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  • 1000 WORDS

    BEHIND THE SHUTTER WITH MEL STOUTSENBERGER The basis of this interview is purely selfish. As a child of 70’s BMX, I’ve been infatuated with the photos of Mel Stoutsenberger since I first laid eyes on them. His ability to capture not only action, but the atmosphere and electricity of the moment is uncanny. Background details,… Continue reading

  • Farmage

    I visited a friend’s farm in Castle Hayne North Carolina, his name is Andrew Lorek, a fourth generation farmer on family land who grew up BMXing… A modest plot of acreage on the outskirts of an old port city, it had been used for just about every kind of crop, mainly lettuce, bell peppers and… Continue reading

  • “Somewhere in France”

    In Speaking with my father, Stephen John Crandall, about my Grandfather Barrett Lowell Crandall, and his service in the Army during World War 2, he showed me these letters written home from the war against Germany and the Axis powers while in France. We looked at these written words from before my Dad was even… Continue reading

  • 20 Minutes at Eastside…

    A few snaps of Brian Foster, Clint Reynolds, Matty Aquizap, Jackson Allen and John Tillman at Eastside trails in Austin Texas…

  • The Forgotten Side of Town

    Part 1. It’s the kind of place you’d end up, when chasing some dream that doesn’t quite work out, and you don’t have enough money to get back to the place you used to call home. Usually on the south or the east end, just barely on the wrong side of the tracks, where the… Continue reading

  • Cody Diggs- Steady Rollin

    STEADY ROLLIN- Cody Diggs! from FBM BMX on Vimeo. On behalf of Tioga BMX– This segment was featured in issue 79 of Props! Check out a copy here for the entire Video!

  • Ryan Corrigan- world travels…

    Ryan Corrigan is a veteran Pro BMX Rider and professional ramp builder, this is a collection of shots he’s taken traveling the world over the years, riding, building and sightseeing from a non tourist perspective… Street Justice– 2006 I went and helped on an event in Edmonton. It was a mad dash of long days… Continue reading

  • Fun-d Raiser for Puerto Rico

    Local BMX Riders, musicians and friendly good timers came together for a modest but meaningful charity event organized by Recycles Bike Shop in Richmond Va. on a rainy weekend afternoon to raise money and awareness for disaster relief in Puerto Rico after hurricane Maria. Live music, mini ramp trick raffles, home cooked food and more… Continue reading

  • Murphy’s Law

    These photos do an exceptional job of capturing the essence of a BMX weekend in a parking lot! Check out more from Murphy Lee Moschetta Here!