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  1. Great movie! Based on a true story. Has anyone else seen this? I tried searching this site to see if there was a topic already but I didn't see one.
  2. I saw this posted on FB. Had to post it here. it identifies the bmx riders from the beginning of the movie “On Any Sunday”. These are the guys that sparked it all. COMPLETE! After 7 days we have found names for all (kids and the flagger! Wow! Special thanks to Faye Preston Campbell and Mark Mandeville ("Wheelie Kid") who found names from friend and friends of friends in San Clemente area. New ones are Jim Forester, Jay Janton and Greg Mardon. The flagger was Robert Carrillo. We will be making arrangements to interview all of those still around. 3 of the 8 are no longer with us. You "Kids" inspired millions. Thank you!
  3. Since not many of you venture over to this old section of the site. Figured I’d put a link here. https://bmxsociety.com/forum/68-video-archive-films-and-tv-shows-of-old-school-bmx/
  4. Was watching an old episode of Thrift Hunters on TV the other day and saw the guy pick up a RAD movie jacket. The show is basically two guys going around to Thrift Stores looking for treasures to sell on eBay. They weaseled their way to a warehouse owned by a small store and dug out a bunch of stuff, including this jacket. They both bought a pile of clothes for $10 each....then ran home and listed the jacket on the bay for $1000. He ended up haggling with a buyer and gettling $700. I have my thoughts....but let me know yours.