Today ESPN announced the sponsors for X Games Minneapolis 2018, taking place July 19-22, with live coverage from U.S. Bank Stadium on ESPN and ABC. Nexcare and SoFi join the roster of official sponsors alongside returning brands Fruit of the Loom, Harley-Davidson, LifeProof, Monster Energy, Pacifico, The Real Cost and Toyota. GEICO will once again serve as the official music sponsor. Explore Minnesota also returns as event sponsor with first-time event sponsors Go RVing and Hotels.com. Heading into its second year in Minneapolis, the premier action sports and youth cultural experience will showcase the talents of more than 200 world-class action sports athletes competing for medals and prize money, as well as feature wide-ranging interactive festival
The world’s leading BMX and skate athletes will descend on the West Country this July to NASS Festival 2018. The nation’s only annual action sport and music festival, which takes place on the 5th – 8th July near Bristol will host athletes from all corners of the globe heading to the festival to perform at the 2018 NASS Pro Park as the likes of Mark Webb and Alex Donnachie face off in the BMX competitions.
Once again, the guys at Four One Four Skateparks have come through with another incredible park design that sees the perfect mix of street and transition to offer anall-round park experience. This year, the course is packed with a healthy amount of rails, hubbas, gaps and drive ways that sit nicely
X Games Minneapolis 2018 will receive extensive coverage across multiple television and digital platforms July 19 - 22, as the world’s best action sports athletes compete in Skateboard, BMX and Moto X competitions. ESPN and ABC will televise a combined 19 hours of live X Games Minneapolis 2018 coverage, which will also be accessible via the ESPN App to viewers who receive their video subscription from an affiliated provider.
Eight and a half additional hours of event coverage will be streamed live on the X Games Facebook,
040 BMXPARK in Eindhoven, Netherlands is a place that many want to visit. What about a trip this weekend? Starting from Friday afternoon some of the best BMX riders will start their practice on the 040 BMX Spine Miniramp for next day's 040 BMX Invitational contest. The ramp will be set up right next to the 040BMXPARK outdoors, but with sunny weather on the agenda for the entire week, there is no need to fear any rain. Just bring your sunglasses.
Some of the riders who have confirmed their presence are Mark Webb (GBR), Milan Tenbult (NED), Justin Dowell (USA), James Jones (GBR), Tom van den Bogaard (NED), Tom Justice (GBR), Kenneth Tancré (BEL), Daniel Wedemeijer (NED), Shaun Gornall (GBR), Paul Thoelen (GER), Levi Weidmann (NED), Zdenda Pesek (CZE), Scott Hamlin (GBR), Lennox Zimmermann (GER), Erik Figar (CZE), Alessandro Barbero (ITA), Jari Roggeveen (NED), Sem Kok (Amerika), Niels van Maren (NED) & Jack Clark (GBR).
The event will be held at Ketelhuisplein, Strijp-S, Eindhoven, Netherlands and is part of E-Moves, an Urban Festival that attracts many top players in their own field.
Wanna meet the FBM Crew, and check out some behind the scenes Freestyle Bicycle Manufacturing? Mark your calendars, Saturday July 21st- 2018. we will once again open our doors to everyone for an afternoon, of Fun and Bicycle Mayhem (we will be doing a demonstration on how bike frames are built as well as an FBM team demo!), art, new gear, and a history of FBM display!
11.a.m. til about 5 p.m.
Find us at 478 Lower Creek Rd, Ithaca, NY 14850
In addition we will be hosting the Flyout Championships Friday July 20th at the Ithaca Skatepark, and
Heading into the second year as a host city for the Road to X Qualifier event, ESPN and the City of Boise have reached an extension agreement to host the Road to X Games: Boise Qualifier through 2019. “The fan response from the city of Boise was overwhelming in 2017,” said Ryan McGuinness, director of event development, X Games. “The event and team at Boise Parks and Recreation provided an incredible fan experience, and we look forward to building on that this year and in 2019.”
“The X Games’ return is an exciting endorsement of what Boise has to offer,” said Boise Mayor David Bieter. “The dynamic nature of our city, especially our active outdoor culture, is a fantastic match for
A new location, new summer date, a new line up of sports and brand new parks to get excited about. As with every FISE World Series stop Hurricane Parks have designed the parks especially for this event. This means there is fresh challenge for the athletes at every stop and an opportunity for them to test themselves on different set ups throughout the season. Next to the UCI BMX Freestyle Park World Cup also round 3 of the UCI BMX Flatland World Cup will take place in Edmonton, Canada.
This is where the riders will be competing in the UCI BMX Freestyle Park World Cup.
As part of the Road to X Games content series, X Games will host the world’s top athletes in a Park Qualifier event on June 16, 2018 as they compete to secure their invitation to X Games Minneapolis. Held at Rhodes Skate Park in Boise, Idaho, the Park Qualifier will feature three disciplines – Men’s Skateboard Park, Women’s Skateboard Park and BMX Park. New in 2018, the event will also host a Harley Hooligan race at CenturyLink Arena on June 15.
WHEN: Saturday, June 16 2:30 – 4:30 p.m. Women’s Skateboard Park
Sports Community Comes Together to Honor Late BMX Icons Dave Mirra and Kevin Robinson With a Benefit for Their Children. Silent Auction with 100% Net Proceeds to Benefit Education Funds for Both Families; Minnesota’s Supercross Hero Ryan Dungey and BMX Legend Mat Hoffman Among Those Attending. The action sports world lost two incredibly talented and iconic BMX athletes within two years of one another. Dave Mirra, who passed in February 2016, and Kevin Robinson, December 2017, were adored by fans from around the world, but none more than their wives and their children. On Wednesday, July 18th, in downtown Minneapolis - home of the X Games - the benefit will bring together