UCI BMX Freestyle Park World Cup - Hiroshima - 19 Apr 2019 RESULTS Elite Men: 1 LOUPOS Brandon AUS 2 NAKAMURA Rimu JPN 3 MARTIN Logan AUS 4 PERAZA GARCIA Kevin MEX 5 DHERS Daniel VEN 6 RIZAEV Irek RUS 7 DOWELL Justin USA 8 BRUCE Nick USA 9 JONES James GBR 10 ANDREEV Konstantin RUS 11 NYQUIST Ryan USA 12 WALLWORK Jake AUS 13 RANTEŠ Marin CRO 14 CLARK Jack GBR 15 BROOKS Declan GBR 16 WALLACE Ben GBR
UCI BMX Freestyle Park World Cup Women - Hiroshima - 19 Apr 2019 Elite Women: 1 ROBERTS Hannah USA 2 LESSMANN Lara Marie GER 3 BENEGAS Perris USA 4 MINATO Oike JPN 5 WOLFE Chelsea USA 6 MARINO Angie USA 7 DUCARROZ Nikita SUI
Monster Energy congratulates Pat Casey and Andy Buckworth on their second and third place finish at the final stop of the Toyota BMX Triple Challenge in Denver, Colorado. It’s been 13 years since a Supercross hit Denver, Colorado, and with its return came the highest level of dirt riding at the Toyota Triple Challenge. The final stop of the year pushed progression even further with the biggest jumps ever seen at the series, and arguably the largest of any event. As always many of the best riders in the world, along with hungry up-and-comers converged on Colorado to see what they could get done.
The qualifying event on Friday wasn’t open to the public, but the level of riding remains unchanged. Although the Denver setup did bring one huge difference: the jumps themselves. A 20-foot-tall roll-in
The adrenaline is still pumping as the 2019 Vans BMX Pro Cup polished off a full day of exceptional BMX competition at the legendary Five Dock Skatepark in Sydney, Australia. Vans congratulates two Spanish riders, Sergio Layos and defending women’s world champion Teresa Azcoaga, for earning their first event victories of the 2019 season. Cutting through the course with expert precision, Spain’s Sergio Layos put down the ultimate impression for the judges to secure first place against the field. No stranger to the podium, Layos’ emphasis on style produced unique lines, reinventing foundational tricks that included one foot table tops, look back airs, clean transfers, and flawless toboggans. In second, representing the Gold Coast, Chris James put on a wild performance, landing an insane back flip
Vans BMX Pro CupSydney kicked off the first rounds of competition today at Five Dock Skatepark to showcase 35 eager and enthusiastic BMX riders from around the world battle it out for the chance to compete in the main event. With exciting energy pumping from the crowds and pressure mounting from the field, Brisbane’s Josh Dove prevailed as the striking outlier in the pre-lims and finals, outshining the field by landing stylish executions of classic tricks and flowing through the Five Dock course with pristine lines.
Awarded by the judges for style, creativity, trick variation, and overall impression, Dove, the youngest rider in the field today at 16-years-old, emerged as the winner of the men’s regional qualifier. Dove is
NC BMX Series Stop II. C1 contest results Cary, North Carolina, USA.
Elite Men: 1 DHERS Daniel VEN 200 points 2 TENCIO ESQUIVEL Kenneth Fabian CRC 160 3 NYQUIST Ryan USA 130 4 DOWELL Justin USA 110 5 TRYON Bryce USA 90 6 MALOTT Jeremy USA 70 7 MOSQUERA CAMACHO Julio Jonathan ECU 50 8 LOUPOS Brandon AUS 30 9 DARDEN Rob USA 20
To say we've been through the good and bad times with BMX is fair. Anyone who has put on 30 BMX events in a row can agree to that. What's the current state then? Although we've put in attempts to stop doing the FATJAMs at the Sugar Hills it simply is impossible to stop. The joy it brings to the younger riders and the good times had by park and street riders shredding on dirt twice a year have made us decide that the 31st edition of the FATJAM will happen on August 24th 2019. To score financial support from the local council we might name it a different way as events only get support in the first three years it is being organized. FATJAM 2.0 or MAJTAF 2019, or whatever we come up with, the next version will be off the hook and everyone is welcome at the Sugar Hills just like in the past 30 years. Support from sponsors and people willing to help out is appreciated so get in touch if you want to be part of the new style FATJAM Festival on 24 August to make it the best one ever.
For sure the 30th edition was a good one. The weather, man, we were lucky. Riding in a T-shirt and shorts was possible and Mark Vos would have ridden shirtless all day. The chilling on the field next to the trails was raised to an other level with people bringing their drinks, enjoying the BBQ by Fritskemaat and simply catching up while the music was pointed towards the trails for riders to enjoy. The cool thing about the Mini FATJAM is that riders between 5 and (uhh) 50 meet up on the starting hill and pick different lines to try out. Those courageous enough will attempt the Killer Jump. There was not a minute that the trails were not occupied and around 16:00hr Paul got on the microphone to give out the sponsor