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DIG BMX Mag – Issue 2023

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On the Cover: “No journey is too great when one finds what he seeks.” Corey Walsh getting a birds-eye view of the Pacific Ocean 35 feet above the edge of a cliff deep in Mexico for his second DIG cover (& our first cover shot from a lighthouse!) See the full story behind this wild spot on page 110 of this issue. Photo: Rob Dolecki

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CONTENTS

018-025: The 2023 DIG Photo Contest

Over three thousand photos later and we’ve finally picked our winners…

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034-041: The Trey Jones Interview

Finally some outspoken opinions that we can get firmly behind.

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056-049: The DIG Awards 2023

Our picks for best rider, best video, best crew and more…

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052-081: Project X

The CUT BMX and DIG concoct the mother of all road-trips.

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084-111: Active Shooter–Rob Dolecki

From hurricane spots–to trails–to train tracks, and plenty inbetween. Fifteen months on the road with the BMX photographer’s BMX Photographer.

112-121: Freak–An Interview with Rich Forne

“…I realized whatever we create would need to represent more than the current moment in time, it should represent the future.”

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122-128: Trust in the Process

The BSD Mixtape is coming and Dave Sowerby tells us why, how, who, what, and when.

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130-145: 2023 In Photos

Photographic highlights from the last 12 months, and Nathan Williams delivers yet again.

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150-159: Reflections–Julian Arteaga and Brett Silva

Burn Slow’s Adam Roye gets a guest designer spot and interviews two Austin pro transplants.

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162-165: Keep it Down

Scott Marceau introduces some Long Beach locals on the rise.

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168-175: Naija

The story behind the emergence of Nigeria’s new BMX scene and the construction of their first ever skatepark.

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178-191: Dennis Enarson & Perris Benegas ‘Integration’

First hand perspective on teamwork, forever pushing boundraies, and the most progressive women’s BMX video part to date.

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