Killer cover of KP ripping it up over a chain. You try it, you'll crash. It's weird to see the staff page of issue 49. 4130 wesite: Robin Fenlon, Publisher/Director: Mark Noble, Advertising manager: Tim March. If you've followed the publisher change, you knew this was coming but don't you worry, the mag hasn't changed. Colin Winkelmann RIP. Letters, Tight Set-Up and Reader photos are followed by Dig This news (and lots of it). The Flat Earth society concentrates on Lee Musselwhite. Then it's straight into the Videostore. The coverboy (Kevin Porter) gets a full on interview (10 pages) and so does Ricky Feather (10 pages). The wethepeople crew survived a trip to Poland and you can read the full story in issue 0049. Brian Tunney wasted some time transcribing the Bob Scerbo interview. Man, that must suck. Still 10 pages of coverage and 411 on the S&M rider with 4 piece bars. Options049 compares tires, 20 of them. Now go do a skid. The How-To is an over Ice pick and Back on a spine, performed by Edd Allen. If you're looking for cool X-mas gifts, the product page will help you out.
What would a magazine be without a bike presentation of one of the riders out there. This time it's Seth Holton's Metal Dagger that gets inspected like it's an episode of CSI. Simple Bikes goes Scandinavia. Tour report by Nielswheels, the leader of the Simple crew. Repo brings us to the following events: DFTU Battle Royle (Sheffield) and the 2005 Animal jam (NY, USA). Yo yo yo Jan Heinen in da house!. Bio with the German and also a Bio with Noah Lynch from Statesboro, USA. and one with Rich Diggler from the UK. International enough for you? BackChat contacted Ron Wilkerson and he gave some interesting answers. Available at the better bike shops for € 9 Euros.