Here’s to ending a heavy year with bang! Monster Energy congratulates BMX team rider Felix Prangenberg on releasing the innovative ‘URGE’ video on the Monster Energy YouTube channel. In an encore performance finishing a breakout 2021 season, the 23-year-old X Games gold medalist from Cologne, Germany, pushes the boundaries of freestyle BMX at genuine street spots. Produced by Monster Energy with filming and editing by David Schaller, ‘URGE’ captures Prangenberg at street spots across Europe over the course of 2021. Filmed in stunning high-definition video with artful 16mm film montages, the release marks Prangenberg’s first official Monster Energy video part since joining the pro athlete roster in early 2021.
‘URGE’ shows some of the most creative and progressive riding courtesy of the rising star who dreamt of becoming a BMX pro since the age of 6. Respected for one of the strongest work ethics in BMX, Prangenberg puts his signature combinations of technical and burly tricks on full display. Expect gnarly handrails, impossible gap transfers, technical spins and manuals, plus never-been-done combos at some of the BMX world’s most iconic street locations.
The new ‘URGE’ video segment completes a milestone-heavy year for Prangenberg. Recognized as a pacesetter of progressive BMX street riding, the German BMX pro joined the Monster Energy BMX team in April 2021 and proceeded to up the ante with contest podiums and acclaimed video parts, plus a constant barrage of face-melting Instagram clips.
It literally gets no better! Monster Energy congratulates its team of BMX athletes on a podium-perfect performance on day one of X Games 2021. In a field of the world’s best freestyle BMX riders, the team claimed every single medal awarded across four BMX disciplines at the private Dream Yard facility in Riverside, California, on Wednesday: Four gold, two silver, and two bronze medals. In the highly competitive BMX Dirt competition, 27-year-old Monster Energy BMX team rider Pat Casey took the gold medal, a career-first X Games gold, on his home turf. The gold medal run continued in BMX Dirt Best Trick with 31-year-old Andy Buckworth from Lake Haven, Australia, claiming the top spot with a spectacular double backflip no-hander. In the BMX Park event on Dream Yard’s sprawling
Get ready for a true must-listen for BMX fans! Monster Energy is proud to announce the release of Episode 7 of the alternative sports podcast Unleashed with The Dingo and Danny featuring multiple X Games medalist Pat Casey. This latest one-hour installment welcomes the 27-year-old BMX pro from Riverside, California, known as the inventor of tricks like the ‘fakie cashroll’ and proud builder of the legendary Dreamyard ramp facility with a corresponding web video series.
“It's freestyle BMX so you can do whatever you want. Taking different influences and making it your own is the main thing… Make it your own!” said Casey about his rise as a pro BMXer on the new podcast episode.
Get ready for a true must-listen for BMX fans! Danny and The Dingo talk shop with multiple X Games medalist and BMX innovator Pat Casey. Known for inventing technical tricks like the fakie cashroll and decade backflip, Casey is part of a new generation of BMX riders that redefined the sport in the 2010s.
Kevin Peraza, Pat Casey, Andy Buckworth, James Foster, and Larry Edgar go sun up to sun down for 48 hours in Salt Lake City riding parks of all shapes and sizes before going full send at Monster BMX Air event at the final stop of the Monster Energy Supercross Series.
Welcome to the pro ranks! Monster Energy congratulates long-time Monster Army amateur rider Jeremy Malott on joining the professional BMX team. As the company announced today, the 24-year-old from Lake Havasu, Arizona, is making his pro debut today with a heavy-hitting BMX video, live now on Monster Energy’s social media channels. After earning his stripes as a General in the Monster Army, Malott now joins the Monster Energy pro team Viewers can go online and watch Jeremy Malott’s ‘Breakthrough’ video part on Monster Energy’s official YouTube Channel.
Before joining Monster Energy’s pro BMX team, Jeremy Malott traveled the world and shook up the amateur ranks as part of the Monster Army. Growing up in the high desert town of Lancaster, California, he was already competing in motocross and BMX track races at age 10. Once he turned 17, he discovered freestyle BMX as his true passion.
With a full focus on expanding his trick repertoire, Malott soon evolved into a fierce competitor. In 2016, Malott won the freestyle BMX championship at the Monster Recon Tour. He had moved to Lake Havasu, Arizona, one year earlier for the vibrant BMX scene and one of the largest skateparks in the U.S. Jeremy Malott’s diverse bag of tricks has earned him several wins at international competitions, including first place in Best Trick at FISE events Montpellier, France and in Hiroshima, Japan, where he landed the world’s first 360 Triple Whip to Bar Spin. He also took second place overall at Barcelona Xtreme, and third place at the Toronto Jam.
Monster Energy congratulates Kevin Peraza and Larry Edgar on their first and third finishes, respectively, at the Street Style stop of the Toyota BMX Triple Challenge series in Arlington, Texas. Peraza’s well-rounded trick delivery and Edgar’s speed and power helped each of them clinch their victories on the multifaceted course. Walled-in on three sides by giant shipping containers, the Peraza-designed layout catered to all different styles of riding with a variety of unique ramp configurations including rails, ledges, multiple quarter pipe transfers, a box jump, and more. Riders in attendance complimented the course perfectly with a mix of street focused shredders like Broc Raiford and Reed Stark, to the more transition inclined, including Edgar and Pat Casey, least not forget upcoming star