2014/10/22 15:20:00 (78 reads)
The first ever Monster Energy Cup BMX Speed & Style went down at Sam Boyd Stadium, Las Vegas. In a unique BMX dirt jump style format that saw 12 select BMX riders race in brackets head to head elimination rounds, where combined overall speed times and trick time deductions determined final outcome of each round. Kyle Baldock had to battle through his Monster Energy teammates Vince Byron in round 1, Pat Casey in round 2, Kevin Peraza in Semi Finals before facing off against Kris Fox. This was a great mixed match up with
2014/10/20 23:50:00 (212 reads)
Street results of the Texas Toast contest 2014.
1. Dennis Enarson
2. Garrett Reynolds
3. Connor Lodes
4. Tom Dugan
5. Greg Illingworth
6. Trey Jones
7. Sean Sexton
8. Broc Raiford
9. Simone Barraco
10. Tony Hamlin
11. Jason Watts
12. Boyd Hilder
13. Van Homan
14. Morgan Wade
15. Colin Varanyak
16. Maxime Charveron
2014/10/20 22:20:00 (170 reads)
Dirt Final Results Texas Toast!
1. Hucker
2. Anthony Napolitan
3. Chris Doyle
4. Ben Voyles
5. Larry Edgar
6. Brandon Dosch
7. Drew Bezanson
8. Leandro Moreira
9. Ryan Nyquist
10. Josh Hult
11. Corey Bohan
12. Clint Reynolds
13. Justin Spriet
14. Christian Porras
15. Matt Cordova
16. Morgan Wade
17. Matt Roe
2014/10/19 1:50:00 (174 reads)
Street Qualifying Results:
1. Dennis Enarson
2. Sean Sexton
3. Garrett Reynolds
4. Van Homan
5. Trey Jones
6. Broc Raiford
7. Tom Dugan
8. Tony Hamlin
9. Morgan Wade
10. Colin Varanyak
11. Simone Barraco
12. Maxime Charveron
13. Jason Watts
14. Boyd Hilder
15. Connor Lodes

Pic by BdJ
2014/10/18 22:20:00 (203 reads)
The dirt qualifying competition results at Texas Toast are announced. The longer line of jumps were jumped by each competitor twice with the best run counting towards the qualifying results. Here are the finalists:
1. Mike Clark
2. Ryan Nyquist
3. Chris Doyle
4. Anthony Napolitan
5. Josh Hult
6. Christian Porras
7. Larry Edgar
7. Drew Bezanson
8. Clint Reynolds
8. Corey Bohan
9. Brandon Dosch
10. Leandro Moreira
11. Ben Voyle
12. Morgan Wade
13. Justin Spriet
2014/10/18 10:30:00 (289 reads)
Texas Toast has started. The last few days the crew has worked hard to turn a rough field in the middle of nowhere into a festival type venue with a killer dirt set up, a challenging Gauntlet of Death course and street ramps and ledges that were shredded all day long in the sun. The vendors and food trucks are set up strategically and the sound comes from the Red Bull DJ trucks and blast all over the place. On the program for today were the Cowbell high jump event on the dirt course, the Mike Tag brick ledge comp and the HARO high air
2014/10/17 9:00:00 (183 reads)
With Texas Toast happening this weekend more and more riders are rolling into town. Instead of sitting around doing nothing, the riders get straight to work and visit the local riding spots. And there's loads to ride around Austin. One park is a bit out of town but in Texas it's possible to load up the pick-up truck with bikes and people in the back so getting to the park isn't all that tough.

Pflugerville park is a bit north of Austin. The park is located in an open area with not much around. Plenty of space to expand if necessary but the concrete park that's there is actually big enough. It's got a bit of everything and also the bowl riders have nothing to complain about. An extra bowl was added so they can claim having the "biggest park of Texas". The Northeast Metro Skate/BMX Park opened Tuesday, September 18, 2012. Hours of operation are 8:00 am - 10:00 pm through November 30.  December 1 through February 15, 2013, the skate/bmx park hours will be 8:00 am - 8:00 pm.
2014/10/16 16:20:00 (168 reads)
The second stop of the Recon Tour PRO presented by Replay XD went down last weekend at Mission Valley YMCA Krause Family Skate & Bike Park (Clairemont). Australian Logan Martin claimed the top spot and earned $5,000 competing against Monster Energy teammate’s Scotty Cranmer and Kevin Peraza, and local pros Alex Landeros, Chris Hughes and Larry Edgar. The PRO contest was stacked with International competitors, coming from Australia, England and Canada to compete with athletes from across the states. Taking first Australian Logan Martin earned the top spot with unique tricks and original lines. Coming in second, Monster Energy’s Scotty Cranmer whose memorable runs included a helicopter on the step up and an ice pick on the MovieTickets.com mural wall. Taking the third podium spot, Larry Edgar rounded out the podium by airing higher than any other competitor.

