|issue 39 - january 2000 (1)|
GT's Thomas Allier on the cover.
Harry Leary: in response to McGoo's editorial october 1999,
1999 NBL Grand Nationals,
Strieby brothers and trails in Indiana,
Danny Nelson interview and bike inspection,
Interview with Scott Wirch and No foot seat-grab how-to,
Y2K Dingo test,
Before they were pros...
CHRISTOPHE LEVEQUE PULL-OUT POSTER and INTERVIEW,
GEAR RATIO TECH.
|issue 40 - february 2000|
HUGE SNAP EAST COAST ROADTRIP - 15 SPOTS IN 15 DAYS BIGGEST NATIONAL EVER - ABA SOCAL; MTV SPORTS AND MUSIC FEST; STANDARD R-MODEL TEST; ADAM ALOISE DIRT JUMPING PULL-OUT POSTER.
|issue 41 - march 2000 (1)|
Neal Wood on the cover.
The finger bikes are here,
FUZZY HALL XL PULL-OUT POSTER,
2000 NORA CUP RESULTS WITH TOP TEN RIDERS INTERVIEWED: 1.Neal Wood 2.John Purse 3.Danny Nelson 4.Brian Foster 5.Alan Foster 6.Christophe Leveque 7.Matt Hadan 8.Thomas Allier 9.Matt Pohlkamp 10. Robert MacPherson
DIAMONDBACK MR LUCKY TEST.
|issue 42 - april 2000|
Shaun Butler on the cover,
Cory Nastazio Interview, Poster Ronnie Chalk.MONSTER PHOTO SPECIAL; TWO AMS; KNEE BRACE SHOOT-OUT; MOSH TEAM BIKE TEST; OTHER STUFF.
|issue 43 - may 2000|
Race Cover, NBL Christmas Classic, Poster Brian Foster.NBL COLUMBUS OHIO; NIRVE RAIL TEST; HUB BUYERS GUIDE; HOW-TO NO FOOTED STEP THRUS.
|issue 44 - june 2000|
TOURS, FRANCE RACE; POWERLITE BLITZ TEST; GT KING OF DIRT; ABA ONTARIO; FORK BUYER'S GUIDE; TJ LAVIN'S BIKE; ALAN FOSTER POSTER.
|issue 45 - july 2000|
TEXAS TRAILS ROADTRIP; ABA WINTER NATIONALS; CRAZY RONNIE ANDERSON; TWO DIRT JUMPING CONTESTS; Mike Parenti poster.
|issue 46 - august 2000 (1)|
Nirve's Dale Holmes on the cover,
12 car jump off: Colin Winkleman, Adam Strieby, Robbie Miranda.
Brian Foster deals with dual knee surgery,
HOW TO TAILWHIPS by Joey Garcia,
REDLINE JOHN PURSE TEST; TONS AND TONS AND TONS OF TRAILS.
|issue 47 - september 2000|
Reuel Erickson Cover, CFB dirt round 2; ABA EAST COAST NATIONALS; BRANDON 'PUNJAB' PUNDAI INTERVIEW; WORKBENCH POINTERS; HOW TO 360 TURNDOWN.
|issue 48 - october 2000 (1)|
Hyper's Lucas Porzio with a big no foot cancan high above the jumps at the King Of Dirt comp in NYC on the cover.
Jamie Staff Interview,
Poster Neal Wood,
NEW YORK KING OF DIRT;
DK DIRT CIRCUIT, ROUND 2;
STORM CYCLONE BIKE TEST;
NBL EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
|issue 49 - november 2000 (1)|
Race Cover, Vans Triple Crown round 1, NBL Southpark PA, CFB Dirt Finals, HIGH AIR JUMPING CONTEST; HARO VS MONGOOSE DIRT JUMPING CRUISER TEST; JOSH STRICKER PULL-OUT POSTER.
|issue 50 - december 2000|
Mike Aitken on the cover,
Poster Matt Beringer.
History of Snap magazine.
DC Shoes road trip.
6 signature race bikes tested.
Vans Triple Crown round 2.
Specialized/TJ Lavin pull-out poster.
|issue 51 - january 2001 (1)|
Mongoose's Todd Walkowiak on the cover.
Flashback. Gone, but not forgotten.
NBL Grands, Vans Triple Crown Finals, Poster Chris Sanchez PULL-OUT POSTER.
|issue 52 - february 2001|
Van Homan on the cover.
Northwest Road Trip
Free Agent Limo Test
Poster John Purse.
ABA FALL NATIONALS
|issue 53 - march 2001 (1)|
Joey Garcia with a backwards bar tailwhip on the cover,
ABA Grands, Cory Nastazio Poster, NORA CUP AWARDS; CONNECTICUT TRAILS; MINI RACE BIKES: MCS MANTIS & POWERLITE EXPERT, Coming up: Adam Baker and Rob Darden, The making of a video game.
|issue 54 - april 2001|
Ronny Chalk Cover, Photo Issue, Poster Brian Foster. BOB TEDESCO + CLAYTON JOHN Q+A. ERIC ABBADESSA INTERVIEW. STEROIDS IN BMX. SUPERSIZE SHOTS.
|issue 55 - may 2001|
Christophe Leveque on the cover,
SoCal Scene, 5 Ams, Alan Foster Poster.
|Beginning with the 2001 June issue, Snap is changing its title to Transworld BMX.
A partir du numéro de juin 2001, SNAP devient Transworld BMX.
|James Ayres, Transworld BMX's Associate Editor, February 27, 2001: For those of you who haven't heard about the change that's about to take place with Snap, you better sit down because it's a big one. Beginning with the June issue, Snap is changing its title to Transworld BMX, and it's going to be a whole new ballgame. I'm sure many of you are wondering why the change. There are two reasons. First, we're changing the name so that the title is more visible in stores. When a rider is looking for his/her favorite BMX magazine on the newsstands, Snap doesn't catch the eye as quickly as it should. We felt it was important to have BMX in the title so people would automatically know what they were seeing. Second, we're changing things based on reader feedback. More and more letters were coming in asking for more street, ramp, and freestyle coverageso many that we couldn't ignore them. What exactly does all of this mean? First, it doesn't mean that we're in trouble. Snap was good, but we want to be better. Nobody's going out of business, getting laid off, or anything else. In fact, if you check out the Web site, we're actually looking for a few key people to help us out with the new mag. Second, it doesn't mean that we're not covering racing anymore. Racing is still a very important part of the magazine and we're going to continue covering races, as well as doing race bike inspections, tests, and interviews with various racers. Snap's Editor, Keith Mulligan and I each have deep racing roots, so if you think for a second we're trying to somehow "phase out" racing, think again. If you already have a subscription to Snap, expect to see a new magazine showing up on your doorstep soon. If you're not a subscriber, get ready to become one. It's going to be worth it.|