Open class maniacs in the chute at Morris
March / April 1979
Sal Zeuner, NBL National No. 1 plate.
REDLINE's Mike Bush (324X ) and SHIMANO's Steve Givens (11X) join the berm shot hustle. Photo : J. Stevens
Tinker Juarez, the King of the Skateparks, approaching orbit.
Frank Post shows his
stuff at the NBA East Coast Winternationals.
Racin' Jason Jensen kickin' it into hyperdrive.
Photo by Oz.
DG's John Piant is a seventeen-year-old ball of BMX fire.
Shimano's Bobby Encinas
A one-footed X-up kick turn Finesse freestylin' by R.L. fade fotography by Oz. photo taken during filming for That's Incredible.
The best in the whole wide world. Stuart is the Pro World
Champ and coverboy Thomsen mooning us? Or were we just
shooting the moon when Stu flew by? Photo by John Ker.
Mongoose's Bobby Woods
Toby Henderson on Brent Patterson like stink on poop. Las Vegas race.
Photo by Bob Osborn.
Scott McDaniels gets electric.
Photo by Denney Griffith, design work by Ed Copley.
Tommy Brackens knows how to ride only two ways, fast
and faster. So getting a shot of the popular
Powerllte pro for our cover was no easy task. Editor
Ker nikon managed to slow him down, while Bob
Hadley managed to stop him Just long enough for our
Interview which begins on page 56.
Debbie Lytton presents SUPER BMX Magazine's Number One Racer Award to Stu Thomsen
Anthony Sewell, full-toot down the front straight at the ESPN Finals in Burbank. Photo by Osborn.
Another sunny Arizona day and another yard full of ramps and kids and bicycles. Jim Roberson of Phoenix is rampster supreme. For more on Jim see page 16
Richie Anderson becomes the flrst-ever two-time overall Jag Wortd Champion
D.D. Leone takes over as Redllne's top pro for our shooting session with the incredlble Redline 700P
CW's Pete Loncarevich takes to the air at Cantennlal Regional Park
BMX's answer to Brooke Shlelds-three-tirne coverboy and 15-year-old pro freestyler Mike Oominguez demonstrates how quarterpipe aerials shoukl be done for the guys in the World Amateur Freestyle Championship.
John Ker did the shootin'
Valley Film did the separatin';
Dennis West did the designin'.
GT pro racer Robert Fehd flying high over Santa Ana, California.
Photo by Mike Collins.