Alistair Whitton on the cover.
-SOMETHING FISHY: Fried fish in the Iraqi desert
-ON THE SPOT: Tony Malouf gets loose
-ON THE MOVE: Step up and get slapped
-PRO-SPECTIVE: Born to ride
-INSIDE THE PROS BIKES: Colton Satterfields Bulldog.
-TECH TIP: Tool kit to go
-NOSTALGIA: And what might your name be, pretty lady?
-PROPS MEGA TOUR: Tailing Profile through Chicago
-FLY PAPER: Toro, El Toro
-2010 DIRT/FREESTYLE BUYERS GUIDE: Over 300 ways to make your day
-PRODUCT PROBE: Helmet camslife as you see it
-SHOWCASE FUNNIES: More slapstick stupidness
-MIRRACO NO.7: Made to spend as little time on the ground as possible
-WE THE PEOPLE TRUST: A bike you can really believe in
-UCI SUPERCROSS: Go big or get out of Chula Vista
-NBL GRAND NATIONALS: Maris and Stumpy do battle
-AST DEW TOUR: Familiar faces lead into the final stop
100 pages thick.
Ryan Guettler on the cover with a superman indian whip.
SOMETHING FISHY: The real factor
ON THE SPOT: Paul Ryan
ON THE MOVE: Turndowns with Nate Berkheimer
PRO-SPECTIVE: Something about the off season
INSIDE THE PROS BIKES: Steven Cisars Haro
TECH TIP: Unsealed BB tune up
RESTORATION NATION: Make reproduction team lids at home
2010 RACE BIKE BUYERS GUIDE: Faster then a speeding buyers guide
INSIDE THE PROS BIKES: Chad Degroots Deco
MOVING PICTURES: Back with a vengeance
PRODUCT PROBE: Signature kicks
SHOWCASE FUNNIES: Were not laughing
S&M RAIL JAM: BMX takes center stage at Interbike
AST DEW TOUR FINAL: Who are your new titleholders?
ABA GOLDEN STATE NATS: The points are ticking away
DIAMONDBACK REACTOR PRO: Their best race bike yet
GIANT METHOD OO: An all-around bike you have to ride
SE RIPPER TEAM: When classic and modern collide
|march 2010 (1)
ON THE COVER: Drew Bezanson gets a kick out of BMX. Can-can on Utah soil. Photo by Shad "The Dad" Hopkins.
SOMETHING FISHY: Little fish in a big pond
ON THE SPOT: What motivates Colin Mackay.
ON THE MOVE: Nice trick, Darth!
INSIDE THE PROS BIKES: Mark Webbs Total BMX
HEADS UP: Heath loves big hips
PRO-SPECTIVE: The fire under the vert ramp
TECH TIP: Simple fixes to common problems
FLYPAPER: Chad Kerley lets em fly
ON THE MOVE: Icepicks made easy.
NEW PRODUCT REVOLUTION: Where is your bike headed?
RIDERS OF THE YEAR: Did your favorite riders win?
NOSTALGIA: Thunder Danny Nelson
RESTORATION NATION: Mat Hoffmans T/A restoration
MOVING PICTURES: Flipwhips are tougher than they look
PRODUCT PROBE: Alienation and Colony go under the gun
SHOWCASE FUNNIES: For our amusement only
BUDGET BIKE SHOOTOUT: DK, Free Agent and Redline get cheap.
BIKETOBERFEST: A season late, but worth the wait
ABA GRAND NATIONALS: Stumpy sticks it to the man.
|april 2010 (1)
Skyler Ellingson ice's a hot set-up you wont find anywhere else on the cover. Photo by Jeremy Pavia.
The stories behind some of the biggest pro nicknames in BMX.
KING of the ANIMAL HOUSE COMP!
Death of the 24.
Pro Bike checks (Kyle Bennett and Boy)
ON THE SPOT with Andrew Jackson.
BRAND NEW PRODUCT REVIEWS.
|may 2010 (1)
Travis Collier puts his own style into whatever he does whether it's his riding or graphic design. Narrow alley plastic man while on a recent filming trip on the cover. Photo by Jeremy Pavia.
I love my bicycle- Steve Crandall's first exclusive column entry.
On the Spot with LA's E-Man.
Trail Rider's Buyer's Guide.
Full-length Faces interview with Kevin Kiraly.
Inside the pros bikes with Koji Kraft.
Premium and Fit signature bike tests.
|june 2010 (1)
ON THE COVER
Daniel Sandoval does his version of a 360 while ramping it up at Brian Blythers birthday party. Photo by Ben Crockett.
