Nitro Circus is a collection of the world’s best action sports athletesand at X Games Minneapolis last weekend, the Nitro boys put their skills on display. Earning atotal of nine X Games Medals, Nitro Circus athletes cleaned up proving once again they are atthe top of their game. In BMX Big Air, James Foster took Gold in a dramatic finish while Kurtis Downs made his X Games debut stomping a solid run earning him the Bronze medal.
Monster Energy, the official energy drink of X Games Minneapolis 2017, congratulates its athletes on a hugely successful weekend of competition. The world-class team took a total of 14 medals across skateboarding, BMX, and Moto disciplines with four gold, seven silver and three bronze. Visit monsterenergy.com for exclusive content on all the team’s successes. The four-day event made its inaugural debut in the Twin Cities at the state-of-the-art U.S. Bank Stadium in downtown Minneapolis drawing significant crowds with an estimated overall attendance of more than 100,000 fans.
For the opening night on Thursday, July 13, fans watched Skateboard Vert and BMX Vert finals
Each summer for ten years, Brittany (West of France ) becomes the center of the extreme sports because of the finist'air show. The "breton " event on the 27 August is currently one of the best freestyle event in Europe. the best FMX, BMX flat, BMX dirt riders in the world will be there. We have a new FMX Park, It's a unique opportunity in France to See the brand news tricks for each sport. The riders really enjoy to come to the finist'air show and they will be performing tricks exclusives for this event.
The BMX / MTB Dirt stars Logan Martin, Anthony Napolitan, Pat Casey, Brandon Loupos, Szymon Godziek, Dawid Godziek, Pavel Aleksandr, Vincent Massardier, Anthony jeanjean and Medhi Gani Will be as spectacular than the freestyle riders because the jump are huge.
This year, BMX flat is back with the two famous Matthias Dandois and Viki Gomez Who have been world champion several times.
This year, Tom Pagès, is without doubt the star of this sport, will be performing alongside the main adversary of world tour, Clinton Moore, Jacko Strong, Taka Higashino,Tom Robinson, Pat Bowden et jey Rouanet.
You got it, like every year, the finist'air show is going to bring heavy stuff again, no superfluity, just the
Officially sponsoring X Games for the fourth year, Monster Energy proudly announces its team of athletes headed to X Games Minneapolis 2017, which makes its debut in the Twin Cities from July 13-16 at U.S. Bank Stadium in downtown Minneapolis to compete for X Games gold and prize money. With four days of competition ahead, the Monster Energy team is ready for action. X Games Minneapolis 2017 has an incredible weekend in store, seamlessly blending completion across Skate, BMX, Moto X and Flat Track racing disciplines, as well as a variety of entertainment, music and activities suited for the whole family throughout X Fest, which will be located in the Medtronic Plaza at U.S. Bank Stadium and The Commons across the street in downtown Minneapolis. Monster Energy will feature athlete autograph signings, brand ambassadors, sampling and an outdoor lounge at X Fest.
It’s that time of year again! Summer is in full swing, the sun is shining and our new website is uploaded and live with the new 2018 SE bikes! If you thought we couldn’t top last year’s line of bikes, you better think again! For our 2018 line of bikes, we have refined our line-up and gone back to our roots. With four new models, you’ll see more BMX bikes in the line than ever before. Check out some of the highlights.
Mike Buff is a BMX pioneer who helped introduce freestyle BMX to the world. As one of the original godfathers of freestyle, Mike rode a PK Ripper in the early 1980s when he was a member of the legendary BMX Action Trick Team. The Mike Buff Big Ripper resonates with the same style of the PK Ripper that Mike made famous, but this year’s version is built with big ol’ 29” wheels.
The Simple Summer Session riders list for the event in Riga on 26 August 2017 is starting to look really good. More local riders will be added from the pre-qualification events in Estonia (Kuldrula) and Latvia (Ghetto Games) as well as several more international top riders. Altogether 24 park riders and 24 street riders will ride in Riga. Nate Wessel designed the course and it will be built by MindWorkRamps / Sessionramps so you know it's going to be good.
1. ONWIES KNALLEN CREW: Joram van Dijk, Sybren Planting, Bart van der Kamp, Milan Baars, Janos Baars and Daan van Wezel. 2. Joeri Veul and Twan van Wijk 3. BOUNTY HUNTERS CREW: Emile Bouwman, Bas Verschoor, Jorn Tuijnman and Rodrigue Timellini. 4. ONE WAY CREW: Joris Gies, Jesse Nederveld, Mika Bunkers, Patrick Ijzenbrandt, Kareehm Richardson and Niek Van Ark
Round Three is going down! We are meeting on the 08th of July 2017 by the ditch spot next to ZHDK School Zurich (address-links at the bottom). After a short warm up session we are heading to several street spots all around Zurich where you need to show us your mad set of skills! After various spots, the final station will be the Skatepark Sihlcity at Allmend in Zurich where the session is going to end with a grill & chill
Date: 08. July 2017 Postponement (in case of bad weather) 15. July 2017
The Urban Sports Week Amsterdam (USWA) has plenty of BMX on the program. Next to early morning BMX clinics, contests are scheduled from Thursday 6 - 9 June. Something for everyone with Dirt, Miniramp, Flatland, Street and BMX Park diciplines happening at the Museumplein in the middle of Amsterdam. Registration is still open so if you're looking for something to do for the next days, let's meet up in the capitol of The Netherlands.
More info: The organisation expects thousands of participants, as in 2016. In this year’s edition the iconic Museum Square will be the main location for the event. The USWA hosts several National and
The Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) is pleased to announce that a total prize fund of €187,050 will be on offer for participants at the 2017 UCI Urban Cycling World Championships, which will be held on 8th-12th November in Chengdu, China. This prize money – which is unprecedented for the three disciplines represented (Trials, Mountain Bike Eliminator (XCE) and BMX Freestyle Park – will respect the principle of equality between genders and across the disciplines, which has been standard practice at all UCI World Championships since 2016. Each UCI Elite World Champion will receive a prize of €10,000. Equality of treatment will benefit to all competitors ranked from 1st to 12th place.
These first-ever UCI Urban Cycling World Championships will take place over five days of competition on 8th-12th November, with the Trials competition kicking off the show. The BMX Freestyle Park will be held between the 10th and the 12th, while the XCE will close the event on the Sunday.
Programme of events (Finals)
12th November BMX Freestyle Park - Women (12.00-12.45)