Late last year we were involved with a really great project that raised funds for kids with cancer (CHOC).
When I was a kid, it was my Dad who taught me how to ride a bike. It was a red Raleigh Burner with a back pedal brake and a number board.
BMX is very much a ‘DIY’ activity. In this post I will try to shine a bit of light on some of the tech issues or maintenance problems we experience as riders. Let’s count ’em down…
Web videos are a huge tool for companies and riders alike. Not to long ago it was all about magazine, VHS or DVD coverage. Riders would mail their Sponsor Me tapes to various companies and probably never hear back or even know if it ever got watched.
Whether you race, ride park or just roll around the streets, it has definitely crossed your mind at one time or another…
Building a custom bike is a big deal. It takes time, research, money, advice and once you are ready to dive in; you want to be sure that the bike you are building is going to be ‘it’ for a good long time.