Setting new goals for the new year is something most of us do. How can you better yourself? Is my training on point or is there someone out there who can teach me more? Is my equipment on point? Do I need to focus on Pumptracks? How do I do on the 8 meter hill? Where is the room for improvement? Mongoose's Payton ‘P-Nut’ Ridenour has tasted what Elite Racing is like and is now building on being stronger in 2022.
Name: Payton ‘P-Nut’ Ridenour Age: 19 Hometown: Pottstown, Pennsylvania, USA Sponsors:Mongoose, FLY, Shimano, WD-40, EVS, USA BMX Foundation, ODI, Tioga, E6, Onyx, Answer, Oakley, Socksmith, Potter Racing, HRP Designs.
Did 2021 turn out the way you wanted? Payton Ridenour: The 2021 season definitely turned out the way I wanted! My coach Arielle Martin-Verhaaren and I set some big goals at the beginning of the season. My main focus was to qualify for the Tokyo Olympic Games and finishing with a second place at the UCI World Cup round in Colombia secured my spot. On top of that, winning USA BMX’s Rookie Pro of the Year award topped it all off.
Wethepeople AM Logan Penberg lives up to the legend of everything being bigger in Texas. No shortage of huge rails, big spots and precision moves in this one. Logan yet again proves why he's one of the wildest AM's out there.
Its winter time again in New England. We have had this place for 1 year now, so that means it was time to switch it up. Got the homies together and tore out the office rooms and the loft above them. Built an entire new section and tied it into the rest of the ramps. Heres a video I filmed over the last month of our friends riding in the new setup.
Im back for another session in my backyard! A couple months ago I put skatelite down for a new weatherproof surface! I also did a transfer I've been looking at for a long time and another massive one I didn't think I would ever do! ENJOY!