Coopers Cycles. Portsmouth and Southsea's BMX & cycle specialists, established for over 34 years.
We specialise in BMX and can supply all the latest bikes and components from any manufacturer.
Coopers is now a rider owned company, run by Keith Cowans, Southsea's BMX genius. Located towards the end of Cosham high street, the shop is yards away from the M27.
The Fifth Annual Bicycle Film Festival 2005 in NYC, LA, London, San Francisco, and Tokyo, and as part of RESFEST Seoul and all our parties were a lot of fun. We sold out or filled the house at most of our events this year. There is definitely something going on here
These pages were put up to provide some context for those curious about C.H.U.N.K. 666. We are a mutant bicycle jaunting club and tallbike youth brigade with members in Portland, Oregon and Brooklyn, New York.
The ".org" domain notwithstanding, Critical Mass is not an organization, it's an unorganized coincidence. It's a movement ... of bicycles, in the streets.
Accordingly, this isn't the official Critical Mass web page, because there is no official Critical Mass web page. There are, however, a bunch of unofficial web pages.
Critical Mass is a monthly bicycle ride to celebrate cycling and to assert cyclists' right to the road. The idea started in San Francisco in September 1992 and quickly spread to nearly 400 cities all over the world. This site attempts to be the most complete guide to local Critical Mass rides around the globe.
website of Links Listings and
BMX Information Sources....
Genesbmx.com is now into it's
10th year! "1997-2006" and is
Leading the BMX community
in to its full bmxing potential.
Welcome to the Portland Critical Mass website. You can now read about past rides, scratch your head over summaries of recent discussions with the police (under News), join or start a discussion on the Forum, and find other Critical Mass and bicycling resources under Links.
The BMX Riders Organization (BRO) is a broad-based group of riders from the various disciplines of BMX. BMX freestyle is not only a valid sport, but an art form. Our goal is to protect, preserve and promote our sport and form of expression.
We work to encourage awareness of the legal and social issues surrounding the sport, and to provide a voice for its participants. We also work to foster a sense of community between BMX Riders, the public and athletes of similar sports, such as skateboarding.
BRO is non-hierarchical and anyone, anywhere is welcome to start a local chapter. The founders request to be kept informed about local happenings and provide a website and message board to foster communication between groups.
* Advocate for public riding areas for BMX.
* Lobby private facilities to offer the same services to BMX that they do to other sports.
* Try to counteract anti-BMX prejudice wherever it is found.
BRO does not:* Sponsor riders.* Profit from BMX in any way.
Firemans Texas Cruzer was born in an Austin garage in June 1998. A return to the days of 26" BMX, the idea quickly went from a napkin drawing to a locally welded frame. The prototype was tested during that summer, and later that fall reached production as a frame and fork.
A few years back, being a graphic designer by trade, I was making number plates for myself, when everybody started telling me to sell them. So, "HRPdesigns Custom BMX Number Plates" was born in late 2003. It helps to pay for my racing and bike parts, and that is all I could hope for.
Steve Staats started designing frames in 1995 with the mere intention of building a stronger, lighter frame for his own two sons, Ryan and Alex Staats. The rest, as they say, is history. STAATS BICYCLES was born!