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  1. Old school BMX show & race on Saturday, June 16 in Yukon, Oklahoma. Show is from 5:00-7:00. Bikes need to be in place by 4:30. Categories include: old school, mid-school, freestyle, cruiser. Old school race is after 7:00. The show is free. Entry fee required for race. See details on the Yukon BMX Raceway Facebook events page. We’ve got lots of sponsors donating prizes and goods: Anthem Brewery, Hoffman Bikes, Celestial Cycles, Al’s Bicycles, Schlegel Bicycles, Melonbike, Outdoor Lighting Perspectives Of OKC. Bring your bikes! This is a “can’t miss” event! For info email yukonoldschoolbmx@gmail.com or call 405-548-5835.
  2. When I heard the BMX Society Show and Reunion was happening this year I knew I had to go--and I'm glad I did! I really enjoyed the location and all the sick bikes that were on display. Most of all I enjoyed catching up with old BMX buds and making some new ones! Thanks once again to Steve Brothers for putting on this amazing event (I am sure he's sick of hearing it by now, LOL). And I know there were a lot of other people who helped make the event happen--THANK YOU ALL! Like I told Steve at the end of the show--this event makes me happy! This year I was unable to lug the studio to continue the BMX Legends Portrait Project so I just covered the event. What follows will be 300 edited pics I took during several passes. There will be some duplicates, but for those who couldn't be there, all these shots will hopefully make you feel like you were there! Enjoy!
  3. Finally got all the editing done in the Ernie Alexander Roast--you will find 150 shots below. What a great time! First off, I had no idea how awesome the Valley Relics Museum was--I would have gone just for that! Wish I had known about that place sooner. As for the roast, I didn't know what to expect. I had seen them before, but wasn't sure how a bunch of OS-BMX guys were going to do compared to professional comics. Well, the whole thing was actually very interesting and very funny! Everyone did an incredible job. Of course John Palfreman stole the show! Bottom line, it was a great event and I'm glad I made the trek from AZ and I hope to do it again next year!