Chilean conexión, Damian Cespedes spent a full three months stateside and got his fill of riding and traveling in his stay. Click play and watch Damian handle business on spots spanning from Cali to Arizona to Texas. After a journey like that, it's safe to say this guy has style for miles.
Name: Robert Barranco Age: 25 Hometown: Davie, Florida Hook-ups/Sponsors: Tree Bicycle Co. and FTE Collective
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-Spot to ride: Pacific Northwest concrete. Or Australia. -BMX video: Pull Back or Die -Website: ftecollective.com -Web video: T-1 We Love Colorado -Food: Pasta or steak or both. -Twitter to follow: Don’t really use it much. -Person on Instagram: @fastandloosebmx -Travel destination: For bikes, the Pacific Northwest or Australia. Spain too. Anywhere new really. -Riders to ride with: My friends. -Car: Hyundai Santa Fe -Movie: Don’t really watch many.
Name: Dane Beardsley Age: Old Enough to know better but still too young to care Hometown: Lake Orion, Michigan Hook-ups/Sponsors: DK Bicycles, Division BMX, System Cycle Supply, Duo Brand, Alienation Bicycle Components, and ASA Actions Sports
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-Spot to ride: Asphalt, concrete, or dirt -BMX video: Anthem II and the Michigan Video recently -Website: weather.com -Web video: Currently Live Free or Die from the Credence crew -Food: Mexican -Twitter to follow: Quit Twitter a while ago -Person on Instagram: @dkbicycles -Travel destination: Pacific Northwest -Riders to ride with: Jody Temple, Darin Wright, Jarad Sutton, Kent & Mason Pearson, Mykel Larrin, Catfish.
Name: Jabe Jones Age: 19 Hometown: Longwood, FL. USA. Hook-ups/Sponsors: The Shadow Conspiracy, Subrosa Brand
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-Spot to ride: Roofs -BMX video: Talk Is Cheap -Website: DIG -Web video: Rich Forne Welcome To Federal -Food: Pasta -Twitter to follow: None -Person on Instagram: @loofalee -Travel destination: Reykjavik, Iceland -Riders to ride with:
USA Cycling announced today the process that will select the 2020 Olympic Team for the exciting discipline of BMX Racing, now in its fourth Olympic Games, and the new Olympic discipline of BMX Freestyle. The organization has published the Athlete Selection Criteria for the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo for BMX Freestyle and Racing on its website. The USA Cycling Selection Committee set forth to create criteria that would not only select the best athletes, but was objective and easy for athletes and their coaches to understand.
The maximum quota of athletes for the BMX Freestyle discipline is two athletes per gender. Quota slots will be initially filled in order of their ranking in the USA Cycling Olympic BMX Freestyle Rankings as of May 12, 2020. Points towards an athlete’s rankings will be awarded for their best four finishes in UCI Freestyle World Cup events plus the 2019 World Championships between January 1, 2019 and May 12, 2020. Athletes must finish in the top 8 in these events to earn Olympic BMX Freestyle Ranking points.
The maximum quota of athletes for the BMX Racing discipline is three athletes per gender. Like BMX Freestyle, quota slots will be filled per gender by athletes in order of their ranking in the USA Cycling Olympic BMX Racing Rankings as of June 2, 2020. Points towards their rankings will be awarded based on their best ten finishes in the finals (top 8) at UCI BMX Racing World Cup events plus 2019 and 2020 World Championship events with a Maximum of twelve scores counting between January 1, 2019 and