Hope you are staying healthy and safe during this time of uncertainty.
As we’ve all come to witness, we are currently facing an unprecedented global crisis that has impacted the way we live, work and interact as a global community. It has caused global disruptions and changes to the way businesses operate beyond what could have been imagined. In light of the COVID-19 situation, our brand has been taking a series of precautionary steps to ensure that the health and wellbeing of our Vans Family and the global community remains our top priority. This has involved postponing or canceling upcoming owned events globally through to closing our corporate offices and Vans retail locations across North America, Europe and select locations in Asia Pacific.
As a global brand focused on connecting with our consumers around the world through experiences and spaces that bring their creativity to life, Vans will always prioritize the health and wellbeing of our consumers and staff.
With that said, we have made the difficult decision to cancel the 2020 Vans BMX Pro Cup Series season.
This was not an easy decision, but one we feel is necessary in the current state of uncertainty.
The results are in! The Vans BMX Pro Cup Championships event showcased over 70 talented BMX riders this past weekend at the Vans Off The Wall Skatepark, culminating with the ultimate crowning of Jason Watts and Natalya Diehm as the new 2019 Pro Cup Champions. As the world’s leading platform for elite BMX competition, the Vans BMX Pro Cup series saluted the 2019 season in Huntington Beach, CA after traveling to Australia, Germany and Mexico, and honored its commitment to prize parity for the men and women podium winners today. On fire all season, and consistently impressing the crowds all around the world, Australia’s Jason Watts takes a well-deserved win as the new 2019 BMX Pro Cup Series champion, earning the most points of any rider this 2019
The Vans BMX Pro Cup has touched down in Huntington Beach for the exciting Championships grand finale. This weekend, the series will culminate its international tour to showcase the most talented BMX riders in the world and crown a new men’s and women’s Pro Cup Champion in BMX park terrain. The weekend kicked off today with the last chance Pro Cup Men’s Regional Qualifiers, where over 50 athletes from Mexico, Singapore, Chile, Brazil, USA, Australia and more, competed for the final opportunity to earn a top qualifying seed into the Championships Semi-finals, taking place tomorrow.
After a scorching day of BMX rallying, Ecuador’s Jonathan Camacho prevailed, taking first place in the
In an effort to make it into the Pro Cup Semi- Finals, dudes from all across the globe came to throw down at the 2019 HB Vans Pro Cup Regional Qualifier in Huntington Beach, CA. Here are some highlights from the finals, DIG RAW style.
Lines are being sorted and moves are getting ironed out at the 2019 HB Vans Pro Cup World Championships in Huntington Beach, CA. Get a glimpse into what everyone has in mind for the Semi- Finals and Finals.
The Vans BMX Pro Cup Series is the world’s definitive platform for BMX park terrain competition, showcasing the most talented BMX athletes from across the globe! The final stop of the series, we head to Vans Skatepark in Huntington Beach, CA September 13th - 15th, 2019. Keep your eye out for highlights and to see who will be crowned women's and men's champions!
The ladies were ripping at the Vans BMX Pro Cup in Mexico city! Peep all the madness from the finals, right here. Riding from Angie Marino, Perris Benegas, Teresa Azcoaga, Natalya Diehm, Macarena Perez and more.
The level of BMX progression is off the charts right now and Monster Energy riders are pushing the boundaries. Monster Energy congratulates Larry Edgar on taking third place at the third stop of the Vans BMX Pro Cup series in Mexico City this weekend. In front of a capacity crowd at the Skatepark Metro Puebla 2, the 26-year-old from Corona, California, earned his podium spot despite a knee injury in a highly contested finals featuring the world’s best BMX park riders.
Also walking away with a trophy, Monster Energy’s Kevin Peraza took first place in the progression-driven Best Trick event. In an open session that had the high-energy crowd on its feet, the 24-year-old from Tucson, Arizona, pulled a never-been-done 180 Backflip Tailwhip over the park’s spine ramp to take
Watch highlights from Mexico City and the VANS Pro Cup 2019, from Best Whip all the way to Best Trick, via the latest installment of DIG RAW. Thanks again to Vans for an amazing time! We can't wait for the next one.