Are you between 7 and 11 years old and want to enjoy these spots just like Javitxu? Then, the new Fly Sierra 18" frame was made for you. Adapted to a smaller size in order to fit our youngest riders, you would have a BMX frame completely identical to Sergio Layos' personal one.
We were so glad to finally have a Next Generation Jam back at the park! The Halahan Family and Mike Potoczny really crushed it on this one. If you missed out on the fun, check out this video and make sure not to miss next year.
Eleven-year-old, Japanese shredder, Kairi Yamada, rides with style way beyond his years. The kid has so much swag that the Van Homan took it upon himself to hit us up this time last year (while based in Tokyo working on the 2020 Olympics), to tell us about a young kid who was crushin' the Bashi Burger ramps... and the rest is history.
Ten-year-old Caiden is a champion BMX athlete racking up big wins, and big air, all over the world. Caiden shares how he first started dirt biking when he was just 1 years old, and reveals which tricks he is working toward next, including a triple backflip!
Yuo Hayakawa is a young shredder from Nagaoka Niigata, Japan. You may be familiar with his older brother who has made his mark on the World scene from the confines of his indoor spot, well his younger brother, youngest of three brothers/riders is following in the footsteps of his two older brothers and really showing us the depth of his bag of tricks in this Welcome to IGI Edit!