Ride BMX Issue 201 – August 2014

Times they are a changin’ and so is Ride… We kicked off our 201st issue with a few adjustments to the departments—some being removed entirely, others just changed up a bit, and a few new additions as well. We feel it’s a refreshing change and we look forward to hearing your feedback. As for the features in the August issue, they include the Vans team in Chile, an interview with Clint Reynolds, a photo driven flatland feature, as well as Tony Hamlin, Van Homan, Ben Hucke, Aaron Ross, Harry Main, and more…

Riders are spinning 360s out in the streets all day, but not quite like Dakota Roche does—patented Dak Attack 360 over a rail in downtown Santiago, Chile, from the Vans Street Dogs trip. Photo: Jeff Zielinski

Subscriber Shipping Date: 6/24/14
On Newsstands: 7/4/14

– Departments –

We bumped up Start up to three spreads, and they include Tony Neyer and Kert Petersel dropping bangers in front off and on people’s homes, and a wild crowd of BMX kids in Chile…

Pro Q&A: Tony Hamlin
We’re pretty sure this is the first time a blow-up doll has been in the magazine…

We’ve got a bunch of great new products—all tested, tried, and true…

Soft Goods
Logo embellished attire to show your loyalty to your favorite BMX brands.

Cold Call: Van Homan
Van gets an unexpected phone call and then we interrogate him, ok… maybe we just ask him some questions.

Back Story
Aaron Ross riding a life-size Hot Wheels track…

Photos that you haven’t seen on the Internet yet.

Bio: Tanner Easterla 
Hailing from a Sacramento, California, Tanner comes at us with some solid tricks on what has quickly become the most popular ledge in Southern California.

Finish: Harry Main
Harry’s 2011 phone bill was equivalent to a down payment on a house…

– Features –

One Dot At A Time
The artwork of Ben Hucke.

Street Dogs
Vans in Santiago, Chile, featuring Dakota Roche, Ty Morrow, Gary Young, Bruno Hoffman, Brian Kachinsky, and Sean Sexton. With a line up like that, you know it’s going to be good. Here’s a trailer for the full video, dropping July 7th.

Horizontal Push
This is what happens when you have a handful of the greatest flatland riders in the world together on a tropical island.

Clint Reynolds Interview
New Hampshire’s moto is “live free or die” and this NH native is not only living, but he’s killing it at living—by simply taking control of his situation and doing everything himself. Confused, curious… read it!

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