2007 is around the corner and you need a calendar on your wall. Instead of using the one that your boss will be giving you or the one you picked up at the bank, get yourself a copy of this Vintage BMX freestyle calendar. Keeping track of important dates on your calendar is easy when you can view 12 months of inspiring images that reflect your personal interests. The high-quality Vintage BMX calendar is printed on thick 100lb cover weight paper and adds BMX history to any room. Each page measures 11" x 17" when hung on the wall. Full bleed dynamic color 100 lb cover weight high gloss paper, wire-o bound January 2007 - December 2007. US holidays marked. Price: $21.95.
It's not that we didn't see it coming and it only makes sense. Transworld has added their name to the title of RIDEBMX magazine. How long before it's called Transworld BMX? The February issue just came out. This is what's on the cover and inside: -On the cover: Three-time NORA Cup Dirt Jumping winner, Corey Bohan keeps it simple and stylish and lands the cover with a sweet one-handed table at Rick Lakin's house in Riverside, California. - Departments - Up Front: Interbike 2006, Dew Tour final results, sponsor changes, a Sunday frame up for grabs and a sprinkle of news. Pro Q & A: Vinnie Sammon Questions on pegs, music NYC and more. Diversions: An interview with Bruce Crisman about the new Facad video, a spotlight on Emerald Nation Zine and two video reviews. Then & Now: Chad Degroot From 12 to 32, Chad takes us through two decades of his life.
England´s finest, Phil Aller, rides for KHE. The German company is pleased to have him on board and wishes him a successful 2007. Right now, he rides a Method2 bike, but he will design his own signature frame for next year. The work has just begun. By the way, Phil appears on a dance mix of Pink Floyd´s “Brick in the Wall”, which you can look at on MTV or at the media section on the KHE website. Also on the team is young ripper Harry Main who's interview you can read on FATBMX by clicking HERE.
Dust off those old school rides and haul them out to the NBL Christmas Classic, December 28. The NBL is serving up the KING OF FLATS race on Thursday with a retro-cool display of the oldies. Hey, if you decide to race one of those ol’ rides, NBL will reward you for your courage whether it’s a Skyway TA, CW Phase One, Mongoose, VDC, or any number of other classic bikes. Yeah, the race is only open to 30 & Over Am’s on 20” bikes and its only $20 to play – heck, some of these guys are the ones who help pioneer the early years so it’s a chance for the purists to relive the glory days.
Frame -Mirraco The Black Pearl 2.8 Fork -odyssey race forks Bars -odyssey Gary Young 7.5 Front Wheel -Profile mini with ti studs with ryno lite Rear Wheel -Profile mini with ti studs with 7ka rim Cranks -profile 175 Stem -Dk Headset -FSA Gyro -Snafu Lever -Dirty harry Grips -Blue ODI Bar Ends -Some plastic ones Top Cable -Dragonfly Seat -Macniel SL Lower Cable -Unknow
Pessac Power Nine here. How do you summarize the Bmx weekend of this 9th edition of the Urban Vibrations in three words? I believe that the "butchery" of Pessac has never well carried its nickname as this year, as the general level of the riders was high this weekend! In an arena of Bellegrave the first thing which strikes is a majestic mini with spine, Braun Cruzer3, which throne under the capital. The configuration of the park is rather sympathetic and the revival of the modules is perfectly assured this year by a tasty mixture of street and park elements without forgetting the Braun mini well positioned.
On the cover: Chase Gouin Event: Flat Ring / Kulte contest / Rebel Jam / X-games XII / KOG #2 / Albi jam / Geneva contest / Backyard jam / Snowscoot indoor event / la source jam Face: Kip Wiliamson / Pierre Tran / Daniel Panafiel Dr oldschool: Redline story Bike: Cory Martinez Flash: Mitchitaro (Jap) Gazette: Sport de Matthias / Portugal MFO / Rue au Grand Palais / Rollin report (Jap) / bmx shop miniview Low Rider / LG contest Made: Global-flat Music: Mix Hell Quete: getho park of Saverne Freestyle: Flatring riders
The trip consited of the new Odessa team that was formed by 4down and featured street tearaways Tom Blyth, Mark Tanner, James Cox, Jim Newrick, Cleggy, Josh Bedford, Dean Hearne, Ride photographer Steve Bancroft, American import Kelly Bolton and myself Bomber.
The plan was to meet at Hastings and to drive to the holy grail of Barcalona and to get footage for an upcoming dvd. So off we set, Dean Hearne took the reigns of the van which was shitting the bed enroute to the ferry. It was figured that the van had some kind of polterguist which lead to some kind of nest being formed in the back of the 17 seater by some of the more religious members of the trip in an emergency exociom kind of way........which is half true (the van just needed the cob webs blowing out and some of the guys took to dosing on top of the bikes and bags for sleep, they did become attatched though to what was fondly called the nest).