January /February 1979
Clint Miller, DG factory hot dog.
Anthony Sewell coming of the big jump at the NBA/MONGOOSE GRAND NATIONALS. Sewell (JAG) blew everybody (Even Clinton inset) away in the action-packed trophy dash
DG's Byron Friday flat cuttin' mud goin' into the first turn at Corona.
Scott Clark NBA national number one plate
R.L. bunny-hopping through the dreaded ring of fire during the BMXA trick team performance at the Vans Pro Spectacular in Anaheim.
Photo by Windy
cover hero Stu Thomsen. Twice National Champion and '80 ABA number one Pro.
Perry Kramer "The Ripper" tearing up the track at the NBMXA's Fall nationals held in Southern California.
The exciting adventures of Turbo Harry seem to be just now really starting. Pontiac Silverdome.
Photo by Osborn.
Brent Patterson, '81 ABA Number One Pro plate holder,
peers over his number plate right into the lens of John Ker's
At Northridge, California, Denny Davidow
takes his twenty inch Bassett to the sky.
Photo by Mike Collins . .
R.L. invented this incredibly difficult trick.
It took six months of secret experimentation and practice to perfect.
Buff and R.L. doin' it. Photo by Bob Osborn.
Jeff "THE KOS" KOSMALA on the cover
Who almost joined the Untied States Air Force but got 'Goosed Instead? Eric Rupe, on motocross maneuvers high above Commander Ker who routinely shot him out of the sky and onto our New Year Cover.
Greg Hill takes his GT bikes upward at Van Nuys, California. Photo by Mike Collins.
Justine Bateman and Ron House .
Factory Kuwie ace, Troy Daniels, takin' care of biz at the NBL Grands.
Photo by Bob Osborn.
Pete Loncarevich blasted the AA pros in Las Vegas. Photo by Brad Fanshaw.
Mike Dominguez shows why is that many of his fellow freestylists
are comparing him to Fiola in the realm of skatepark aerials. Pipeline Skatepark, Upland,
Insets: (left) Brian Patterson flew down from his home in Northern California for
the photo session on the Patterson test bike; (right) 15-year-old Eric Gareez was just one
of many riders to take home National Number One Plates from the NBL Grands. Photos
by John Ker. Color separations by the tiny-dots specialists at Valley Film.
Richie Anderson aboard his Patterson mount a few days after capturing NBL's number one plate in the 16 expert class.
Taken In Azusa, California by Mike Coffins.