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Check out athlete profiles, interviews and of course, the best footage and pictures of okes performing gravity-defying acts!

Backyard Jammer – Lanza van der Mescht

Meet up and coming female MotoX Enduro rider Lanza van der Mescht a.k.a ‘The Flying Dutchman’. She’s part of the ShredBettys team – the organization that was founded by female riders for female riders and she’s scrambling up some dirt on the local Enduro circuit. We chatted to Lanza about all things with two wheels and we hope to chat to more ladies like her in the future! Here’s to some of our local bettys kicking ass and taking names on the alternative sports scene.

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Backyard Jammer – Thalente Biyela

Thalente (meaning ‘talent’ in Zulu) is an up and coming skateboarder from Durbs. He’s aptly named as anyone will tell you who has seen this boy session – he’s definitely got the talent and a bag full of tricks. However unlike his contemporaries and the other okes that skate down by North Beach, Thalente is a street kid. This remarkable fella has big hopes and dreams for his skateboarding future, though - Thalente hopes to become one of the first black kids from South Africa to earn a living from skating. We chat to this young Backyard Jammer about being on the streets and how skateboarding has changed his life.

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Team Mongoose in South Africa – BMX Video

BMX heavyweights Paul Ryan and James Ivett spent 2 weeks in South Africa with our very own BMX legends Greg Illingworth and Stuart Loudon taking in the sites, getting some riding in and having a bit of jol. The full write can be found in issue 160 of Ride BMX UK. Check out the video of their visit!

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Darryl Curtis – 2012 Dakar Rally Interview

SA Offroad and Enduro Champion, two-time Roof of Africa winner and overall badass international competitor, Darryl Curtis returned home last week in pretty high spirits following his 22nd overall finish (and 2nd in the amateur division) in the 2012 Dakar Rally. 15 gruelling days through South America (Argentina, Chile, Peru), the Dakar Rally is the toughest, most dangerous off-road endurance race in the world and 2012 was no exception to casualties. Curtis’ 22nd place finish is impressive in itself, but when you consider this is his very first Dakar Rally, well, you really have to hand it to the South African rider. Having touched down at O.R.Tambo to a warm welcome home by friends, family and sponsors – Darryl took some time out for a little Q & A about this year’s Dakar with LW Mag.

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