Anyway, where to resume? There's the new Stricker, I suppose—now with the ever-important lower toptube and entirely superfluous (yet admittedly cool) headtube badge. But no, since S&M's flash-based site still renders it unlinkable, I'm gonna pass. Maybe I'll write a haiku about it later in the week.
What else is there? I haven't even looked at BMXfeed in God knows how long. Am I still a featured feed? Yes? Good. Even more of a reason to update.
Should I talk about the Nike video? Unlike some other people, I have no problem whatsoever with Nike being involved in BMX. And the video—at least the parts I've watched—is bananas. Garrett Reynolds obviously isn't human, and Dennis Enarson is suspect as well. Not sure why because they weren't that similar, but Enarson's part reminded me of Kurt Rasmussen's Left/Right part for some reason. It's weird that you can tell how light bikes are now just by watching videos. I have yet to watch Spinner's and Nigel's parts, but I presume they include a lot of tailwhips and barspins respectively. And Mirracos.
You know, I think I'll just leave off for now. Call it a comeback. And feel free to e-mail me about stuff or leave suggestions in the comments. I know there are things I wanted to talk about, but my memory's failing me. Damn old age. Or maybe it's the Morbid Angel.