The 3rd and final stop of the Toyota BMX triple Challenge took place in the enclosed indoor pits of the Georgia Dome, where Colton Walker took 4th and Monster Energy's Own Kyle Baddock took 2nd and the overall series win.
Monster Energy congratulates Kyle Baldock on being crowned the overall champion of the inaugural three-stop Toyota BMX Triple Challenge. A scaled-down event that’s sole focus is to progress the level of tricks possible, the Toyota BMX Triple Challenge brought the best riders in the world to compete in a two jump, winner takes all huckfest. With a first place win in Anaheim, CA and a second place in Glendale, AZ, Baldock came to the third and final event in Atlanta with an 11-point lead. But, with the unique format of the event that gives points to the Best Trick event winner, the overall championship was really open for several heavy hitters to include Brandon Loupos, Nick Bruce, and Logan Martin to take the win.
Jumping Insanity at Toyota BMX Triple Challenge Finals. Mind-blowing riding from the final stop of the Toyota BMX Triple Challenge in Atlanta, Georgia featuring madness from Drew Bezanson, Logan Martin, Kyle Baldock, Brandon Loupos, James Foster, Mike Varga, Daniel Sandoval, and more. By Vital BMX.
The progression continues in Glendale, Arizona, as the best dirt riders in the world hit the Toyota BMX Triple Challenge just before the gate drops at the Monster Energy Supercross series. With the points race in full swing, Monster's own Kyle Baldock came out swinging, but it was the relative unknown, Brian Fox, who was able to put it together in his final run and take the win. The third and final stop of the Triple Challenge will go down in Atlanta, Georgia, on February 25th and we'll be crowning a champion. See you there!
Monster Energy congratulates Monster Army rider Brian Fox on his upset victory at the second stop of the Toyota BMX Triple Challenge this weekend in Glendale, Arizona. Monster Energy’s Kyle Baldock sealed second place and remains the overall point’s leader, and Logan Martin took third. The second stop of the new three-stop dirt series takes place during select Monster Energy Supercross events and is at the forefront of the progression in BMX. The two-jump, winner takes all format, aims to bring together the best BMX riders in the world with a points-based, open series for anyone to take part in and throw down.
Heavy wind delayed the event on Friday, so both the open qualifier and finals took place on Saturday,
Monster Energy is proud to congratulate Kyle Baldock, Pat Casey, and Colton Walker on their podium sweep at the first ever Toyota BMX Triple Challenge. This event was the first of a three-stop dirt series that will take place during select Monster Energy Supercross events. The Toyota BMX Triple Challenge aims to bring together the best BMX riders in the world with a points-based, open series for anyone in the world to take part in. The first event, held during A1 in Anaheim, California, was an amazing intro to the series with riders coming from as far as Poland and Australia for their chance to compete against 50 riders in this new, world-class event.
Watch Mike Varga, Kevin Peraza, Daniel Sandoval, Pat Casey, Colton Walker, Brandon Loupos, Kyle Baldock, Dawid Godziek, and many more completely shut down this weekend's stop of the Monster Toyota BMX Triple Challenge in Anaheim, California!
Monster Energy is proud to announce the 2017 Toyota BMX Triple Challenge at Monster Energy Supercross, a three-stop series that brings together the best BMX dirt riders in the world and combines the best of two worlds, on two wheels. The Toyota BMX Triple Challenge will take place during the Monster Energy Supercross events with the first event on January 6-7 in Anaheim, CA, followed up by the January 27-28 event in Glendale, AZ, and the final event will be on February 24-25 in Atlanta, GA at Motofest.
For three years, Monster Energy has brought the best BMX dirt riders in the world to compete at a unique dirt event that has helped progress the level of riding in BMX.