Boy there's a lot of talking in the Pro town Greenville documentary but that's what a documentary is for. It lets the people involved explain how things started, what happened, and how things are going. This time BMX pros do the talking and for sure it's an interesting piece. Pro Town The Movie shows how things got started and how BMX-ers ruled the bars dowtown. How one shitty park in the city turned into a town with 2 killer private indoor parks, the Jaycee park, trails and many backyard ramps.
On Monday morning after the FISE contest in Montpellier Sean Hargraves, Ryan Guettler and Andy Buckworth made it to the 12h23 TGV train to Paris. However at 12h00 Maxime Charveron and Dave Rytell were still missing. Sean had the tickets for both of them and they literally had to run to the train station in order to make the ride. The train was running late (strike in France?!) so the two met up with the others and were off to Paris for a few days of shooting pics for the Mirraco site, the 2010 online catalog
What can be said about Dave Mirra that hasn't been said before? Not much. The dude loves to ride his bike and he puts a new one together whenever he feels like it. For the latest spec on his bike you should read on for his bike check. Yup, he's off to Metro too.
How many Metro Jams have you visited prior to the Singapore one?
Answer: I’ve been to one in Toronto.
What are you expecting of the trip?
Dave Mirra: Good fun, great contest, amazing riding.
BMX rider Dave Mirra, one of the most successful X Games athletes ever, has made a successful rally racing debut at The Rally Of The Tall Pines, the final round of the 2007 Canadian Rally Championship, finishing 22nd Overall. Mirra attacked the treacherously icy Canadian roads behind the wheel of a Monster Energy Subaru Impreza rally car prepared by top North American team Vermont SportsCar.
Sportslifestyle brand PUMA® is entering the rally circuit with the official sponsorship of Global Rallycross Championship and the Subaru PUMA Rallycross Team. The six-round 2012 Global Rallycross Championships kicks off May 26th in Charlotte, and will hold races in speedways across the US this summer. This made-in-the USA variation on the established European sport of rallycross pits small production-based cars against each other for door-to-door racing featuring dirt, asphalt, and a 70′ gap jump. The Global Rallycross Championship combines the best aspects of circuit racing, off-road racing and rally competition to deliver intense action in a variety of fan-friendly environments. As a sponsor, PUMA becomes the official supplier of team and racewear and the exclusive licensing partner to the team for footwear and apparel.
The Subaru PUMA Rallycross Team is the factory-backed rally