When freestyle was dead in the early 90’s the riders took it upon themselves to run their own contests and jams to keep the sport alive. In Southern NJ, Phil and Marcus Hough did contests for street and flat that for quite some time have been sort lost to the history of BMX in NJ. […]
In the early 90’s in Spring Lake Heights, NJ, a man named Mr. Crossman had two sons, Josh and Luke who were killer flatland riders. He set up some of the best contests of that time called “The King Of The Court”. They were flat and street and held on a nice smooth tennis court. […]
1981 the HARO team invades Bicycle World courtesy of the Gleasons. Here are a few shots from their archives of that historic event. Bicycle World was an incredible supporter of BMX in New Jersey in all its forms in its earliest days. Here’s a couple teasers.
Yea, 1985 was another crazy year for freestyle teams in NJ. This was also the last real year of Wilton doing a Wiltonthe BMX Action Trick being in a true organized form. Ron Wilton had come over from the HARO team to replace Mike Buff who was now on CW. (and promptly wrecked his knee) […]