Jeremy Malott has dreamed of riding in X Games his entire life. When the invite to the Boise Qualifier didn't come, he decided to take his own trip up to the park to see what he could put down. Who knows, maybe X Games will like what they see and send him a wildcard invite?
The 2018 FISE World Series kicks off in Hiroshima, Japan and the Monster Army BMX team headed overseas to compete with the world's best BMX riders. Your favorites Brian Fox, Jeremy Malott, Bryce Tryon and Justin Dowell were joined by Monster Army's newest Australian teammates Alec Danelutti and Jack Borthwick in Japan for a hell of a time.
2018 Bryce Tryon is hungry. The Lodi, California local has been loading up his arsenal of tricks and is ready for the new season. The homeschooled BMX rider is focusing on new combos, new heights and never been done before tricks. Watch as Bryce shreds his new personal skatepark The Snakepit and Woodward West. Bring it on 2018!
They say "Everything's bigger in Texas" and the third and final stop of the BMX Triple Challenge was no exception. The final stop of the three hit series featured the biggest jumps, the biggest tricks and the biggest crashes. Despite wind and bad weather the Monster Army team pulled it together and had a blast riding the final stop. Watch all of the madness here!
Monster Army rider Justin Dowell joins Mosnter Energy riders Victor Peraza, Kevin Peraza, Mike Varga and Pat Casey in Estonia for Simples Session. Dowell dominated the competition, making his way into finals.
The Monster Army BMX team made the trip all the way to China for the final round of the FISE World Cup Series. Check out all the insanity the team put down along with some riding from the Monster Energy pro riders.
Monster Army's Bryce Tryon goes up against Monster Energy's Alex Nikulin. Watch these two battle it out at Woodward West. See how the Russian Alex pushes Bryce to learn new skills and get outside his comfort zone.
The Monster Army BMX crew headed out to Budapest, Hungary to compete in another round of the FISE World Series. Watch Jeremy Malott, Bryce Tryon, Justin Dowell and Colton Walker compete against each other and other top riders from around the world.
The 2018 Toyota Triple Challenge kicked off in Anaheim, California at the first Supercross stop of the year! Monster Army riders Brian Fox and Bryce Tryon were joined by rookies Louie Cortese and Peyton Wessells to compete against the world's best dirt riders. Other riders included Monster Energy's Colton Walker, Kyle Baldock, Pat Casey, Victor and Kevin Peraza. Watch all of the mayhem here!