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5’s with Dennis Enarson

Age – 18
Years Riding – for 8 years I think

Top 5 moments that surprised you this past year-
1. Getting knocked out and waking up in an ambulance
2. Seeing a toy bike with my name on it.
3. Watching my friend get his passport stolen then seeing us get it back in the freezing cold in northern Europe
4. Getting a signature frame with haro
5. Going to Spain to ride for a week and haveing it rain everyday besides 1 

Top 5 Overall Riders in the history of BMX-
1. Dennis McCoy 
2. Mat Hoffman 
3. Dave mirra
4. Jay mirron
5. Ron wilkerson

Top 5 travel destinations-
1. South Africa
2. Russia
3. Chilli
4. Cayman islands
5. Madagascar 

Top 5 current riders-
1. Garret Reynolds
2. Josh harrington
3. Drew Bazanson 
4. Chase hawk
5. Tj Ellis 
6. Steve Woodward. 
Sorry I couldn’t only pick 5

Top 5 reasons to love you hometown-
1. The perfect weather all year round
2. Friends
3. Family
4. Spots
5. Ladies

Top 5 events you have been to in the past year-
1. King of the animal house.
2. Simple sessions
3. T mobile contest in Berlin Germany
4. X games, cuz of the wild parties
5. Toronto jam

Top 5 movies-
1. Inglorious bastards
2. Sid and Nancy
3. The hangover
4. Funny people
5. Avatar in 3D

Top 5 junkfood choices-
1. Jack in the box 
2. Jalepeno poppers
3.$0.99 pizzas at vons
4.grandito microwave burritos
5. Spicy pork rines

Top 5 video parts-
1. Van, criminal mischief
2. Chris Doyle, system 
3. Josh harrington, end search
4. Garret Reynolds, Nike vid
5. Danny Hickerson, empire 

Top 5 things to do when traveling with Mike Spinner-
1. Watch him eat cheese pizza and only cheese pizza
2. Have him take us to awesome clubs in Florida
3. Listen to all his wild jokes
4. Meet his crazy Florida friends 
5. Go to casinos

Top 5 awesome things-
1. Riding bikes
2. Living in San Diego
3. Getting wild with all my friends 
4. Mexican food
5. Having fun all day everyday 

Photo By Joey Cobbs

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Hydro-form Sculpture

Huge metal pillows? Art Work created by “Hippie” of the Hell’s Satans Moped Gang…

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Eric Holladay- rail ride

Eric Holladay, huge rail ride, filming for an upcoming Voice BMX promo.

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Secret Treaties

I just found a copy of “Secret Treaties” by Blue Oyster Cult that I didn’t even know I owned. Someone, presumably me, paid a buck for it at a local record store. That for me is one of the best reasons to own a turntable-getting shit on the cheap, and in such mass quantity that it might take years for my ears to catch up. I was so moved by my discovery that I smoked some resin that I stole from my band’s practice space(sorry bros!) through a 7/32″ deep well socket and put this bitch on.

You might know Blue Oyster Cult from the songs that get lots of classic rock radio play, namely “Don’t Fear the Reaper”, “Godzilla”, and “Burnin’ for You”. As is usually the case, rock radio left out all the good stuff. There is a lot more to this band than those songs, so let me tell you a little about “Secret Treaties”.

This is the third record from B.O.C, released in 1974. My favorite part of any record these guys have done are the song titles, and “Secret Treaties” certainly has that covered. The opening track, co-written with Patti Smith is called “Career of Evil”., and the winners just keep coming with “Subhuman”, and “Dominance and Submission”. Side Two has the highlight for me, a song fearlessly titled “Harvester of Eyes” that I would also consider to be the most “B.O.C.” sounding track on the album. On that topic, let me get into what that sound sounds like.

I hesitate to use the term protometal, mostly because it reveals how much of a music dork I am, but it is rather accurate. There are loads of great riffs with great guitar tones, lyrics leaning so heavily on fantasy that it makes you want to paint a Frank Frazetta on a van you don’t even have, and enough self-awareness to not take it too seriously. And let’s not forget, this slab only set me back a mere dollar, and I’m saying big win on this one.

Go buy some cheap records! -Matt Conner

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Daniel Higgs

St David’s Episcopal Church. Austin, TX. February 6th 2010.
Filmed By Sandy Carson

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Bamboozled part 2

There is no arguing the outright awesomeness of Mat Hoffman, check out the trailer below from ESPN, and check this link here for the bamboozled article…. ICON! Can’t wait to see this documentary…

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The Shit Show With Kenny Horton

The Shit Show with Kenny Horton from Least Most on Vimeo.

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Large Ray Archives….

In this photo you can see legendary BMX professional Rob Nolli covered in puke, in the passenger seat of a rental car. Check out Rob Below in the 1996 X Games!

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Teeth Mountain Live.

Shot By Joe Stakun

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Worlds Best Invention?

“you guys were way off”- Ryan Worcester

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Matt Plassman

As seen in the Forum, pic by Serb.

Classic BMX image!

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B and W’s

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