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Scott Fluker // BMX Miniatures

How did you get into Bmx? My father bought me my first BMX in about 1980. It was a Healing HMX 500. I raced for years locally as well as National events in New Zealand with some sponsorship support from … CHECK OUT MORE »

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A Look Back // American Freestyler, August 1988 // Part 1

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 »

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BMX Icons // Voris Dixon Interview

This one goes way back to a true character and pioneer in BMX manufacturing, with many parallels to the current BMX landscape.  In addition to his own brand, Voris Dixon manufactured frames and components in the late 70s and early … CHECK OUT MORE »

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Mike Dominguez Making 1985 Look good.

Damn that Hutch Mike is riding looks so good! So many moves that were way ahead of the time going on right here! Tailtaps, 540’s, no foot can’s, and some very high airs! The video has some modern rap music … CHECK OUT MORE »

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Tricked Out Tuesday // 1988 Hutch Trick Star II

I don’t know why I love the Hutch Trickstar 2 so much but I can’t help it! Somehow Chris Potts made this bike look good when he was floating sideways on a vert ramp! Go to BMX Museum and check … CHECK OUT MORE »

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