JASON WATTS WINS IN GUADALAJARA TWO YEARS STRAIGHT! Peep the highlights from Jason Watts' winning run at the Vans BMX Pro Cup stop in Guadalajara, Mexico. Jason held it down with a mix of blasted airs and front/back wheel balance and took home a well deserved win.
The 2018 Vans BMX Pro Cup witnessed an incredible finish in Guadalajara, Mexico this past weekend as the industry’s leading professional men and women BMX riders battled for their last-chance at the podium before the series’ highly-anticipated World Championships finale. For the third and final Pro Tour event, defending Vans Pro Cup Guadalajara event winner Jason Watts triumphed yet again, surpassing his peers to mark his second consecutive victory in Mexico since 2017.
Merging smooth style with his signature manuals and seamless tricks at the Montenegro Skatepark, Watts remarked, “to win here again in Mexico feels absolutely amazing. I really like riding this park and with a bit of luck on my side, I somehow pulled through.”
Australian BMX rider Jason Watts gives you a glimpse into his life as a traveling BMX bowl rider, following the Vans BMX Pro Cup around the globe. From bowls to beaches, Jason designs his life around fun and freestyle, and has found success on the Pro Tour as one of the most unique riders.
Well I've been wanting to make a Aussie BMX DVD for the past 4 years! And I've always had an excuse, or a web video thats distracted me! I'm quickly running out of time on the dead line I gave my self, with work, life and other excuses all getting squeezed in to this last couple of months.... Im hoping to get this done!! Here's the trailer for HAVE FUN, DIE TRYING... All about the good times with my mates!!! Everyone is putting in work! I'm pre sure Jonny took a pretty gnarly slam today! Hoping you are alright brother!
We’re beyond stoked to have Jason on the team, his love for good times and participating in building the BMX scene gets us stoked just as much as how bloody good he is on a bike. Also thanks a million to the legend James Fox for making this happen, without our knowledge he and Jase organised this whole thing and we are frothing!
Jason Watts was in Europe and decided to wing it from Málaga to 'The Lost Bowl' in Portugal before heading over to Barcelona. Wild camping all the way, 2000 miles with friends, the trip was certainly one to remember. Full story and photos at http://rideukb.mx/rUoVqc
Jason Watts' Haro Lineage Sport Bike Check.Everything about Jason Watts is wild and his bike matches his life. Though he wasn't even alive at the time the original Haro Sport hit the market, he's taken this brand new Lineage version and made it his own. Watch him run through his setup and put it to work!
Vans BMX Pro Rider Jason Watts takes you behind the scenes at the Vans BMX Pro Cup World Championships to get some video clips of his fellow riders, using some unorthodox techniques in his usual Aussie style.
The Vans BMX Pro Cup Series saw an incredible close to the final global qualifier event in Guadalajara, Mexico this past weekend as more than 30 world renowned BMX riders pursued their last chance to win before the Vans BMX Championships this season. Scouring the terrain with unpredictable and unique lines, Australia’s Jason Watts grasped his first major tour victory, highlighting an excellent performance merging technical manuals with back-to-back tricks throughout Montenegro’s vast course.
An emotional Watts states, “I’m speechless, winning this event is mind-boggling. Everyone rips it out there, I didn’t think this day would ever come. I have too much fun riding my bike to ever think about it.”
Trailing closely behind Watts, USA native and crowd favorite Larry Edgar earned a hard-earned second place, showcasing the contest’s greatest airs along with enormous trick combinations, while Spain’s Sergio Layos’ consistent riding and fearless speed merited him third, and also marks his third consecutive podium win in the series. Layos’ remarkable consistency throughout the series proves his momentum as a star contender to watch in the Championships.
Tom Dugan took home the event’s Best Trick award for a massive 360 bowl transfer, and Jamie Cooper-Ellis earned the event’s Best Line award in his first series appearance, landing an elevated bank transfer into the deep bowl.