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i got interviewed for the NJ BMX website run by a friend named brett middaugh, brett was a team manager for the east coast general team in the late 80's, he came by my house and BS'd for a while....

 

here is a link to the interview

 

http://www.ver3.brokenspokes.net/index.php...3&Itemid=91

 

enjoy

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Nice one, BP. I like Brett's site. The guy has passion and the effort shows.

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Great interview and pics too. Congrats on the story mate.

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That's really cool that Brett came up there .

nicely written piece too :)

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Brian's the first person I look to when I'm trying to find a part -- any part. LOL

 

Great interview. Gettin' me all the more hyped for Summer Slam 5-oh!

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Awesome Brian

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Wow very cool, nice site aswell

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dope.....cool stuff brian!! :True:

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Brian, great story.

I'm glad I traveled to California because for once it was finally nice to sit down and talk with you and Jeff.

I've met your wife and kids and you are wonderfully blessed.

But there is always too much going on at your parties, and the rides are few and far between, to actually sit down and get to know you personally.

Yes thats right I flew across the country 2800 miles from NY to California and spent a few days biking, chilling, travelling, meeting, adventuring with Brian and Jeff. 2 guys I hardly knew from Adam, and I had the time of my life.

 

If you are new to the site and you have the resources to attend SummerSlam or another bike related function please do yourself a favor and make every attempt within your means to check it out.

I have been saying this since the very first event I attended, JKOASR, and the first gathering I attended at Steve Jain's house in 2004.

Pursuing the hobby I always wanted to participate in as a youngster as an adult has never disappointed me in any way.

All my friends from college, and high school, that do not ride bikes or lost interest long ago think my enthusiasm is crazy.

I am happy to have met so many people who enjoy bikes and are well rounded, mild mannered, family oriented people who are "like me".

Give your families and yourselves a hug tomorrow.

Hope to see you on the 15th.

Edited by glenn

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Wow. Nice. I totally forgot I was a member of that site. lol Great write up, good read. When I ever get back home I'll have to check that out. :lol: :lol:

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Cool.... keepin it alive in your garage is a great idea man. Nice job!

:OSThumbsUpPeace[1]:

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There's gonna be a little "live" verbage from Brian later on next month on the site as well, on our new webshow, brokenspokes BMX.

 

I've noticed that Brian is a man of little words who has a lot to say.

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