Name: Aaron Ross Age: 19 Hometown:Corpus Christi,TX., USA.
When you ride, you seem to prefer having fun over being super competitive, is that right? Aaron: HELL YEAH HAHA Bike riding is only about having fun and hanging out with your buddy and seeing things, I love just hanging out and doing nothing all day and riding a spot.
This year the ROOTS-BMX association, OAKLEY and TWENTY are preparing a new jam with a lot of novelty ! with a better organisation who give to all the riders the satisfaction to ride in the best conditions. 24/25 June at Carmaux city (cap découverte direction)
HOTELS: -Première Classe. Zone Albipole. Tel:0892.707.121. fax: 05 63 38 20 74 -Kyriad. Rue de Bourdès. Tel: 0563.472.700. Fax: 0563.472.412 -Campanile. Av Delattre deTassigny. Tel: 0563.471.880. Fax: 0563.381.537
The 010 crew over in Rotterdam, The Netherlands are calling for the After Winter Jam. It's a flatland event that will take place at SkateLand (indoor skatepark at the Piekstraat 45 in Rotterdam) on Saturday 8 April 2006. The place opens at 6pm and the classes to enter are: Expert and Master. The afterparty starts at 8pm and Renato will show the FLATtv 7 DVD for the first time so get yourselves ready for that.
More info on: www.010flat.tk
010flat has its roots in Rotterdam, NL. We set it up to promote and ride together in Rotterdam. In a year the site has grown and is visited by all the dutch riders! Now our goals are changed: we post news, photos, links, events, everything we think is interesting for all flatlanders in the NL! Also we organised the No License Jam in Rotterdam and many more jams will follow!
Felt Bikes is looking for a Creative Production Graphic Designer to aid in the development of bicycle graphics, catalog production, and magazine ad production. Creative design skills a must. Any photography and bicycle experience is also a plus. Must be energetic, enthusiastic, organized, and be able to work independently while meeting deadlines. Must be willing to work evenings and weekends as needed. Must be proficient and have atleast three years experience with the following programs: Illustrator/Photoshop/In Design/Quark/Acrobat/PowerPoint. Office located in South Orange County, CA.
Benefits include 401K, Medical, Dental, and Holidays. Salary based on experience and design capabilities. Interested parties can provide resume and cover letter to:
Our new FLATtv website is online! We've got regular news updates, contest reports, team videos and last but not least: an online shop with worldwide free shipping! Check it out reguarly for all the latest news on FLATtv products and Team FLATtv adventures and all kinds of flatland news! Enjoy!
The ABA held round #4 of the 2006 Pro season this past weekend at the Trac Arena in Pasco, WA. A short and simple track made for some super horse power type racing from the Pros, with some of the fastest lap times in ABA National history. With just over 200 moto's the weather outside was just a bit nippy over the weekend, but the enclosed arena made for some perfect racing conditions. 13 AA Pros made the trip to Pasco, for a light Pro turnout, but the riders who were there were some of today's fastest riders. Randy Stumpfhauser was the lone Double A Marketing rider in attendance, but he sure had a stand out weekend. Here is how Randy finished up.
Randy was coming off a strong result from the last ABA National, where he placed 1st and 2nd in AA Pro. Randy had missed the first two rounds of the ABA Pro series, due to a hand injury, but to watch him race in Pasco, you would never know he missed a beat of his training or riding. On Saturday, Stumpy was one of the standout pros in attendance, and once the main events started, he really shined. After a close race with Donny Robinson all day, Stumpy edged him out for the overall win, Randy's 2nd ABA AA win of the season.
It's an obvious concern to us bikers that city parks are going up all over America and not allowing bikes to participate. Like I said in my article "Bikers vs the Government" this is definitely verging on a civil rights issue. Battling the problem from this perspective is asking for a legal court mess I don't think is necessary. The best angle is to offer all the reasons why it's nonsense, and do what we can to help educate as many people as possible. Biking, skating and inlining compete on the same ramps and courses at all the biggest professional contests in the world so it makes sense that we should all be able to session the same parks together. Right now that's not the fact.
It's 21:15pm right now on Saturday 18 March 2006. The People's Store in Cologne was opened today. We drove over to Koelle to check it out and were impressed. The store is very stylish and well thought out. It's got a little showroom on the left in a separate building but the main shop is where the action is. Janosh's BMX shop and wethepeople teamed up to form the People's store. Janosh will be running the BMX shop that was designed and planned out by Harry Schmidt and Klaus Dyba of wethepeople.
Next to a full range of wethepeople equipment and FUSE protection gear, the shop carries BMX specific shoes from Orchid, etnies and Lotek and bikes from Hoffman as well as hard to find special stuff like adidas' Y3 bike and the retro Mongoose.
Name: Diogo Canina Age: 22 Hometown: Amparo, Brazil
What was it like growing up where you're from? Diogo: That was awesome I wouldn`t trade it for anywhere else even knowing it wasn’t the best place to be riding, and the bike scene in Brazil is getting better but not even close to the scene in other countries, but I wouldn’t ever trade my friends or how I grew up for anything, it’s made me who I am.
What got you into BMX? Diogo: The first gift that I really remember was a bike!! I was 6 years old. I didn’t know what bmx was, but I already really enjoyed riding and jumping little curbs, but I didn’t find out about bmx until I was about 15.