RideUK BMX Mag issue No.113 – March 2008

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Ride BMX Magazine #[issue] [month] [year] RideUK BMX Mag issue No.113 - March 2008 After 23 Years in print RideUK BMX Mag is now going digital, this is a rare window into the past a collectable if you will.   May have been read! But in great condition.  

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RideUK BMX Mag issue No.113 – March 2008

issue 113 – march 2008 (1), february 2008: The man, the legend: Brian Foster. That’s right Foster is on the cover with a nosedive 360 shot by Rob Dolecki for his interview!
Inside you’ll see Tom Saunders taking a grainy slam in Malaga. An out-take from the Tomorrow We Work crews trip to Malaga. Dirtbox this issue is stolen from a Q&A session with Stew Johnson and he voices his opinion on how BMX has changed over the last 10 years.
Aaron Ross answers some questions on the pertinent topic of his sponsorship for Six Minutes. Sebastian Keep and Edd Allen answers some questions about Seventies latest endeavor, Brighton Ain’t Ready. Joe Cox answers Benson’s questions on Tomorrow We Work. Us and Them, Props Best of 07, Nobody Special, Costa Nostra and That’s It! all get reviewed by a few different people. Chester Blacksmith gets a Top 5’s and Ashley Charles fills in some blanks. Stew Johnson then talks about Anthem 2 and Elf Walters about That’s It! Rhys let’s you know that a backbone is important and Effraim gives a rundown in Flat Matters. Ton’s of product gets reviewed including a ‘grip shootout’. The Superstar New Deal and Macneil Whitton 2 get legit frame reviews and the Kuwahara KZ1 makes a bit of a comeback…
The Mirraco Blend gets a complete bike review and so does the DK Six Pack. There are some new threads to wrap yourself with on the Laundry page and you then get the chance to win a Bell helmet and a Kuwahara KZ1 (They rode them in the ET film…)
Davros and Dean Smith properly document their underground skatepark and then we move onto the features…
Brian Foster Interview: Brian Foster gets a full interview completely shot by Rob Dolecki. You know what to expect but it’s pushed up a notch. Pedal to the floor while going round a berm? Bubba Scrub?!
Road House Blues: Benson’s eye and Newrick’s tongue explain the Tomorrow We Work winter trip to Malaga.
Simpel Session Report: Event report from the last weekend of January with long 180’s, 540’s and a spread of personalities…
Luc Legrand Interview: Ben Bello converts French to English and expresses his thoughts regarding the little man, Luc Legrand.
Kink in Phoenix: What does the name suggest? Kink motor their way around the City of Phoenix, Arizona with Kieth Terra.
Caleb Ruecker and Max Wood both get Informers. Pretty different people in style… Hot Wheels get Livid in London, Northern John put up with a bunch of nutters in London (and Corby) including Taliban Tom, Lorenzo Reed and a naked Jason Phelan!
For the weekenders Nathan Beddows went snapping a Taj inspired box jump trick and a street to flat from Loz at the Boneyard Jam in Chester. All penned by a lucky to be alive Owain Clegg. Will Jones has written a superb roadtrip story about some time spent riding trails in South West France. Seth Kimborough and Cleggy get their bikes checked over. Cookie gets his balls out to teach you the toothpick hangover on a gnarly rail in Newcastle. Davey Watson answers 20 questions and Oba Stanley gets a WTF written by Skinny, UK WTF is Tom Saunders written by Tom Blyth. On the subs page Jason Phelan shows you a little more than you’d like to see of his body and we have a new subscription T-shirt available!
Playstation, I mean BaySixty6 is this issues Park Warden with Ricky Gunner being the subject of a large box jump. Jon Dye recalls a few stories about the place too! Northern John is a big fan of the flyout as all Hard Dad video viewers will know, he encourages some more of it in Stripped. Rhys answers some kids letters who have never been to school and Mark Noble gives a run down of Mozza’s old S&M Dirt Bike in Icon.