BMX media is a tough game. We do a lot of stuff we want to do. We also do some stuff to keep the lights on. We don't always get it right and I don't make any claims that we can't do better.

I’ve typed and deleted a couple of sentences and I guess I just feel like I’m out of ways to say the same thing… BMX media is a tough game. We do a lot of stuff we want to do. We also do some stuff to keep the lights on. We don’t always get it right and I don’t make any claims that we can’t do better. Especially at this point, we’re a work in progress. Trey’s ideas and thoughts are valid, but the examples and facts he brought along with them were not…I just wanted to set some of the facts straight. From there, you’re welcome to draw any conclusion you’d like… Thanks to Imprimatur and Mike Hinkens for giving me the chance to rebut a few things.


From Imprimatur
​Synopsis: In this edition of the ImprimaturBMX Podcast Mike Hinkens brings back Ryan Fudger (formerly of RideBMX and now of OurBMX) to discuss both media outlets, specifically some of the issues raised about them in our recent podcast with Trey Jones. In this episode, they address perception versus reality when it comes to running a BMX media outlet, the role of BMX media outlets in the BMX industry and culture, and even that pesky @BMX instagram handle.

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