The Mongoose/Hyundai Team proudly announces the athletes of its 2005 BMX Dirt/Vert/Street and Race teams.
â€œThe guys on the Mongoose BMX team will be hard to beat in 2005,â€? said Mongoose director of sports marketing, Travis Chipres. â€œThis is the strongest Mongoose BMX team yet.â€?
Stevie McCann returns to the team as the world’s most exciting dirt and street rider. In 2004 Stevie took silver in Dirt and bronze in Street at the Gravity Games. Look for a whole new bag of tricks from Stevie on his signature model this year.
Simon Tabron returns as one of the top vert riders. Simon’s ready for a stellar year, having secured a silver medal at the X-Games and a 5th place finish at the Gravity Games.
Man, "autograph" was a difficult word for me back in 1983 when I was walking in the pits at the IBMXF World Championships in Slagharen searching for the American Pros with my marker and note block. In between my moto's I was checking the USA pits for riders and managers that did not have signed my book yet. I came up with a respectable list when the race was over. Some legends I never saw again, some I got to know. When Gary Ellis signed it as a Kuwahara rider I never thought at the time that I would be going snowboarding with him one day. When a very young Danny Nelson (Robinson) was
Just when we finished up the "How to take your BMX bike on a plane" article we received this info from Nadia at Eastpak about their new Resistance bag line designed with the help of their team riders. Now this one looks comfortable as it has a handle and wheels so you can roll it. Sweet.
You want the specs? Here they are:
AROUND THE WORLDâ„¢ (K557) 187 liters
Telescopic single pole handle
Large main compartment with inside webbing compression straps and Tarpauline lining
B.A Baracus has given the go ahead to dish out some more info on the 1664 A-Team Frame, due out the end of Spring. Check out the picture and the specs of the new frame, made to fly.
1664 currently have opportunities for distributors to carry the 1664 brand in, USA, Australia and Japan. All interested parties please contact Riley Haws for more information. 1664 products are currently available in, Canada, UK, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and France.
Riley Haws/1664 BMX Ltd.
Travel tips: How to transport your BMX on the plane?
Wherever you go, you want to take your bike. It's hard to drive to the USA from Europe so flying is the only option. With those discount airlines selling ridiculously cheap European flights, it might be an option to take the plane to the next contest. What was only for the big time sponsored riders in the past, might be the thing to do for you too. To give you an example, last year I did book a flight from our local airport (Eindhoven) to London which cost me only 56 Euros and that is including tax. The ticket was actually 2 pounds for the flight to London and 3 pounds for the return.
Now how does it work when you want to bring your bike?
OP Girls Learn To RideJoin us for our upcoming "Girls Learn to Ride" BMX and skateboarding event at The Block at Orange on Sunday, February 27th from 9 AM - Noon.
Registration begins at 8:30 AM and is only $35 per person for three hours of instruction. The girls only event is open to all levels of riding and skating. We will also be offering a special $15 session fee for ladies who would like to ride or skate for the three hour session without instruction.
Snickers Bowl and Snickers Sunday press releases:GET BOWLED OVER BY THE NEXT â€˜NO-HANDED 900’ ON BRITISH SOIL
What do you get if you add thrashing guitars and screaming voices to skateboards and BMXs? Answer: The Download rock festival at Donington (10-12th June 2005).
Take a breather from the sweat-filled moshpit, rocking to headline acts Feeder, Black Sabbath and System of a Down, and let some of the worlds greatest living sports legends including Mat Hoffman and Steve Caballero entertain you with high-speed, high-flying skate and BMX tricks at the only European visit of the all-new SNICKERS BOWL.
In search of...........
Word on the street was that he did not want to have anything to do with BMX any more. Rumour was that he packed his bags and became a biker. After 15 years of wondering where he was, some people thought they'd seen him at the ABA Grands a few months ago. But he looked so different. Was it really him?
We're not going to give up the name just yet but the lady's T-shirt should give you a hint. Photo by Bruce Ritter.
For the first time in BMX history the Freestyle world championships will take place in Prague, Czech Republic.
The date for the event is 1-5 June 2005. Maybe this means you have to skip school or ask your boss for an early summer vacation but make sure you get there.
The [url=www.bmxworlds05.com]official World's website[/url] is still in the works but already has some info listed.
Etnies Team manager John Povah has many skills. He designed a new stem and let the Coalition crew use it. Instead of calling it the suggested "Olson Twins" stem, it will be on the shop shelves under the Povah-stem name.
150 of them are already made. The stem weighs under 11 Oz. and the logo is etched on each side. It comes with headset spacers, a gyro plate and instructions. If you want to know more about the Povah stem, get to www.coaltionbmx.com