C1 Results USA BMX Freestyle National Series Grand Final Tehachapi, CA, United States. 9 October 2021. Men Park: 1 Daniel SANDOVAL 200 UCI points 2 Ryan NYQUIST 160 3 Jeremy MALOTT 130 4 Wesley HARK 110 5 Bryce TRYON 90 6 Kaden STONE 70 7 Jacob LEIVA 50 8 Brady BAKER 30 9 Joseph NIX 20 10 Andrew MEIER 10 11 Gabriel CHAVES ARG 12 Tucker SMITH
Finally BMX events are regaining traction and this trend continued over the weekend, as Swiss Cycling together with Freestyle Park Ticino hosted the 2021 Swiss Freestyle BMX Championships. The event took place at the Freestyle Park Ticino in Cadenazzo, a FISE standard park built by Hurricane in 2019 which takes no prisoners and boasts a good mix of big jumps, transfers, but also a smaller street-style section. The finals kicked off with the ladies, where we saw the inclusion of WCMX (wheelchair motocross) athlete Lorraine Truong. After a super stylish first run with a good mix of creative rotations, laybacks and lines, she decided to pull out all the stops for her second run and start by dropping in on the big vert ramp, definitely one of the highlights of the event.
BMX Park Elite Results Extreme Barcelona. Barcelona, Spain Elite Men: 1 Dhers Daniel VEN 200 UCI points 2 Torres Gil Jose ARG 160 3 Zebolds Ernests LAT 130 4 Finlay Ashley GBR 110 5 Reilly Kieran GBR 90 6 Chalifour Maxime CAN 70 7 Újváry Zoltán HUN 50
The BMXtreme fest sport & music event took place on 17. - 19. September in the historical Telč (Czech Republic). Part of this event is a Pro and Am BMX miniramp contest (in spine miniramp). In addition to the BMX Miniramp comp, the event had a bike film screening, a pumptrack contest, as well as concerts by well-known bands and DJs.
Winner of Beko best trick is Michael Beran with bikeflip to tailwhip.
Contest PRO Final results: 1) Michael Beran 275 pts.
A bunch of Freestyle riders made it to Eindhoven last weekend as a loose competition was happening on the BigAirBag. It more or less was a free session for entertainment and practically anyone could join the session to see what it's like to jump an airbag set-up. Pim v.d. Bos had built the take-off and Nicky v.d. Veen makes sure the BigAirBag is working. It's good news BMX-ers stay involved in a different shape or form to further develop BMX. The riders were stoked with the soft(er) landing and the Pump Track event had a way of entertainment and participation. When the session was done and dusted it was up to Daniel Wedemeijer, Nick van der Veen and Levi Weidmann to throw down some real tricks on the set-up. The crowd got to see 360-backflips, fronties, turndown flips etc. from Daniel, flipwhips, flips, 3-inverts from Nicky, and 720-s, 360 bar-to bar and flips from Levi.
The session afterwards continued with Sem Kok sending 360 turndowns to the moon, Denz van Laare flipping gaps for the first time and others simply sending it until the airbag was unplugged. Only Dennis Keunen would have sent it at that point but he was not there.
We posted some pics on our Instagram account (@fatbmx) but had some more photos left that we did not want to go to waste. Enjoy.
After the first 2021 stop in Le Havre, the French Urban Sports tour will make a stop in Canet-en-Roussillon on September 18th and 19th for BMX and Roller Freestyle Park competitions. Completed with BMX Flatland demonstrations, this free and open to all event (on presentation of a health pass) promises to bring together all generations for a weekend full of Action Sports.
French, Argentina and UK fill the podium for BMX Freestyle Park From the start of this Sunday, the level of some young riders in the U17 category and the top of the amateurs' ranking could have justified their participation in Pro, and each contest seems to illustrate a new stage in their progression.
The Dutch Park championships took place last Sunday at Skateland in Rotterdam. Although a few riders were missing (Tom van den Bogaard's grandma turned 100 and Niels van Maren struggled with the Covid) the competition was fierce. When everyone rides at their best the vibe is good. The riders are happy with their riding and the crowd is stoked on the best riding they've ever seen the riders do. A win-win situation. 5 classes were on the program for Sunday. With practice, qualification rounds and finals it was a long day before the prizes were given out at the official ceremony in the evening. The most talented riders in each class get to call themselves Dutch champion for a year. In the Elite classes the titles went to Arjan Ellens and Jana Muradova with Thomas in 't Veld (15+), Bruno Colautti (-14) and Indy Kramer (Girls -14) winning the other categories.