BMX Magazines are hard to find these days. Besides the rare special issues once a year, there's not much to flip through. PULL Magazine seems to appear on a regular basis still and you can enjoy the hard work that goes into each issue from you computer screen also, free of charge. The latest issue has an interview with Ava Corley, the 2021 National Number one Amateur girl who wants to stick to BMX to be the next fast female rider coming out of the USA. The magazine has 108 pages and on page 24 you can find the race report of the Cajun Nationals held in Louisiana.
Kevin Peraza's signature model Mongoose gets reviewed and on page 56 the Warwicke Scholarships get explained further. See where the $50K went. Page 62: Dixieland Nationals, georgia. Page 72; Fraser Valley Nationals, Canada.
Page 80 shows Laura Smulders (NED) in the lead at the Legacy Nationals in Tulsa, Oklahoma and also the Florida SCR Battles receive some coverage in the June issue of PULL magazine.
Besides the articles there is tons of info on standings, schedules, points etc. based on the American BMX Racing season.