to bring to the sport. Our main focus now is to ensure the archives live on and that the public can continue to benefit from the history BMX Plus! has dating back to 1976. Thanks to all the fans, readers, staff, riders, contributors and companies that have supported BMX Plus! all these years. I never dreamed I would be the one sending it off but on such short notice, I am kind of at a loss for what to say. Enough angry emails may be enough to get a digital version of the final issue released, but either way, this will be the last cover. Special thanks to Chris Arriaga for hanging in the final years and former Editor Adam Booth for teaching me all I know.
Good times over the past 4 or so years working at BMX Plus! and a big thanks to everyone that I've rode with, shot photos of and gotten to work with while I was there. No need for sympathy for me, but Its sad that the BMX community is taking another big hit and down one more magazine, leaving only one real BMX magazine in the U.S. for those who still love print.