|issue 14 - january february 2001|
Paul Buchanan on the cover.
Why do you ride issue.
Low profile: Chase Hawk.
|issue 15 - march april 2001|
Cover: Butcher tailwhip on a B-town hip & a kangaroo.
Road Fools 7.
Joe Kowalski Butcher interview.
Edwin Delarosa first coverage.
|issue 16 - may june 2001|
Jeremy Verhulst full pipe carve on the cover.
Ruben Alcantara interview.
La Revolution comp.
Clicked road trip.
|issue 17 - july august 2001 (2)|
Martin Allemey Bike 2001 nose bonk sequence on the cover.
Edito by Joe Rich.
Flat Earth Society with a double page spread photo of David Artzone: the videomakers of Paved Paradise (Shane Neville), E-Clips (Chase Gouin), Infinite Pieces (Chad Johnston).
Videostore: Ride Turbulence, Square One Up in Arms, Blueprint, Baco 9.
Fragments: Chris Hallman
Animal road trip,
Team Sano road trip,
Primo/Etnies La Revolution, Binghampton, NY.
Red Bull King of Street
IFL flatland comp, Maplewood, NJ.
Low profiles: Audrey James and Darren Berrecloth.
Backchat with Scott Maylon.
|issue 18 - september october 2001|
Garrett Byrnes x-up on the cover.
Paul Buchanan interview.
|issue 19 - november december 2001 (1)|
Jared Zorowski tabletop wallride in Boston on the cover. Photo by Ryan Worcester.
Video store: Props road fools 8, Flatland Manifesto 2, 411 BMX, Ride Parts, F-IT and Fraser Byrne about STF videozine.
Mike Lausman fragments.
Company Policy: Steve Crandall (FBM), Jay Miron (MacNeil), Ian Morris (Federal), Stephan Prantl (We The People), Robbie Morales (Fit), David Quesada (Fly) and Jimmy Levan (Metal).
Repo: 2001 X-Games, Playstation comp in Cologne Germany september 2001, Romford jam.
Low profile: Donnacha Carrol, Greg Nicholson, Caleb Kilby, Ryan Barrett and Alex Dropsy.
Backchat with Jon Taylor.
La tête de Romuald bibi Noirot fait une intrusion pirate dans une pub Volume.
|issue 20 - january february 2002|
Matt Jenkins foot jam wall nosepick at St.Neotts on the cover.
Interview de Romuald bibi Noirot.
|issue 21 - march april 2002 (1)|
Kevin Porter pool air on the cover.
Featured interviews from David Lombard, FBM's Ron Kimler, Metal's Dan Price, Fit's Brian Foster and Volume's James White.
|issue 22 - may june 2002 (1)|
14 year-old Chase Hawk twisted air on mojos ramp on the cover.
Telford backyard jam.
|issue 23 - july august 2002 (1)|
Alex Dropsy at Peynier trails France on the cover.
Garrett Byrnes interview.
|issue 24 - september october 2002 (1)|
Mike Tag ice pick in London on the cover.
Fraser Peek riding a full pipe on the content page. Fraser Peek, digbmx.com, february 2008: All my memories of trips to this pipe are splendid and seem to stand out way above a lot of other things Ive done with my bike in my time! This day in particular was a treat. It was a busy day in the factory and myself and Ricky (Adam) had to be stealth more stealth than Ive ever been in fact. I remember holding in my laughter, looking at Ricky darting around in front of me lugging his camera gear while I followed, ducking behind anything and everything we could find to avoid lorries, workers and security cameras. We eventually made the final climb up to the pipe and to safety. It was always a weird feeling of being on edge right up until the moment you were in the pipe, where you knew you were safe and out of view. I remember workers walking past the bottom end of the pipe about 50 meters away never looking in, never expecting to see some guy on a BMX rolling around it. Cheers for the memory Ricky and for the awesome photo!
Hasting Backyard Jam.
|issue 25 - november december 2002 (1)|
Ryan Worcester on the cover. Photo by Joe Rich.
Lookback: photo of Joe Rich from the Road Fools trip from january 1998, fresh off Standard on a King Liberty frame.
Extracurricular: Ken Paul.
The birth of vertical: interviews with John Palfreyman and Thom Lund.
Flat earth society by Brian Tunney. Too flatland specific ?
Video store: UGP Roots 2002, Props Passport 2002, 411 issue 2, Unleash the fury, Ramp up the jawn, Props Road Fools 10.
Animal road trip in Canada.
Safety In Numbers: the Austin art show weekend.
Keith Terra influenza.
4000 miles: Sandy Carson, a 1986 Honda Civic and America.
FBM Ghetto street comp.
Lost for words: Keith Robertson, Jamie Bestwick, Joe Simon, Jimmy Levan.
Nate Wessel, ramp builder.
Repo: Rom skatepark jam and X-Games Philadelphia.
Low profile: Harley Wiles, Laureano Vallejos, Jon Robinson, Timmy Martin, Travis Collier.
Backchat with Zach Shaw.