Blackout Distribution is excited to announce they have acquired Cinema BMX. Cinema offers a focused line of aftermarket BMX parts including hubs, rims, and complete wheels built upon its amazing team and strong image. More information on Cinema can be found at cinemabmx.com. Blackout distribution focus is in the BMX category and is excited to add Cinema to the brands it owns.
Cinema has a great expanding product line.Founded in 2009, Cinema has built a great foundation that Blackout can grow upon. We will expand distribution in both the US and Worldwide. Cinema has built strong demand and we’re excited to fill it.
After season-long competitions that saw the most consistent athletes crowned UCI World Cup winners, the best event organisers are also being rewarded.
Stakeholders at the UCI BMX Supercross World Cup have voted for the best event of each of the series, taking into account different criteria including organisation, venue, course/track and atmosphere. The winner is….UCI BMX Supercross World Cup: Santiago del Estero (ARG).
The Argentinean city hosted the first of five rounds that made up the 2016 UCI BMX Supercross World Cup. The hospitality, “awesome” but not too difficult track, good organisation, full grandstands and relaxed atmosphere earned it the “best event” vote of the series.
As of November 1st 2016, we have moved our UK distribution operations of our BMX brands Éclat, Fuse Protection, and Salt / SaltPlus from Cycling Sports Group UK to Snap Distribution. We would like to thank Cycling Sports Group UK for everything it has done to grow and cultivate Éclat, Fuse Protection and Salt / SaltPlus for many years in the United Kingdom. At a time when CSG are applying more focus on its
As one show finishes, preparations are under way for the next. Following the 25th Eurobike, the Eurobike team has announced conceptional changes to the forthcoming editions of the leading trade show. In addition to next year’s Eurobike 2017 dates and schedule (Wednesday, August 30 to Saturday, September 2, 2017 – a concluding Festival Day), Messe Friedrichshafen announced the new dates for Eurobike 2018 – which kicks off on Sunday, July 8, 2018.
Mirraco and Haro bikes announced today the signing of a licensing agreement that will honor Dave Mirra’s long history with Haro bikes. The three-year agreement, with portions of the proceeds giving back to support and grow the sport, will provide Haro the opportunity to produce and sell modern-day interpretations of the signature models rode by Mirra during his ten-year run with Haro. “Together Dave and I enjoyed a long history with Haro, so I felt it was only fitting for Haro to be included in a broad-ranging initiative Mirraco has planned to preserve and honor Dave’s legacy,” said Jim Ford, Mirraco co-founder and president.
Haro Chief Operating Officer, Joe Hawk, said: “Dave Mirra was a integral part of Haro’s rapid growth in the nineties and beyond, and we welcome the opportunity to participate in the efforts Mirraco has initiated to preserve Dave’s legacy.”
Inspired by the bike featured on the Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX