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Big Air Skateboarding by Jack David
BMX Freestyle by Ray McClellan
BMX Racing by Jack David
Caving by Jack David
Downhill BMX by Ray McClellan
Go-Kart Racing by Jack David
In-line Skating by Jack David
Kickboxing by Thomas Streissguth
Kiteboarding by Jack David
Moto-X Free Style by Jack David
Mountain Biking by Jack David
Paintball by Anne Wendorff
Rock Climbing by Hollie J. Endres
Skateboard Vert by Thomas Streissguth
Skateboarding Street Style by Thomas Streissguth
Snocross by Ray McClellan
Snowboarding by Hollie Endres
Supercross Racing by Jack David
SuperMoto by Ray McClellan
Surfing by Ray McClellan
Wakeboarding by Hollie Endres

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Bellwether Media (Publisher):

Catch big air on a skateboard, explore the underground world of caves, or perform tricks on a BMX bike. Eager readers will learn the skills, safety knowledge, and equipment necessary for these heart-racing sports. There is something for every reader who loves a good thrill!

Number of books in the series: 21

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