Nous avions tissé des liens forts avec Jerry lors des courses internationales que ce soit en coupe du monde ou aux Worlds. Jerry c’était un exemple pour nous, toujours le sourire et la bonne humeur, posé, sympa et avenant, notre grand-père BMX à tous. Il va vraiment beaucoup nous manquer au bord des tracks…
Jerry, we’re gonna miss you so much on the edge of the tracks.
« A Note From BMXmania.com Web Dude, Jerry Landrum
I will always be a BMXer…..and I never thought that I’d be writing this, but I am saying Goodbye and Thanks to the fine sport of BMX Racing that I have loved, raced and ridden since 1985 and reported on and lived through BMXmania.com since 1996.
It’s been an honor to have been involved in this awesome, crazy sport from the grass roots to the Olympics and destinations in between. I have many great memories of my time on and around the world’s BMX tracks and send much love to my many friends that I have made through my involvement over three decades.
I’ve still got my Ssquared cruiser dialed in and will make sporadic trips to my local track at the Indy Cycloplex because I will ALWAYS love riding my BMX, and I do have a couple of projects to finish up before I hang up my BMX photo gear for good, but for the most part my full time involvement in BMXing has come to an end. (Unless, of course, someone out there needs a grubby BMX Photo Bum to take some Happy Snaps, let me know…..I can be bought!)
BMXmania.com will still occupy this space on the internet since there are a lot of BMX Memories contained herein, so stop by sometime and check out what there is to see, ride hard, wear your helmet and Watch The Lights!. »
Jerry Mania / BMXMANIA@GMAIL.COM«