Monster Energy congratulates team rider Pat Casey on his strong third-place finish at the first stop of the 2020 Toyota BMX Triple Challenge contested in Anaheim, California, this weekend. Also kicking off the new season with a trophy, Casey’s teammate Andy Buckworth claimed the win in the highly competitive Best Trick event at Anaheim Angel Stadium. Now in its fourth year, the Toyota BMX Triple Challenge is a three-stop competition series that takes place during select Monster Energy Supercross events. Dedicated to showcasing the progression in freestyle BMX, the series attracts the best riders in the world as well as up-and-comers who are looking to make a name for themselves. Following the season kick-off in Anaheim, the 2020 edition of the Toyota BMX Triple Challenge will
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 Toyota BMX Triple Challenge has proven to be the premiere event for pushing the level of dirt riding. But this year, the stop in Arlington switches all that up and takes on a whole new feel with ramps, trailers, jersey barriers, wallrides, and rails. The unique, street style course was designed by none other than Monster’s own Kevin Peraza and it brought out some of the best street and ramp riders in the world…check the highlights!
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
Monster Energy congratulates Pat Casey on his victory and teammate Andy Buckworth on taking second place at the first stop of the Toyota BMX Triple Challenge. Casey’s incredible riding put him a notch above a stacked field of riders at the very first BMX event of the year. The first stop of the three-stop series, the Toyota BMX Triple Challenge takes place during select Monster Energy Supercross events and is at the forefront of the progression in BMX. The Anaheim event is a two jump, no apologies trick event that appeals to both the best riders in the world and up-and-comers who are looking to make a name for themselves.
Four straight days of rain prior to the event put strain on the construction crew, but two pristine (albeit
Round 1 of the 2019 Toyota Triple Challenge took place in Anaheim, CA last weekend. It's a win-win situation as the event is held at the Supercross series so even if you don't make the podium, you still get to see some awesome supercross racing. Check the results to see who did grab the medals and the big checks in Anaheim.
Dirt Results Finals: 1. Pat Casey 2. Andy Buckworth
Monster Energy’s Kyle Baldock took a respective second place at the Toyota BMX Triple Challenge at Monster Energy Supercross in Anaheim, and teammate Colton Walker took third. After the dust settled, both Baldock and Walker were holding over-sized checks at the first stop of the Toyota BMX Triple Challenge. In its second year, the Triple Challenge has gained incredible notoriety as one of the most progressive events in BMX. This three-stop dirt series takes place during select Monster Energy Supercross events and runs much the same as its Supercross counterpart. And, it’s one of the few open invites events in the States, so it brings some of the best riders from as far as Russia and several unknown riders attempting to break into the mainstream.