Title of the book: The Power of Belief Author: Sarah Juggins / Bethany Shriever Date published: 12th September 2022 Pages: 272
When were you approached to do a book? Bethany Shriever: Start of the year!
How long was the thinking process before you decided to get to work on the book? Bethany Shriever: Not that long really, it’s not often you get offered the opportunity to write your own book about your journey in sport (so far).
Did you have things lined up and organized as far as photos were concerned? Bethany Shriever: We went through old photos my dad had kept on his computer from when I first started. The rest was fairly easy as there are some amazing photographers out there who get some great shots, like ProperCycling magazine and Navada BMX Photography.
-Spot to ride: has to be Asylum Skatepark / Junction 4 skatepark / Corby skate park -BMX video: Always love watching the Webbie show (all) -Website: YouTube -Web video: Prison documentaries -Food: Do love a steak -Person on Instagram: Got to love watching Kieran Reilly -Travel destination: Woodward -Riders to ride with: Kaine Mitchell / Dean Tecno gym / Josh Cox and many more. -Car: RV camper van
-Spot to ride: Has to be Adrenaline Alley, always ridden there since I was young so holds a special place to me! -BMX video: Harrymania inspired me as a kid, definitely has to be my favourite. -Website: YouTube -Web video: Fernando Alonso taking his R25 for a spin in 2020, goosebumps every time! -Food: Has to be a burger! -Person on Instagram: David Goggins, he always pushes me to train harder
-Riders to ride with: Ash Finlay and the Delta crew are a great laugh to ride with, but have too many favourites it’s hard to say! -Car: Mercedes’ GTR AMG all the way -Movie: Barnyard, absolutely hilarious!
Author: Antony Frascina, Clint Pilkington, Andrew Rigby
Date published: February 2022
Copies printed: First Print – 1600 (sold out). Re-printed August 2022.
How long was the thinking process before you decided to get to work on the book? We Were Rad: It was a pretty fluid process. We originally made an Old School style ‘Zine’ where we interviewed BMX Royalty such as Bob Haro and Andy Ruffell. This gave us the confidence and the bug to be creative. At the time social media was blossoming and every day new unseen images were appearing. These were the untold story of the kids on the streets, like us. We immediately all felt that these images and stories needed to be collected and told. We Were Rad was born!
Did you have things lined up and organized as far as photos were concerned or did you have to
-Spot to ride: Probably my local skatepark in Alytus -BMX video: Simone Barraco-welcome to Shadow pro, Deadline, and all Felix Prangenberg edits -Website: stillbmx.lt/fatbmx.com -Web video: W.T.P “out of line”
-Person on Instagram: Me, haha -Travel destination: Like the most riders, I would say Barcelona! -Riders to ride with: With all my friends of course, especially with @grigas_do and @ignas_gav. -Car: Don’t have one, but not an Audi (shoutout to my friend Lukas haha) -Movie: Distancija, It’s a Lithuanian BMX documentary, check it out! -Colour: Black
Name: Arturs VIRDZINIEKS Age: Born in 2004 Hometown: Liepaja, Latvia Hook-ups/Sponsors: RAVE BMX, LOC, Liepāja.
The FAT favorite list:
-Spot to ride: Anything and everything as long as I have friends to ride with -BMX video: Harry Main 2012 Nike edit -Website: fatbmx.com -Food: Top 3- oatmeal, hard boiled eggs (6,3 grams of protein), Hawaiian pizza -Person on Instagram: Love yourself @arturs_virdzinieks -Travel destination: Every country with spots to ride -Riders to ride with: @ernestszeboldsbmx, @valterklepisbmx, @ainarsliparts, @zuuurka, @marcisdzerve, @xpetrovs, @kalvisbmx, @daviskrauzebmx. -Car: For now, the one I want most is a turbo e36 coupe in a dark colour with style 24 rims.
Get the inside scoop from a certified BMX legend! Monster Energy is proud to welcome BMX racer Connor Fields from Las Vegas, Nevada, on Episode 40 of the sports and pop culture podcast UNLEASHED with The Dingo and Danny. Recorded inside Monster Energy headquarters in Corona, California, this 55-minute episode tells the moving story of the 29-year-old BMX icon who made history as the first American to win an Olympic BMX gold medal. Fields built a milestone-heavy career including several national championships before suffering a traumatic brain injury at the Tokyo Olympics and retiring from professional racing in the aftermath.
In his first official interview since announcing his retirement, Monster Energy’s Fields said on