Results WINTER NATIONALS; USA World Qualifer #1 Men Elite: 1 CORBEN SHARRAH, TUCSON, AZ 2 CAMERON WOOD, MONGOOSE BICYCLES, PEORIA, AZ 3 NIC LONG, FACTORY HYPER, LAKESIDE, CA 4 KAMREN LARSEN, BAKERSFIELD, CA 5 ANDERSON FILHO, OCOEE, FL 6 COREY REID, TANGENT, TEMPE, AZ 7 JORIS DAUDET, CORONA, CA 8 JACOB PEEBLES, CITRUS HEIGHTS, CA
Women Elite: 1 BROOKE CRAIN, VISALIA, CA 2 ASHLEY VERHAGEN, FULL TILT/RADIO, PHOENIX, AZ 3 DALENY VAUGHN, 316 RACING/DK BIKES, TUCSON, AZ 4 RACHEL MYDOCK, PHOENIX, AZ 5 SOPHIA FORESTA, SOUTH JORDAN, UT 6 KAELI LIXANDRU, PHOENIX, AZ
Haro Bikes is happy to announce that it has named IMG Distribution Ltd as its exclusive distributor of Haro branded products in the UK and Ireland. "IMG Distribution Ltd is a solid distributor with extensive experience in BMX, and well respected by the bicycles industry in the UK and is a perfect fit for the distribution of Haro Adult and BMX product," noted Pete Garski, VP of Int'l Sales & Product Development for Haro.
"We believe that IMG Distribution Ltd, with its strong commitment to the independent bicycle retail channel and their customers, will play a key role in the future growth and expansion of our brands," noted Garski. "We're excited about Haro products appearing in the market again in the upcoming months."
The 20th-anniversary event of the annual Simple Session contest went down last weekend, February 8 – 9 at the Saku Arena in Tallinn, Estonia. The main contests hosted 159 athletes from 30 countries: 58 in Pro Skateboarding, 13 in Women’s BMX, 51 in Pro BMX Street and 37 in BMX Park. The Qualifications went down on Saturday and Finals on Sunday, with 12 top Qualifiers competing for the medals.
For the first time since 2013, women’s BMX class called Sister Session was brought back. There were 13 competitors from all over the world, a couple of them will be representing their countries at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games, where BMX Freestyle will make its debut. The Swiss-American Nikita Ducarroz
In 2008, while filming for this now legendary Anthem II video part, Mike Aitken suffered a life-threatening crash at Posh. He was in a coma for three weeks. Having suffered a traumatic brain injury, complete paralysis of his right side, a broken jaw, broken eye socket and a tracheotomy, Mike’s road to recovery was a long one.