|volume 3 issue 8 - january 1989
|volume 3 issue 9 - february 1989
|volume 3 issue 10 - march 1989
|volume 3 issue 11 - april 1989 (1)|
Jason Hughes doing a form of Bitch-stick in the SoCal sunshine on the cover. Photo by Peter Hawkins.
First BFA Open contest of 1989 at Farnham: "...Jason Davies is known more for his flatland than he is for ramps ..."
Jason Hughes interview.
Tony Hawk and Rodney Mullen interviews.
Tom Lynch interview.
|volume 3 issue 12 - may 1989|
SCOTT CARROLL IN OMAN.
CARLO GRIGGS INTERVIEW.
ABERDEEN SKATE SCENE.
|volume 4 issue 1 - june 1989|
Graham Marfleet invert at the Paris Worlds on the cover. Photo: Mark Noble.
Who is Albert Retey ?
|volume 4 issue 2 - july 1989 (scanned by Bobby 1304 - download)
Paul Brown out of the Southsea snake run bowl on the cover.
Rob Alton interview.
Testing Mongoose Decade.
Testing Zeronine Pro XL.
How to: reverse trolley.
Testing GT Pro Tour.
BFA National round 1 at Manchester's Bury Centre.
|Invert / Freestyle volume 1 issue 1 - august 1989 (1)
Tommy Guerrero and Scott Carroll turndown on the cover. Photos by Mark Noble.
Rob Ridge enters a locomotive from chicken whips on the page of contents.
Who are us ? Kris and Mark Noble.
Scott Carroll interview.
Bones brigade tour.
Ramps in your backyard: The Cain ramp, the MAP ramp.
Wayne Ryder art.
Slagharen Euro Cup.
|Freestyle BMX became Invert in august 1989.
Mark Noble, august 2003: We changed the name, when we relaunched the magazine and started bringing in skateboarding as well. We kinda mixed it up a bit, we had good skate photographers, the whole scene was changing, and it was so small, and people were getting into both. And the name Invert covered both, so it fitted.