-Frame: Native shotgunner
-Forks: Custom S&M pitch fork xlt with black hole dropouts and 990's
-Headset: Odyssey pro integrated
-Stem: Profile racing push stem 48mm with all gold TI bluesix bolts
-Bars: Deco genius bars 4 piece 9 rise 29 wide
-Grips: DUO Corey Bohan
-Bar ends: Profile racing dog collar
-100% chromoly heat treated SD Dennis Enarson signature fork with internal threaded 1 piece CNC steer tube, tapered legs and
- 100% heat treated chromoly CLiQ Addict fork with tapered legs, internal threaded CNC one-piece steer tube with built-in
Two of the all time greatest BMX-ers do an over-under if they were Brian Blyther and Ron Wilkerson. To add to the excitement, they added some flames to make Vincent Perraud's job tough getting his camera right in there to get the shot. Welcome to the March/April issue. Here's the contents list.
- Departments -
Start: Colt Fake gets twisted off a roof, Tate Rosekelley does in indescribable, and Zach Krejmas raises the bar for the Ride staff.
Pro Q&A: Kriss Kyle. He literally lives at the skatepark.
Products: Some of the latest goods from some of the greatest brands in BMX.
Years ago I wrote in a letter to BMX Plus! magazine which got printed. If I remember right I was looking for pen pals. Fast forward 30 years and on occasion I write stories for the magazine. The cover of the April issue just showed up online. I'm not sure the FISE Malaysia story is in this one, but for sure the mag is packed again with BMX stuff. Dirt riders will be stoked on the cover which features TJ Ellis who just got bumped up the the Vans Pro team. Gary Young explains a trick that you can use at the trails as well, the One-Handed Flattie. More dirt related articles in the April issue with Paul Kintner and Groundchuck talking about trail riding in the 1990-s. If you want to swap a brake cable without any tools in two minutes, BMX Plus! has you covered. The mag brings tips and loads of new products. If you're looking for a new ride for the trails, the Dirt Riders' Buyers guide will lead you in the right direction. We haven't seen Chad de Groot ride trails much but I'm sure he can. He's got a Pro Column in Plus! which could get interesting because he's been
We're sure you know a guy that needs a shirt like this. Buy him one as he'll be forever thankful. This shirt isn't for whimps and you need to be able to represent. If you think you've got what it takes yourself, get on the program. Available in the Beercan and Flames designs straight from the Coach at Paul's Boutique. The best money you'll ever spend. Cheers.
Hardcore Drinking Team T-shirts for sale: Black only:
S = Losers
M = Novice
L = Expert
BMX Rider issue 16! Again, a whole lot of content and a chance to win some Glorify sunglasses or an O'Neal race kit if you subscribe to the mag. This one comes with an extra poster and will be available at the better book stores and BMX shops on February 4th. But isn't it better to get it delivered to your home? I'd say let the mail man walk through the rain at 3 degrees weather. Subscribe today and that same mailman might come back with a pair of sunglasses or some race gear. Here's what's inside number sixteen:
-#vansteamvacationmalaga. Vans Germany goes Spain. Ariba!
-Rendezvous with the Total Army. 4 bikes presented.
-Cab for a Day with Benny L.
-Doubletrouble with the Freigäng gang.
-Vans Rebeljam 2014, London, England.
-Frame: Free Agent, Lodus
-Forks: Demolition, Maiden
-Stem: Demolition, Monarch
-Bars: Demolition, Combat
-Grips: ODI, Longnecks, I cut them down short though so they are just barely bigger than the width of my hand.
-Bar ends: Kink, some old metal ones that I have had forever. I still really like having metal ones over plastic.
Based on the popular Pro Lite and 5.5 neck braces comes the new full carbon fiber 6.5. The 6.5 is Leatt's lightest, most ventilated and lowest profile neck brace. Available sizes are S/M and L/XL. Here are some features:
-New MaxiWeave Carbon matrix for increased rigidity and lower weight.
-Lightweight 600g still very ridgid without flex
-New helmet rim striking platform profile.
The larger brother of the original Kitchen Sink, the heavy duty Big Kitchen offers improved, compression-molded protection and accessibility with serious hardware and several separate storage areas. A top-loading main compartment offers rugged, rucksack-style storage, while specialized pockets inside and out organize items including shoes, laptops and eyewear. Blending toughness and versatility suited for
-Frame: GT DLSY XL 20.5
-Forks: Demolition Elite
-Stem: Profile Push 48mm
-Bars: Demolition Rig Bars 9.25
-Grips: ODI Green Soft Longneck & ODI Pink XL Longneck.
-Bar ends: ODI Plastic
-Chain: Volume HalfLink
-Sprocket: Demoltion 28t
-Cranks: Demolition 3pc
-Bottom Bracket set: 34R on Sprocket Side & Demoltion the other
In BMX you can't be safe enough. You never know when you need your protection so the best thing is to wear it all the time because that chain will snap at some point, or the wind will pick up or that scooter kit will run in front of you coming out of nowhere. Leatt's got a new helmet, and not just a normal helmet. This one is ground breaking, and here is why:
360° Turbine Technology
-30% - 50% reduction of impact at concussion level.
-Frame: GT 20.80
-Forks: DECO FuForks
-Headset: Demolitions V2 Integrated
-Stem: Profile Acustics 153mm
-Bars: Shadow Vultus 8,5
-Grips: Mirraco M3
-Bar ends: Stolen Vortex
-Brake lever: Odyssey Small Monolever
-Brake cable: Snafu
-Brake caliper: Shadow Sano
-Brake pads: Fly Bikes Clear Pads
-Rotor: Odyssey GTX-S
-Chain: KMC Kool Chain 710 SL
-Sprocket: Profile Spine Drive Sprocket 28 t
-Cranks: Profile GDH Spline Drive 170mm
-Bottom Bracket set: Profile
-Pedals: Wellgo LU-A52 Platform
-Seatpost: DECO Pivotal with Titanium Bolts
-Seat: DECO Deche Series