Where my BMXers at? This is a true throwback piece from 1996. I remember sitting on my mom's couch with my 20-inch Diamondback Reactor positioned in front of me. My substrate was a cold-press toothy paper and my pencils ranged from 6H to 6B plus Ebony because black is not black enough. I was using one of those blonde wooden TV trays from Kmart (or similar). We did everything on this folding desk technology: smashed toes, pinched fingers and most importantly kept from actually having to talk to each other during dinner.
I was a tall girl, so at 22 years old and 5'10", my BMX bike and I were somewhat unmatched. I'm more than twice that age now, same height (thankfully) and still whipping on 20-inch blades.
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