Advancing to the PRO contest from Saturday’s AM final, Jacob Bailey, Kevin Fabregue and local boy Parker Heath competed against the best and earned their way into the final. Former AM
2014/10/14 13:30:00 (346 reads)
But once the weather settled it turned into a great day of riding trails with the best riders in the world in front of a loud crowd. The two hour session with the twelve finalists kicked off with an intro run but the riding was turned up soon afterwards. The riders were feeding off of each other and with speeds reached over 30 miles per hour, the height the riders managed to pump out of the tall lips neared 40 feet in the air. That alone was insane but the Dreamline finalists were there for a competition and started throwing down tricks starting at the top of the hill. Paul Langlands had hammer runs and looked well on his way to a podium spot in Asheville. Jaie Toohey has a pump which sends him to the sky everytime and he's not afraid to throw big tricks like flip double whips over the biggest sets. One of the most stylish riders out there is Matt Cordova. His flow and kick outs are what trail riding is all about. He changed things up by doing lip slides on the berm in front of the judges. He was also looking at wall riding the judge tower but decided not to in the end. He walked away in one piece and was ultra stoked on making finals. Corey Bohan was Paul's number one in qualifying.
2014/10/12 9:20:00 (265 reads)
A two-hour rain delay could not deter professional BMX riders from elite competition at Red Bull Dreamline this afternoon at the Oskar Blues REEB Ranch in Hendersonville, NC. Former North Carolina resident Ryan Nyquist, who turned 35 this year, showed the stable of up-and-coming BMX riders that he still has plenty of gas left in the tank. James Foster, of Redlands, Calif., came in a close second while Australia’s Kyle Baldock took third place.

"To be here in North Carolina and win is epic,” said winner

2014/10/11 22:40:00 (284 reads)
Dreamline was a blast. Here are the results. Report to follow. Priorities here...
1. Ryan Nyquist
2. James Foster
3. Kyle Baldock
4. Pat Casey
5. Chris Doyle
6. Dennis Enarson
7. Paul Langlands
2014/10/11 18:20:00 (287 reads)
It's a bit of a trip to go to an event in the USA. 23 hours it took. The travel ain't fun, but once there it's soon forgotten. On the calendar for the weekend was Red Bull Dreamline in North Carolina, my first time there. At Charlotte airport we ran into a couple of BMX racers and found out there's a race at Rockhill this weekend too. We're trying to get that one on the program as well as Dreamline ends on Saturday and we're flying out on Sunday afternoon. Friday had qualification on the program in Asheville and on arrival we saw how great the jumps looked.
2014/10/11 0:10:00 (316 reads)
The world’s best riders put their practice rounds behind them and broke out their most aggressive runs during today’s two preliminary heats. Athletes didn’t hold back, wowing peers with tricks like double tailwhip on the shark fin, 270, flip barspin to no-hander and a backflip triple barspin. They competed to be one of the 12 athletes to advance to tomorrow’s finals. Differing from other BMX events, it was their fellow riders that decided who moved forward in the competition, descending in front of a crowd of over 3,000 spectators tomorrow at Oskar Blues REEB Ranch.


Enarson, Dennis  
Nyquist, Ryan
Casey, Pat
Clark, Hucker
Cordova, Matt
2014/10/9 23:50:00 (211 reads)
The "Les Sessions Volcaniques" contest took place at the new concrete outdoor skatepark in Aurillac, France (L'Epicentre). Here are some pics, the results and a video all in one post.

BMX - Under 17 results:
1 - Gomes David
2 - Duchemin Arthur
3 - Le Franc Rémy
2014/10/6 8:40:00 (214 reads)
FISE Experience Besancon, France. Pro finals got rained out so they took the results of qualifying. Wedemeijer did good there so he won the comp with Jack Clark in second and Jimmy van Belle in third in the pro class. Here are the Am and Junior results:

Amateur Final results:
1.    GRAUX Christophe    20 ans    Grézieu La Varenne    82.00 pts
2.    BURGER Damien    26 ans    Belfort    80.00 pts
3.    TETOT Maxime    18 ans    Saint Ignat    77.00 pts
4.    GRENIER Boris    21 ans    Bourg-En-Bresse    74.00 pts
5.    LACHAPELLE Jérôme    18 ans    Liernu    72.00 pts
6.    AMIOT Edouard    20 ans    Saone    70.00 pts
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