March / April 1979
Sal Zeuner, NBL National No. 1 plate.
Shaping the future of BMX, Shimano unveils their new prototype pedal and pedal arm. Fantastic cover drawing by John Kawaguchi.
The sleeper of the year...
Panda's Pro-Am. About to be discovered.
Shimano's David Clinton
Ugh, Agony and strain. The Pros, coming out of the chute at Oklahoma City.
Photo by Osborn
Denny Davidow leading Toby Henderson at the NBA Grand National held at Long Beach Stadium.
Robinson's Scott Clark at NBMXA Grand Nationals.
Can't see tHe Woods for the Hill. Greg and Bobby, smokin' over Breithaupt Mountain. Narler Park, Long Beach. Osborn photo.
Toby Henderson launches off a ten-foot drop off at Huntington Beach, California on the new Hutch 24 racing cruiser.
Photo by John Ker.
Andy Patterson, newest Skyway team
member, shows off his new racing gear
at the NBA '81 Grand Nationals in Long
Beach, California. Photo by Mike Collins.
King Edward. By the time you read this, Eddy should be racing Pro.
Photo by Osborn.
Somewhere in Arizona, Steve Veltman performed for a small crowd of locals. - photo by Denney Griffiths
The Winningest Pro of '82, Greg Hill demonstrates the kind of skill and style that brought him both the IBMXF and Jag Pro World Champlonship of '82.
Parks BMX, Buena Park, California.
Photo by John Ker.
Brian Patterson on his mount in Northern California. Photo by Mike Collins.
Michael Dudikoff reads the January issue
of SUPER BMX as Kathy Maisaik looks
Awesome. For the second year in a row, Greg Hill is the people's choice for a BMXA NORA Cup as No. 1 Rider. Studio photography par excellence by Bob Osborn.
Darrell Young attacks the sky on the JMC frame that bears his name.
Brian Patterson (1) and Clint Miller (55) fly through turn one at the Huffy ABA Grand Nationals in Tulsa, Oklahoma, in the quest for Number One ABA Pro of '83. Photo by John Ker. Separations by Valley Film.
Brian Patterson captured his second pro national number one plate at the ABA Grand National; here he is on his mount at Northridge, California. Photo by Mike Collins, story begins on' page 10. Along with Brian, three other racers performed well enough to earn national number one plates (counterclockwise, from top: Cheri Elliott, Doug Davis and Brett Allen. Photo by Mike Collins, story begins on page 68.