It was an action-packed qualifying at the Bmx Triple challenge! The format is three runs, best run counts. With this format, you already know the riders are going big so they can lock down that perfect run. Hit play and watch the full qualifying runs and get ready for finals…coming soon.
What a way to end the season! Monster Energy congratulates team rider Daniel Sandoval on claiming the overall series win in the 2022 Monster Energy BMX Triple Challenge on Saturday. At the final stop of the competition series in Denver, Colorado, the 27-year-old from Corona, California, took second place in BMX Dirt to finish the season at the top of the leaderboard.Sandoval also soared above the competition in the Best Trick event and claimed the win.
“Winning the overall title feels pretty good and I’m just happy with the drive I’ve had lately to want to push hard. And to show up and have a trick list so big it’s hard to pick which ones will work for the weekend,” said Sandoval upon winning the 2022 Monster Energy BMX Triple Challenge series title.
It was an ice-cold Best Trick at the Monster Energy BMX Triple Challenge event in Arlington, Texas. These tricks are hard enough in normal weather conditions but in bone-chilling cold things get a little more interesting. Hit play and watch these top pros battle the cold for Best Trick!
Stop two of the biggest BMX dirt show of the year is officially in the books – and our riders claimed both wins! Monster Energy congratulates team rider Daniel Sandoval on winning BMX Dirt at the 2022 Monster Energy BMX Triple Challenge in Arlington, Texas, on Saturday. The 27-year-old U.S. National Champion from Corona, California, soared above the competition in a high-stakes final despite winds, rain, and freezing temperatures outside AT&T Stadium Arlington.
The second win of the day went to Monster Energy BMX team rider Pat Casey from Riverside, California. In the heated competition, the 28-year-old BMX icon stomped the day’s best aerial move to claim the trophy.
Oh, it was cold. Very. Cold. Oh, and rain. A steady 35-degrees is not usually conducive for a BMX event, but the show must go on... The Monster Energy BMX Triple Challenge event in Arlington, Texas, happened, but not quite at the normal level. No qualifying, no semi-finals, no three runs...straight to Final and just two runs to lay something—anything—down.
The BMX Triple Challenge is not only back, but back to its normal self…an open invite event that welcomes anyone who is capable of clearing two massive jumps at the second Anaheim stop of the Monster Energy Supercross.
Best Trick contests are always a good show. It’s a chance for the rider to showcase heavy tricks they’ve been working on or just outright start hucking. The Best Trick contest at BMX triple Challenge was no different. Insane combos and NBD’s were flying everywhere.