Not to be missed this one. If you expereinced the HARO Freestyle show at the World's in Cologne, you know how good it was. Here are the details; -Bike It 2010 -Ashland, OR -Saturday, August 14th 10a-7pm Come see one of the greatest Freestyle Teams of all times performing at Bike-It on their original 80’s Bikes, Ramps and Outfit. Come and celebrate the 25th anniversary this summer.
The Days Festivities: Bike-It and Ashland welcomes the World Renowned “HARO FREESTYLE TEAM” for the 80’s Radical Ron Wilkerson, Fly’n Brian Blyther and Dave Gumby Nourie with special guest Mike Dominguez The King of Mic will be Kevin Martin
The father of Freestyle Bob Haro is coming over too.
Last year Steve Swope organized an old school BMX reunion at Woodward West. It was an amazing time. So amazing that people forced him to do another one. And it's coming. Here's Steve's info on the 2nd Old School BMX Reunion.Beware: Invite Only. Dates: Friday, April 2nd - Sunday, April 4th Where: Woodward West, Stallion Springs, CA Who: Riders must be 32+ years of age, attending riders kids*, spouse, girlfriends, lady friends are welcome and exempt from
JT found some old school jerseys that he used and others that he has picked up over the years. The following jerseys will probably bring back some cool memories. Special thanks to John Crews for two of his complete uniforms, Patterson and Bicycles Plus/Free Agent, Marvin Church for his Dirt Master/Rick's Bike shop jersey,
For those of you who love watching Daniel Tosh's Tosh.0 show on Comedy Central you know that he is a HUGE Rad and Cru Jones Fan. Last year Tosh had Cru (Bill Allen) on the show to learn how to jump out of the back of a Pick up Truck. Well this year for the second episode of the season Cru Jones is back and this time he brought his Supercross pro Cruiser and his Factory Jersey with his Rad
Not sure how you roll, but I'm in the same postition as Frans Swinkels who recently dropped off a box full of old T-shirts at Paul's Boutique. He had saved them for the longest time but finally decided to say goodbye to the box. But not before Paul & I could go through the shirts and go back a few years. Ever T-shirt has a story behind it which makes it so hard to throw them away. Enjoy the Swinkels box: