Dig BMX Reviews
Description:BMX enthusiasts should enjoy this one.
Newest Review: ... feel a bit more involed . It always has good reviews, write up's, information, sic photography and a real styleish layout . ... more
Customer Dig BMX Reviews (2)
by - written on 19/09/08 (Useful, 10 readings)
I always think of dig as a real riders bmx mag . Not that the others are bad, this just feels a bit more core and you feel a bit more involed . It always has good reviews, write up's, information, sic photography and a real styleish layout . It stay's up to date with local goings on and has that feel that even the little jams or events are important and helps out the local scene. It's sick that it has the digitalcrunch; 'Readers photos' section so you to could get printed if you send in a flick of yourself. Like most mags it has loads of shop ads so if you go breaking bike parts and dont have a local shop, bingo your good to go. So go ride to your news stand ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/02/01, updated on 14/02/01
Dig bmx mag is one of the best bmx mags about, it contains up to date news and reviews from across the globe on every thing bmx. It mainly consentrates on street/flatland and dirt side on the bmx world. It also contains deals and local shops and clothings companys. It also contains useful bike set up tips and riding skills. This mag is great but could do with more dirt and to start including the race schene of bmx. This mag rules, buy it now. it gets 10/10 from me. ... Read the complete review
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