2015/1/31 22:00:00 (72 reads)

2015/1/31 16:20:00 (87 reads)

-Frame: WTP Curse 18" 2015 black
-Forks: WTP Curse 18" with Colony cap gold
-Headset: BSD gold
-Stem: Salt Top load black
-Bars: Haro Alu Mini Race Bars black
-Grips: FIT BF black
-Bar ends: Odi pc black
-Brake lever: Colony short CNC gold
-Brake cable: Salt straight white

2015/1/31 13:00:00 (111 reads)

2015/1/31 12:30:00 (132 reads)

This Sunday the first edition of the Soulcycle F.T.O. will take place at 040BMX park in Eindhoven. BMXers from all of the country (and even some German and Belgium guys) will compete in the first park edition of the  F.T.O. serie. During this first edition you can impress the judges by hitting those giant boxes and vertwalls in the 040BMX park. The second edition will take place at Skateland Rotterdam and for the final edition we are moving to Burnside skatepark, where the crew promised to build

2015/1/31 11:00:00 (100 reads)

2015/1/31 10:10:00 (139 reads)

If you race a whole season you see a lot of tracks. That number plate has seen it all. Mud, sunshine, crashes, your plate was right there. The number on it becomes special. You'll remember that number for the rest of your life. You'll see it back at the supercross, or the bingo, or at the next race when someone runs "your number". The HARO 1B was a very popular plate designed by Bob Haro some thirty years ago. If you ever had one, you probably still have it. If not, this is your chance to own a new one.

2015/1/31 9:10:00 (111 reads)

2015/1/31 8:00:00 (316 reads)

Name: Paul Langlands
Age: 25
Hometown: Cambridge, New Zealand
Sponsors/support: Metal Mulisha, DVS, ONE Industries

Can you explain a little bit about the New Zealand BMX scene?
Paul Langlands: New Zealand has a good fun scene, because NZ is quite a small country, most riders across it know each other so it is always cool and easy to link up with others when travelling

2015/1/31 7:20:00 (98 reads)

2015/1/31 6:10:00 (817 reads)

If you make it to the top in BMX it involves a lot of training and traveling. You hang out with people all over the world and stay at hotels, one even nicer than the other. It's easy to take things for granted. The BMX athletes at the Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista took a weekend off and crossed the border to Mexico to build a house. Say what!?! Indeed. We caught up with Alise Post to see what the experience was like.

When did you get asked to build a house in Mexico?
Alise: We were asked to take part in the #DoMoreThanSport house building project back on on December 1st via Jamie Staff at USA Cycling.

What was your first reaction?

2015/1/31 5:40:00 (104 reads)

2015/1/31 4:20:00 (46387 reads)
Every weekend you can choose between multiple jams, races and contests. It's insane the number of BMX events that are happening. Good to see people get off their ass to put on a good time for the fellow riders. Got something cooking? Send us your flyer and we'll post it up. Or better, submit your event to the FATBMX event calendar. That way it will show up on the only up to date BMX calendar on the web. Be quick, We'll throw your flyer in this flyer post. Keep an eye on the FATBMX event calendar for any updates and changes to events,
2015/1/31 0:50:00 (145 reads)

2015/1/30 23:50:00 (252 reads)

Today we're having a different Pin Up update for you. It's one that will teach you something. It involves some lube and rags to clean up the mess. Focus isn't on the bike, but it goes for a BMX bike too. The more often you do it, the better she will ride. 18+

2015/1/30 23:10:00 (157 reads)

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