Denmark always had an active BMX scene, especially for a small country. However, never before a full-length BMX DVD has been released. A group of BMX enthusiasts from the small city of Aalborg decided to change this released "Stop Thinking". The main man behind the lense, Lasse Christensen, took two years to film his friends and the result speaks for itself. Mange tak!
Some of the world's best street riders and their cameramen descended on Glasgow for just over a week to explore the city, meet the locals and film a 90 second BMX video. The 6 teams managed to deliver the goods and produce some top-class videos, which you can now watch and enjoy on the E-FISE Glasgow website.
The videos will be judged by an expert panel of judges and there's also a special 2,000 euro prize on offer for the Fan Favourite, so get voting now.
The cover of issue 28 shows what we were all about in 1993. In fact, it hasn't changed much. Road trips are the best. We brought you the BMX news in 1993 and we are still doing it now. 7 pages of BON in issue 27 and you were up to date of all the BMX news.
We received Huphter and Rabbit stickers for the free sticker page. Achim Kujawski received an interview and then we're moving on to oiur annual Mission Trails jam.
When noone was putting on a jam at SoCal's best dirt jump spot we took things in our own hands (again) and had a good time.
I missed the 1993 world's in Limoges, France but got some pics from Ralle and printed the results. Your pro champs? Retey, Hoffman and Wilke.
A 6-page Paul Roberts interview follows. He must have said something funny in this. Hope you can read it as the text is small.
The UCI BMX race world's took place 30 minutes from our place. We went there and even organized a KOD on the first straight.
The SD-3 Forks are designed, ridden and trusted by one of the best all-round BMXers of all time, San Diego's very own Dennis Enarson! These forks have been thoroughly put to the test on trails, ramps and in the streets and will hold up to anything you can throw at 'em!