Strengthen the team feeling, having a nice time together and filming a sick BMX video that was what the Soulcycle team weekend was all about. We are also stoked to announce that Belgium rider STIJN HENS will be part of the Soulcycle team now!
I gave myself two weeks to film an edit on my ramp that i have had for a year now all except one clip was filmed in that time frame the other clip was filmed a month before when i tried to do the same thing but got hurt.
This is what you get when you re-birth a giant skatepark bowl out of dirt in the middle of the woods and get all of the Berkshires best riders and supporters together for a unsanctioned unstoppable BMX jam like no other! Here's a full recap of the madness that went down May 11th deep in Pittsfield, MA very own Spring Side Park.
The Vans BMX Pro Cup Series is the world’s definitive platform for BMX park terrain competition, showcasing the most talented BMX athletes from across the globe! The second stop of the series, we head to Waiblingen BMX Park in Stuttgart, Germany June 14th - 16th, 2019. Keep your eye out for highlights!
Odyssey is stoked to welcome Preston Okert to the AM team! Preston rides everything and is up for anything. He’s a rare breed of all-terrain shredder whose top-notch skills and consistently good attitude make him an easy choice for any trip. He even dropped everything to get on a plane to Australia last month with less than 24 hours notice despite a new job and being 100 miles from an airport without his car….
THE CASH JAM OF WINTERTHUR 2019 took place recently and here are the names of the winners. Enough cash for these riders. The results: 1. Jeffrey Oehri 2. Matthias Hilber 3. Marcel Wacker 4. Ellis Oswald
Join us at the Vans Off the Wall skatepark in Huntington Beach, California, on the evening of Wednesday June 5th for a casual event to celebrate the release of the 2nd Edition of the Birth of the BMX Freestyle Movement book. Wednesday’s are BMX (riding) night at HB. Ride, socialize, hang out. 5-8 PM. See you there.
X Games Shanghai 2019 Day One News and Results – Ryan Williams Defends BMX Big Air Gold. ESPN proudly lifted the curtain on a new destination for X Games at a one-of-a-kind venue adjacent to Shanghai Disney Park in Shanghai with an action-packed first day. The final competition of the evening was BMX Big Air, where Australia’s Ryan Williams defended gold with a mind-blowing frontflip bri-flip over the gap and frontflip flair on the quarterpipe. Williams’ first X Games competition was only X Games Minneapolis 2018, and while he missed the podium on his first appearance, he’s won gold both times subsequently. Williams edged out Vince Byron on the last run of the competition. Fellow Aussie Byron took silver (91.66) and American James Foster added to his medal collection with bronze (87.66).
BMX Big Air results: 1. Ryan Williams, 93.00 (AUS) 2. Vince Byron, 91.66 (AUS) 3. James Foster, 87.66 (USA) 4. Mykel Larrin, 86.66 (USA) 5. Morgan Wade, 86.00 (USA) 6. Colton Satterfield, 85.00 (USA) 7. Andy Buckworth, 74.00 (AUS)