Jubilee, 20th edition of the Pannonian Challenge is slowly coming to an end, but before the big final day, which will truly bring the best of the world's top BMX on Sunday, the selection through the difficult qualifications must be made. From the very morning, the Osijek skate park will flood drivers on small bikes, warming up for the biggest extreme sports competition in this part of Europe. Amateurs will show their skills at 10 am, while long-awaited qualifications in BMX Elite / Pro are expected at 1.30 pm. Since this season's competition has been packed with a number of high- quality riders and regional BMX riders, the same day, in the afternoon, semifinals will be held at 6 pm, where all visitors will see only a fraction of what they expect in the big Sunday finale.
It should be noted that the 20th Pannonian Challenge follows the pulse of Osijek town, which this weekend lives sporty, so all visitors beside the skate park on the left bank of the Drava river can also look at the qualification match of the Croatian national football team against Walesa for EURO 2020.
JP Ross and his latest excursions around Murrieta, CA with THANKYOU's Troy Cooper at the helm of the cam. "This is just a little snack for ya - JP pumps out more content then anyone I know. The most productive person I know. So sit back grab your vapes and enjoy the show." - Troy Cooper
"#THEWAYOUT is a DVD filmed by Dylan Thayer of over a slow 3-4 year span of riding/madness with my closet friends mostly throughout the Midwest area. Full/Split parts featuring Billy Holcomb, David Perez, Tyler Espinoza, James Ryan, Trevor Genovese, Mike Love, Connor Keating, Cody Franklin, Dylan& Jamie Thayer. Also adding a lengthy friends section with a special tribute to our good friend Glenn Salyers!"
Chris Stauffer “Home Of The Brave”. Chris Stauffer’s section from 1997’s Anthem “Home Of The Brave”. Although Chris had footage in videos prior to this, this was the video part that helped solidify Chris as one of the greatest trail riders of all time.
-March, April, May 2019 -Austin,TX -Freedom, Love & Fresh Water -I chose this title because in France we have an expression about all we need to live is love and fresh water (d’amour et d’eau fraîche) and that pretty much sums up my feelings in my life :) but, of course, I had to add freedom because it’s also my definition of BMX.
Over 125,000 people packed the banks of the River Lez today for an epic day of action sports.
UCI BMX FREESTYLE PARK WORLD CUP FINAL - WOMEN: Everything was set for an exciting hour of BMX. The sun was up, the wind was down and the crowd were ready to see the amazing progression of the BMX Women's community. The panel of judges were looking for style, amplitude and tricks, and they were not disappointed. Once again Hannah Roberts was unbeatable. She did not make any mistakes, she completed a perfect run, starting with a whip on the spine, and ending with a flair. Two tricks among others that she is the only woman to master so well. In
X Games Shanghai closed out with a another day filled with Skateboard, BMX and Moto X competitions, along with musical performances and interactive activities including drone and go cart racing in X Fest. The action kicked off with BMX Street, where American Garrett Reynolds reclaimed his spot atop the podium and earned his 10th gold in the discipline and 13th medal overall. Reynolds threw down a toboggan 360 and truckdriver, both over the dragon feature on the course, along with a downside 180 tailwhip to fakie and a hopover smith grind on the rainbow rail. Reynolds edged out German rider Felix Prangenberg (85.00) who took silver, and X Games Minneapolis gold medalist Chad Kerley (84.00) took home the bronze.