After “Beton Hurlant” in Paris in 2012 with Bob Haro, the French OS crew organises a new big event in France this summer…
On Friday the 23rd and Saturday the 24th of August 2013, the oldschool bmx planet will meet at Cavaillon in the South of France for an unprecedent event
with the exceptional presence of two American legends: Mike “Hollywood” Miranda and Eddie Fiola,
“The King of the Skateparks”.
Race, freestyle, OS bike show and happiness will be part of this crazy event signed Christophe Vico, a french professional bmx racer in the 80s!
The biggest names of the french 80/90 bmx scene will be back on track and/or ramps on their “vintage” bmx!
A screening of the legendary movie “Rad” (1986) will be held on Friday evening in the middle of the track.
The Old School BMX Reunion is one full of catching up and riding at the same time. The list of riding parents with their kids is getting bigger and bigger.
The Peraza family showed up with a shredding dad and 4 kids who all ride BMX. A family trip can’t get any better than that.
A few of the BMX legends that showed up were Mat Hoffman, Rich Sigur, Martin Aparyo, Eddie Fiola, Ron Wilkerson, Rick Allison, Dave Nourie,
Todd Anderson, Brian Blyther, Dennis McCoy, Donovan Ritter, Marc McGlynn, Dave Voelker, and many me
Lots of riding went on all weekend. Even a Mega Ramp session took place with riders like Kevin Robinson and Austin Coleman doing their thing. Continue reading →
RL PL20 Retro built just last week for myself! This frame is built with original NOS Redline seatstays, chainstays, dropouts and headtube/gussets.
Modern geometry with old school charm and still to be stickered this BMX uses plenty of other new Redline parts make this sub 4lb CrMo frame ready for today’s tracks
In the summer of 1981, the outside world got its first taste of BMX freestyle. Bob Haro had taken the concept to a new audience in unfamiliar regions of the country,
and the explosion of interest that followed would begin to change the course of BMX forever.
Few activities in the history of mankind can lay claim to such a meteoric rise in youth popularity, and from its birthplace in southern California Continue reading →