For more than 30 years, the best BMX riders have met at the Jugendpark in Cologne and fought for titles and trophies. On July 2 and 3, 2016, the world‘s oldest and also most important BMX contest celebrates its 32nd birthday. The SNIPES BMX COLOGNE organizers expect around 200 BMXers from more than 20 countries, as well as numerous fans. The entry is free on both days. Only a few more days: On July 2 and 3, Cologne will once again be the pilgrimage site for the international BMX scene. Some 200 pros and amateurs from more than 20 countries are coming to the SNIPES BMX COLOGNE in the Jugendpark on the Zoobrücke in Köln-Mulheim. Like last year, the focus will be on the four disciplines Street, Spine Ramp, Flatland and Kickturn Ramp Old School Style, all of which will be taken on by riders in the amateur, pro and old school classes.
The international field of participants will be led by top star Daniel Dhers (Spine Ramp) of Venezuela, as well as German pros Felix