Eddie Rovi flys out to California to join up with Ryan Guettler and they took a quick trip to Woodward West. In the video, Eddie shreds with some friends in The Hanger, Backyard Mini, Trails, and more.
The second in the 'Lost In' series, in conjunction with Monster Energy and TBB-Bike, heads to Portugal's second largest city, Porto. Featuring Welsh hardway practitioner Jordan Godwin, along with his Monster Energy bud from Spain, ciggie pounding naughty man Fernando Laczko. And then hot off the plane from Czech we had Jiri ‘Double The Spin, Double The Cash’ Blabol and TBB-Bike teammate / silent destroyer Jakub Juza, all chased after by filmer Tomáš Carda.
Bora Altintas takes to the streets of his home turf on the mediterranean island of Cyprus and unleashes his unique blend of burly and technical riding. Bora's ability and creativity is limitless and so each clip will keep you guessing from start to finish!
For the 6th year in a row the UCI BMX SX World Cup stopped over at the BMX SX track located at the Sport Centre of Santiago del Estero, Argentina. The final round of the 2018 World Cup season was raced in blistering heat on Sunday 28 September. Joris Daudet (FRA) won Sunday’s Round 8 in front of Gonzalo Molina (ARG) and Anthony Dean (AUS), but sixth place for UCI World Cup leader Niek Kimmann (NED) was enough for him to hold on to the overall title.
In the Women’s final on Sunday, Saya Sakakibara (AUS) and Laura Smulders were shoulder to shoulder in the first turn and the second straight. On the last straight, Alise Willoughby joined the duo, and the drag race to the finish saw the three of them cross the line side by side. A mere 0.041 of a second separated the three, with Sakakibara taking the win in front of Willoughby (2nd) and Smulders.
UCI BMX SX World Cup 2018 - Results Round 8, Santiago del Estero, Argentina:
With one more UCI BMX SX World Cup round to go in Santiago del Estero the World Cup ranking looks like this (below). In fact Laura Smulders has gained such a lead that she will get crowned UCI World Cup champion for the third year in a row today after the final race is over. In the Men class Niek Kimmann is in a good position as he is currently leading and basically needs to score more than 6 points if Joris Daudet wins. Ask Brian Foster if you think the race for the 2018 Overall is already over, he can explain that anything can happen in BMX. The race coverage can be watched live here on FATBMX. We advise you to do so.
UCI BMX SX World Cup standings 2018 - after Stage 7: