What the hell, Eddie Fiola makes the cover of the summer issue of Cream with a picture from 1984, taken by James Cassimus at Upland. That photo tells a 1000 stories and later on in the magazine you can read the full on interview with Eddie himself. Cream is 50% in French and 50% in English so the non-French readers need no worry. The Cream posse obviously went to the USA but the French scene was not forgotten. Where Mike Ardelean sports the Edito page, Stephane Renaud gets the Contents page. News, who's that Frog fucking Duval in the ass? Hiroya Morizaki gets interviewed for all the flatland riders out there. Lille gets visited. Braun Ninja Spin gets reviewed before going into the Super**** UK tour (French only). Pessac de Nantes follows and then it's a report about the 2005 IBMXFF World's in Prague. Calvin Tan is a flatland rider from Signapore. Learn more about him on page 62-63. Sean Lai, same thing. Page 64-65 for him and a Ground Force 0.2 report on page 66. Back to the homeland (France this time).
Kevin Landerechte's interview starts on page 68 before moving into the Gazette, Le Journal du BMX Rider. After a few pages it's back to Cream with the 100 contests event followed by the [url=//fatbmx.com/modules/news/article.php?storyid=531]Subdivision Trade Show[/url] and the Woozy jam. Clermont Ferrand, where the hell is that? Chad Johnston, yeah, I've heard of him before.....gets interviewed. Vans King Of Paca contest review. Raw-T Fast and Furious. King of Ground (lots of flatland in this issue) round one, pics from Aussie Chris Polack, a cool "Souvenirs de Paris" section follows and then it's straight into the Austrian King of Dirt. If you thought I'd forgot about the Eddie Fiola interview, don't be fooled. It's right here and starts at page 120. A must read to the sound of Axel F. Next: Destroy Jam II and then the issue slowly ends. So much stuff in Cream.