2016/2/5 2:00:00 (2376 reads)

Cheesy Hundertmark from Germany gets the cover of FAT-'zine issue 30. Also on the cover in small video grab pics is Ian Morris doing a humonguous rail in our hometown back in 1994. It was a good year. Ice Money popped up in Cologne and later in Munich, Germany and England. Even in the Lageja ad! The Editorial is still accurate. I do have a car now though. Free stickers this time from KDL, BigBoy, Busy P and GT. Huge new section. I hope to see some of these guys in Vegas next week at the Nora Cup. At the Trierer Cup we almost got blown away by Hurrican Ike. The tent took off but the Chevy stayed on the floor. Paul Osicka got an interview that starts on page 22. AK Helmond race report. Freestyle World's in Cologne. The real world's, none of that LG fake World Championships stuff. VANS Cup in Amsterdam. Dam right! Wateringen trails report by Petrik de Heus. Bartman comic by Deamer. Magazine interviews with Marco Massei, and Freedom BMX. The 1994 FAT-JAM was one of the best ones. Read the report on pages 49-54.
2016/2/5 1:50:00 (1167 reads)
2016/2/5 1:40:00 (32365 reads)

What can be said about Dave Mirra that hasn't been said before? Not much. The dude loves to ride his bike and he puts a new one together whenever he feels like it. For the latest spec on his bike you should read on for his bike check. Yup, he's off to Metro too.

How many Metro Jams have you visited prior to the Singapore one?
I’ve been to one in Toronto.

What are you expecting of the trip?
Dave Mirra:
Good fun, great contest, amazing riding.

2016/2/5 1:30:00 (25 reads)

2016/2/5 1:20:00 (7749 reads)

BMX rider Dave Mirra, one of the most successful X Games athletes ever, has made a successful rally racing debut at The Rally Of The Tall Pines, the final round of the 2007 Canadian Rally Championship, finishing 22nd Overall. Mirra attacked the treacherously icy Canadian roads behind the wheel of a Monster Energy Subaru Impreza rally car prepared by top North American team Vermont SportsCar. 

2016/2/5 1:10:00 (21 reads)

2016/2/5 1:00:00 (2908 reads)

Sportslifestyle brand PUMA® is entering the rally circuit with the official sponsorship of Global Rallycross Championship and the Subaru PUMA Rallycross Team. The six-round 2012 Global Rallycross Championships kicks off May 26th in Charlotte, and will hold races in speedways across the US this summer. This made-in-the USA variation on the established European sport of rallycross pits small production-based cars against each other for door-to-door racing featuring dirt, asphalt, and a 70′ gap jump. The Global Rallycross Championship combines the best aspects of circuit racing, off-road racing and rally competition to deliver intense action in a variety of fan-friendly environments. As a sponsor, PUMA becomes the official supplier of team and racewear and the exclusive licensing partner to the team for footwear and apparel.

The Subaru PUMA Rallycross Team is the factory-backed rally

2016/2/5 0:50:00 (14 reads)

2016/2/5 0:40:00 (2363 reads)

The AST Dew Tour today announced Dave Mirra as the winner of the PlayStation(r) Pro Moment Award from Orlando's PlayStation(r) Pro. Voting began on Monday, October 20, the day after competitions ended. Fans selected Mirra for his impressive no-handed 360 backflip, a trick he calls the air traffic controller.

"I'm so stoked to have won the final PlayStation Pro Moment for the '08 season,"
Mirra said. "It's been a great Dew Tour season and it's an honor to round out the year with the award."

Mirra faced stiff competition for the PlayStation(r) Pro Moment Award. Other Pro Moment nominees included:

* Ryan Nyquist (BMX Dirt), displayed his mastery of the technical barspin 720 when he pulled off the trick during the BMX dirt finals.
* Simon Tabron (BMX Vert), landed three complete revolutions to pull off a 900 on the vert ramp at the Orlando event. 

2016/2/5 0:30:00 (1555 reads)

2016/2/5 0:20:00 (52471 reads)

The Mirraco Bike Company is going to have some poker games going on at their booth in Las Vegas. Do you feel like playing poker with Dave Mirra or Ryan Guettler? This is your chance.

Interbike booth number:

Have you decided to be part of the BMX zone this year and why (why not)? Yes, because freestyle BMX bikes are the only kind of bikes we produce.

What new products are you bringing to Las Vegas that people need to check out?

2016/2/5 0:10:00 (18 reads)

2016/2/5 0:00:00 (6005 reads)

When I entered the Home Depot Center (HDC) I did not believe what I saw. I felt like I had shrunk to the size of Minimi or something else that is really small. The Big Air set up was unbelievably huge. I had seen photos and videos of it but that doesn't do it justice. The roll-in was massive and lead to two 70 feet gaps (21 meters) with a 50 feet (15 meters) gap in the middle. The take offs were the size of freestyle motocross jumps and the landing was even bigger than the trucks these FMX-guys are usually using. The quarterpipe that followed

2016/2/5 0:00:00 (13955 reads)

Frame - Mirra.co Blend 4lbs. 10oz.
Fork - Mirra.co 2lbs. 2oz.
Bars - Berrenger lt.
Stem - FBM crown royal
Cranks - profile 170mm- ti spindle- ti hardware
Sprocket - FBM 30t
Pedals - Snafu mag.
Brake - Fly
Brake lever - Odyssey trigger
Tires - Maxxis - Mirracle
Seat - Snafu
Seat clamp - Snafu
Seat post - Thompson
Cables - Oryg
Grips - Federal
Pegs - 2 ti 

2016/2/4 23:50:00 (112 reads)

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