Crooked World sat down with BMX legend, Joe Rich, to talk about his early days of BMX, when he was riding a BMX bike, but didn’t even know what BMX really was. Filmed at the T1 headquarters in Austin, Texas.
I met Adrian Malmberg a few years ago on a trip with Carhartt and I must say that he is really passionate about the sport and pretty down to earth guy, with a constant smile on his face. We just did an interview with him and if you would like to know this Swedish shredder a little better, hit the read more button and read some interesting stuff about him.
Blackout BMX caught up with Etnies BMX team managed John Povah to chat about his early BMX days, the upcoming project Etnies will be doing with their team riders and other brands and more. They are trying to keep it fresh all the time and be in time with fashion styles.
There is a bike check and a short interview up on Volume Bikes made with Alex Raban. Head over there to see what this guy is currently riding and find out what is his favorite part on his bike, favorite pizza pie to make and more.
I never actually thought I would be doing an interview with Jacqueline Nix, but you never know what tomorrow brings. Jacqueline is a girl of many talents, she rides BMX bikes, she is a singer, she is a songwriter, loves animals, likes going to fitness and is married to Juan Pablo Chavez. I recently got a chance to get an interview done with here and here we are now with 17 questions and 17 great answers.
Find more about Jacqueline Nix by clicking the read more button.
Spencer Bass may not be the guy who is all over the world wide web all the time, but that does not mean he isn’t an amazing rider. He sure is and has tons of skills on a BMX bike and a big bag of tricks. We caught up with him to get our “17 Questions With” interview done, to talk about Bass’ weaknesses, his lifestyle, his lunch and much more. Hit the Read More button and read it.
Animal Bikes and Lino Gonzalez sat down to chat about his coming Animal edit, the new 90East video project, getting ready for the winter and much more. Read it over on their site as part of the new installment in their “What’s Good With” series.