Tag Archives: AFA
Eddie Fiola, Mike Dominguez, and Brian Blyther battle it at the first AFA King Of The Skatepark contest at Pipeline skatepark in Upland California! Eddie took home the win with 9 feet 2 inches!!!
30 years goes by fast! I thought it might be interesting to share the full text from this article titled Freestyle: How Much Radder Can it Get? – to review what the authorities of the late 80s thought the future … CHECK OUT MORE
101 freestyle tricks part 2 is a staple of any 80’s bmx viewing! With great riding from so many Pro’s and Am’s at the time and the AFA Velodrome footage of Mike Dominguez coming so very close to the first … CHECK OUT MORE
Thirty years ago this month . . . American Freestyler (formerly Freestyle Spectacular) was a short-lived Daisy/Hi-Torque Publication. This was the same publishing company owned by Roland Hinz – who also published BMX Plus! (along with other magazines with titles … CHECK OUT MORE
Damn Todd is killing it in 17 over expert here! That Quadangle is looking nice and you can really see the start of Todd’s signature style! The alleyoop transfer at the end is so nice though!
So i am pretty sure that almost any run from the 88′ AFA contest in Austin was incredible. If you have never seen Carlo ride the man has boost! I think it would be so interesting to see how a … CHECK OUT MORE
When I think of people who were involved with Peregrine Craig’s name is at the top of the list. Craig rode fast as hell and was well known for how low he would get his landspeeder’s. I have never seen … CHECK OUT MORE