We've been running into X-mas messages and have yet to create a "Happy Holidays" care of our own. But in the meantime we'll post up the ones we've received and came across. Ours probably won't be as fancy as some, but it's the idea that counts. We made it through 2022 and are glas we could get back to normal life after covid. With some restrictions left and right it was a year full of BMX events back on the calendar and we used every single opportunity to get to them. We covered races from all over the world. We pumped around a bit in circles and had fun at the BMX Freestyle competitions that were back once again. Jams, check. Parties, check. Sessions, check.
We've got 35 years of covering BMX behind us now and are the longest running BMX media around that covers all aspects of BMX. Proud of it? In fact, yes a little. As many have found out, it's not easy to keep things rolling on the daily for that long. 2023 is upon us and we'll keep going, regardless if the money is there. Regardless if BMX business is booming or not (it isn't right now).
We've gone through these times before and we never gave up.
Count on FATBMX to inform you where the events are (there are plenty), who the companies decide to support (the list is changing daily), what the weekend's BMX results are and we will post the latest BMX videos on the site so you don't have to shop around. We did 100 BMX collector interviews for the Oldskool section this year. We give the up and coming riders some shine in the FATBMX Kids section. If you haven't had an empty FAT FAVs list in your mailbox, hit us up, we can add you to the site.
I'd like to use this opportunity to thank all our sponsors and contributors to FATBMX, without you this wouldn't be possible. And webmaster Jos is the king.