YO! Here are some clips from yesterday's practice at the VANS BMX Pro Cup in Waiblingen (Germany) feat. Larry Edgar, Jason Watts, Sergio Layos, Corey Walsh, Paul Thölen, Josh Dove and many more. Enjoy!
The Barcelona area is a hotbed of BMX talent and it doesn't show any signs of slowing down. The latest in our DIG Locals series comes from 20 year old Liam Andreu, hailing from just outside Barca. He's been out filming with his buds for a full year now and he managed to snag some great clips for this. We feel for his ankles and wrists on that last drop!
The latest film from Ride BMX. Headlights is a pure BMX riding film that celebrates BMX at its most core. Featuring full sections from Demarcus Paul, Johnny Raekes Calvin Kosovich, Broc Raiford, Jake Seeley, and more.
Vans BMX Pro Cup, the world’s leading platform for elite BMX park terrain competition landed in Stuttgart, Germany on June 14 for the first time ever in the series’ history, hosted at the brand new Waiblingen BMX Park. The competition kicked off with the Regional Qualifiers on June 14, followed by the Women’s Pro Cup Finals and Men’s Pro Cup Semi-Finals on June 15.
A packed Regional Qualifiers produced an awe-inspiring spectacle of riding as 72 competitors from 17 different countries battled it out for a place in the Vans BMX Pro Cup Finals. It was Brazil’s Cauan Madaona who took the first place, a real pleasure to watch, he impressed the judges with his effortless style and flow, landing his tricks to perfection. Madaona was joined by Czech Republic’s Zdenda
“I’m Alessandro Donaggio, a BMX street rider from a small island of Venice, Italy. I started BMX when I was 16 after I worked hard and finally I had the possibility of buying my first bike. I was the only rider in my town and most of the time I was riding alone, because there was no one else to share my passion with. I soon realized that it wasn't the right place for me. I left for Barcelona at 19 and now I have been living here for a year and a half. Riding here is made of early mornings and late nights in between my shifts at work. I realized how much BMX was helping me when things were going wrong, and falling apart; but what's more important for me is to share my feelings to the people on the streets, and express myself through BMX, as if it was an artform.” - Alessandro Donaggio
This is ”Lost it” Volume 8 the final episode concluding the series chronicling the progress of Federal's full length “FTS” project and features riding in London, Seville, Philly, California, Barcelona, Tel Aviv and Madrid from Dan Lacey, Bruno Hoffmann, Anthony Perrin, Michal Smelko, Ryan Eles and James Cunningham.
Ljubljana will host biggest ever BMX race in its modern history. There are already way more than 100 riders from Austria, Denmark, Italy, Hungary, Germany & Slovenia registered, and you be able to watch all of them in the live web stream on Sunday. Live stream of the Sunday race will take place on Facebook profile of Cycling club Rajd from Ljubljana (@KDRajd). Stream will start at 2 P.M.
There will be a lot of lenses on the race and you will find lots of images & videos from the race, this time around even more than usual as we’ll also welcome Canon Roadshow demo van on the race. First stop of the tour will happen on the race - with options to print your photos and test latest camera gear.