The third annual 040 BMX Invitational Spine Miniramp contest took place in Eindhoven, Netherlands on Saturday 30 June. With riders from 6 different countries in the 12-man final, the riding heated up quickly. Under the bright sun and a purse of €5000 available for the top 7 the finalists had 2 runs to show their best riding. With the best run counting it was possible to go full throttle from the start. Needless to say the level of riding on the 040 BMX PARK Spine ramp was amazing with riders pushing eachother run after run. The podium places went to Justin Dowell (3rd), Mark Webb (2nd) and the victory was for an excited Tom Justice (GBR). With three different riding styles the judges had a tough decision to make but it was the style, execution and the variety of
Sosh Freestyle Cup, Marseille, France. Saturday 23 June 2018. Qualification results BMX PRO: 1/ Brock Horneman 2/ Thomas Benedetti 3/ Pierre Tortereau 4/ Michael Beran 5/ Tanguy Labertrande 6/ Justin Fouque 7/ Alex Bibollet 8/ Michael Kovačovič 9/ Jeremy Gonzales 10/ Johan Vidarte 11/ Nils Cianci 12/ Miguel Angel 13/ Marc Ammirati 14/ Edwin Hac
Music playing in the background, smoke from the BBQ is drifting around. A single dirt jump with a make shift quarter pipe at the end, a bunch of BMX riders hucking tricks and enjoying each others company without a trace of competitiveness. When I hear stories about jams like these, it’s always from riders talking about the good old times. When the scene was small and you were just happy to be able to ride BMX with other people.
However the situation just described is not from the good ‘old’ days but June 9th 2018. Many years ago Albert Moonen and his riding buddies created a spot they called the Junk trails. The name inspired by nearby homeless people that took residence under a bridge next to the spot. It has changed a lot but
Returning to Boise, Idaho for the second edition of the Road to X Games: Boise Qualifier, the world’s top skateboard, BMX and Harley-Davidson Hooligan athletes competed to secure their invitations to Minneapolis. In addition to the three events at Rhodes Skate Park, the qualifier expanded this year’s event to include Harley-Davidson Hooligan Racing at CenturyLink Arena. Over 12,000 fans witnessed six Men’s Skateboard and BMX athletes, four Women’s Skateboarders and 48 Harley-Davidson Hooligan racers punch their tickets to Minneapolis.
In the final competition of the day, Mykel Larrin (USA) showed that he’s not only a threat in Vert and
Amazing riding, awesome concerts and great crowds made the second stop of the Ride Further Tour into one hell of a weekend! 20 invited riders from all over the world attended the first ever dirt event at PULS OPEN AIR music festival in Kaltenberg together with 10.000 guests to watch international bands and DJs perform at the castle of the Prince of Bavaria. The latin american crew with Inaki Iriartes (ARG), Jonathan Camacho (ECU) and Victor Munoz (CL) as well as Jake Leiva from the US, Konrad Szabo and Danny Josa (HUN) and Kieran Reilly (UK) made their way to the picturesque bavarian town to ride the dirts together with local shredders like Chris Haas and Chris Halbritter right in the heart of the festival. Tom van den Bogaard (NL), Moritz Löwentraut (DE),