Name: Dante Tabuyo-Ochoa Age: 19 years old Hometown: Denver, Colorado, USA Sponsors/Hook-ups: Free agent bikes, Bahero clothing, Yellow designs stunt team
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Spot to ride: Anywhere! All parks are fun in my opinion, opens up new lines and things to send. BMX Video: The Village BMX Mixtape, VILTAPE Website: Vitalbmx.com Food: Carne asada fries Person on Instagram: Jacob Thiem Travel destination: California with all the boys Riders to ride with: Daniel Sandoval, Jeremy Malott, Jacob Thiem, Arisai Veloz Car: Toyota MR-2 Spyder Movie: -Baby Driver
A new all-inclusive skateboard and BMX camp is opening this July in southern Virginia. The Ranch Camp will host weeklong overnight camp sessions from July 4 – August 14, 2021.
Riding facilities range from beginner to advanced and will include a concrete park-series-type flow bowl, a wooden flow bowl, a 10,000 square-foot indoor skatepark, BMX trails, an air bag jump, a six-foot mini ramp, and a four-to-three-foot concrete mini ramp. Other activities will include swimming, archery, bb guns, ax throwing, trampoline, DIY building classes, hiking, campfires, and more. Professional skaters, bmx riders, builders, and artists will be joining the campers weekly.
The UCI announces the updated qualification systems for BMX Freestyle for Tokyo 2020. Following the rescheduling of the Olympic Games, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) asked all International Federations with sports included in the Tokyo 2020 competition programme but whose qualification was not yet complete to review their qualification systems and propose a contingency plan. The UCI did this for a.o. BMX Freestyle, as qualification was not yet terminated for this discipline. Based on the UCI’s contingency plan, it was proposed to make some amendments to the qualification systems which had last been revised in 2020 to take into account the freezing of the UCI rankings as of 3 March 2020, and the change of date of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
Bjarki Hardarson has made his mark in the streets from the US to Iceland. "Just Can't Do It" documents the hard work and effortless steezy style of one of our favorite up and coming riders. Bjarki isn't afraid to go big or throw down on a technical line. Keep your eyes on this one because we sense bigger things and no slow down from Bjarki Hardarson.
Traffic BMX's Robin Bourhis just whipped together a new Wethepeople X eclat setup, based around the awesome Paradox frame and i'm sure you'll agree it looks mighty fine. He hit the tools in Le Comptoir bike shop and then proceeded to take it out for a test ride.