Joyride BMX Park International Freestyle C1 contest - Markhan, Ontario - 26 Feb 2019 Elite Men: 1 LOUPOS Brandon AUS 200 2 CHIPMAN Jaden CAN 160 3 DHERS Daniel VEN 130 4 DOWELL Justin USA 110 5 SANDOVAL Daniel USA 90 6 NAKAMURA Rimu JPN 70 7 DALTON John USA 50 8 VARGA Mike CAN 30 9 BRUCE Nick USA 20 10 TENCIO ESQUIVEL Kenneth Fabian CRC 10
Monster Energy congratulates Dan Lacey on his Best Trick win at the second stop of the Toyota BMX Triple Challenge in Arlington, Texas. Taking place during select Monster Energy Supercross events, the Toyota BMX Triple Challenge has proven to be the premiere event for pushing the level of dirt riding. But new for this year, the Arlington stop switched all that up and took on a whole new street feel with ramps, trailers, jersey barriers, wallrides, and rails. The unique, street-style course was designed by Monster Energy’s Kevin Peraza featuring some of the best street and ramp riders in the world.
The qualifying event on Friday wasn’t open to the public, but 36 riders battled it out for 13 spots in the
The BMX Support Group visited Eindhoven on a Monday night. People going through a bad time could share their sad stories of being addicted to drugs or alcohol, losing their jobs, hitting rock bottom and simply needing a shoulder to cry on. Actually it wasn't anything like that. Kevin Peraza, Sergio Layos and Courage Adams had made it to town to ride with the locals and to promote Kevin's new BMX shoe. The round circle talking session was more of a live interview with KP himself and those present used the time to ask Peraza anything they wanted. The interest for his new shoe was definitely there and Kevin explained how they've been testing the new sole for a year and a half and how stoked he is to get a signature shoe. The vibe was positive and no sad stories were shared and
The Toyota BMX Triple Challange contest series goes Street Style this weekend in Arlington, Texas. It's great that these events are being held at the FIM Supercross races in the USA. Qualification of the first Street Style event happened on 15 February with the finals taking place today followed by the Supercross stadium race. See who made it in.
Toyota Triple street style comp, Qualification results. 1. Parker Heath 2. Dakota Roche
The second BMX jam of 2019 was a banger! In Hoorn, a small town near Amsterdam, Sam City recently Opened a new indoor skatepark ‘’The sportcave’’ which is great! In honour of the new 2019 Fly Bikes completes introduction they organized a release jam in collaboration with Rock N Roll Distribution. The skatepark looks pretty interesting for most of the street riders in BMX because of all the ledges and creative rail setups. That doesn’t mean riders like Sem Kok can’t shred this park, because he surely was! The park includes some fun wallrides, hips and a foam pit. Fly Bikes rider Sem and his teammate Courage Adams all the way from Spain are representing Fly Bikes and were both killing it! Courage is known for his insane type of riding, just like Sem.
The jam was supposed to start at 8PM but it was already busy around 3PM so the vibe was there for sure! After a few hours riding and getting comfortable with the newest skatepark in NL, it was time for a Best trick contest!
DJ King Koen started playing some tunes and everyone was killing it! The best trick went down on the middle part of the park, including the long flat rail + A Frame rail. 15/20 riders where shredding this setup! Joeri Veul got a flat tire in the middle of the contest! He fixed it and did some of the sickest tricks of the day. Joeri ended up second place with an over smith to icepick 180 on the A frame rail. Simon, a Belgian rider did a massive half cab tail whip on the driver and ended up third place!
Around 75 riders entered the Park and Street contest in The Promise last Saturday. With the park located close to Belgium as well as Germany, the Dutch riders saw competition on the sheets from those two neighboring countries. Youngster Tom Clemens (GER) beat over 30 riders in the Amateur Park contest while Shanice Silva Cruz edged out Jana Murdova by 0,333 of a point to grab the win in the Women class. Team Germany's Tobias Freigang threw down some hammers to win the Park class followed by Dutchies Jari Roggeveen, Niels van Maren and Pim Scheers with Sem Kok getting 5th and Tom Selbeck scoring 6th. Good old Hannu Cools (BEL) was found on spot 8 showing he's still got what it takes. Germany also grabbed the win in the Street class. Wethepeople's Giano Vacca is practically a local at The Promise and it showed. His 84,33 for first was followed by a 78 for Frank Nabuurs and a 77,33 for Max Esser who took the last podium spot.
USA Cycling announced today the process that will select the 2020 Olympic Team for the exciting discipline of BMX Racing, now in its fourth Olympic Games, and the new Olympic discipline of BMX Freestyle. The organization has published the Athlete Selection Criteria for the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo for BMX Freestyle and Racing on its website. The USA Cycling Selection Committee set forth to create criteria that would not only select the best athletes, but was objective and easy for athletes and their coaches to understand.
The maximum quota of athletes for the BMX Freestyle discipline is two athletes per gender. Quota slots will be initially filled in order of their ranking in the USA Cycling Olympic BMX Freestyle Rankings as of May 12, 2020. Points towards an athlete’s rankings will be awarded for their best four finishes in UCI Freestyle World Cup events plus the 2019 World Championships between January 1, 2019 and May 12, 2020. Athletes must finish in the top 8 in these events to earn Olympic BMX Freestyle Ranking points.
The maximum quota of athletes for the BMX Racing discipline is three athletes per gender. Like BMX Freestyle, quota slots will be filled per gender by athletes in order of their ranking in the USA Cycling Olympic BMX Racing Rankings as of June 2, 2020. Points towards their rankings will be awarded based on their best ten finishes in the finals (top 8) at UCI BMX Racing World Cup events plus 2019 and 2020 World Championship events with a Maximum of twelve scores counting between January 1, 2019 and