GT BMX is releasing Can You Film This?, a full-length video that highlights its badass roster of up and coming riders. Three years in the making, Can You Film This? was initially a project created to compile the riders’ stacked footage, particularly those spur-of-the-moment clips where they might ask, “Hey, can you film this?” In time, and with enough footage, it evolved into something more.
Can You Film This? features GT riders from around the world including: • Chelsea Wolfe • Dillon Leeper
Today, etnies premiered the new Devon Smillie full video part on the brand’s YouTube channel.Devon put in some serious work in the streets to create this five-minute, three-song part. He’s always been known as a rider with remarkable consistency and a very difficult technical trick selection. His latest video part is full of progressive riding and NBDs, like the last combo on an up-and-over rail. Devon will be running his new etnies Windrow Vulc signature colorway in the X Games BMX Street Contest this Friday, and they are available today on etnies.com.
Devon’s clean, classic signature black/black/white color combo with the etnies stylized “E” logo on the side, and his Fly Bikes “Fuego” logo on the footbed fits his style.
Perfect for riding or chilling in, the Windrow Vulc arrives in a single wrapped vulcanized constructed shoe with a Force Shield reinforced upper. This etnies shoe has a Foam Lite 2 molded EVA footbed and a Geo-Hex tread pattern outsole. It offers long-lasting comfort with a rubber heel wrap for support with a 400NBS rubber outsole.
Devon Smillie got his first racing bike at just 3 years old. With all-around abilities, a motocross and BMX racing background, and strong skateboarding skills too, it is safe to say that Smillie has left his mark in BMX. When Devon’s not ripping a local spot, you can catch him on the track, drifting his 350Z.
Hurricane have partnered with Glasgow Life and DIG BMX to bring you a brand new video contest, E-FISE BMX Street Glasgow. Hurricane have invited some of the world's best BMX street riders to film their best 90 second video in the streets of this famous city. Filming starts today and you can follow all the action from the shoot on FISE social media channels so make sure to stay tuned!
Mongoose Bikes is pleased to announce that its professional BMX team is heading to the renowned Riveter Bike Park in Mills River, N.C., on August 6 to host the inaugural Mongoose Dirtvana Jam. The event, which will feature X Games medalists Kevin Peraza, Pat Casey, Mykel Larrin and Ben Wallace, along with Olympian Nikita Ducarroz, will give local youth and bike enthusiasts the chance to meet and ride with the world-class Mongoose team. This marks the first time that Mongoose has hosted a Jam at a dirt-only bike park, drawing on the brand’s BMX roots.
“I just love that we are doing an all-dirt Jam,” said Mongoose Sports Marketing Manager, Leigh Ramsdell. “The Riveter is a perfect place to host our first Dirtvana Jam because it has something for riders of all skill levels. We have a solid team out there to help kids learn new skills, and we’ll have some special guests like Steve Crandall who will be announcing the event and bringing his personal love of the sport to the mic. The day will be filled with bikes, friends, and smiles!”
The all-day Dirtvana Jam event will be split into multiple sessions – welcoming both male and female riders. In the morning, the event will start under the canopy with the beginner and intermediate jump line jam for local amateurs with age brackets for awards and prizes from the Mongoose team. In the afternoon, the event will continue under the canopy for the open expert class. The open expert class will also feature a “Best Trick” award presented by USA BMX Freestyle. The day will finish off outside on a newly built pro-line for the pro demo from the Mongoose team. All contest participants will go home with a Mongoose prize bag for entering.
The biggest showcase in action sports is officially back! From July 20-24, X Games 2022 will host BMX, Skateboard and Moto X competitions at three unique athlete training facilities in Southern California. Monster Energy, the official energy drink partner of X Games, is ready to bring the stoke with its team of top athletes and multiple X Games gold medalists to this history-making sports spectacle. The 65th edition of X Games will be closed to the public with no spectators in attendance. Medal events will be contested at three unique athlete training facilities around Southern California and broadcast live to global audiences.
Fans can look forward to witnessing action sports history written by the world elite in all three sports:
News has arrived that Alex Hiam is no longer riding for Colony. Here's the scoop from both parties:
“After a great 15 years of road trips, video parts and a lifetime of good memories. The day has come where our good friend @alexhiam is moving on from Colony. We all know AH is an incredible rider that blows minds every time he steps on a bike and will continue to do so for many years to come.
Knowing Alex since he was 12 years old we’d be lying if this wasn’t emotional. Ever since that fateful day at Kuraby, when we first saw him ride, it’s been amazing to be part of his growth into the man he is today.
If you don't know the name Miki Fleck by now then you've definitely been living under a rock. Arguably one of the most progressive street riders of today Miki's energy on and off the bike is unmatched! We knew that Miki deserved his own signature frame and that is how the "ZUIN" was born. Miki knew exactly what he wanted when it came to the geometries, keeping some features from the Incarnate V2 like Invest Cast Drop Outs with built in Chain Tensioners and Removeable Brake Mounts, but with a few tweaks like lengthening the Chain Stay to 13.25" Slammed and having a taller Stand Over of 9.3". This frame is ready for anything Miki puts it through.
"Swing; it can be a golf shot, a Colombian dance, the meaning of a style in rap, or in this case
What are Some of the Most Popular Cycle Sports in the World? Cycling is a great way to get a workout and maintain good health. It is also great as an alternative form of travel that is just a bit better for the environment. However, as with any athletic event, we have found ways to make cycling competitive and thrilling. This is where cycle sports come in. A cycle sport is any competitive physical activity done using bicycles. This can include racing, stunts, or both. In this article, we are going to go through a list of cycle sports that enjoy quite a bit of popularity in the world today.
BMX Surely, most people reading this have heard of BMX. It is one of the most popular forms of bicycle riding in the world today. Simply put, BMX is a race in which the competitors all ride BMX bikes. Several different alternatives of the sport exist, though the most popular ones are the Freestyle BMX and the BMX Racing events. Hugely popular as well, are the off-road and on-road amateur recreations, done by fans of the sport and the brand. BMX’s popularity extends beyond cycling fans. It is enjoyed by athletes, fans and punters of all walks of life. For example, Novibet covers bicycle races extensively, and it appears that BMX races are some of the most popular on the website.
X Games 2022 will return to Southern California – hosting BMX and Moto X competitions from two unique Monster Energy athlete training facilities at Slayground and SloanYard, as well as Skateboarding at California Skateparks’ Training Facility from July 20-24. New to this year’s event, five-time X Games skateboard gold medalist Elliot Sloan and his backyard playground, the “SloanYard,” become new hosts of X Games 2022, debuting the first and only MegaPark ramp at X Games. Axell Hodges’ motocross compound will again host five Moto X disciplines with the addition of BMX Dirt joining the mix at the “Slayground” this year. The CATF will once again host Skateboard and BMX Street
The BMX scene is both vibrant and widespread, with races taking place across the globe. From the Dutch National Championships in Uithoorn to The Greatest Race On Earth in Tulsa, Oklahoma, riders are climbing on their bikes and competing, keeping the humble BMX in the public eye. Garrett Reynolds, Mat Hoffman, and Jamie Bestwick have helped raise the sport's profile globally, but could harnessing new digital technology take BMX racing even further? One method sports teams in other sectors or leveraging are fan tokens. These are digital assets backed by cryptocurrency, which have a real-world value. They're tradeable, meaning they could be seen as an investment, but they also deliver tangible benefits to the holder.