Name: Tom Sustarich Hometown: Macomb Twp., Michigan, USA. Started riding BMX in: I started riding a BMX bike in 1979 on a Mongoose with Tuff Wheels. In 1982, I got a Hutch frameset for Christmas. From 1980 through about 1984, I raced BMX locally in southeast Michigan with my brother, my cousin, and several good friends. We lived in the country, so we were at the mercy of our parents work schedules to get to a BMX track. Although we did not race as much as I would have liked to, my parents were always supportive and encouraging and those were some of the best years of my childhood. We spent our days on our bikes. Jumping in ditches, riding dirt roads. We build a quarter-pipe. We practiced tricks. The weather did not matter. We rode year-round. Snow, rain, heat, etc. It was the first taste of freedom. In the summer of 1984, I sold my race bike and all the parts I
In this video I take you through a gym session with exercises from Oscar at Tri90 Fitness (@tri90fitness). I'd like to give a huge thanks to Erickson Spray Foam (@ericksonsprayfoam) for making this happen.
8am breakfast meeting at Eat Chow with BMX Sales guru Pete Garski. We always try to get together for a coffee, lunch, dinner or a breakfast. Pete used to do International sales for GT Bicycles and then moved on to Haro Bikes where he recently lost his position and is now in the hunt for something new. Whoever scoops him up is lucky. The plan was for our posse to go ride YT mountain bikes in San Clemente on Wednesday but because of the recent rain these kinds of activities are put on hold for a week or so. One of the crew members would be Dutchman Fred van Schie who runs the etnies BMX program. Fred was in the office on Tuesday morning and showed the new BMX/MTB shoes that are about to hit the market including some DIG magazine shoes, T's and hats. Stay tuned for that drop.
Name: Brayden Mcpharlin Age: 23 Hometown: Woodside South Australia, but born in Darwin Hook-ups/Sponsors: I ride for Tempered and T6 Distro Southcoast Cycles
The FAT favorites list:
-Spot to ride: Anything tyres probably shouldn’t go on. Walls/rails -BMX video: Closing time -Website:temperedgoods -Food: Bacon and egg roll with cheese never fails me -Person on Instagram: Zack Gerber -Travel destination: Adelaide -Riders to ride with: The 1836 crew and friends -Car: Hyundai accent
Der Höhenflüge-Contest im und um den The Last Hole Skatepark im schönen Hohenfichte ist eine absolute Pflichtveranstaltung für die ostdeutsche BMX-Szene. Aber auch aus Tschechien und Österreich waren dafür auch im vergangenen Herbst wieder einige Draufgänger extra nach Sachsen gereist. Hier sind die Highlights der 2023er Auflage.
Name: Mark McCorkle Hometown: Beaverton, OR Started riding BMX in: 1978 in Littleton, CO Number of bikes in the collection: 14. 11 vintage/old-school.
Do you remember the moment that you decided to start collecting BMX memorabilia? Mark McCorkle: It was 2008. I still had my original race bike from 1979. I had been hauling around, place to place for nearly 30 years. One day I just sort of realized I didn't feel I'd ever really use it. I figured if I could get $1000 for it, I'd let it go. After digging around on eBay, BMXMuseum and OS-BMX (now BMXSociety) websites, I generally found it was probably a $500-600 bike. So I decided not to part with it.