It is with great excitement that Krusher BMX would like to formally welcome Ohio native Nick Bruce to their pro team. Krusher joins a strong family of brands supporting Nick including Total Bikes, Rockstar Energy Drink and Alienation. Nick has been on the forefront of progressive park riding for a number of years now, managing to secure several podium finishes at large contests and is quickly becoming a household name within the realm of BMX park.
Most recently Nick placed 4th at Fise action sports festival and has also qualified for the upcoming X-games. A class act on and off the bike, we look forward to working with Nick to help progress our brand and his already impressive riding.
Krusher BMX is a Canadian BMX brand that was originally operated by the ‘‘Krusher boys’’ in the late 90s. Ownership of the brand was transferred to a friend in 2004. Until recently Krusher has been known for their helmets and indestructible shinpads. We now offer a fullline of BMX parts and protection.
RIPPERNFL star Marshawn Lynch unveils his big BMX bike from SEOakland, CA — Expect nothing less than a beast of a bike when NFL champion Marshawn Lynch joins forces with the legendary SE Bikes brand to design an all-new BMX bicycle.The Beast Mode Ripper is built upon powerfully large 27.5-inch x 3-inch Beast Mode Vee tires, with an alloy frame that takes design cues from SE’s legendary PK Ripper with floval tubing and a looptail rear end. Long before Lynch became a football star he loved riding BMX bikes around his hometown of Oakland, California. During his short retirement from the NFL, Lynch rekindled his passion for BMX, and was attracted to SE Bikes due to the brand’s uniquely large BMX bikes with 26-inch and 29-inch wheels.
House of Vans London Presents: Stephen Murray, Staying Strong Book launch on Saturday 24th June - 12:00 - 18:00. Q&A session with Stephen Murray: 3pm. To celebrate the launch of Stephen Murray’s harrowing autobiography, House of Vans London are excited to announce the official launch event to celebrate the release on Saturday 24th June.
Professional BMX athlete Stephen Murray moved to California to pursue and live the action sports dream. The mind-set and focus of Stephen in his racing days are what helped him to the top in 2001 when he won gold at both the X and Gravity Games, pulling backflips and 360 flip variations. His do or die, go big approach is what set him apart from other athletes and made him a global BMX hero. In 2007, whilst competing at the 2007 Dew Tour in Baltimore, Stephen suffered a life-changing accident that left him paralysed from the neck down and confined to a wheel chair.
Stephen’s forthcoming autobiography Staying Strong details this journey, from his rise to fame to
This week Terry Adams is running an Instagram contest! Celebrating his 10 year sponsorship with Raising Canes. Terry will be giving away Free Canes for a year to one lucky winner! (Picked by Raising Canes). Head over to his Instagram to follow the simple rules of commenting under his last post for a chance to win!
Choose your three favorite athletes from each list of semifinalists. If they make it to the podium on Saturday, you earn points. Choose all three correct for maximum points per event. Top 10 highest total scores will win a signed Travis Pastrana jersey!
Follow #NitroWorldGames for live updates from semifinals on June 23rd to see if your picks are advancing to the finals. And catch all the finals action streaming LIVE on June 24th at nitroworldgames.live.
The fourth installment in the Real Series 2017 schedule, Real BMX, launches today, June 14, with six never-before-seen BMX video parts debuting on XGames.com at 12 p.m. ET. A full World of X Games episode will air June 24 on ABC, featuring all six video parts, behind-the-scenes footage and athlete interviews. The videos will be judged by a panel of industry experts and their selections for which athlete/filmer teams will be awarded X Games gold, silver and bronze medals will be announced on the ABC broadcast. Cash prizes will be awarded to the medalists. Fans will also have a chance to view and vote for their favorite videos online at XGames.com/RealBMX, with the Fan Favorite winning an additional cash prize.
Saturday 17 June Pro BMX riders will meet up in Eindhoven, Netherlands for the second edition of the 040 BMX Invitational, a Spine Miniramp contest held in the city centre. The 040BMXPARK Spine Ramp will be built up at the 18 Septemberplein during the E-Moves festival that will attract international fans of all kinds of Urban Sports. On Friday evening the practice session will take place with the entire contest scheduled for Saturday June 17th.
The international field of riders will compete for a pro purse of € 5000,= to be divided by the top 7. In the morning of June 17th a group of local riders will battle for the last spots in the 040 Invitational. In the afternoon qualification starts with a group of Pro riders from England, France, Germany, and
Are you losing track on who rides for who? Here's a long list with the most recent team changes and pick ups.The latest team changes get added to the top. The industry never chills, always adding and dropping. What's the latest? Let us know. -Corben Sharrah on Feedback Sports -Jack Mould on WTP -Anthony Flores off Primo -Shane Weston on Stolen Bike Co. -Isaac Lesser on Shadow Conspiracy -Maris Strombergs on Supercross -Daniel Dhers on Briatong Peru -Kai Sakakibaraon DK -Saya Sakakibaraon DK -Cameron Moore on Yess
The Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) is delighted to announce that the International Olympic Committee(IOC) has agreed to add BMX Freestyle Park to the Programme of the Tokyo 2020 OlympicGames. The decision was made at today’s meeting of the IOC Executive Board in Lausanne, Switzerland.
BMX Freestyle Park is a spectacular, crowd-pleasing discipline, which takes place on ramps with bigtransitions and large obstacles. Competitors are judged on tricks performed throughout the course, with points awarded based on difficulty, originality, style and execution. Each rider in both the men’s and women’s events gets two one-minute runs (which both count) to impress the judges, who will reward therider with a score between 0-100 points, with the ultimate goal being the award of an Olympic gold medal.
Famous riders include Logan Martin (Australia), Daniel Dhers (Venezuela), Alex Coleborn (Great Britain) for men, Nikita Ducarroz (Switzerland), Macarena Perez (Chile) and UCI World Cup title holder, 15-year-old Hannah Roberts (USA) for women. In addition, in line with the UCI’s strategy to promote women’s cycling and the IOC’s Agenda 2020, it was agreed that for Mountain Bike and BMX Racing, several quotas previously allocated to men athletes would be transferred to women, achieving full gender equity in both disciplines.
X Games will stream the Road to X Games: Boise Park Qualifier from Rhodes Skate Park in Boise, Idaho on Saturday, June 10 live on XGames.com. The world’s top athletes will compete in three disciplines – Men’s Skateboard Park, Women’s Skateboard Park and BMX Park – to secure their invitations to X Games Minneapolis. In addition to the live stream, fans can catch the Boise Park Qualifier coverage across X Games digital and social platforms as well as part of the World of X Games on June 18 on ESPN2 and June 25 on ABC.
The Road to X Games Boise Park Qualifier is part of the World of X Games content series, which features a variety of X Games and athlete-focused content. For the most updated schedule and