2014/12/11 23:30:00 (131 reads)

A new product on the market, the social media glove. Not that the Mujjo glove is called like that but that's how we dubbed it. It's getting cold out there and these gloves are designed to work the phone without having to take them off. That's handy as we want to keep you updated on everything BMX even when it's cold and we're stuck outside.

The Mujjo glove is comfy because of the fleece liner inside. It's got the style because of the leather wrist closure and cuff. The button was tough to close/open but hopefully that was just because they were new and it'll get better as winter moves on. The Mujjo has grip dots in the palm but not really on the finger tips. Ours came in black. The only right choice for winter gloves. At least if you don't like washing them every week.

2014/12/11 10:30:00 (192 reads)

We can appreciate magazines doing different things. Especially covers need extra attention. It's an honour to be on a cover and you might as well make it the best possible. The Wordeo Warehouse Project Concept Sessions resulted in four different covers for Issue 195. 4 teams, 4 creative concepts, 1

2014/12/10 6:40:00 (94 reads)

The Jan/Feb issue of RideBMX features Tyler Fernengel in Detroit, modifying spots with Christian Rigal, NORA Cup 2014, Dan Lacey, Zack Warden, Colin Varanyak, and more… Here's the hoopla that's inside #206:

- Departments -

Start
Cory Wiergowski
gets his smith grinds on, Bryan Baker does a slippery toboggan at night, and Pat Sabo rocks a fufanu.

Pro Q&A: Dan Lacey
One of the hardest hitting street riders in the game.

Products
Some of the latest goods from some of the greatest brands in BMX.

2014/12/9 20:00:00 (122 reads)

The New Soul is out now in France, the french scene at its finest right behind this Zoological cover from Pupa Fizz’T:

Figurer : Spécial Moyen Format
Oeuvrer : Sérignan
Le vélo : Luc Legrand
Illustrer : Pupa Fuzz’T
Sélectionner : Le matos de noël
La relève : Florian Girard
Evoluer : Les vidéos
Réaliser : Above Below
Participer : Fise export
La génèse : Ronnie Napolitan

Figurer : Spécial Moyen Format
Oeuvrer : Sérignan
Le vélo : Luc Legrand
Illustrer : Pupa Fuzz’T
Sélectionner : Le matos de noël
La relève : Florian Girard
Evoluer : Les vidéos
Réaliser : Above Below
Participer : Fise export
La génèse : Ronnie Napolitan
Organiser : V.U. Pessac
Le reconverti : Pépé
La pièce : Sac Shadow Greenfilms
La parenthèse : La compétition - See more at: http://soulbmxmag.com/article/le-soul ... -vie#sthash.8CHm0fmZ.dpuf
Figurer : Spécial Moyen Format
Oeuvrer : Sérignan
Le vélo : Luc Legrand
Illustrer : Pupa Fuzz’T
Sélectionner : Le matos de noël
La relève : Florian Girard
Evoluer : Les vidéos
Réaliser : Above Below
Participer : Fise export
La génèse : Ronnie Napolitan
Organiser : V.U. Pessac
Le reconverti : Pépé
La pièce : Sac Shadow Greenfilms
La parenthèse : La compétition - See more at: http://soulbmxmag.com/article/le-soul ... -vie#sthash.8CHm0fmZ.dpuf
Figurer : Spécial Moyen Format
Oeuvrer : Sérignan
Le vélo : Luc Legrand
Illustrer : Pupa Fuzz’T
Sélectionner : Le matos de noël
La relève : Florian Girard
Evoluer : Les vidéos
Réaliser : Above Below
Participer : Fise export
La génèse : Ronnie Napolitan
Organiser : V.U. Pessac
Le reconverti : Pépé
La pièce : Sac Shadow Greenfilms
La parenthèse : La compétition - See more at: http://soulbmxmag.com/article/le-soul ... -vie#sthash.8CHm0fmZ.dpuf
2014/12/6 5:40:00 (183 reads)

2014/12/6 4:20:00 (2634 reads)

Vans joins forces with renowned BMX brand Haro to commemorate a history of classic BMX design and originality. The fated partnership between the two brands brings forth a memorable collection of Vans x Haro footwear, apparel and accessories influenced by the early days of BMX style and the birth of the first freestyle BMX frame, the Haro Freestyler. With more than 30 years of innovation, Haro Bikes champions an iconic heritage in BMX product design. With the introduction of its first top-of-the-line Freestyle BMX bike in early 1984,

2014/12/4 18:20:00 (154 reads)

Some magazines count by numbers. If that was the case with BMX Plus! magazine, I wonder what number they'd be at. Okay, I think it's not too difficult as we're on the internet these days. First issue dates back to November 1978. That's 36 years ago. BMX Plus! arrives every month so make that times 12. The number would be around 434 if the mag actually did show up every month since the first issue. Where other mags celebrate their 50th, 100th or 200th issue, BMX Plus! will be hard to beat. And they keep going and going and going. 84 pages for the January 2015 number which has Alex Landeros on the cover shot at the Regency trails. It was a fruitfull shoot over there as some bike check pics came from the same spot. Vans Kill the Line is in here with pics from Syo. The Dew Tour in NY and the UCI BMX SX in Argentina are two more BMX events that get the coverage. Bike tests are with the FreeAgent Lodus and a 24" SE Quadangle. Landeros not

2014/12/4 9:30:00 (261 reads)
2014/12/2 20:20:00 (839 reads)
New for 2015 is the Dennis Enarson signature complete bike in cooperation with Demolition. 100% chromoly SDV2 Dennis Enarson signature frame with butted tubing, hour glass Mid BB shell, integrated head tube, tapered seat and chain stays, welded seat clamp, 21" top tube length and removable brake and cable mounts.

-100% chromoly heat treated SD Dennis Enarson signature fork with internal threaded 1 piece CNC steer tube, tapered legs and
2014/12/2 5:40:00 (159 reads)
GoPole (gopole.com), the original and leading GoPro accessory brand, is excited to introduce its newest GoPro camera mount, the Base. This bi-directional tripod is not only compact, but can also fold into six different locking positions, offering users a variety of options to use as a tabletop support for GoPro cameras. The Base can also be flipped over and used as a support in conjunction with other GoPole products such as the Reach, Grenade Grip or Evo.

Coming to market just in time for the 2014 holiday season, the Base is GoPole’s latest product in its new line of adventurous 
2014/11/28 16:20:00 (181 reads)
Here we go with the first 2015 issue of BMX Rider magazine. And yes, it's got BMX Racing on the cover. The German Talent team riders Liam and Axel Webster ride their HARO bikes through a fast turn at the Anathal track. For 2015 more race coverage is planned for the Germany magazine and who not. 2015 will be the Olympic qualifying year so things will get interesting real quick on the racing front. But, there's plenty of dirt, flatland, vert, park and street left. In #15 for instance you can find the following articles:

-Vert is not Dead - Itw. with Benni Kopp
-The Banana Projekt #2 - countrybikes on tour
-Texas Toast 2014
-Pro bike check with Mike "Hucker" Clark
-Talent Team Germany - Short Talk with the Webster brothers
-UKP Trailsjam 2014
2014/11/27 4:20:00 (898 reads)
Name: Stefan Lantschner
Age: 30
Hometown: Barcelona at the time
Hookups: Flybikes, Fiat freestyle team, Vans, Frontocean, Fakieshop, Smithoptics

Frame: flybikes montaña
Forks: flybikes agua fork
Stem: flybikes alta silver
2014/11/26 13:30:00 (170 reads)
Published by Assouline, a leading luxury global publisher, to celebrate 40 years of disrupting the status quo, OAKLEY captures the brand's "innovation wrapped in art" mantra. From early designs and advertising to never-before-seen product sketches, this 220-page premium coffee table book follows the brand journey from mad scientist Jim Jannard's garage to the leading sports performance brand in the world. It's perfect for Oakley enthusiasts and those who share our passion for design, technology and performance.
2014/11/18 14:20:00 (716 reads)
$350 USD gets you a whole lot of HARO these days. The HARO Boulevard has everything an entry level rider needs. Of course it does not come with a freecoaster and full cromo tubes and parts but the price is right for this machine. Available in three colours so most likely it is available in a colour that you like.

Enjoy the pics and the parts list and then head to your HARO dealer with that well earned $350,= USD in your pocket. Look for the destination, your HARO will take you there.
2014/11/18 6:10:00 (201 reads)
Where other magazines are happy to make it to 100, Ride UK nearly hits 200 issues. Number 194 has hit the shops and number 200 will be out some time next year assuming they'll publish a mag once every two months. Here's what the new issue has to offer. A whole lot.

-Texas Toast: Brand new location, same good vibes: “Their incentive to come lies not in a huge winning purse, but in an extremely fun weekend riding bikes and partying with their friends”

-Brighton Aint Ready: 80 days, 43 riders, 1 city: Brighton Aint Ready is back and bigger than ever! The worlds best riders descend on the seaside town for one of the best Summers for many a year.

-The Quartermaster: Waking the beast: “We wanted to invite riders 
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