Issue 29 features a free dvd this time, Flygt, which is a local dvd from Denmark. We are looking to portray skating from all over the world and to give you the best value for your money, so this time you not only get the print mag but also a free dvd to go along with the issue (more info about the dvd can be found below)
Issue 29 features yet again a fine mix of skating content. You will be taken to the negative side of Chris Farmer. Thought that negatives are away? Then you were wrong and Chris Farmer proves it to you. On the other continent Gabriel Hyden shows you why he is currently all the hype with an epic interview. Ski has always been in the limelight so we decided to showcase him with another What The Hell Has He been up to story. One of the modern epicenters for skating is and has been San Francisco. Think back to the old issues of VG and you've always seen a lot of SF coverage. Spool forward to now and there is still so much going on there. Time for a little history lesson and a look behind the scenes of San Francisco. Then we take you again across the pond to one of the epicenters of skating in Europe, Barcelona. As seen and skated by the Powerslide team. Their finest US riders meet the cream of the crop from Europe. Our good friend Richie Eisler told us that he wanted to tour again, so we were happy to see his version of a skate tour. A relaxed and good time between friends, exactly what makes skating special. Of course we also had an eye on the current competitions and covered the Superhick, the Fise and Summerclash for you. This issue also features another Be-Mag classic, the Soulstealing section with the finest shots and a lot more.