-Pro Q&A: Charlie Crumlish
“I’d like to see more creators get super weird and avant-garde instead of being formulaic, careful and boring…” Charlie drops knowledge, opinions, and more in his Pro Q&A.
-Products: Some of the latest goods from some of the greatest brands in BMX.
-Softgoods: Attire to wear when busting moves on a BMX bicycle, as well as some more suited for taking your girl on a date, and in some cases, both.
-Focus: From The Mind Of Sean Burns
The only thing better than these photos are the hilarious captions that our guest caption writer Sean Burns came up with.
-Spotlight: Jadin Covert
The old adage “tricks are for kids and style is forever” does’t apply to Jadin, because this 16 year-old is a style cat in a litter of trick ferrets.
-Final Frame: Dave Mirra reminds us all that the path to progression is uphill and prone to many falls, but you gotta get back up and try again if you want to reach your goals.
– Features –
-Building Thee Scene: Thee Block’s Tony Neyer and Aaron Brenner tell the back story on how their Hollywood, California, BMX culture shop came to be, and how it’s helping grow the scene.
-The Ramp II: Trey Jones and Colt Fake
This dynamic duo tag teamed the shit out of the ramp with a no-holds barred barrage of tricks and wild ideas.
-For Mirra: With 214 issues of this magazine, no one graced the pages more than Dave Mirra. And we wanted to celebrate Dave’s long standing history with the magazine and share some of the incredible photos he’s had in the issues over the years with words from a few of Ride’s former editors who shot with him the most.
-Éclat Salvation: What would Éclat’s Alex Kennedy, Devon Smillie, Bruno Hoffman, and Dillon Lloyd being today if they weren’t saved by BMX…
-A Conscious Switch: Nathan Williams
While riding switch (or opposite) is slowly becoming a fundamental part of riding these days. Nathan Williams has been steadily taking his deep bag of switch tricks to the next level with massive and unforgiving setups.