Old School Sundays: NAFA Oregon 1988

The good crew over at Snakebite BMX, published a gem from the archives last week. We go back to the NAFA contest in Granst Pass, Oregon 1988 featuring Eric Emerson, Aaron Dull, Joe Halusy, Brian Leevy, Jason Ubias, Carly Garcia, Paul Lopez, & Brian Garcia.

Old School Sundays with Simon Tabron

Very unfortunate and extremely sad news broke recently on one of the best vert riders in the history of BMX that I grew up riding with, Simon Tabron. This weeks OSS is dedicated to Simon.

Here are the details courtesy of Chad Kagy, who had organised a Go Fund Me to help Simon and his family –

“Simon Tabron is a beloved 46-year-old husband, father and decorated pro-BMXer, having earned 8 World Championship Titles and 20 X Games medals. On September 7, 2020 his family’s world was shattered when he suffered a cardiac arrest and, days later, a stroke. As we write this, Simon has been moved from ICU on life support to neurological division as doctors race to understand the cause of these catastrophic events and the long term effect they will have on Simon’s ability to speak, walk, and work.”

If you can help, go fund link below:


Old School Sundays: AFA Masters Ohio 1988 Part 2

Todd Carter came through with amazing footage last week, and today we continue on with some gold from the archives. Featuring the likes of Dave Mirra R.I.P., Bill Neumann, Joe Gruttola, Jay Jones, Park Carter R.I.P., Dennis McCoy and many more. This ruled, thanks Todd for uploading this gem from the archives for us to watch back.

Old School Sundays – AFA Masters Ohio 1988 / R.I.P Park Carter

This week the sad news, Park Carter had passed away broke all over social media. Park was way ahead of the time during the 80’s with his riding, and what he brought to the table. I hit up Todd Carter for any Park Carter to do a dedication to the man, and he came back with this absolute gem from the archives, that features an amazing run from Park Carter at the 18:31 mark, and also so much other good footage to boot from the likes of Danny Meng, Ruben Castillo, Bill Neumann, and many many more. Go watch that run from Park, amazing!

R.I.P Park Carter.