Greystoke BMX Magazine (Vol.1)

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The Greystoke BMX Magazine (Vol.1) is an interesting read, coming from a 28 year old who thinks print is dead. Turns out this magazine is not just for old fogies by old fogies.  Greystoke is all things BMX, from the evolution of racing into freestyle, evolution of deathtrap bikes, ingenuity of making your own parts that don't suck, and some insight from very influential legends. Basically what we're saying is, if you have any interest in early BMX or want some perspective on how the bike you are riding today came about then checkout the Greystoke Magazine.


"Get stoked - Stay stoked.


Greystoke Magazine is the culmination of a lifelong obsession with BMX.

What it looks like. What it feels like. The how and why of doing it. Riding bikes.

Building bikes. Holding onto memories and creating new ones. Points and pieces of history. The riders who made it real. The riders still going all in, all the time.

The bikes you wanted. The bikes that made it happen.

Created by and for BMX people.

Not living in the past--Living right now.

BMX is all we know.

This is Greystoke.

Greystoke BMX Magazine is published twice yearly.

Issue one is 132 pages. Full color, full size, full bore.

“When BMX is for Life”


Issue One:

Dennis McCoy--The man who wouldn't stop riding
Mel Stoutsenberger--photographs of the future, from the past
Survivors--Never give up, never give in
Save your Generation--Evolution of the BMX bike 
Dog Bites--The Mad Dog rides again
Holy Grail--Origins of the most infamous bike in freestyle
POW House--When a house is less than a home
James Hudson Archives--The rise of the UK BMX mid-school
Dave Osato's Schwinn--Channeling the beast within
Still Freestylin'--Under the influence of Wizard Publications

Bikes, riders and riding--by riders, for riders"