We keep saying it but the riding level today is higher than it has ever been. It makes for good contests and a show for everyone who gets to watch it. The grandstands at Pannonian #23 were packed during Men Finals and they got to witness some of the best Park riding available today. Find the top 3 results below.
BMX PRO Pannonian Challenge XXIII WINNERS: 1 Jacob Thiem 2 Marin Ranteš
It's 09:30hr in the morning and we just finished up the Slovenian National BMX Park championships in Osijek, Croatia. Enough Slovenian riders gathered to have a full podium in Men as well as the Women class. Was it early? yes it was. Warm-up started at 8am but the 2022 championship is in the books and points can be added to the names.
Standout in the Park championship was Red Bull sponsored Jaka Remec who showed flip double whips and triple whips before most people get out of bed on a Saturday. The National Championship title was his.
Art this very moment the pro riders have taken over the course. 31 of them will battle for the 2022 Pannonian title. Some of the riders spotted are Declan Brooks, Kieran Reilly, Jose Cedano, Maligno, Jacob Thiem, Ernest Zebolts, Justin Dowell and yes, Jaka Remec will be riding some more today. Who will make it to the 12-men final and will Croatian hero Marin Rantes be on the podium today? We'll keep you informed.
2022 Slovenian National Champions BMX Park Men: Jaka Remec Women: Romana Podkrajsek Kocen
A huge weekend for action sports in one of the most storied contests is in the books! The Monster Energy team claimed podium spots in BMX Street. Second place went to 24-year-old Felix Prangenberg from Cologne, Germany. He was joined on the podium by 26-year-old Jordan Godwin from Newport, United Kingdom, and 27-year-old Kevin Peraza from Tucson in fifth place. From June 11-12, Simple Session 22 attracted over one hundred of the world’s best invited BMX street riders and skateboarders to Tallinn, Estonia. At the venue in the Põhjala Factory district, competitors put on an exciting showcase on the 1,800-square-foot Wessel-designed street course.
For the past 22 years, Simple Session has featured some of the biggest names in action sports in a
Following the Junior and Amateur categories, the Women of BMX Freestyle Park announced an unprecedented line up for a FISE Xperience Series stage. First step since its launch to welcome such an international contest, its challenge of collecting points in the UCI world ranking by a C1 label has offered the Rémois runs from Argentina, Venezuela, Spain and RCF. If this enthusiasm has reinforced the level of the contest, it needed more to destabilize the French champion Laury Perez who get the victory today.
These performances warmed up the spectators who were at the height of their involvement during the launch of the BMX Freestyle Park Pro final. First in qualifying the day before, the young Brazilian
Simple Session 22 gold medal belongs to Boyd Hilder. After an intense Simple Session 22 finals, the king of BMX Street was crowned! Boyd Hilder (AUS) took the win with a total score of 97.5 points. It was also a second gold for him at Simple Session after earning first place in BMX Park in 2019. Hilder shared the podium with Felix Prangenberg (GER) with 96,66 points and Courage Adams (EPS) with 95.33 points.
The Best Trick Award in BMX went to Boyd Hilder (AUS)
Results: Simple Session 2022 BMX street qualifications. What a day! We had 49 BMX street rides competing in the Qualifications. The annual Simple Session is heading to Finals on Sunday, June 12 at Põhjala factory with 15 BMX riders.
BMX Street TOP qualifiers:
1. Felix Prangenberg (GER) 91.00 points 2. Jordan Godwin (GBR) 84.33 points 3. Courage Adams (ESP) 82.33 points 4. Boyd Hilder (AUS) 81.33 points 5. Kevin Peraza (MEX) 80.16 points 6. Anthony Perrin (FRA) 79.00 points 7. Reed Stark (USA) 78.33 points 8. Broc Raiford (USA) 77.33 points 9. Stuart Chisholm (GBR) 76.00 points 10. Joe Jarvis (GBR) 75.71 points
Simple Session 2022 is on! The day kicked off with sanctioned BMX street jam at a legendary spot in Tallinn – the stairs of Viru Keskus next to the Hämarik statue, followed by a skate street jam later the day. For the first time in history, there was rail, ledge and euro-cap in this location built specially for this event.
BMX street jam winners: -Killian Roth took the win on the ledge spot with a picture perfect 180 to smith to fullcab down a very steep ledge.
After five days of festival, running through the village, excitement on all floors, the sound system stops almost as suddenly as a fly falling in the soup; the voice of the last living MC has just invited us to come back next year. So that's it, is it over? It's going to be hard to get back to normal given what just happened. Anthony Jeanjean was 15 seconds from a historical victory. After years of work, risk, focus on every aspect, incredible progress and here is the fan favorite to compete with the best. Who would've believed that? Himself obviously, and his trainer Guimez also to whom we must recognize the influence in the management of the young man competition. So this report of the UCI BMX Freestyle Park final begins with the ultimate spoiler to look back quicker to an historic finaly.
It was an intense day on the Street Course for the BMX riders today as they had qualifications and finals to contend with. Over 70 riders entered the qualification contest to compete for one of the 12 places in the afternoon final. The format for the finals was 2 heats of 6 riders, each rider had 2 runs of 50 seconds and it was the best run that counted. The performance of each rider was judged on overall impression including, but not limited to, variety of tricks and lines, execution, difficulty, versatility, originality, flow, style, bike control and landing.
All the riders were so impressive and the standard was really high as they all cheered each other on. In the end it was the man from Madrid Mr Courage Adams who was awarded the top prize scoring