2014/9/21 7:20:00 (130 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
2014/9/20 6:50:00 (130 reads)
Such a solid bike for the pricetag that is put on the HARO Midway. If you're a beginner, this bike is too good for you. But maybe you convince your parents to buy this one anyway. Or do some work and contribute. You won't be disappointed.

Features - HARO Midway
-3 tube chromoly frame (top tube, down tube & seat tube) with mid BB shell, integrated head tube, welded seat clamp and a 20.5"
2014/9/19 21:30:00 (128 reads)
Bike tests and product reviews are a regular in BMX Plus! magazine. This month they're checking in on one of them expensive 6D helmets, the FIT Indent 24 two-piece cranks, a Redline Proline 24 and the Cult Chase V2 frame. In the product section the Merrit Trifecta multi tool is featured as well as the etnies Aaron Ross rap CM shoes, A3 snax bars, The Baco box set, FBM's Hard Way frame, ODSY key chain, Snafu's race fork and the Kink Minus 1 sprocket that has a tooth missing. Jeff Upshaw's Kuwahara gets inspected and the Tech Tip double page spread has protection gear from Atlas, Axo, Fly, 6D, EKS, Deft and EVS. Next to that the November issue has 6 pages full of 2015 complete bikes from a.o. DK, Free Agent, Cult, Redline, Sunday, SE, GT, Hoffman and Mongoose. Enough products?

There's more. Dennis McCoy gets an interview. The Nostalgia page is for Eddy Fiola. Plus visited the Dew Tour and went to the race in South Park. Also Ohio Dreams got visited. 84 pages of BMX

2014/9/18 21:20:00 (219 reads)

It's amazing how cheap you can fly if you book early and don't care about saving Airmiles. Ryanair, Easyjet, Germanwings, Transavia, they take you places within a couple of hours. Especially with fall/winter comping up it's a good thing to check on these flights which might just leave from you local airport. But then, you have a problem. You want your bike to go with you. And in are the extra costs of bringing sports equipment on board. Unless you can pack smart and fit your bike in a bag that noone behind the counter will question. You're staying within the bag measurements and should

2014/9/12 16:00:00 (156 reads)
To some Ollie Shields isn't exactly the new kid on the block, but for others he is. Ollie not only gets a full blown interview in the new issue of RIDE BMX magazine over in the UK, he also scored the cover with a well clicked turndown at a spot which shows that riding BMX can be done anywhere. Ramps do not have to be perfect all the time or painted in the colours of the companies that are supporting the indoor place. The cover shot showcases a true UK style if you ask me. Chingford, Mon's ramp, Leigh on Sea, and Southsea come to mind when I see unpainted ramps, and riders killing it.

But the list doesn't end there with the October 2014 issue. Here's what's inside next to the Ollie Shields interview:
-Nass contest report
-Mat Hoffman visits the UK
-Boardmasters event report
2014/9/4 23:50:00 (136 reads)
What you cannot see here is that the new issue of Freedom BMX mag comes with a giant foldout poster of Pete Sawyer boosting a Hill-tuck out in a field with some concrete. It's the extra thing you get with #120. No stickers on the cover this time but your helmet should be full of junk stickers by now so that doesn't matter. 100 pages show that Freedom isn't about to back down. We'll be seeing more of the mag after this September/October book which has the following content:

-UCI Supercross Mellowpark
-Stephan Götz Interview
-Munich Mash BMX Street Rink
-Waldemar Fatkin Interview
-Shadow Conspiracy KIL Shop Battle
-BMX Cologne
-wethepeople Summer Session Chemnitz

2014/8/30 3:00:00 (443 reads)
Name: Tom van den Bogaard
Age: 17
Hometown: Aarle-Rixtel, Netherlands
Hook-ups: VANS, FIT, Paul's Boutique, Braaab, 040BMXPARK

Frame: FIT MOTOMAN 21" Mike Aitken sign           
Fork: FIT SHIV2 10mm dropouts           
Seat: FIT Lo-Bolt Kevlar           
Stem: FIT D.L.R. polished by PB
2014/8/25 4:20:00 (484 reads)
Name: Dez Maarsen
Age: 25
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 (258 reads)
Name: Daniel Peñafiel "Naran"
Age: 25
Hometown: Burgos, Spain
Hookups: Mutantbikes, Arnette, G-SHOCK, Vans, Dickies, tpf

Frame: mutant TIZONA 20,81
Forks: mutant lobo
2014/8/22 19:20:00 (202 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:
-BMX Cologne
-Highway to Hill
2014/8/18 13:10:00 (530 reads)
Name: Matt Cordova
Age: 24
Hometown: Grew up in Longmont, CO. Now living in Wildomar, CA
Hookups: Haro Bikes, Demolition Parts, Index Ink, 100%, The Mainline Coffee Co.

Frame: Haro Lineage
Forks: Demolition Maiden forks
2014/8/16 13:20:00 (224 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
-Springbreak München
-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 (790 reads)
Name: Jason Watts
Age: 21
Hometown: Brisbane
Hookups: Rideon, Haro, Vans, Profile, Primary threads

Frame: Haro SD v2
Forks: Haro lineage
Stem: Haro lineage
Headset: Haro
2014/8/7 6:40:00 (333 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 (246 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.

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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.
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