This is one of the best weekends of my life. I performed phenomenally and the results showed. To start the weekend on Friday, I won the Race of Champions (ROC) in both 17-20 Open and 17-20 Expert. Later that night, I raced the NAG 5 Challenge and won that too.
In cleveland Ohio, a young boy named Huck Kurinsky has been able to break the world record, for being the youngest person ever to do a backflip with a BMX bike. Huck has been riding bikes since he was just three-years old, meaning his fearless nature was very much instilled within him. It is believed that the pandemic is what fuelled the courage to practice in solitary practice continuously, due to many schools switching to remote practice, to accommodate the pandemic. Many now say that Huck will be the next prodigy in the sport, amongst all the other names that have made history within the decades to pass. If you are personally looking to support fellow BMX sports champions, make sure to consider placing sports bets, as it provides a great opportunity of making returns from the support you have within the field of BMX.
Huck has managed to take his hobby very seriously thus far, making sure to enter into every competition he can get his hands on. Additionally, Huck got the chance to train with professionals, under a scholarship known as the X Games Summer Camp, hosted within Pennsylvania. All of the tutoring, practice and guidance lead him to participate within the US National Competition, hosted within California. It was in that competition that he wowed the crowd and viewers with a complete backflip, at just 6-years old!
Everyone was so hyped after the last BMX & MTB compound video with Kieran Reilly, who is a pro BMX and olympic athlete. Kieran threw down some insane tricks in the last video whilst I continued my quest to land a 1080 on a mountain bike.
Double trouble via Murray Loubser and Jason Prins out in South Africa. Filmed on a bunch of different missions throughout Cape Town, these two killed it both on the bike and behind the camera. Those last handful of clips are outrageous!
Nachdem Episode 3 von Heavy Biking Club am vergangenen Wochenende auf dem Happy Crisis Jam in der Skatehalle Aurich vor einer grölenden Meute uraufgeführt wurde, haben wir weder Kosten noch Mühen gescheut, dieses Kleinod deutscher BMX-Videokunst für unseren YouTube-Channel zu sichern. Mit Erfolg!
The Vans x SE Bikes collaboration just keeps getting better! SE Racing are getting ready to release the Vans LiL' Ripper, the perfect bike for kids, as well as BMX dads who want to ride a rad pit bike!
Only 250 of these super-limited bikes will be available in the USA, and they are individually numbered on the inside of the rear dropout.
In America, the Vans LiL' Ripper will ONLY be available on the official SEBIKES.com starting today, November 30th. You better be quick, as these are sure to sell out quickly.
Still shopping for the ultimate bmX-Mas present? Two more photos inside. Vans has matching shoes for this bike too. Look 'em up.