I LOVE MY BICYCLE: Exclusive photo from Crandall
ON THE SPOT: Dan Sieg gets it done
ON THE MOVE: Learn a new flat combo today
INSIDE THE PROS BIKES: Olympic hopeful Brooke Crains Clayborn
TECH TIP: Learn how to install an integrated headset
PRO-SPECTIVE: Three must-haves for todays top travelers
FROM THE CLOSET: John Lee dusts off a classic
ON THE MOVE: Tech coping trickery
BUNNYHOP PHOTO FEATURE: A tribute to a classic
INSIDE THE PROS BIKES: Sergio Layos and his Fly ride.
ROOTED OUT WEST: Tree team antics
READERSHIP?SURVEY: Fight with your words
NOSTALGIA: Bob Morales and the AFA.
MOVING PICTURES: Make room on the walls for three new ones
PRODUCT PROBE: Plastic pegs and four-piece bars tested
SHOWCASE FUNNIES: Thats funny, right? Right?
VERDE RADIA: Chromed out for 2010
CRUISER SHOOTOUT: How much do you need to invest?
ABA GATOR NATS: Battle in the Sunshine State
|july 2010 (1)
Miles Rogoish up a huge wedge to pole jam hanger 16ft from flat first try on the cover. Photo by Jeremy Pavia. Jeremy Pavia, www.thecomeupbmx.net, may 2010: If you dont know, Drew York is a beast. When he wants to do something you better be ready for it because he wont call it out without handling it. This pole jam set up is in Vegas and as soon as Drew saw it he started eying up the hangover tooth to drop. What you cant see is the bank on the other side leading up to the pole. We set up for it, and after a few run ups Drew said the next one is it and the photo is of that very try. This isnt the type of trick that you do more than once so needless to say the pressure was on. Everything ended up working out and no joke it was one of the smoothest/biggest hangovers I have ever seen (wait for the footage) and the fact that he did it straight out of the car with no warm up is pretty gnarly to me.
Video review: Props issue 75 and Deluxe BMX "Welcome to Deluxe".
Check out bikes from Hoffman, Stolen and Supercross...
ARF Benefit Trail Jam
ABA Winter Nats
Extreme Thing in Vegas
On The Spot with DGAF Dan
Full-length Dylan Stark intervew
Voting for the Ultimate Street Bike
On the move, tech tip and all the things you have come to know and love!
Oh yeah, and more!
|august 2010 (1)
ON THE COVER: Cory Nasty Nastazio stretches a no-footed can can for all its worth at a dirt comp hosted by his good friend, Stephen Murray. Look out for the full article on that contest in the next issue. Photo: Jeremy Pavia.
OLD SCHOOL REUNION: More memories then even Woodward can handle
JOMOPRO: Drew Bezanson cant be stopped
BMX RACING TAKES OVER TEXAS: The Super Nats and U.S. Championships join forces
VIDEO REVIEW: Animal "Cuts".
I LOVE MY BIKE: The shirts that started it all
ON THE SPOT: Josh Betley, another year down
PRO-SPECTIVE: Improving every day
ON THE MOVE: Getting round to 360s
T-SHIRT BUYERS GUIDE: Because anything less would be a tank top
TECH TIP: Installing micro-drivers
HOW TO GET SPONSORED: Top brands tell you what they are looking for
INSIDE THE PROS BIKES: Dane Beardsleys DK
RESTORATION NATION: Wilkersons Gray Ghost, Round 1
NOSTALGIA: Mike King takes us for another spin
MOVING PICTURES: Enjoy them, and then eat the evidence
PRODUCT PROBE: Fly and Jagwire, under the gun
SHOWCASE FUNNIES: At least we are laughing
SUNDAY FUNDAY PRO: Talk about more bang for your buck
HARO FORUM PRO LITE: A style convertible for the do-it-all rider
FBM STEADFAST: The trail frame riders have been begging for
|Volume 33, No. 9 - september 2010 (1)
ON THE COVER: Dan Norvell is a never-ending ball of energy and new tricks. Flair nac in the dirt.
TRAILS IS SHOUTIN: Everyone loves playing in the dirt
PINK MOTEL POOL JAM: One part empty pool, one part awesome
ABA SPRING NATS: Bennett and Long battle for the points
I LOVE MY BIKE: Trippin with Crandall
ON THE SPOT
Lil Tammy hits the Midwest
How the pros learn tricks
ON THE MOVE
Adam Banton slides in for this one
INSIDE THE PROS BIKES
Check out Vince Kroffs new Solid
Find the nearest track and get on the gate
Insider tips to improve your bunnyhop
Ron Wilkersons Schwinn restored
BUILDING BETTER MINI WHEELS
Get the facts today
INSIDE THE PROS BIKES
Check out Ricky Moseleys custom bike
Toby Henderson on SE 1984
You need them, we got them!
