Name: Alex Rusko
Hometown: Budapest, Hungary
The favorite list:
-Spot to ride: Elisabeth Square, Budapest. This is a little outdoor skatepark and a lot of rider hate it but I always find something new to do here.
-BMX video: Deadline
Are you losing track on who rides for who? Here's a long list with the most recent team changes and pick ups. The latest team changes get added to the top. The industry never chills, always adding and dropping. What's new for 2015? Let us know.
-Alise Post on Klean
-Alex Donachie on Monster Energy
-Nik Ford off Diamondback
-Alon Kosoy on wtp
-Dylan Gold on Tree
-Jordan Aleppo on Primo
-Felipe Manozca on Crupi/USprobikes
-Terry Adams on Profile
-Tory Nyhaug on SSquared
BMX and Nitro Circus Live stars James Foster and Jed Mildon square off to see who will be the first person to successfully land a quadruple backflip on a BMX bike, in Revolution Day: The Chase for the Biggest Trick in Action Sports History, Sunday, July 12, at 4:30 p.m. ET on NBC. The 90-minute special will chronicle the athletes’ nine-month journey as they individually trained, practiced and ultimately battled to become the world’s first athlete to complete the landmark trick.
The second edition of BMX Street Rink went down on June 27, 2015 in the Olympic Ice Stadium in Munich, Germany and was most definitely one of this year's contest highlights. All the riders proved why they are some of the world's best by showing an unbelievable trick level. In the end it was Dennis Enarson who took the win! Garrett Reynolds made the second place. Chad Kerley came in third and also won the best trick award with a bars to manual to smith to nose manual to bars combo.
Name: Charles Tschumy
Hometown: La Farlède, South of France
Hook-ups/Sponsors: Stranger via Unleaded Bmx shop, Foundation, Lotek and Youth brand
The favorite list:
-Web video: Dennis Enarson at home for Markit