Simple Session 18, Park Final results. Tallinn, Estonia 2018. 1 TORRES Jose ARG Krow 22 KROW F 179.00 2 RIZAEV Irek RUS Red Bull 20 RED BULL F 176.80 3 TENCIO Kenneth CRI Red Bull 24 RED BULL F 176.40 4 DHERS Daniel VEN Red Bull 32 RED BULL F 175.10 5 CLARK Jack GBR Fuse Protection 23 FUSE PROTECTION F 173.30 6 NYQUIST Ryan USA Haro Bikes 38 HARO BIKES F 172.80 7 PERAZA Kevin MEX Mongoose 23 MONGOOSE F 169.00 8 NIKULIN Alex RUS Xsa Store 25 XSA STORE F 168.00 9 DOWELL Justin USA Radio Bikes 17 RADIO BIKES F 166.20 10 ANDREEV Konstantin RUS Red Bull 24 RED BULL F 164.60 11 EDGAR Larry USA Fly Bikes 24 FLY BIKES F 164.20 12 NEDLER Jacob SWE Haro Bikes 23 HARO BIKES F 153.20
13 HIAM Alex AUS Colony 22 COLONY Q 75.20 14 NAKAMURA Rim JPN Red Bull 15 RED BULL Q 73.80
BMX STREET FINALISTS: 1. HOFFMAN Bruno GER Red Bull 2. RAIFORD Broc USA Volume 3. STARK Reed USA BSD 4. PERRIN Anthony FRA Red Bull 5. BARRACO Simone ITA Red Bull 6. REYNOLDS Garrett USA FIEND 7. CHUPRINA Max RUS Proper Bike CO 8. BURNETT Mark USA Sunday Bikes 9. GODWIN Jordan GBR WTP 10. SPRIET Justin USA Etnies 11. KENNEDY Alex GBR Cult 12. CHAVEZ Antonio USA Primo
BMX PARK FINALISTS: 1. NYQUIST Ryan USA Haro Bikes 2. CLARK Jack GBR Fuse Protection 3. TORRES Jose ARG Krow
Australian Brandon Loupos wins the second stop of the 2018 Toyota Triple Challenge series in Glendale, Arizona as part of the 2018 Monster Energy Supercross series. Russian Irek Rizaev claimed the Best Trick check. Find the final results below.
An awards show is a good reason to party. A celebration with BMX friends is something that doesn't happen every weekend but when the Freedom BMX Awards were held in Munich, Germany, the BMX Freestyle scene was present and a special guest came over from Italy. When the weather outside is nothing more than shit, it's nice to have an indoor place to ride. Further and the 360 Grad crew joined forces to build an indoor park for a day at the Backstage facility. Riders used the set-up to
Monster Energy’s Kyle Baldock took a respective second place at the Toyota BMX Triple Challenge at Monster Energy Supercross in Anaheim, and teammate Colton Walker took third. After the dust settled, both Baldock and Walker were holding over-sized checks at the first stop of the Toyota BMX Triple Challenge. In its second year, the Triple Challenge has gained incredible notoriety as one of the most progressive events in BMX. This three-stop dirt series takes place during select Monster Energy Supercross events and runs much the same as its Supercross counterpart. And, it’s one of the few open invites events in the States, so it brings some of the best riders from as far as Russia and several unknown riders attempting to break into the mainstream.
How cool is it to have a Dirt contest during A1, the start of the motocross supercross series. It's all happening Saturday 6 January. James Foster showed the MX crowd that he means business but Russians Irek Rizaev and Alex Nikulin also made the top 10 as did Dawid Godziek (POL) and Brasil's Leandro Moreira. Finals will be held tonight so stay tuned for the final dirt jump results in Anaheim. And don't miss out on the race either.
Anaheim Toyota BMX Triple Challenge Qualifying Results:
UCI BMX Freestyle Park World Championships Final Men results: 1. MARTIN Logan 93.82 2. COLEBORN Alex 91.05 3. WALKER Colton 89.78 4. SANDOVAL Daniel 87.65 5. DHERS Daniel 83.35 6. RIZAEV Irek 79.75 7. NAKAMURA Rimu 72.95 8. DOWELL Justin 65.9