Two new products thrash tested
You laugh, we laugh, its all good
WE THE PEOPLE VERSUS
Could this be your new bike?
GIANT METHOD 01
Find out if they hit the mark on this one
|Volume 33, No. 10 - october 2010 (1)
ON THE COVER: Daniel Dhers sends a seat grab indian air on a quarter while spending some time at the best camp on earth. Photo: Jeremy Pavia.
WARRIORS OF WOOD II: Ryan Nyquists box jump bash
RED BULL STOMPING GROUND: A soggy scene at the Stomping Ground
ABA SUMMER NATIONALS: Roseville gets rocked
SPEED M533: Exclusive first look at what may be the fastest bike ever
S&M CUSTOM FRAME: From the drawing board to the trails
I LOVE MY BIKE: Crandall goes Gypsy
ON THE SPOT: Standards Phlandus Alexander
PRO-SPECTIVE: Best places youve been?
ON THE MOVE: Half-cab hops made easy
TECH TIP: Faster with the turn of a wrench
HARO INSIDER: Back in the hands of the riders
TRACK DIRECTORY: Find the NBL track nearest you!
WOODWARD PHOTO FEATURE: See what we came home from camp with
INSIDE THE PROS BIKES: Supercross Elite women special
2011 SNEAK PEEK: Sample the newest, hottest rides on the market
NOSTALGIA: Super shoot-outs
MOVING PICTURES: A moment in time
PRODUCT PROBE: Mission and Aerial7 dissected
SHOWCASE FUNNIES: You laugh, we laugh, its all good
|Volume 33, No. 11 - november 2010 (1)
ON THE COVER: Brett Banasiewicz and Drew Bezanson: simultaneous fakie wallrides. Photo: Jeremy Pavia.
X GAMES 16: Where all the bangers come home to roost
ABA GREAT SALT LAKE NATS: Doubling up, who dominated the GSLs
REDLINE FLIGHT PRO XL: Is this the best RL ever?
MONGOOSE LEGION: Not what we were expecting, either
I LOVE MY BIKE: Youre not the only one, bub
ON THE SPOT: Ryan Biz Jordan, in 10 seconds or less
PRO-SPECTIVE: Welcome to the zone
ON THE MOVE: Manual to barspin pointers from Chad Kerley
FACES: The Mike Spinner-view
TECH TIP: Treads and tire pressurewhat should you ride
ULTIMATE STREET BIKE: The sickest Ultimate Bike yetand it may be yours
TREE ROAD TRIPPIN: Rains, drains and soggy socks
INSIDE THE PROS BIKES: Alistair Whittons MacNeil
RESTORATION NATION: Eddie Fiolas custom GT
MOVING PICTURES: Fauxtographs
PRODUCT PROBE: PC beatdown; Fly and Premium
NOSTALGIA: The Kastan Strut, in Linns words
Bart de Jong, www.fatbmx.com, october 2010: It just turned October but we've got our hands on the November issue of BMX Plus! magazine already. We actually picked up a copy last week at the Interbike show where they had a booth set up. It's always good to get some reading material for the long travel home. The November issue came with a sweet cover. Things look normal with Maddog doing a fakie wallride but when you open it up it's got Nora Cup Ramp Rider of the year Drew Bezanson on the other side doing exactly the same. Good timing guys! Mike Spinner's got an interview that starts on page 36. When we asked Mike how his knee was, he said he just hurt it in SLC and is fine for the next comp, the finals, in Vegas. The new issue has a bunch of 2011 bikes inside, which we also saw at Interbike. Yes, we saw more than the Taiwan shit we posted online earlier this week. A few of the X Games 16 athletes were missing in Vegas during Interbike but there were still plenty around. BMX Plus! has the full coverage of the event for you. The Tree crew went on a road trip. Not to Vegas, but they visited plenty of riding spots and slept under the van down South, Tree style. What does the Ultimate Street bike look like if you don't have to look on the price tag of the parts? Page 58-59 shows an S&M ATF for $ 1,749.75 and Jacob Marshall is the lucky winner. BMX Plus! went to the SLC Nationals and came back with a full race report. Mongoose's Legion got tested as well as Redline's Flight Pro XL. Eddie Fiola's GT performer got restored, there's plenty of moving pictures for your wall, plastic products to check out and a story about the Kastan Strut. Don't forget about the BMX Plus! regulars too and you've got a packed issue once again. 100 pages of BMX in total. Costs: $ 4.99.
|Volume 33, No. 12 - december 2010 (1)
ON THE COVER: