It's a bird, it's a plane, it's...Bryce Tryon with a perfect Superman. Ready to master this trick yourself? Learn how in this Trick Tactics video with Bryce. Watch as he teaches you how to fly! And when you're ready add variations like barspins to this trick.
The Monster Army team recently expanded to Australia. The first global recruits went on a mission from Sydney to Melbourne to film an epic down under edit. Sam Gibson, Alec Danelutti, Jakeb Dugdell and Jack Borthwick absolutely smash it in this video. Good on ya, mates!
Brock Horneman was the first Australian to ever join Monster Army. Now the Aussie rider has moved to England to continue riding and traveling. Get to know his story and watch for what's to come with this BMX Major here.
The boys are back in Chengdu, China for the final FISE World Series Stop. With this contest being the first content to earn athletes points towards the next Olympic Games, will the pressure get to them? Tune in to find out.
Monster Energy congratulates Monster Army’s Justin Dowell on winning the 2018 UCI Urban World Cycling Championships in Chengdu, China. Heading into the finals, the 18-year-old was a man with a mission, saying he “wanted to win more than anything” and that he had “tricks up his sleeves” that would do the job. The Virginia Beach native has been traveling Europe and training for this competition for the entire year. After finishing 8th last year in the World Championships he earned himself a spot in the 2018 Youth Olympic Games, but was unable to attend the competition. Using that let down as motivation he has his eyes set on the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan and wanted to start that journey with a World Championship title.
Dowell was joined in the finals by Monster Army and fellow American Jeremy Malott, as well as Monster Energy’s Ben Wallace and Alex Nikulin, from Great Britain and Russia respectively.
However, it was Dowell who stomped his “dream run” and finished with a 92.2 after his first run. Using his second run as a preemptive victory lap, it was a run that would be hard to top, with his creative combinations and unique lines. Dowell is known to trick every hip and use every transfer to
Monster Energy congratulates Brian Fox for his podium finish in BMX Dirt at X Games Minneapolis 2018. In one of the most progressive competitions in recent history, and up against an elite field of riders, Fox threw down a bronze medal run worthy of serious acclaim. Day three of X Games Minneapolis continued Saturday with thousands of fans coming to the U.S. Bank Stadium to watch the most talented action sports athletes in the world compete in a wide range of events including the BMX Dirt final, a fan favorite, that was off the charts in terms of the level of talent.
For those in attendance it was an event unlike any other, one that saw more progression and higher scores than perhaps any in the history of the sport. When all was said and done five of the ten
Jeremy Malott has dreamed of riding in X Games his entire life. When the invite to the Boise Qualifier didn't come, he decided to take his own trip up to the park to see what he could put down. Who knows, maybe X Games will like what they see and send him a wildcard invite?
The 2018 FISE World Series kicks off in Hiroshima, Japan and the Monster Army BMX team headed overseas to compete with the world's best BMX riders. Your favorites Brian Fox, Jeremy Malott, Bryce Tryon and Justin Dowell were joined by Monster Army's newest Australian teammates Alec Danelutti and Jack Borthwick in Japan for a hell of a time.
2018 Bryce Tryon is hungry. The Lodi, California local has been loading up his arsenal of tricks and is ready for the new season. The homeschooled BMX rider is focusing on new combos, new heights and never been done before tricks. Watch as Bryce shreds his new personal skatepark The Snakepit and Woodward West. Bring it on 2018!