Une journée training avec Eddy CLERTE, Athlète PRO de BMX. Les résultats ne sont pas du aux hasard. Ce n'est que la partie émergé de l'iceberg. L'entrainement est la clé. Découvrez l'entrainement d'Eddy.
USA BMX is proud to announce the complete 2018 National Schedule. ...and by the looks of things, we're in for another epic year of national caliber racing. Next year's national season consists of many return venues and quite a few new locations - including a return to Roseville, CA, St.Cloud, MN, Trumbull, CT, Toledo, OH, and Pottstown, PA, with a first-time-ever stop at the dual-hills of Sarasota, FL. Check out these 26 delicious destinations leading up to Tulsa's Grands, and start plotting out your family vacations around BMX fun and thrills. Each destination has plenty of great attractions and entertainment to make your road-trip an experience of a lifetime. Also, with several 3-day nationals, you can get your scores in by hitting fewer races!
For the Pros, the 2018 series includes 10 stops - including four North American Supercross races, plus the ROC and Grands.
Oldsmar, Rock Hill, Louisville and Sarasota will host the Big Hill events.
Find the events in the 2018 FATBMX event calendar.
British Cycling has today confirmed the appointment of Pierre-Henri Sauze as the lead coach for the BMX Supercross senior programme. Crowned as the 1988 European BMX champion, Sauze raced in amateur, elite and master classes from 1982 to 2007 before turning his focus to BMX coaching. Olympic champion Connor Fields was coached by Sauze for three years, including during the preparation phase of his training for Rio 2016. Sauze also worked for six years with the 2014 world championship silver medallist Tory Nyhaug who won the Pan Am Games in Toronto 2015 and is currently ranked third in the world. Sauze will start in his role as lead BMX coach on 6 November.
Speaking of his move to British Cycling, Sauze said: “I’m looking forward to starting my role as lead
Justin and I went to Brazil to visit our friend Renato Rezende. Justin and I love discovering new places and we love to ride our bike, so we couldn't have a better Travel Guide than Renato! This is part 3 of the trip: unfortunately, the trip is almost coming to an end. One last ride on Renato’s hometrack, Poços de Caldas and the pumptrack in Sao Paulo, before we headed back to Rio to start the trip back home.
Since its creation by Daniel Yujnovich in 2012, Rival Racing BMX has been an Australian brand where it was created, developed, and established as a reputable bike brand amongst the vast offerings of frame options currently available. With meticulous attention to detail, countless hours of research and development on tubing shapes to make sure the absolute best design is being used, Daniel put his heart and soul into developing the Rival brand of bikes. Rival is known for its unique look, wind tunnel tested technology tubing, and exceptional quality all thanks to Daniel’s tireless effort and commitment to excellence. The next logical step for the brand’s growth would be to
Results North Island Classic - Whangarei, NEW ZEALAND Elite Men: 1 99 PEEL Maynard NZL 2 394 KENNEDY Izaac AUS 3 931 FLEMING Jayden NZL 4 301 HIRST Logan NZL 5 910 WEBER Ronan AUS 6 277 JORDAN Ryan NZL 7 391 HILL Kyle AUS
Justin and I went to Brazil to visit our friend Renato Rezende. Justin and I love discovering new places and we love to ride our bike, so we couldn't have a better Travel Guide than Renato! This is part 2 of the trip: We slept in the Monreale Hotel in Campinas. Went to Paulinia to ride the brand new BMX track. We also got to jump our bikes in the lake at Fabio Lima’s place. Last but not least Renato took us to the highest point of his city, Poços de Caldas, to go paragliding. Thanks to Renato's brother, Leonardo Rezende, for the additional filming!
Justin and I went to Brazil to visit our friend Renato Rezende. Justin and I love riding our bikes and discovering new places, so we couldn't have a better Travel Guide than Renato! This is part 1 of the trip: the first time back in Rio after we were here for the Olympics! Thanks to Renato's brother, Leonardo Rezende, for the additional filming!