Sign up for the Vans BMX Pro Cup in Malaga. Limited spots available. Event Dates: May 5-7, 2017 Venue: Skatepark Malaga Ruben Alcantara Malaga, Spain
Participants: Up to 80 riders total (men and women) If 5 or more women are confirmed, they will ride in their own heat in the Regional Qualifier semi-final Age: 16 years + (Minors must have a parent or guardian complete registration on-site) Entry Fee: $50 US (Paid at event registration, cash only) Course: Concrete park – Helmets are required for all practices and competitions – 20″ BMX bikes only – RQ registration is open to riders from all countries
Regional Qualifiers (RQ): Cash and prizes to the top 10 – Top 10 Regional Qualifiers advance to the Vans BMX Pro Cup Spain Semi-Final – Top 3 Regional Qualifiers also earn an invite to the Vans BMX Pro Cup World Championship at the Vans US Open in Huntington Beach, CA • RQ 1st place – Flight/Hotel for Vans US Open, $1000 US • RQ 2nd place – Hotel for Vans US Open, $600 US • RQ 3rd place – Hotel for Vans US Open, $400 US
In association with Skateland, Soulcycle BMX Shop organises the ‘SOULCYCLE X SKATELAND - APRIL FOOL’S DAY BMX JAM’ as a promotion kick off for the Urban Sports Week Amsterdam 2017. During the day there will be best trick contests in jam format for kids and amateurs! There will be a “Nail The Rail” contest for the PRO riders! The complete setup includes a handrail, banks, downledges and more! *DJ KING KOEN will play some sick tunes during the “Nail The Rail” jam!
With the April Fool’s Day BMX Jam we want to include the whole BMX scene! Whether you are a little shredder or an old one, a beginner or an advanced rider, there will be a best trick contest for your level and age! Besides that we want to involve new people into BMX and show them what BMX is all about! Fun, good times, going crazy and SHRED YOUR BIKE! Don’t miss this jam because going to be OFF THE HOOK!
Do you want to join the SOULCYCLE X SKATELAND - APRIL FOOL’S BMX JAM? Sign up here:
Celebrating the X Games debut in Minnesota, X Games will bring premiere racing action to fans at Mall of America on Thursday, July 13, to kick off the inaugural event in front of one of the top tourist destinations in the country. Joining U.S. Bank Stadium in downtown Minneapolis as a venue for the world’s premiere action sports competition and youth culture experience, Harley-Davidson Flat Track Racing at Mall of America will feature athletes racing high-performance motorcycles in close proximity around an oval track at speeds up to 130 mph. With the roots of Flat Track Racing dating back to the early 1900s, the sport is one of the most traditional motorcycle racing disciplines.
Starting that day and through Sunday, July 16, ESPN and ABC will televise a combined 18.5 hours of live X Games coverage, which will also be accessible via WatchESPN and WatchABC to viewers who receive their video subscription from an affiliated provider. Additional coverage of sports and music will be carried on ESPN3 as well as the latest coverage across ESPN digital platforms, including XGames.com,
Vans pays tribute to over 50 years of “Off The Wall” design history by releasing the Anaheim Factory pack, a collection of Classic silhouettes that draws inspiration from the original footwear produced in Anaheim, California. When Vans opened for business in 1966, a 400 sq. ft. retail store was connected to the front of the production factory, which sold a handful of simple canvas footwear. Today, Vans calls upon those early styling cues to release a modern update to Vans Icons. Every design element within the Anaheim Factory pack could be dated back to the late ‘60s and early ‘70s. Style numbers are used to signify the original design mold of three footwear models – the Authentic 44, Old Skool 46 and Sk8-Hi 38. Each style utilizes a marshmallow sidewall with a higher profile and is treated with a slight sheen that was present after going through Vans’ early vulcanization process. The entire offering features heavy a 10-oz. canvas and the Sidestripe models showcase a
The inaugural Vans BMX Pro Cup Series has touched down in Sydney, Australia to welcome the most talented BMX riders to the shores of Manly Beach for a premier showcase of BMX competition! With the final competitive field secured, the series’ first Global Qualifier event anticipates an explosive exhibition of invited pro riders, wildcards, and regional talent. Kicking off with an open Regional Qualifier (RQ) event earlier this week, the Vans BMX Pro Cup Series crowned Australian local Boyd Hilder as the first regional winner, leading an eager group of 12 top riders who advance to the main event beginning March 3. The event will host two Best Trick obstacle challenges, sponsored by LUX BMX, granting the most creative and innovative riders with a special cash prize.
As preparations for the 2017 Nitro World Games get underway, a second wave of athletes has been added to the ground breaking action sports competition, airing in primetime on NBC from Salt Lake City’s Rice-Eccles Stadium on Saturday, June 24. The 2016 second and third place finishers in FMX, BMX Best Tricks, BMX Triple Hit and Skate Best Trick are invited to the Nitro World Games semifinals (taking place on Friday, June 23, also at Rice-Eccles Stadium). Earning a place on the podium last year now gives them the opportunity to skip qualifying and advance directly to the semifinals, just one step away from the epic final round. Only the top eight athletes in each discipline will then advance
Every February when we launch the helmets, fans come from all over the world to get a piece of technology, art and protection. Last year we increased the amount of EPS for better energy management in impacts along with the implementation MIPS rotational impact protection system, left no doubt the king of helmets would remain. The only helmet to win the reader polls year in and year out, the only helmet to win Olympic BMX Gold, Downhill World Cup Gold and RedBull Rampage gold.
Markit is a crew of good friends who all love shredding bikes, filming clips, and going on trips together. Featuring the riding from Chad Kerley, Connor Lodes, Dennis Enarson, Mike Jonas, Geoff Slattery, Rob Wise, Ronnie Napolitan and Christian Rigal, Markit Zero is our first full length feature. Enjoy!
Troy Lee first came into the BMX market by doing custom painted helmets. Although not cheap, all designs were superb and your helmet stood out from all others. The only thing you needed to do was not crash and scratch up the bucket. But the early nineties are far behind us. TLD moved into the helmet business using their own paint designs, started doing racing gear, safety gear, bags and clothing.
Now it's time to introduce the Troy Lee Designs sportswear line making their range even bigger. Feel free to check their website to do some shopping.
Chase Krolicki is the newest member of the BMX Freestyle squad. Having grown up in the Michigan BMX scene, Krolicki has been surrounded by long-time veterans of the industry as well as up-and-coming pros who have helped him develop a unique style. “I’m stoked to have Chase on the team,” said Ben Ward, GT BMX Team and Product Manager. “I first met Chase in 2014 on a road trip to Detroit, Michigan. I was immediately impressed with his attitude and his riding. Then, I saw his part in The Michigan Video, and he blew me away. He has the new school technical moves, but he’s not afraid to send it when he has a chance. I’ve stayed in touch with Chase since then, and jumped at the opportunity to work with him at a brand level. The crew and I are more than excited to get Chase into the mix. 2017 is going to be seriously fun.”