Box’s oversized technology is a philosophy of design and engineering. Its goal is to reduce energy loss to deformation or friction. The results are enhanced control, better acceleration, and increased speed. Featuring beefy hollow-forged crank arms and a massive 30-millimeter Praxis™ M-30 spindle cold-forged from 7075 aluminum and precision ground to extremely tight tolerances, the Box One™ M30-M Crankset is the absolute stiffest junior BMX crankset available today. A precision CNC-machined Chromoly/Alloy self-extracting crank bolt system makes installation and removal a snap.
Box One Cranks utilize an oversized spindle (35mm on the M35 units and 30mm on the M30-M cranks). With the use of an OT Spindle, we have virtually eliminated flex, increased strength, while maintaining a light rigid product. These key traits translate into enhanced performance.
Together with USA BMX Foundation, USA BMX - the world’s largest BMX racing organization - announces its partnership with Mongoose to bring their educational programming into schools across the country. Each one of these programs focuses on STEM education through hands-on, project-based learning concepts. Students are learning new ways of seeing science, technology, engineering, and math all through the lens of a BMX bike. More than 225,000 students will be reached in 2019 as a direct result of this collaboration with Mongoose.
“I am from the generation where the name Mongoose is iconic,” said USA BMX Foundation’s Executive Director, Mike Duvarney. “Partnering with such a legendary brand will allow us to reach more schools
Sooner National #3. USABMX Pro Open results: 1 ALEC BOB, FACTORY FREE AGENT-BOX, PLANO, TX 2 BRANDON ELMORE, EXTREME TEAM, ARLINGTON, TX 3 JACOB PEEBLES, JET RACING, CITRUS HEIGHTS, CA 4 JUSTIN RICHMOND, RIVAL RACING, COUNTRYSIDE, IL 5 CALLUM HOLLOWAY, SAINT CHARLES, MO
Rob van den Wildenberg, Olympic finalist 2008 shares how getting into the best possible shape at the Olympic Games 2008 was a big relief for him, how he uses the lessons he learned as an Olympic athlete in his coaching career now, and why he believes it’s important to let athletes fail.
Pro Open results Saturday 9 February 2019 1 ALEC BOB, FACTORY FREE AGENT-BOX, PLANO, TX 2 JACOB PEEBLES, JET RACING, CITRUS HEIGHTS, CA 3 BRANDON ELMORE, EXTREME TEAM, ARLINGTON, TX 4 JUSTIN RICHMOND, RIVAL RACING, COUNTRYSIDE, IL 5 CALLUM HOLLOWAY, SAINT CHARLES, MO 6 ETHAN STRODERD, BROUSSARD, LA
Pro Open Results: 1 ALEC BOB, FACTORY FREE AGENT-BOX, PLANO, TX 2 JACOB PEEBLES, JET RACING, CITRUS HEIGHTS, CA 3 JUSTIN RICHMOND, RIVAL RACING, COUNTRYSIDE, IL 4 BRANDON ELMORE, EXTREME TEAM, ARLINGTON, TX 5 CALLUM HOLLOWAY, SAINT CHARLES, MO 6 AUSTIN (FREAKY FAST) MCKAN, SRT, WILLARD, MO
Jelle van Gorkom, double Olympian and Silver Medalist at the Rio Olympics 2016 suffered a severe and life-threatening accident. In spite of the accident, it’s impressive to see how Jelle’s positive spirit keeps him motivated and optimistic on the goals he has for his life.
USA Cycling announced today the process that will select the 2020 Olympic Team for the exciting discipline of BMX Racing, now in its fourth Olympic Games, and the new Olympic discipline of BMX Freestyle. The organization has published the Athlete Selection Criteria for the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo for BMX Freestyle and Racing on its website. The USA Cycling Selection Committee set forth to create criteria that would not only select the best athletes, but was objective and easy for athletes and their coaches to understand.
The maximum quota of athletes for the BMX Freestyle discipline is two athletes per gender. Quota slots will be initially filled in order of their ranking in the USA Cycling Olympic BMX Freestyle Rankings as of May 12, 2020. Points towards an athlete’s rankings will be awarded for their best four finishes in UCI Freestyle World Cup events plus the 2019 World Championships between January 1, 2019 and May 12, 2020. Athletes must finish in the top 8 in these events to earn Olympic BMX Freestyle Ranking points.
The maximum quota of athletes for the BMX Racing discipline is three athletes per gender. Like BMX Freestyle, quota slots will be filled per gender by athletes in order of their ranking in the USA Cycling Olympic BMX Racing Rankings as of June 2, 2020. Points towards their rankings will be awarded based on their best ten finishes in the finals (top 8) at UCI BMX Racing World Cup events plus 2019 and 2020 World Championship events with a Maximum of twelve scores counting between January 1, 2019 and