Once again a sunny day in Amsterdam. Gotta love it. With a massive crowd and riders ready to ride a final, we got to see Yana Muradova win the Women class and Jack Clark stepping on the highest part of the Park Men podium. As usual the riders made the show, even a little head wind didn't hold them back to get wild on the jump box and step-up. Reed Stark (USA) rode the entire park in his own original way using the rails and the side of the box jump for feeble and smith grinds. Sam Jones (UK) frontflipped the box and transfered from the box jump to the step-up landing while doing a forwards summersault. Niels van Maren rode well bringing the big tricks for 7th place just behind Arjan Ellens who started off his run with a bomb drop from the biggest part on the course. Jari Roggeveen rode powerful from start to finish to get 5th place and pro cheque. Victor Munoz brought the tricks and performed them on all the ramps all over the place. Levi Weidmann's 720 barspin and 540 variations got him a podium spot in Amsterdam. English BMX brothers Jack Clark and Cam Peake battled it out for first place. With mid-run 900's the victory went to Jack Clark with 94,6 points over Cam Peake's 91,3 score for second.
Soulcycle BMX Championships Round III. Pro Park final results: 1) Jack Clark 94,6 2) Cam Peake 91,3 3) Levi Weidmann 87,6
The Urban Sports Week Amsterdam is taking place this week at the Museumplein in downtown Amsterdam. BMX activities are happening all week on flatland, park and street. Unfortunately the flatland contest earlier this week got rained out after it started to rain when 2 of the 20 riders had done their run. The split in prize money was good for some but how much better would it have been to have an actual contest. Am Park contests have taken place and the Soulcycle BMX Championships Round 3 qualification took place yesterday. 12 riders will enter the finals this afternoon and with riders like a.o. Jack Clark, Victor Munoz, Levi Weidmann, Sem Kok, Thomas Fuentes, Sam Jones and Cam Peake making finals we're about to witness some madness on the Park course. With Catfish and Sinki on the mic on a sunny day this can't go wrong. Check qualification results inside.
From the 19th to 21st of July 2019, Châteauroux will host the FISE European Series, a brand new multi-disciplinary series bringing action sports and adrenaline to cities around Europe. When: 19th – 21st July Where: PESI, 2 chemin de Beaumont, 36130 DÉOLS, France
BMX & Roller Freestyle Park, Skateboard and Scooter Freestyle, four sports are represented in this brand new event. It's central location in Europe promises to attract a huge line up of riders. The first ever FISE European Series event in Madrid 2 months ago was insane for the BMX and Skateboard riders, so they can't wait to enjoy an even bigger event in a months time.
The Vans BMX Pro Cup made it to Stuttgart, Germany this past weekend. Paul and I flew in on Friday afternoon to catch the regional qualifier. The talent there was huge already and the 4-weeks old park in Waiblingen, near Stuttgart was treated with rubber marks all day. The highest placed riders could join the Pro Cup qualification round the next day. Madona (BRA) took top honours followed by Zdenda Pesek (CZE) and Jay Dalton (USA). The park in Waiblingen was turned into a small festival area with food trucks, merchandise stands, drinking area, grandstands to watch the contest from, judging tower with DJ and MC’s and a friends and family area with Vans sit sacks and beach chairs. The event promotion had done its job as the place was packed all weekend with BMX fans. It’s great to see
The world’s leading platform for elite BMX park terrain competition, the Vans BMX Pro Cup drew to a close yesterday (June 16) with the Men’s Final at the brand new Waiblingen BMX Park. Another energetic, 5,000 strong crowd made the finals an unforgettable one, it was Australia’s Jason Watts who deservedly took home the top spot. Watts outshone the rest of the field with a winning formula of technical tricks tied in with crowd pleasing big airs, the judges commented on his impressive back to back nose manual combinations. Winner of the first stage of the Vans BMX Pro Cup in Sydney, Spain’s Sergio Layos fought valiantly for second place, displaying consistency throughout the competition and surprising the judges by landing different tricks into the tombstone each run. Defending 2018 Vans BMX
Vans BMX Pro Cup Germany Mens Finals Results Sunday, June 16, 2019
1st Jason Watts, Age 26 Australia 2nd Sergio Layos, Age 33 Spain 3rd Larry Edgar, Age 25 United States 4th Corey Walsh, Age 24 Canada 5th Dennis Enarson, Age 28 United States 6th Matty Cranmer, Age 21 United States 7th Kevin Peraza, Age 24 United States 8th Alex Hiam, Age 23 Australia 9th Jose Torres Gil, Age 24 Argentina 10th Josh Dove, Age 16 Australia 11th Boyd Hilder, Age 23 Australia 12th Sem Kok, Age 22 Netherlands 13th Rim Nakamura, Age 17 Japan
Vans BMX Pro Cup, the world’s leading platform for elite BMX park terrain competition landed in Stuttgart, Germany on June 14 for the first time ever in the series’ history, hosted at the brand new Waiblingen BMX Park. The competition kicked off with the Regional Qualifiers on June 14, followed by the Women’s Pro Cup Finals and Men’s Pro Cup Semi-Finals on June 15.
A packed Regional Qualifiers produced an awe-inspiring spectacle of riding as 72 competitors from 17 different countries battled it out for a place in the Vans BMX Pro Cup Finals. It was Brazil’s Cauan Madaona who took the first place, a real pleasure to watch, he impressed the judges with his effortless style and flow, landing his tricks to perfection. Madaona was joined by Czech Republic’s Zdenda