Name: Cam Peake
Hometown: Leicester, England
Sponsors: Extreme, Profile Racing, Coyote Sports, NinjazGloves, HookitProducts
How do you usually find out about events happening in Europe?
Cam Peake: Well if it is a FISE contests then I will look on their websites for dates and where abouts they will be taking place and tick those off, but most of them I get a message on facebook or email from the organiser of a contest asking if I want to come to them.
You seem to go to a lot of them. Do you have supporting sponsors that help with your travel costs?
Cam Peake: Yes I have Coyote Sports and Extreme that help me with most of the contests and I will pay for the ones they can't.
It took a bit of time for the FATJAM report to make it on FATBMX. It took a bit of time to recover from the afterparty activities too I've got to admit. But slowly we're getting there. The 28th edition of the FATJAM goes down as another good one. Riders from all over the place showed up. Mark Vos cruised over from Zeeland, took his shirt off and started riding. Desmond Tessemaker and Nicky van der Veen brought their own half liters and did what they came to do. Mooon played a good set live on the field next to the trails. Soon we can turn the FATJAM
The New HARO Citizen Carbon frames now come with a completely new Gloss Black/Chevron Blue graphic package, along with internal rear cable routing and new rear dropouts, to fit 20mm, 15mm and 10mm rear hubs. This MY17 frame is amazing.
NEW Haro Carbon Citizen BMX Race frames:
· Built from M30-S and T0700 carbon with new internal rear brake cable routing
Daniel Sandoval is in The Netherlands waiting for the Pro Freestyle event in The Hague to happen. It's great to have riders like him come over for a Dutch event that has BMX Park on the schedule. We fired over some questions to Daniel and here are his replies.
How are your memories of The Netherlands? I guess you left the rebeljam comp on a high note in 2012?
Daniel: Yea it was a great time and it was an amazing event!
The Red Bull Framed Reactions in Amsterdam was a different event. What comes to mind when you think about that contest?
Daniel: That will be an event I will never forget! A contest where you hit a object and the ramps would be moved by a train! So insane but I loved it!
You were in Russia last weekend. What happened there?
Daniel: No comment.
The fifth season of ION’s bike department sees the introduction of a fifth product category: bike shoes. To mark the premiere of the footwear line, the brand is releasing two different models: a flat pedal bike shoe called Raid_Amp featuring classic lacing. And a clipless shoe named
Only a few days to go for the second and final edition of Pro Freestyle. The city of The Hague will be the host to the BMX Street contest. The first edition of Pro Freestyle was won by Anthony Perrin. But, does he also comes out on top in the overall ranking?
Top confirmed BMX Street athletes are:
-Anthony Perrin (winner Pro Freestyle Heerlen-Limburg 2016)
-Daan van Wezel
Submit your event today. Put it on the FATBMX event calendar. Put some effort in to promote your event other than making a Facebook invitation to invite your friends. This is a BMX calender that people will be checking next week as well.