/2 11:20:00 (189 reads)
The Riot Jacket is a perfect blend of technical performance, fluffy fleece comfort and a casual design. The highly stretchable fleece provides optimal freedom of movement for an outstanding comfort. This bike jacket further wows with a water proofness of 3000mm, good insulation and a fast moisture transport.Details:
-Water column: 3000mm
-Moisture vapour transmission rate: 1000g/m2/24h
-Waterproof front zipper
-Oversized hood with volume adjustments
-Stretch drawcord at bottom hem