Max finally became a man and no longer has a broken leg so he built up his first 20 inch bmx bike. He's been off the bike for 6 months due to a broken leg and surgeries but now Max is ready to get back on the bike. He grew so much since he last rode and now he has upgraded to a 20inch after riding an 18 inch for so long. He is riding a Cult 2short frame with a lot of primo parts along with Cult parts. But the real question is... When will Max kiss his first girl?!?!
GT's Brian Kachinsky, Dan Conway and Albert Mercado hit the streets and parks of San Diego on their signature 2019 complete bikes. Each of their bikes look and feel like their personal rides and they went in for three solid days of shredding. "We sent Brian Kachinsky and Dan Conway to meet up with Albert Mercado in San Diego, California. They were asked to leave their bikes at home and we shipped them their new 2019 Completes. They were allowed to add their favorite flavor of pegs and hubs guards to dial in the rides to get busy on. Welcome to The Complete Story. A video on complete bikes, not a complete bike video." —Ben Ward, GT
We have to start by thanking everyone that came out to show some love! These premieres couldn't not have been any better. The crew has worked hard and it's paid off with a overwhelming response in both the local cali premiere and all the way across the pound in England.
Name: André, Sylvain Racing number: 1 Hometown: Cavaillon beach, France Elite Men UCI World Cup Ranking 2018: 3
Being in the top 10 in the UCI World Cup Ranking, what's your goal for the last two rounds in SDE? Sylvain André: Winning this thing is nearly impossible. But there’s still a chance to end up 2nd in the series. Anyway, my goal is to be in both main events.
Is the Olympic qualifying period on your mind when you're doing races after 1 September?
Weird & Revered is a Canadian crew from Edmonton, Alberta. The boys have been busy stacking clips for a DVD, but managed to cook up this street mixtape in the meantime. Most of the footage is from their home province, but there are some clips from British Columbia and California scattered throughout.
Kevin Peraza gives you a glimpse into his life in Tucson Arizona as he prepares for the Vans BMX Pro Cup in Guadalajara, Mexico where he competes on the most technical course on the Vans BMX Pro Cup World Tour. Follow Kevin and his family through event in a city that means so much to him and his international BMX family as he battles for last chance points going into the 2018 World Championships in Spain.
Name: Kai Sakakibara Racing number: 77 Hometown: Helensburgh, NSW Australia
Have things changed for you since 1 September, the day the Olympic qualifying period has started? Kai Sakakibara: Not at all. I’m always training and preparing for events to the best of my ability, so it’s been business as usual.
Are you looking for races where you can score more points? Kai Sakakibara: Not necessarily, but as the Olympics draw nearer I may start to prioritise my events schedule, i.e. possibly skip smaller events and focus on the major competitions.
Has peaking after 1 September been something you aimed for? Kai Sakakibara: I believe that I’m still developing as a rider, and learning at every event that I compete in. Of course I want to race well now and need to race well to qualify the country, but I want to bring my peak in July 2020. Everything until then will be building towards that.
How badly do you want to go to Tokyo for the Olympic Games in 2020? Kai Sakakibara: Being half Japanese and having represented Japan while living in Tokyo as a kid, the