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Here you will find old school BMX books fro mthe 70's and 80's.

Any magazines not listed above can be found here.

This page is dedicated to the BMX magazines and books from the land downunder.  Here you will find issues of BMX Pancake, BMX Torque, Australasian BMX News and others.

(1980- 1988) - Evolving from the magazine 'Minicycle/BMX Action', Super BMX was an alternative to the main BMX publications.

(1984 - 1989) - The original and best freestyling BMX magazine ever produced.

(1989 - 1992) - In late 1989, Wizard Publications took their two flagship magazines (BMX Action and Freestylin') and combined them into one awesome read.  And thus, GO - The Rider's Manual was born.

(1976 - Present) - Though it never had the edge of BMX Action, BMX Plus was in many the more informative magazine.  It's race coverage was often more indepth and usually had more bike tests.

MAGAZINES

(1976 - 1989) - Considered the bible of BMX back in the day, BMX Action was the coolest and most ground-breaking magazine of its time and set the standard that all others tried to emulate.

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