It was all action in the BMX Freestyle Park Qualifications and Semi-Finals this weekend. In the women's qualifier Hannah Roberts brought her signature big tricks and can feel confident going into the finals as the top place qualifier. Her American team mate Perris Benegas was close behind in second place, her style and height cruising the park was incredible. Chelsea Wolfe finished off the top 3, with a super impressive display of bike control and tricks, she will definitely be one to watch in the final.
In the Men's Semi-Finals the level was incredible and in the end a score of over 83 points was required to get one of the 12 spots in Monday’s final. Daniel Sandoval was first with a perfect first run that earned him an huge score of 94.06. It was perhaps the clean execution and variety of his run that impressed
On Wednesday, June 2nd, we place an order with Vans Custom for the Bob Haro / Bob Morales Vans Wafflecup Custom Slip-ons. These shoes form part of a package that includes the global edition of the book (with around 200 additional pages of content), the custom Vans Tote backpack, two limited-edition T-shirts, and other items. For those who wish to grab this package and guarantee their size is locked in, now is the time to place the order.
The Limited Edition Vans X The Birth of the BMX Freestyle Movement Package launches the Global Edition of the book.
With almost 200 pages of new and updated content, we journey through the history of the UK Freestyle scene in a dedicated chapter that features input from British riders and industry figureheads. We also get into the van with the Factory Tour teams in a chapter that pulls the curtain back on the mid-80s summer tours titled “East of the 5” with insights from the teams, the announcers, and the brand owners who handed over the company credit cards and AAA maps before sending their crews into the depths of every town USA and beyond for the summer months.
To send this last edition up, the good folks at Vans allowed me to design some of their new dedicated
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.
The Globetrotter is Brian Kachinsky’s signature frame. Tried, tested, and made true by the entire team. With a 75.5° HT, 13.3” - 13.625” CS, and 20.75” and 21” TT, it features geometry suited for all styles of riding and is built to withstand anything BK and crew throw at it.
Now available in limited Gloss Red Flake. Ask for one at your local GT dealer or favorite mailorder.
Today, etnies released Devon Smillie’s new signature colourway of the Windrow Vulc. Arriving in a white and gum, Devon’s clean, classic signature colorway with the etnies stylized “E” logo fits his style. Check out the new etnies Windrow Vulc here
Through the years, Devon has had remarkable consistency for a rider with a very difficult and technical trick selection. Watch Devon’s latest edit to launch his signature etnies Windrow Vulc here.
Perfect for riding or chilling in, the Windrow Vulc arrives in a single wrapped vulcanized constructed shoe. This etnies shoe has a Foam Lite 2 molded EVA footbed featuring Smillie’s signature
Woodward, the ultimate summer camp experience for the next-generation of passionate athletes, is excited to offer a first look inside their new massive skatepark, Town Centre. The expansive new park that broke ground in early May will include 30,250 square feet of rideable park, 35 street features, 18 features around the pump track, 19 bowl corners and berms, 30+ different hips and hip transfers, and more. Woodward’s Skate Program Designer, Ryan Sheckler, along with icons and BMX Program Advisors, Ryan Nyquist and Jamie Bestwick, are stoked to see this creative, feature-rich Town Centre come to life, and plan on riding it as soon as it's ready mid-summer.
There are many exciting events throughout the year but none of them are as exciting as BMX events. BMX riders perform all kinds of tricks with these bikes which makes the events interesting. Naturally, these riders practice these tricks day and night so they can seem flawless. That’s why each trick they perform has the audience in awe. So, it’s no surprise that mobile game developers were inspired by them and developed a couple of games. In that regard, here are some BMX games to enjoy on your smartphone:
Touchgrind BMX 2 This is a great game for anyone that’s looking to start with BMX games. You use your fingers to move the bike, flip it around and perform tricks with it. You have several places for tricks to choose from as well as several bikes you can customize. For example, you can change their color, seats, frames and even the bike handles. All in all, it’s a great game to enjoy on your phone.
Betting is a part of several sports nowadays. That’s why there are so many sportsbooks available online. Sites like Novibet cover a variety of sports and bettors can visit these sites to see what’s on offer. The thing about these sites is that you can place bets online without a problem. Just remember to enjoy
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.
Hosted at the Sud de France Arena from June 4th to 8th, the 2021 UCI Urban Cycling World Championships will count as part of the qualification process for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, taking place this summer. With the qualification period ending officially on June 7th for BMX Freestyle Park, riders are going to get their very last opportunity to grab points toward the most prestigious competition in the World. This year, the event is even more anticipated because it will be the first time that BMX Freestyle Park is part of the sports program.
By confirming this news, the IOC is increasing the anticipation for the contest which is expected to