Rob Wise made a brief hiatus from BMX pro late last year, but his section from GT's "Seriously Fun" DVD shows that Rob hasn't slowed down one bit. Going backwards up a wall rail is complete absurdity, and that over-grind on the wire!? Rob is an savage animal on the Bike and we were stoked to have him along on the GT Taiwan trip earlier this year. Rob only films bangers!
As if you needed another reason to start planning a trip out west, right? San Diego's biggest skatepark - the new Linda Vista Skatepark - isn't formally open yet, but the sessions have already been poppin'. Expect a formal opening sometime in January and, until then, watch Parker Heath and Alex Leibrock put a beating on the place!
Nobody rides quite like Albert Mercado. Al has a casual swag in his riding that shines through even when he's doing odd-ball NBD maneuvers. Creativity, spot use, and one hell of an invert make every Albert Mercado section a good one, but this one is especially good. Filmed in California, Connecticut, and Taiwan.
Segunda edição do Caixote com Farofa. O Caixote com Farofa é um evento idealizado pelo nosso grande herói José Wilton Oliveira, o Drac Bmx. Infelizmente ele não está mais entre nós e o evento se tornou uma grande homenagem para nosso amigo Drac, que nos deixou um grande legado e uma grande influência para o bmx nacional. Confira tudo o que rolou nesse evento e obrigado a todos que compareceram! - Loja EAL.
Nations Cup Elite results 22nd BMX Indoor St. Etienne, France 9 December 2017. Nations Cup Elite Men: 1. Sylvain André 2. Romain Mahieu 3. David Graf 4. Renaud Blanc 5. Romain Racine 6. Simon Marquart 7. Romain Mayet 8. Jeremy Rencurel
Nations Cup Elite Women: 1. Axelle Etienne 2. Camille Maire 3. Marion Torrres 4. Charlotte Devolder 5. Christelle Boivin
My 2017. The BMX girls had a killer year in 2017. Nikita Ducarroz is one of the more professional riders with a strong list of sponsors backing her up. Although Nikita lives in the USA and grew up there, she has chosen to represent Switzerland on her way to the qualifying process for the first Olympic Games that BMX Park is a part of. Read below what Nikita has to say about 2017.
Name: Nikita Ducarroz Hometown: Glen Ellen, California Sponsors: Mongoose, Joby, G-Form, Extreme, Black&Decker
Do you remember the first BMX event you went to this year and how did it go? Nikita Ducarroz: First event was FISE Montpellier. It was my first big overseas event and actually the only stop this year where I stomped my run start to finish with the 540. There were so many amazing riders there that when I made podium, it was a huge accomplishment!
How many weekends/days were you away from home and at a BMX jam/contest or on tour? Nikita Ducarroz: It felt like I was never home this year between BMX and family trips, but it was only about 11 weekends out of the year that I was at BMX contests. About 80 days.
What was the best event you went to this year that gets your vote?