2014/10/1 7:23:56 (58 reads)
2014/10/1 5:40:00 (63 reads)
RDV for the last stop of the FISE Experience BMX Finals in Besançon (France) this weekend (October 4-5th) on "la Rodia" spot. 2000€ prize money and for the overall winner one ticket to win for the Fise World Series 2015. Confirmed riders for the moment are: Jack Clark, Daniel Wedemeijer, Jack Watts, Troy Haward, Tom Isted, Quentin Bourdoiseau,
2014/10/1 3:00:00 (88 reads)
Entries are now open for the 2015 BMX Australia National Series to be held over nine absorbing rounds on some of the best tracks in the country, and promises to be the best series to date. Entries are now open for rounds one to eight, with intended participants encouraged to spread the word and ensure entry is secured before it’s too late by visiting the BMX Australia website on bmxaustralia.com.au or by registering through My BMX. The format for the 2015 National Series has increased, and will now see competition take place across nine rounds, with racing to be held in south-east Queensland, Victoria, Western Australia and Queensland’s far north coast before finally concluding at the National Championships in Brisbane.
The series starts with rounds one and two to be held at Nerang BMX Club on the Gold Coast from January 2 – 3, before the series moves south to the host site of the 2014 National Championships in Shepparton, Victoria for rounds 3 and 4 to be held over the weekend of February 7 – 8.
2014/10/1 2:50:00 (82 reads)
2014/10/1 1:30:00 (133 reads)
My sister and I started racing BMX a few weeks ago. All of a sudden we needed some race gear to get on the track. My sister always got my old jerseys and pants but now she has a new set of her own; the ANSR Syncron Youth kit. She took it through the test tonight at the BMX track in Erp, Netherlands, that's where we ride two times a week. I asked her what she liked about the new gear and here is what she said:
Veerle: "First of all I'm happy with the new race gear. It makes me look cool. The gloves do not have a lot of protection on top, but they fit sweet. The inside has some good grip on the grips so I won't slip my hands of the handlebars. I like it that the left and the right glove have different colours. It looks like I bought two pairs. The jersey fits well. I just got some new body armor which fit well under the jersey. The pants are smooth on the inside. It feels nice to slide them on. My knee caps/shin guards fit nicely under the pants because there is extra room for it. Also the stretch material make it fit like a glove. The belt keepts the pants on my hips."
2014/9/30 19:20:00 (142 reads)
Hometown: Velddriel, Netherlands
Team sponsors: Meybo, Box Components, Tioga, NOC/NSF, KNWU, Lotto, Rabobank, Troylee Designs
Personal sponsors: Red Bull, N. Adriaanse transport, TB, Kissaki, Gform.
What is the best track you rode on in 2014?
Twan van Gendt: I just love the big tracks! Papendal And Chula vista (London). It’s wide open with some hard jumps.
What was the worst track you had to ride in 2014 in your opinion?
Twan van Gendt:I think the supercross indoor tracks, I don’t like them we have too much speed for going 3 or 4 wide into the first turn. Because of that there are too much unnecessary crashes.
Who did the raddest move on the track in 2014?
2014/9/30 17:00:00 (136 reads)
2 BRYCE HOCKING, HARO/PROMAX, INDIANAPOLS, IN
3 JARED BECKER, BECKER FITNESS, GLENDALE, AZ
4 CODY STEVENS, TAURANGA
5 PAUL WASSENAAR, BELLFLOWER BICYCLES/BFR, BELLFLOWER
6 CHRISTOPHER MIRELES, ZAPOPAN, JAL
7 KYLE BASTIN, DOUBLE REYNOLDS/SUPERCROSS, FONTANA, CA
8 DAMIEN LACOMBE, PC-BMX, ROCKWALL, TX
2014/9/30 16:20:00 (110 reads)
2014/9/30 15:30:00 (123 reads)
$350 USD gets you a whole lot of HARO these days. The HARO Boulevard has everything an entry level rider needs. Of course it does not come with a freecoaster and full cromo tubes and parts but the price is right for this machine. Available in three colours so most likely it is available in a colour that you like.
Enjoy the pics and the parts list and then head to your HARO dealer with that well earned $350,= USD in your pocket. Look for the destination, your HARO will take you there.