On Friday 5th July, at House of Vans' monthly BMX Support Group, a night dedicated entirely to riders on two wheels, House of Vans are hosting the World Premiere of Federal Bikes' 'FTS', featuring riding in London, Seville, Philly, California, Barcelona, Tel Aviv and Madrid from Dan Lacey, Bruno Hoffmann, Anthony Perrin, Michal Smelko, Ryan Eles and James Cunningham. Check out the final episode of Lost It, a series chronicling the progress of FTS HERE.
Doors open at 6pm, with the Premiere kicking off at 7pm, before an evening of cash for tricks, free burgers and beers.
USA Cycling announced today the 17 athletes that will be representing the U.S. National Team at the 2019 UCI BMX Racing World Championships in Zolder Belgium on July 27th. Among the riders are 2016 Olympic Gold and Silver medalists Connor Fields and Alise Willoughby as well as 2017 World Champion Corben Sharrah, 2017 was also the same year that Willoughby claimed her World Title.
We are proud to announce that Meybo is now a proud sponsor of Box Components "Box". Meybo bikes are also part of Meybo Distribution and are THE brand of bikes. The U.S. Distributor for Meybo is Mojo BMX distribution. As a loyal partner, Meybo has been distributing Box for over 7 years in the Netherlands. Many of their frame features are specific to our “Oversized Technology”. These frames are available in multiple sizes.
Used by the Dutch National Team with many championships, Box's Oversized Technology is a philosophy
Jemma, also known as, Lil' JT, grew up in Woodbury, Minnesota. She was born on May 15, 2012, and began her hobby in BMX in 2017. She got started at an old school get together at their indoor track, Rum River BMX. Her father, Jeff had the thought that Jemma would like to ride her balance bike there. On that very day, she wouldn't stop going around the track and eventually, Jeff had to pull her off to get hydrated from all the fun. In May 2017, she entered her first balance bike race and to our surprise, she beat all the boys. Since then she has won every balance bike race she entered including the Grand Nationals.
The following year in June 2018, she broke her arm and was in a cast for six weeks. By August, she couldn't wait to get back on the track and once her cast was removed she tied for first place at the North Central Gold Cup. She later crashed in the main and missed getting a plate. Things soon turned around and she then went on to win all her races. In so doing she moved her ranking from 22nd to 3rd overall, whilst competing for a very competitive Minnesota State series plate. After enduring 9 months of racing some really fast Intermediate boys, she became an Expert. Her first race as an Expert girl was in 2018 at the Grand Nationals. Unfortunately, she crashed when battling out front on the first straightaway, taking her out once again. She didn't give up.
The UK’s biggest celebration of music, street art, skate and BMX, NASS festival is returning to the Bath & West Showground, near Bristol on Thursday 11 – Sunday 14 July 2019 for their biggest year yet, featuring headliners Giggs, Rudimental and Cypress Hill. NASS brings together the world’s best BMX riders to compete in the biggest and most progressive contests in the country. With under two weeks to go NASS has revealed the full list of competing riders for 2019, as well as competition and jam timings. Riders from around the globe will be competing for a combined prize purse of £25,000. This year sees a number of Tokyo 2020 Olympic hopefuls competing including Alex Coleborn, James Jones, Declan Brooks, and Jack Clark who are all on the Great Britain Cycling Team’s world class BMX programme.
Back again to defend his NASS 2018 Pro Park title is America’s Justin Dowell along with 5 x X Games Gold Medalist Daniel Dhers (VEN) and 8 x NASS Champion Mark Webb (GBR). The BMX Street Invitational will see 2018 X Games Gold Medalist Alex Donnachie (GBR), Courage Adams (NGR), Bruno Hoffmann (GER), Dan Lacey (GBR) compete for the title.
"For this second installment of Profile’s neighborhood Crawl, we brought Shane and Dillon Leeper as well as Billy Woodfin to Tulsa in the Spring of 2019. While avoiding the impending, seriously oppressive summer, we used my wife’s house as a homebase, and explored the innards and outards of T-Town for a total of 5 days. Here’s the fruits of our fun...We hope you enjoy." - Matt Coplon/Profile Thanks to Russell Wadlin, Aaron Anderson, and especially Ariel and Lucy Gunn, and Kyle Kisling, for continuing to make Tulsa one of the most enjoyable cities to travel to. Thanks to Trey Ehart and Entertainment for usage of the song “Confusion of Senses” featured on the album “Gender” released on Stickfigure Records.