Simple Summer session 2018 has been successfully completed. Travis Hughes from the USA gets the first place in Simple Summer Session BMX street competition in Riga! On second place we see Mājinieks Kristaps Reimanis followed by third classified Jiri Blabol from the Czech Republic!
USA Cycling announced today the addition of seven athletes to the 2018 USA Cycling National Team across multiple disciplines: Brooke Crain (Visalia, Calif.) in BMX Supercross; Luca Shaw (Hendersonville, N.C.) and Dakotah Norton (Davidson, Mich.) in Mountain Bike; and Katie Hall (Saratoga, Calif.), Alexis Ryan (Ventura, Calif.), Jonny Brown (Covington, Tenn.), and Taylor Phinney (Boulder, Colo.) in Road. Each rider joins the team based on top results this year that meet the objective performance-based criteria. “We are excited to be able to extend the benefits of the USA Cycling National Team to additional riders. Having more athletes qualify for support by meeting the challenging objective standards means that our depth as a nation is increasing,” said Scott Schnitzspahn Vice President of Elite Athletics for USA Cycling.
On August, 4th Snipes Battle Square Rotterdam 2018 was the “KICK OFF” of a European wide TOUR including SIX STAGES in 2019. Open to public and free of charge, Snipes Battle Square brought 14 of the world's best BMX Flatland riders to Rotterdam. This new Flatland format will lead to an exciting Head to Head final where the riders will be Batteling for the GLORY and 7.500.- EUR in prize money.
After dropping an impressive mixtape earlier this year, the Thank You crew is back with another installment of fire! This time they've dropped a video featuring a ton of new additions to the squad. Peep clips from Stephan August aka “Booty Groceries” Hilario Olivos, Tyler Veatch, and JP Ross!
Well, if you watched the "Who's Gonna Win?" video, then you know most of the dudes were calling for an Enarson victory...and the dude did not disappoint. The three run, overall impression format worked well for Dennis as he pretty much remained flawless in all three runs.
The high air comp at the Huntington stop of the Vans BMX Pro Cup is always epic... Rumor had it that Chris James sent a text to Larry Edgar claiming that he'd be the high air champ this year. Well...hit play.