Urban Sportspark in Eindhoven plays host to one of the last qualifiers of the 2022 season before the riders head to Santiago, Chile, for the World Championships. With two fully paid tickets for the winners up for grabs, along with 228m of technical track to cover on race day, it's sure to make for an intense day of racing. The legal age to participate: 17 years (2005 year of birth). Entry fee: 10 EU includes day license
An official UCI ID or any kind of cycling licence (daily, road, BMX, MTB, cycling for all, etc.) from the National Cycling Federation is required to participate at this race. Foreign riders need to have an official licence from their own National Cycling Federation to participate abroad. For those without licenses the entry fee includes a daily license
Timed run: Solo runs Knock-out heat final: Head to head pursuit
Spectator information: Free entry for spectators! Come and enjoy the races, freestyle BMX demo’s and the DJ’s while enjoying food and beverage.
A huge weekend for action sports! Monster Energy congratulates team rider Kevin Peraza on taking first place in the Vans BMX Waffle Cup street competition at the U.S. Open of Surfing in Huntington Beach this weekend. In the pro BMX street contest, the 27-year-old from Tucson, Arizona, rose all the way to the top of the leaderboard with a flawless technical run.
From July 30 to August 7, 2022, the Vans U.S. Open of Surfing returned to the southside of the Huntington Beach Pier. As one of the world’s largest action sports festivals, the event was free to the public and featured sports competitions alongside fan activations and musical performances. For the 2022 edition, the Vans U.S. Open of Surfing focused on “Environmental Responsibility”,
Ranch Hand is an independent Bicycle Motocross film by none other than our very own Brendan 'B-Dog' Boeck - it's 4 years of home grown Australian BMX shred mastery featuring some of the best BMX you'll see.
Red Bull UCI Pump Track World's Qualifier in St Charles County! In the Women’s race Carly Kane laid down the fastest time from the get go with 25.280 seconds. She led the field with Madison Pitts,Brooklynne Schuetz and Jacelyn Reno rounding out the semi-final lineup.
With Carly Kane besting Jacelyn Reno and ultimately Madison Pitts to take home the win and earn herself a paid trip to Chile. Jacelyn Reno prevailed over Brooklynne Schuetz to take the third spot on the podium.
On the Men’s side, Louis Kaminski layed down a blistering run in qualifiers of 22.2 seconds and lead the field into knock-out rounds. The entire 32-rider bracket was full of epic battles and heartbreak. Top qualifier, Louis Kaminski unfortunately crashed out in the round of 16 when he was challenged by a fire run from Michael Hicks.
After many close battles it came down to semi-final matchups between @andersen.amakye325