Toutes les finales de la manche n°3 à Guipavas (Finistère)
00:00 Intro 00:10 Minimes filles 00:55 Minimes 01:51 Femmes 17 et plus 02:40 Hommes 17 à 24 03:27 Hommes 25 à 29 04:18 Hommes 30 et plus 05:06 Cadettes 06:03 Cadets 06:50 Juniors femmes 07:45 Juniors hommes 08:34 Elites femmes 09:26 Elites hommes
When was the first year you got yourself a BMX license to race? Felicia Stancil: 4 years old. My dad used to race BMX, so I started young!
From the very beginning was the goal for you to become an Olympian? Felicia Stancil: In the beginning I loved BMX because I got to travel the world and met so many friends within the sport. I believe I was 13 years old when I saw BMX racing during its Olympic debut in 2008. I thought it was amazing that my sport became an Olympic sport, but it didn’t become more of a reality that I could compete on that level until I was Junior Pro racing down the 8m. Once that began, I decided to only focus on BMX since I was involved in many sports growing up.
BMX Racing has changed from your early years to now. What are the biggest changes for you?
The Speed Series Pro features our Speed Metal tubeset to keep the weight down while maintaining the stiffness wanted to take the hole shot. Equipped with disc brakes for fast stopping after the finish sprint and spec'd to give you the confidence to chase the top step out of the box. Available in sizes PRO, PRO XL, PRO XXL.
-Frame: GT Speed Series MK7 Elite Race Design, 6061-T6 AL, Alloy Formed and Butted Speed Metal Tubes, AL CNC/Forged Quick Change -Disc Dropout SyStem, BB86, Taper 1-1/8" to 1-1/2" Integrated H/T -Fork: GT BMX Pro Race, 100% Cr-Mo 1 1/8" Steerer, Tapered Legs, 3/8" Dropouts