On the fifth and the sixth day we had the pleasure to visit our dear neighbours in Denmark. Another time we got welcomed by a lot of sunshine and were about to expect a crazy long weekend in the young and attractive BMX- and Hippie city. On the arrival day after the FlensBMX weekend we needed to take the rest of the afternoon pretty easy and Woozy, X, Ty, Bruno, Timur, Markus and Paddy got familiar with potential street spots. But actually Niels Thanhild, the Danish Vans BMX team manager, was our spot guide and about to
$20.000,= Pro purse, One of the world biggest contests will be held in 2010! - Date 2010, Jan 9th - Location Tokyo, Yoyogi Gymnagium - Format Qualify, 2 minutes run, Final, battle format with 16 riders. - Entry fee 15000 yen (1st, 2nd seed and Organizer recommended riders are free) - Qualification
Superstar launches plastic pedals this spring. Distributors already have them in stock while you read this message. 5 translucent colors (black, clear, orange, green, blue) and 2 versions: molded pins or removable steel pins.
Affordable price, good quality. Trendy pedals, yes, for sure...
Name: Anthony Napolitan Age: 23 Hometown: Youngstown, OH Hook-ups/Sponsors: Hoffman Bikes, Amp Energy, Levi's, Maxxis Tires, Poc Helmets, Kicker Audio, DC Shoes, Woodward Camp, Ogio, Profile Racing, System Cycle, Team Blowin it and Lavs Lab Productions
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-Spot to ride: TJ Lavin's backyard -BMX video: American Muscle -Website: Levi.com/bmx -Web video: Daddy vision -Food: mac and cheese -Travel destination: Southwest and northwest -Riders to ride with: Daniel Dhers, Ronnie Napolitan, Andy Buckworth -Car: VW GTI and Jetta
We were lucky getting so much done the previous day that started off being wet. Wednesday had a better forecast but the temperature stopped somewhere around 15 degrees. It was dry though which was the main thing as we wanted to cruise through Paris on our bikes this time. We had planned to meet up with Thomas Revest and Christian Van Hanja at the Trocadero at noon but Guettler's tire had a small leak so we pumped that up and decided to bring the pump just in case.
After two days without ww interweb here are some more nice impressions of the actions we did. On Sunday we cruized arround town and took it easy for a while. Tobias Wicke decided to torcher this rail and as a result he actually was the one getting torchered! Man balls right there! We left Barcelona on Monday towards south France again to ride some trails for a bit and then stayed the night in Montpellier to make it to Dijon to some awesome ditch spot. Crazy what the guys did there - AIRTIME! Now we just arrived north again
On Friday morning team Germany-Switzerland-USA started north towards our beautiful city Bremen to catch some sun on the street spots. Plans worked out pretty good and the day got packed with good street sessions by Timur, Ty, Bruno, Markus and Paddy. After this long day we had another BBQ invitation in mind: Marc Von Varel and the rest of the La Finca/Parano Garage crew expected us in their holy halls close to Bremen. Super! Since we do like BBQs a little and like to integrate them once in a while in tour schedules… lol!