Hot Wheels® and Woodward, a POWDR company, announced today the dates and locations for the 2019 Hot Wheels™ Junior Series built by Woodward, an amateur skateboarding and BMX competition series that invites participants 16-years-old and under to compete and progress their skills. The Series gives kids around the country an easy entry into the world of competition by inspiring them to take on new challenges, meet new friends and compete for great prizes. Registration for the series is now open at hotwheelsjuniorseries.com.
Running from April through September, the Hot Wheels Junior Series kicks off in sunny Huntington Beach, Calif., April 5-7 and includes skate and BMX contests spanning disciplines such as street, park, bowl, mini and dirt. Additional stops include Phoenix, Ariz., Rye, N.H., Tahoe, Calif. and Woodward, Pa. Awards are given to athletes at every event in each discipline across four participant divisions including ages 10 and under, ages 11-16, women’s and advanced.
"In the same way playing with Hot Wheels nurtures the 'Challenger Spirit' by encouraging kids to try, fail, and repeat to achieve success, so does the world of action sports,” said Ricardo Briceno, Hot Wheels Director of Global Brand Marketing at Mattel. "The Hot Wheels Junior Series gives kids the forum to
Hi everyone! I've got a Hotwheels competition coming up next week in Huntington Beach, California so we go to the skatepark to practice. My mom, dad and skatepark kids call out tricks for me that I have to do on the fly to get ready for the comp!
Caiden and friends play a game of Trick It or Eat It! Each player spins the three wheels. The first wheel is the nasty food, second wheel is the trick and the third wheel can really change things up with steal another player's trick, spin again, lose turn and more! Who eats the BLACK EGG? Who crashes on their victory lap?? Watch to find out!
Caiden and Ryken take a trip through California, Oregon and Washington hitting some amazing skateparks along the way! Our first BMX road trip was when Caiden was 6.Now that he's 7 it's funny to see the difference in his riding ability going to some of the same parks! (Link below for that vid) This time was a lot more fun with company!
Often seeing young gifted riders I wonder if their riding will survive in adolescence, the arrival of the scooter, girls, etc .. But there, weirdly I do not worry about Sasha Cambon. Sasha thinks, breathes, eats, and sleeps so much that Nico is sometimes forced to stop him. One thing is certain: since the time I drag in the middle of the bmx, I have often witnessed the flagrant talent of some French riders, but still never on the part of a 9 year old kid. That's what is done .. The following montage was filmed during the 8th and 9th year of this small phenomenon, and there is already everything: style, tricks, amplitude, originality, and flow. Little man, but big slap.