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Our May/June 2014 issue of RideBMX features west coast pool missions, east coast street sessions with the LFS crew, Mike Saavedra’s trail odyssey, Cult’s Small Talk,  Tyler Fernengel, Ralphy Ramos, and more…

On The Cover:  A little cosmic karma and some crispy edges… Slightly burnt, yet full of flavor, this one-handed fast plant in the deep end of the Clinton Keith pool comes courtesy  of the one and only “Dirt Ron” Pitcher. Photo: Keith Mulligan

Subscriber Shipping Date: 3/25/14
On Newsstands: 4/14/14

- Departments -

Start
Despite all odds, Brian Kachinsky perseveres and takes advantage of a remarkable setup.

Up Front
Just the facts, please… sponsor changes, injuries, and more.

Pro Q&A: Tyler Fernengel
Roof drops onto rails and death defying drop-ins are a walk in the park for this guy, but crooked grinds…

Products
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.

Diversions
Heavy collection of DVD write-ups, including; Cult’s Small Talk, The Michigan Video, DUB Homegrown, Coppin’ It Sweet, and Mediocre At Best.

Focus
This is the part of the magazine where reading really isn’t involved, does that make you happy or sad?

Bio: Joe and Ryan Niranonta
The dynamic street duo from the streets of Philadelphia and Chocolate Truck alumni.

Letters
Wether intentional or not, always guaranteed to generate some laughs.

Finish: Ralphy Ramos
New York pride, Dominican Republic pride, backward grinds, basketball shoes, broken femurs, and  more…

- Features -

Slash & Burn
Countless curvy beauties all over Southern California were dipped into by the likes of Van Homan, Dean Dickinson, Jason Enns, Mike Escamilla, Chad Osburn, and Dirt Ron. And the resulting photos are truly one-of-a-kind.

Looking For Spots Crew
Central Jersey’s LFS crew leave no alley unchecked, every BTS surveyed, and they have plenty of wild stories and great spots from all their efforts.

Travels of a Trails Gypsy
Mike Saavedra’s passion for building and roasting trails took him from California, to Pittsburgh, then overseas to Spain and France.

Amateurs Rising
In sync with the release of Cult’s am based video, Small Talk, we discuss all things ams with team riders Andrew Casteneda, Iz Pulido, Steven Mack, Josh Alderete, and Timmy Theus, as well the boss man himself, Robbie Morales.

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