Vans BMX is proud to present the latest short film from team rider Kevin Peraza, Con Todo, directed by filmmaker and friend Juani Zurita. Meaning “giving it all” or “with everything,” the film explores Kevin’s roots, highlighting his high-energy riding at spots throughout Hermosilo, Sonora Mexico, as well as Arizona and California.
Vans BMX is proud to present the latest short film from team rider Kevin Peraza, Con Todo, directed by filmmaker and friend Juani Zurita. Meaning “giving it all” or “with everything,” the film explores Kevin’s roots, highlighting his high-energy riding at spots throughout Hermosilo, Sonora Mexico, as well as Arizona and California. Leading with a fresh vision for BMX, Kevin and Juani worked together to bring together all of Kevin’s strengths – dirt, park, and street—into one cohesive film, capped with a trick that had been on their radar since riding the San Diego, California spot nearly a year previously.
“I can't thank my friend and BMX brother Juani enough for not only being super motivating throughout
Vans, the original action sports footwear and apparel brand, proudly unveils the all-new BMX Style 114, a performance-driven silhouette designed specifically for BMX featuring a colorway in collaboration with Vans athlete Kevin Peraza. Inspired by his childhood growing up immersed in BMX, and with aesthetic nods to his home state of Arizona, the BMX Style 114 delivers durability, support, and impact protection that are born from BMX. The latest addition to Vans long BMX history, the BMX Style 114 builds on the progression of Vans BMX WaffleCup technology and was designed to help riders like Peraza push themselves further. Intentionally departing from the black hues usually seen in BMX footwear and apparel, Peraza took a fresh direction with the BMX Style 114 by tapping into a
It’s all pedal to the metal in this episode! UNLEASHED welcomes decorated BMX athlete and three-time X Games gold medalist Kevin Peraza to the show. Podcast hosts The Dingo and Danny talk all things freestyle BMX with the 27-year-old from Tucson, Arizona.
It’s all pedal to the metal in this episode! Monster Energy is proud to welcome freestyle BMX innovator and three-time X Games gold medalist Kevin Peraza on Episode 31 of the sports and pop culture podcast UNLEASHED with The Dingo and Danny. This latest one-hour episode featuring Peraza released today across Monster Energy’s social media channels. In the conversation recorded inside Monster Energy headquarters in Corona, California, the all-round BMX champion shares key milestones in his ongoing professional career.
“The biggest question is, how do you keep going after falling so hard? I think it's that line that you have to cross. When you realize, you want this despite those injuries, because you know they’re going to happen. I’ve had them before, and I’ve only come back stronger and more addicted to it. That’s what kept me riding for the past 20 years, it’s crazy!” said Peraza about his driving force on the new episode of UNLEASHED.
Fans can now tune in to Episode 31 of UNLEASHED featuring decorated BMX professional Peraza. Released today, the new podcast is streaming on all major platforms, including Spotify, iTunes, and YouTube.
Growing up as the son of a pro BMX racer, Peraza was raised with a passion for BMX in his blood. After making his mark on the amateur circuit in the late 2000s, Peraza turned pro as a teenager in 2010 and
Kyle Carlson sat down with Kevin Peraza to talk about his Mongoose signature frame, La Familia v2. Featuring geometry and graphics designed by Peraza himself, this frame is ready to customize so you can create your dream bike. Dropping April, 5th – these frames are gonna go fast.
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be Mongoose pro rider Kevin Peraza? Well wonder no more. Watch our exclusive video for a real day-in-the-life look at one of the best BMX riders on the planet. You can also catch a glimpse of Kevin’s upcoming signature frame – La Familia V2.
Workin’ on your freestyle skills? Learn tricks from one of the best pros in the business, Kevin Peraza! In our latest video, Kevin teaches one of his favorites the Can-Can – a basic trick with tons of room for variation and creativity. Check out the video and then try it out!
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
The need for BMX comps is there but in these times it's still challenging to do it under safe conditions. The BMX Triple Challenge series had its most recent stop at the Supercross race in Arlington, Texas. As in the past years a change to a Street type contest was held. A strong field of riders made it out to Arlington for the event and here's how the top 3 ended up and who won Best Trick.
BMX Triple Challenge, Arlington, Texas. 1) Kevin Peraza (MEX) 2) Matt Ray (USA) 3) Larry Edgar (USA)