Taking place during select Monster Energy Supercross events the Toyota BMX Triple Challenge has proven to be the premiere event for pushing the level of dirt riding and BMX as a whole. In its second year, the two jump, winner takes all has continually brought out the gnarliest riding from the best riders in the world.
ABOVE BELOW | BEN LEWIS. Check out Ben Lewis’s section from our first feature length video, ABOVE BELOW! Benny sums up UK street riding and has been helping define it for over a decade! Click play for proof of why BMX and Monster Energy are happy to back Benny L.
And here we have it, Dan Lacey’s epic 7 minute ender ender from ABOVE BELOW! Let Dan blow your mind with full speed, balls out street riding consisting of some of the knarliest grind combos and biggest 360’s in the game!
ABOVE BELOW | NATHAN WILLIAMS. We are still very unsure as to which way Nathan Williams grinds and spins, this is in no way helped by his ground breaking ABOVE Section! You need to check this out now for a master class in BMX street riding.
Two big jumps. One run counts. Anyone can ride. That's one hell of a recipe for progression...and a lot of disaster. In its second year, the Triple Challenge has gained incredible notoriety as one of the most progressive events in BMX. This three-stop dirt series takes place during select Monster Energy Supercross events and runs much the same as its Supercross counterpart. Here are the highlights from stop number one and we'll see you guys in Glendale, Arizona, on January 26th for stop number two!
Monster Energy’s Kyle Baldock took a respective second place at the Toyota BMX Triple Challenge at Monster Energy Supercross in Anaheim, and teammate Colton Walker took third. After the dust settled, both Baldock and Walker were holding over-sized checks at the first stop of the Toyota BMX Triple Challenge. In its second year, the Triple Challenge has gained incredible notoriety as one of the most progressive events in BMX. This three-stop dirt series takes place during select Monster Energy Supercross events and runs much the same as its Supercross counterpart. And, it’s one of the few open invites events in the States, so it brings some of the best riders from as far as Russia and several unknown riders attempting to break into the mainstream.
“The Ramp” finale…finally. Shot in the middle of 2016, various obstacles and periods of nothingness have let this video sleep dormant for far too long. But, I think it shows how timeless The Ramp can be, as the riding from Kevin and Alex still stand up to the level of riding today. I know it’s only been a year and a half, but progression happens fast these days.