From early morning, the finals were linked on the Freestyle Park for the last stage of the French cup FFC. After the categories Junior, Women dashed and the havraise Alicia Labat had much to do in front of three members of the French Collective; Kenza Chaal, Magalie Pottier and Laury Perez. The latter moreover stood out, before making way in Amateurs where it was Louidgi Opplert who took the win. The wind at the end of day imposed to convert the qualification results as the final results in the Pro class where a demonstration followed instead. The qualification results had Cam Peake winning, Jack Macguire in second and Kenneth Tancre from Belgium in third for this last stage of the 2018 FISE Xperience Series tour. The consistancy of Kaine Mitchell throughout the season
Prelim results from South Korea came in. We were missing Tom van den Bogaard's name and then noticed he did not ride. Tom hurt his foot during warm-up and had to sit-out the comp. Rim (Japan) took the leading position before John Dalton (USA) and Takagi Toshio (Japan). Final results will be posted up after Sunday's final.
Prelim results 2018 Chuncheon International ASC SOUTH KOREA: 1. Rimu Nakamura 2. John Dalton 3. Takagi Toshio 4. Ji Ho Lee (Korea) 5. Phamee Rungrueang (Thailand)
And there it was, the last FATJAM. Many of you didn't want to pass up the opportunity to witness the annual jam in Aarle-Rixtel. For some it was a walk into memory lane, others have shown up year after year. It didn't matter what the reason was, you guys were there and that was much appreciated. With the same concept as previous years, the 30th edition did bring something new; the Rodeo Bull provided by OJA, one that could be manned ourselves. Next to that the Sugar Hills trails were in good shape (considering) and were used all day long. It took a while before the Killer Jump got used but the ones with No Fear were brave enough the work with the soft landing. 040BMXPARK brought the Big Air Bag for everyone to work on some new tricks. Even the smallest riders took all the speed they could from the street to send themselves on the soft mattrass. Masterchef Frits van der Linden and partner in crime Robin de Put manned the BBQ until the 150 delicious Beckers Burgers were all gone. In the meantime the locals had brought their coolers full of Bavaria and found themselves a spot at the FATJAM to shoot the shit and have a good time while the riders got to ride the Sugar Hills all day until they had enough.
At 16:00hr Paul got on the microphone to hand out the goodies that were provided by our sponsors Vans, Paul's Boutique, Beckers, Fist and OJA. OJA even provided a complete bike that went a young visitor named Yvo from New Zealand who had no bike to ride. He even picked up some matching FIST gloves to go with the bike. All he wanted were a few stickers. Then he got home with a new bike.
It is common knowledge that Leandro Moreira is a ruler on his Caracas trails in Brasil. Some big named riders were invited for a contest at Leandro's trails and he managed to stand on top after being challenged.
Results Caracas Trails, Sao Paulo, Brasil: 1) Leandro Moreira Overall, BRA 2) Tobi Merz, AUT 3) Julian Felipe da Rocha, BRA 4) Alex Landeros, USA
Baltic Games results are in. Here's how the men and women ended up in Poland in BMX PARK. Men: 1 Dhers Daniel Venezuela 2 Dowell Justin USA Monster Army 3 Nikulin Alex Russia Monster Energy 4 Webb Mark UK Total BMX, VANS 5 Reilly Kieran UK 6 Figar Erik Czech Republic Mutant Bikes, Vans 7 Caillet Istvan France BMX Gangster 8 Mitchell Kein UK 9 Ferrasse Florian France 10 Kovacovic Michal Slovakia Vans, 11 Tryon Bryce USA 12 Theys Gilles Belgium 13 Meisel Michael Germany 14 Hanzlik Jan Czech Republic
The fourth event of Nitro World Games 2018 came to a close Saturday with an epic BMX Park final. The best riders in the world raised the bar in the debut of Nitro World Games BMX Park. All six athletes upped their game in front of BMX icons like TJ Lavin, inspiring podium finishers Logan Martin (1st), Dennis Enarson (2nd), and Ben Wallace (3rd) to go all in. That competition was experienced globally, thanks to the Nitro World Games Facebook livestream that let fans worldwide be part of the two-day competition for free.
BMX legend TJ Lavin provided expert analysis during competition and was thrilled with the overall
X-Games in Minneapolis, it still seems crazy to even be uttering these epic words in the same sentence. The greatest action sports event on the planet, and your own hometown. However, it comes as no surprise that after two successful years here in Minneapolis, X-Games has decided to extend their time here for an additional two years thru 2020. Now, this article isn't intended to tell you what all went down during the games, but rather to bring you a much better idea and vision of what X-Games actually means on a local level to us Minnesotans.
Arriving into Town... Extremely Convenient. X-Games in Minneapolis, really is the epitome of the perfect fit. Athletes, course builders, staff members, volunteers, fans, and those travelling to our great state of Minnesota, are able to fly to the middle of the country directly into Minneapolis/Saint Paul International Airport. Follow that with a simple 20 minute ride directly to U.S. Bank Stadium and the surrounding hotels, and restaurants, and nightlife that Downtown Minneapolis has to offer via our Light Rail.
Our Gorgeous Minnesota Weather... as well as 10,000 Lakes. Summertime weather is absolutely gorgeous here in the "Land of 10,000 Lakes". When compared to X-Games' previous home in Austin, Texas, there really is no comparison. Our mild temps, beautiful evenings, and pristine waterways provide a backdrop for X-Games that has yet to be rivaled..