bombenkrater fusion

bikers, trickjumpers, and an aspective vision of cyberculture    At the city of Munich’s southern fringe, bordering to the rich people’s pseudo-gated-community Grünwald, there is a quite remarkable location to be found right at the river Isar’s shore. In between the forest’s majestic trees there is a literal chaos of ramps, ridges, holes, rootwork, and hillocks. There you can see youngsters and not-so youngsters—the latter coming close to belonging into my age-set—speeding and jumping havoc on mountain-, downhill-, and BMX-bikes. The site’s local name is “Bombenkrater” [German for bomb shell impact crater], because the unique structure of the terrain was … Continue reading