We are returning to China for the final event of FISE World Series 2018 and we could not be more excited. It's all still to play for with a number of key battles taking place that will decide who will be the overall winners of FWS 2018. Plus, the added excitement of this event being the first UCI BMX Freestyle Park event that will count towards qualifying for the Olympic Games in Tokyo 2020. Chengdu is becoming a permanent feature on the FWS thanks to the city's amazing atmosphere and its resident’s passion for actions sports. This year we have a few new features for spectators to enjoy:
It's not every day that some of the top Pro BMX riders make it to The Netherlands for a Park contest. Pro Freestyle over in Heerlen was supposed to be the place to see the good action this past weekend. On Friday practice got on its way. The 040BMXPARK ramps were available all day to ride. Unfortunately Pim Scheers had a collision with an other rider and broke his finger. With a trip already booked for China (UCI World Cup) this is now going to be a challenge. Get well soon Pim. With many pro riders in town such as Marin Rantes, Jack Clark, James Jones, Declan Brooks, Senad Grosic, Cam Peake, Tobias Freigang, Dominik Freigang, Micheal Meisel, Daniel Wedemeijer, Shaun Gornall, Joe Ferguson, Levi Weidmann, Steffen Buyle and Val Ward, Shanice Silva Cruz, Valeri Steffe and Emma Finnegan on the female side, it's a pitty that the weather gods had different plans. What was supposed to be a good weekend full of riding in the city centre of Heerlen turned into indoor riding sessions elsewhere (The Promise and 040BMXPARK).
This weekend a solid crew of BMX Park riders will make it to Heerlen, Netherlands to participate at the Pro Freestyle event. Riders from Croatia, England, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany and Austria have made it over to ride the second edition of the UCI Category 1 event. With a full day of practice on Friday, qualification on Saturday and Finals on Sunday, the Pro Freestyle event will see good riding from some of the top pros on the 040BMXPARK ramp set-up. Free spectating area all around the course which is set up in the city-centre of Heerlen in the South of The Netherlands. For a riders list and a schedule, read on. Men: Marin Rantes Jack Clark James Jones Declan Brooks Senad Grosic Cam Peake Tobias Freigang
Hurricane have teamed up with G-SHOCK for a brand new type of FISE contest. #21seconds is an online contest which asks people to share the best line they can create in #21seconds for the chance to win a €1000 prize. The line can be in any one of these four sports: BMX - Scooter - Roller - Skateboard. The contest is open for entries 13th September - 5th October 2018.
Entrants need to send their clip to us via Twitter or Instagram using #21seconds and tag @fiseworld. The video should be unedited and feature one continuous line. Each line submitted will be reviewed by
It is time for the craziest, funniest & cosiest contest of the year! Together with the Onwies-Knallen crew we organize the BMX BOK on Saturday 15 september 2018. At this yearly contest the skatepark will be destroyed! Riders will fly through the walls & roof! Serious, you don’t want to miss this!
Beside the contest, the astmosphere is Always on point with a lot of riders from the whole country. We start with the AM’s and then we go further with the PRO’s. There will also some funny side-contests added.
Shout out to Pauls Boutique BMX, Rock ’n Roll dist. & Dante Bikes! Thanks for your support!
In just under two weeks, the Vans BMX Pro Cup World Tour will culminate in Málaga, Spain for the series’ grand finale on September 21 - 23 to crown the official 2018 Vans BMX Pro Cup men’s and women’s Champion. Series regional advancers prepare to battle for the coveted world title against the current top-ranked Vans BMX Pro Cup Tour Pros at the legendary El Málaga Skatepark. Following an exciting world tour through Chile, Australia, U.S., Mexico and now Spain, the industry’s leading BMX riders will meet for one final decisive battle to determine the 2018 Vans Pro Cup World Champions and establish next year’s elite Tour Pros roster.
Dominating the men’s field, defending 2017 Vans BMX Pro Cup World Champion and first-ranked Tour
Ever since the Rebeljam made it to Eurocamp in 2012 we've spent our holidays at Eurocamp in Tossa de Mar Spain. It's pretty close to paradise over there and Darryl Nau is taking action to get people together for a fun weekend in September. We'll let Darryl do the talking and have added a video link from the 2012 Vans rebeljam at the bottom at the bottom which explains the place a bit more.
Hey Friends! I’m organizing the first annual JAMCATION!
Think Jam + Vacation at this casual 3 day weekend of camping in paradise that happens have BMX riding…
Jamcation is not a contest or a traditional jam but rather a very laid back gathering where you actually get to ride as much BMX as you’d like with your friends. The only schedule is to relax and enjoy yourself.
From 7-11 November the second UCI BMX Freestyle Park World Championships will take place in Chengdu, China. It will be an event where also Olympic qualifying points will be given out. This process starts on 1 November 2018 and will be an exciting qualification period to follow. For this year's UCI BMX Freestyle Park World Championships a limited number of riders can participate. The UCI released the info which you can find below.
Following the integration of the BMX Freestyle Park discipline into the UCI and the start of the Olympic Qualification period for the 2020 Olympic Games, the UCI has decided to set a participation quota by nation for the 2018 UCI BMX Freestyle Park World Championships, which will be held during the 2018 UCI Urban Cycling World Championships in Chengdu, China. This will allow the most active nations in BMX Freestyle Park the ability to be well represented, while still giving all countries the ability to send a minimum of 1 rider in each category. This will also ensure that the number of entries will remain at a level that allows the event to be completed in the time available.
Qualification Ranking by Nation The quota available to be earned by each nation will be decided through the creation of a Qualification Ranking by Nation for the 2018 season. For future seasons, this will be adapted based upon the development of the UCI International Freestyle Calendar. For the 2018 season, in both the Men Elite
100% is proud to introduce the latest collection of goggles, gloves and casual apparel. The 2018 Fall Goggle range includes a plethora of new designs and colorways in the World Cup winning Racecraft +. Also included are the always popular Racecraft models, and the perennial favorite Accuri line. Additionally, the all-new mud-specific Strata Forecast goggle marries the premium Forecast Film System with the economical Strata goggle to provide a high-performance mud goggle at an extraordinary price point. Not to be outdone, the youth line enjoys multiple fresh color ways and two new film-equipped goggles to complete the already robust offering.
The entire 100% glove lineup has been completely redeveloped and redesigned for Fall 2018. The fit, function, and construction have all been refined to offer the most comprehensive glove collection to date. The assortment offers eight unique chassis with features specifically tailored to accommodate all riding styles, disciplines and conditions.