Tomorrow I am flying out for the 2018 AFA Finals at the Battle in the Rockies in Denver, Colorado. Back in 1987, RL Osborn, Dennis McCoy and Martin Aparijo went head to head for the title, who won?
For this weeks OSS we go back to Eddie Fiola’s Pro Flatland run from the AFA Finals in Wichita, Kansas 1988. Who was at this contest that still rides?
Nowadays Moto Sasaki is infamous for his bars scrapeing backwards Karl kruzers, but it was this guy Darren Pelio who invented the “bar scrapeing” move and a whole lot more with energetic riding style. Peep this edit I just came across from Woodward in 1989, not seen this footage before. OSS treats…
For this weeks OSS we go back to the 1988 AFA Masters in Carson, California once again. And this time, it is the turn of Pete Kearney. Check out his run right here.
The Kelloggs TV BMX Championship was a hugely popular TV Series hosted by Mick Brown and Andy Ruffell. The show was broadcast on the UK on Channel 4 in 1984 and 1985. One of my earliest BMX memories and this morning took me right back to where it all began, here is the final between Ron Wilkerson and Mike Pardon. Anyone else old enough to remember this?
OSS is back after a lil’ break, today I had one name on my mind for this weeks Old School Sunday post, Ryuji Hora. This kid could shred, peep his awesome run from the 1988 AFA Masters in Carson, California. Thanks Flatland BMX Junkies for the upload!
Feels like a while since I dropped an Old School Sundays post, so let’s get back to it with fresh update from the Freestyle BMX Junkies YT account. Today we have Woody Itson’s 1988 AFA Masters run from the Velodrome contest in Carson, CA! Enjoy old school heads…
Absolute no brainer for some Old School Sunday love today, the AFA returned to California this weekend and Pete Brandt got third in the Pro Class with a flawless first run. If you didn’t already know Pete has been in the game for years, check out this run from the 1989 AFA Masters in LA! Nothing but respect for this dude!
I’m back after a few days off, giving the Dub podcast at the top of the site. Let’s kick our sunday posts off with a name I haven’t heard anything about since his bio in Go Magazine back in the day. Steve Goates is this week’s OSS and his 17 plus expert run from 1988 AFA Masters in Carson, California. Dialled!