BMXTRIX (see note below) does allow limited use of site Content (see note below) on other websites and forms of media if the following terms and conditions are fully met and that full understanding of all definitions are realized.

  1. USAGE:
    No more than 10% of your site may contain content from BMXTRIX.  As a basic concept websites should be original and if you are using more than 10% of the content from BMXTRIX than you aren't creating an original site, you are plagiarizing to much from BMXTRIX.
    No content from the "Rider Submitted Galleries" may be used anywhere else under any reason.
    BMXTRIX or a contributor maintains copyright of ALL Content on BMXTRIX.  As such any site that uses Content MUST include a notice of copyright on their site (use this one or one similar).  If you don't already know- ART is copywritten the moment the artist creates it.  Therefore any site that HAS content (all of them) HAS a copyright- whether or not it is stated and using Content may be punishable.  Please remind people that your site has a copyright.
  3. E-MAIL:
    If you are using any Content send an e-mail to: after the content is available so that BMXTRIX can review your site and check that rules are being followed.  In simple terms- let us know you are borrowing some stuff.  Include the URL of your site and what you will be using- let us know that you have already read the Rules Of Copyright and plan to adhere to them.
    Your site may NOT charge for content.  This has not ever been seen yet- but should it ever be seen then BMXTRIX will ask that you remove content immediately.  BMXTRIX worked on the site and gives away the content for free.  Do not expect to make one dollar off the work done here.
    Anyone that uses BMXTRIX Content must store it on their own Internet server and not link to it directly on the servers that BMXTRIX uses.  If you need space try to store it on Tripod, or Xoom which will allow movies and other Content.
    NO site may link directly to a single page within BMXTRIX from their frames page (thereby making is look like it is theirs).  Under VERY special circumstances a few sites have been granted permission to do this.  If you advertise your site in Ride Magazine, and have a TOTALLY kick ass website and ask VERY professionally then perhaps BMXTRIX will allow this to happen....  But don't count on it.  It would be better to just link through and open it in a new window if you are using frames.  Any links directly to BMXTRIX should go directly to - though in the future it may be possible to link directly to more specific locations.
  7. PROPS:
    Acknowledgement of where you got the Content is perhaps one of the biggest rules to follow...  It is also the most specific...
    A.  A note that the content was received from BMXTRIX and a link to BMXTRIX must appear on the page that the Content is used on.
    B.  If the Content is a movie or an image that appears on its own page then the link to BMXTRIX may appear on the page that links to the Content.
    C.  A link from your links page is NOT enough.  Links pages are nice... but are NOT the same thing as giving credit for where your content came from.
    D.  An addtional link must appear somewhere on your site that links to through one of the provided logos below or from one that you make up on your own and send to BMXTRIX for approval.  The link logos below are relatively small in size, and newer logos will also be made available here for people to link to BMXTRIX through.

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So you violated half the rules... so what?

PENALTIES:  To begin with there will be an e-mail sent to whoever claims to be the webmaster or creator of the site that is breaking BMXTRIX rules.  If no e-mail is available but there is a Guest Book (message board) then that will be used to communicate with the webmaster.  If in ONE WEEK no response is heard from the webmaster then BMXTRIX will take action to have the site removed from the Internet.  If no e-mail address is available then action will be taken to remove the site from the Internet.   99% of web space providers follow International Laws on copyright and will remove any site without notice (Geocities, Tripod, NBCI, etc.).  Should a webmaster respond they will have one additional week (two weeks total) to change their site to meet the above requirements.  If at that time the site is still not in compliance then it will be up to BMXTRIX as to whether or not to take further action.

In all honesty:  BMXTRIX has been a huge part of my life.  I have added it to my list of hobbies and have spent hundreds of hours creating videos, writing how-to's, writing stories, editing content from others, doing layout, and responding to (literally) thousands of e-mails.  It has been VERY hard work (but fun) for me.  If you are trying to be in compliance or are close I probably won't even comment on it.  Some minor misses aren't going to bug me.


BMXTRIX is defined as any of the following as viewed throughout this site:, ~P~, or Paul Vail as well as a number of contributors to the site.

Content is defined as follows:  All words, images, photos, videos, and sounds you see on BMXTRIX is what justifies the content.