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  You should try it… Maybe start with a lil trick though! Boooom…
mm
  Its spring, finally! Mike Hollywood Miranda for CW Racing back in 1983…
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  Too warm for a ride? Do a trick yo!
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Sunday mood…
1988
  1988 forever… Say wot?
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melV
  More top girls tomorrow! BMX is on in Rio… Whooooop!
wonderwoman
  BMX Wonder Woman is out there… Via
BMXRio
  The Olympics Games are definitely not an event to promote, but BMX is on next week. Stoked! Lets see if Maris can pull it again to win for the 3rd time… Whooops!
brent
Brent Patterson shows how to…
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Back in 1982… Reminds a lot about the messenger series by Sugino! That Maxy Cross though!
Do a trick!?
  Click on the picture to see this sick clip by 16 year old Lil Juice / Cult BMX
BMX 1987 Worlds!
  Orlando, 40+ Cruiser (24″) If I would’ve been over 40 in 1987. I would have probably became second or crashed hard, but come on guys… Ho ho! Click on the picture for a lil video!
Desmond “Blackman” Rhodes
  Does crazy tricks! Its old, but like NYC never gets boring… Click on the picture to see this amazing video! Ride safe!
bunnyhop
  This explains how to “Bunny Hop”. Try it, its easier than you imagine… Ride safe!
say wot
  Where’s your brakes kid? Who needs brakes?
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Shanaze will be racing at the Olympic Games this year. Wondering if she will do finally both, BMX and track!? Kool cool… You go girl!!!
dave
  Dave Saunders for Diamond Back…
justpeter
  Hah! Taking the letters off, that Just sprayed on our shutters… Peter goes for a BMX run. Pushing himself into the empty shop… More here on our Instagram feed… See you next door/next week! Nuff said for now, go for a ride!
stu
  Great shot of Stu. Stu Thomsen was one of the first of the “Old School” of professional BMX racers who gained fame in the early days of the sport beginning in 1974. His prime competitive years were 1976–1985. Sometimes called the Babe Ruth of BMX for his prolific success and domination of BMX racing during the sport’s early days from the mid-1970s into the mid-1980s, Thomsen’s considerable career accolades and legacy remain a benchmark for modern sports achievement. His nicknames, “The Man” and “Stompin Stu”, were due in part to his size at 6 feet 1.5 inches and 200 lbs.