Our September issue of RideBMX features interviews with Nigel Sylvester and Hoang Tran, Drew Bezanson at the Unit, a vert feature, as well as Sheep Hills, Chad Osburn, Scott Ditchburn, Nathan Williams, and more.
- Nigel Sylvester scores his first Ride cover on home turf with a quick hop on a bench-to-hanger-to-drop. Photo: Jeff Zielinski
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On Newsstands: 8/8/14
– Departments –
Gary Young gets crazy after dark, Mike Hoder rides across a Geek Squad van, and Tyler Fernengel is just plain nuts—three Start spreads you gotta see.
Pro Q&A: Scott Ditchburn
One of the realest riders from the right side of the pond.
We’ve got a bunch of great new products—all tested, tried, and true…
Logo embellished attire to show your loyalty to your favorite BMX brands.
Facts, Fables, Flips, & Tables: 38 things you probably didn’t know about one of the most legendary dirt jumping spots on the planet—Sheep Hills.
Cold Call: Nathan Williams
Nathan Williams plans to move to San Diego? No schoolyard will be safe…
Do yourself a favor and enjoy these photos in all their glory before they inevitably end up on Instagram.
Bio: Natalie Noble
She’s Northwest born and bred and knows how to shred.
Finish: Chad Osburn
Every pro’s favorite rider at the moment…
– Features –
Nigel Sylvester Interview
The BMX media machine drops a few bangers and speaks his mind on the industry, selling out, Pyradice, Brooklyn Machine Works, and more…
Actually riding vert isn’t for everyone, or most of us, really, but you damn well better appreciate it, because the stuff those dudes do on the big ramps is a scary form of art.
The Philosophies of Hoang Tran
Not only is Hoang a stylish dude who kills it on a bike, but he’s also very wise. Consider this an interview with a twist…
Drew Bezanson’s Fox Sessions
Drew is an extraordinary rider who requires an extraordinary spot to work his magic—the Unit beckons his call.
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