Behind every bike is a good story - and this Haro show bike that was made for the 1997 INTERbike Show might have the best one ever. Haro’s Creative Director, Sean Hargraves, was put in charge of creating something special for HARO’s booth at the annual Las Vegas tradeshow. He got together with the master of custom painted helmets - Troy Lee, and provided a second-generation Haro Monocoque frame as his canvas. The Captain America-theme in itself is pretty special, and it was featured on the January 1997 cover of BMX Plus magazine.
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GOLD CUP NORTH CENTRAL
If there is one good thing about this year’s Covid closures of states and counties, it is that tracks that might not normally have gotten a shot at hosting a National or Gold Cup event, were now given that opportunity.
2ND COMING USA BMX STOPS IN NEBRASKA ...AGAIN.
GOLD CUP SOUTHEAST
This year the DK Bicycles Gold Cup South East Finals were held at one of the fastest BMX tracks in Alabama - Circle City BMX, in Dothan. If trying to claim one of the coveted Gold Cup Plates brought you to Circle City BMX for your first time you might have been surprised when you first saw the track layout.
GOLD CUP SOUTHWEST
When you roll into the local Quiktrip and one of Tucson’s finest looks at your shirt and asks if you know Corben Sharrah, you can only be in one city in America. Often coined as the loudest city in BMX, it doesn’t matter if there is a single fan or a gaggle of Tucsonans, they know how to bring the energy.
GOLD CUP NORTHEAST
With all of the uncertainty in event planning this year, it was not a huge surprise that the DK Bicycles North East Gold Cup Finals shifted locations somewhat last minute. We were very lucky to have it and at a great location, Akron BMX in Akron, Ohio. The Big Red Truck was last here for the 2018 North East Gold Cup Finals, and the track is located in a pretty incredible location.
FALL CLASSIC NATIONALS
JUST OVER THE UTAH BORDER WE’D FIND THE WEST’S LAST STAND FOR 2020
It might not have been LaborDay, but the BMX world was anxious to finally return to the longtime Louisville tradition. ...and it was well worth the wait!
1998 HARO Monocque
“Captain America” ShowBike Custom painted by Troy Lee.
HOW TO GROW THE SPORT OF BMX RACING
Are you interested in starting a new track?
SECOND TIMES A CHARM
It just seems like yesterday that we were in Rock Hill for the Carolina Nationals and here we are again.
The First Watt F8
I spent my childhood summers on the Reichert family farm near Turtle Lake, Wisconsin, where, inside the red 1880s barn, my uncle Harold played 78rpm records for his cows.
EXPRESSVPN: SPEEDY, RELIABLE SERVICE, BUT WHY THE EXOTIC LOCALE?
ExpressVPN is moving in the right direction, but how does it measure up overall?
Cornering the Market
A family-owned supermarket celebrates 100 years.
The Interview: TROSLEY
Drive catches up with the prolific artist, Trosley. We ask a few questions, learn a few things, and find out what it’s like behind the pen.
Growing up on the south shore of Boston, my brother and I developed a love for all things nautical from the lobster boats, dories and pleasure craft of our own time to the thriving shipbuilding hub of the 17th to 19th centuries.
The great crab giveaway at South Blue Hill Wharf
1,500 pounds gone in two hours
The loving tale of a rare XK150S 3.8 which has had a one-family ownership for many years, and which took the owners to London to find the family who bought it new in very early 1960!
Leon Lee Dorsey returns with MonkTime, an accomplished new album of Thelonious Monk compositions. Joel McIver hears how Dorsey paid tribute to the jazz icon
WAS THE PROFESSOR DYING OR MERELY EXPERIENCING A NEW KIND OF AMERICAN DISCOURSE?
New Technology Brings Old Tlingit Hat Back To Alaska
A Tlingit clan hat was welcomed back to southeast Alaska with ceremony and dance after spending more than a century away.