This was without a doubt the longest day of competition for me that I can remember! The level of riding was so insane! In this video I’ll take you through all of my runs even the crashes as well as getting a first look of what my face looked like when it was announced that I won! Such an AMAZING day!
Monster Energy congratulates Brian Fox for his podium finish in BMX Dirt at X Games Minneapolis 2018. In one of the most progressive competitions in recent history, and up against an elite field of riders, Fox threw down a bronze medal run worthy of serious acclaim. Day three of X Games Minneapolis continued Saturday with thousands of fans coming to the U.S. Bank Stadium to watch the most talented action sports athletes in the world compete in a wide range of events including the BMX Dirt final, a fan favorite, that was off the charts in terms of the level of talent.
For those in attendance it was an event unlike any other, one that saw more progression and higher scores than perhaps any in the history of the sport. When all was said and done five of the ten
Monster Army Major Brian Fox has made Raleigh, North Carolina home. Watch as Brian hammers out some bangers at Daniel Dhers Action Sports Complex with appearances from teammate Justin Dowell and Monster Energy's Mike Varga.
Today Pro Park qualifications took place at Pro Freestyle in Scheveningen. The set-up is placed inside the Beach Stadium which makes for a fantastic setting. With Park finals tomorrow as well as a full Street contest, you've got to stay tuned for the results tomorrow night, or better, you can watch the live feed here on FATBMX.
BMX Park Pro Qualification Pro Freestyle Scheveningen, Netherlands. 1 Brian Fox 2 Michael Beran 3 Kostya Andreev 4 Daniel Wedemeijer 5 Tom van den Bogaard 6 Jack Clark 7 Ernest Zebolds 8 Kenneth Tancre 9 Sem Kok 10 Tom Selbeck 11 Kevin Liehn
Monster Energy congratulates Monster Army rider Brian Fox on his upset victory at the second stop of the Toyota BMX Triple Challenge this weekend in Glendale, Arizona. Monster Energy’s Kyle Baldock sealed second place and remains the overall point’s leader, and Logan Martin took third. The second stop of the new three-stop dirt series takes place during select Monster Energy Supercross events and is at the forefront of the progression in BMX. The two-jump, winner takes all format, aims to bring together the best BMX riders in the world with a points-based, open series for anyone to take part in and throw down.
Heavy wind delayed the event on Friday, so both the open qualifier and finals took place on Saturday,
Brian Fox has been living in Raleigh, North Carolina and recently put a Profile Z coaster on his bike. He learned some new tricks and is currently destroying NC skateparks. Guest clips by Rob Darden and Daniel Dhers. Enjoy!