Are you losing track on who rides for who? Here's a long list with the most recent team changes and pick ups. The latest team changes get added to the top. The industry never chills, always adding and dropping. What's the latest? Let us know.
-James Foster on Hyper / Snafu
-Chad DeGroot on Torque
-Colton Walker off Haro
-Jay Cawley off Diamondback
-Maxime Degardin on Rubena tires
-Thomas Chauvez on Rubena tires
-Thomas Noyer on Rubena tires
-Fabien Stephan on Rubena tires
-Bryan Tillot on Rubena tires
-Dan Lacey off Cinema
-Jared Duncan on Sunday
-Tony Hamlin on Merritt pro
-Stevie Chruchill on Primo (off Eclat)
-Lewis Mills on Volume
Nitro Circus rewrites the record books once again in actions sports: Multi talented Australian Ryan Williams is the first man in the world to land a triple front flip on a BMX. The record, achieved at “Pastranaland” Maryland USA, is a famous landmark owned by Nitro Circus legend himself, Travis Pastrana. The BMX triple front flip is yet another in a long line of tricks that fans and pros alike talk about like a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow, there’s a sense that someone is eventually going to get their, but the who, how, and when are all
The Kotulak is a multi-tool that has everything needed to assemble and work on most modern BMX bikes, all packaged in a durable all steel body and cap. The tool has a 17mm socket, 15mm pedal wrench, spoke wrench, chain breaker, and interchangeable hex bits of the most common sizes 5mm, 6mm, 8mm, 7/32” and 1/4”. • Weight - 30.3 oz
Mongoose Bikes, a brand of Dorel Industries, Inc., announced today the launch of Kevin Peraza’s signature frame, “La Familia.” Designed by Peraza and hand built in Davenport, Iowa, only 25 production models will be available for purchase throughout the United States and South Africa. “Mongoose consumers have been asking for an American-made BMX frame set,” said Steve Wilcox, Marketing Manager, Mongoose. “We’re excited to offer exactly that and share this exclusive piece with our fans as well as provide them with a
After a first successful edition in October 2014, the world's most extrême action sports event is back in China! The beautiful Nan Hu Parc of the huge Chinese city of Chengdu will be welcoming hundreds of the best pros and amateur athletes of the world to compete in the 5 star-disciplines of the event: BMX, skateboard, mountain bike, roller, and wakeboard.
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October 16th, 2015
We're spending some time on the road to bring you the latest in BMX. We have been doing this for many years. But years ago, you could not follow us doing this. Now you can, through facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pheed and all that Social Media shizzle. We run into some funny stuff on the road, meet interesting people and see amazing stunts. On and off the bike. What might not always be good to post on the FATBMX.com website, could be good enough for Facebook. Or an Instagram picture tells the story without adding many words. Follow us if you want, here are the links to our social media accounts so you don't have to search for it to hook it up.
The fans have spoken and Shadow is stoked to announce that the third full-length video “What Could Go Wrong?” is now available in an additional 24 countries on iTunes! The Shadow Conspiracy localized the video to French, German, and Spanish allowing the video to be sold wherever those languages are spoken, barring any sort of additional regulation! Please see the list below for the exact releases and get stoked as the NORA Cup winning “What Could Go Wrong?” comes to a country near you!
“What Could Go Wrong?” is available on iTunes in the following countries:
1. United States
On 8-10 of October, from Thursday to Saturday, during the Russian stage of Gran Prix Formula 1 in Sochi, large international competition on BMX-freestyle in park and street disciplines «XSA Invitational» will be held in the territory of the Olympic Park. The competition will take place in the largest skate-park in Eurasia, which was built by the team «XSA ramps» 4 months ago. The skate-park occupies the square of a half of a football pitch (85x25 meters) and is divided into two parts. The first part is intended for shows and competitions on BMX- freestyle and rollers of different levels in park discipline and the second one is a street-park, which imitates street architecture with steps, sides and handrails of different height.
The Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) Management Committee has today agreed a series of key changes to a number of disciplines to modernise and improve cycling’s organisational structures and to help shape the future of the sport. Following the two-day meeting which took place during the 2015 UCI Road World Championships in Richmond, USA, the UCI Management Committee approved plans to ensure that all National Federations will be supported in integrating BMX Freestyle Park in their activities in view to ensure the best possible first
Flatland Rider of the Year – Viki Gomez
Video Part of the Year – Simone Barraco in “What Could Go Wrong”
Video of the Year – Above Below
Ramp Rider of the Year – Dennis Enarson
Readers Choice Award – Glenn Salyers
Street Rider of the Year – Dakota Roche
Dirt Rider of the Year – Clint Reynolds
Today a very good friend of mine is organising Urban Matterz at the Cacao Fabriek in Helmond, the Netherlands. It's a hip hop festival with graffiti clinics, old school hip hop photo exposition of Joe Conzo from New York, he's got Melle Mel and Scorpio in Helmond, the inventor of scratching (Grandwizzard Theodore from New York), breakdance clinics, the whole nine yards. Also BMX has been added to the
Vans, the original action sports footwear and apparel brand readies for the harsher seasons ahead with an updated collection of Mountain Edition footwear and apparel. Designed for the elements, the Vans Mountain Edition collection returns for fall with a selection of revamped Classics silhouettes, featuring Scotchgard®-coated uppers, warm linings and a heat retention layer between sockliner and outsole. In addition to the footwear program, Men’s Apparel presents an updated range of weather-treated outerwear just in time for the cold winter months.
Three cast members from the iconic 1979 cycling film “Breaking Away” met on stage and kicked off an incredible celebration of the cycling industry at the 2015 Interbike Awards Gala on Thursday, September 17th at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center. Dennis Christopher (Dave Stoller), Jackie Earle Haley (Moocher) and Dennis Quaid (Mike) addressed the audience and posed with custom “Cutters” jerseys courtesy of Champion Systems, and a replica Masi road bike similar to the one used in the film.
Hosted by comedy veteran Alonzo Bodden, the awards ceremony presented more than 35 winners with the coveted IB Award. The awards were distributed as follows: