Today - Tuesday, Feb 15th, the Grand Opening of USA BMX National Headquarters Kicks Off with Olympians, Ceremonial Races & Demonstrations What: The Grand Opening of the USA BMX Headquarters and Hall of Fame – Home of the Hardesty National BMX Stadium and the USA BMX Foundation in the Historic Greenwood District.
Funded by voters through their approval of Vision Tulsa in 2016, the City and USA BMX broke ground in 2019 on a new National Headquarters, Hall of Fame Museum and the Hardesty National Track Stadium contain both an Olympic-caliber and Amateur Track.
Who: The 2021 BMX Racing U.S. Olympic Team including Connor Fields, Alise Willoughby, Felicia Stancil, Corben Sharrah, Payton Ridenour.
In addition to members of the USA BMX staff, Tulsa Regional Chamber, Tulsa Sports Commission, and Greenwood community, the following individuals will be speaking:
There is no doubt that many processes carried out by the human body largely depend on the food consumed. Food is like a fuel that provides people with energy to function normally; thus, the nutrition of every person should be complete, balanced, varied, and regular.
Young people, whose body system continues to develop, especially need a thought-out diet. Indeed, brain work depends on the quality of food and its calorie content since it consumes about 50% of the glucose that comes with food. The lack of nutrients and minerals provokes various problems, particularly fatigue, absent-mindedness, inability to concentrate for a long time, and drowsiness.
Get ready to break the ice with the limited-edition GT Rad Series!
In 1986, Cru Jones blasted onto the scene in the cult-classic movie, RAD, living out every kid’s dream of going from zero to hero in the new and exciting world of BMX racing. Now in 2022, Cru is back, reimagined as a 29er GT Pro Series, to inspire a new generation of shredders!
This limited-edition bike has all the raw determination and talent needed for you to take on Helltrack! So, take a chance, risk it all, and go home as a hero with the new GT Rad Series!
Redline, a classic BMX bike brand, is launching a new BMX Race Development Team: Redline/Dvide, working with key athletes to support and develop the future of BMX racing. “Redline’s extensive legacy in BMX, dating back to 1974, is deeply rooted in the sport’s conception and early development,” said Larry Pizzi, CCO of Alta Cycling Group. “The launch of Redline/Dvide represents a step forward for the brand in the development of the future of BMX and its competitive community. We’re incredibly excited to support these up and coming BMX athletes and live up to our motto ‘It All Starts With A Redline’”
Redline/Dvide has wasted no time in recruiting immense talent, having added elite riders Alec Bob and Connor Eaton to their roster which is still being fully developed.
Alec Bob is a force to be reckoned with on and off the track. He competed on four Collegiate National Champion teams and ranked number one in his age class globally in 2017. He was awarded the Warnicke scholarship by the National BMX Hall of Fame Committee, an honor only afforded to elite athletes who demonstrate true professionalism, and possess a solid potential for a National #1 Championship and Olympic qualification.
Nikita Ducarroz, reigning European BMX Freestyle Champion and Olympic Bronze Medalist, is the latest addition to Riding Culture’s team of high-profile athletes. The 25-year-old BMX park rider joins top riders like FMB Slopestyle World Tour rider Lucas Huppert and world-class skateboarder Jonny Giger on the team of the Swiss brand of ultra-durable jeans and apparel for mountain biking, cycling, skateboarding and BMX. Born in Nice, France, to an American mother and a Swiss father, Nikita grew up between Geneva and California. Aged 14, Nikita discovered BMX through videos and edits on YouTube and was instantly hooked. It didn’t take her long to progress from learning tricks to entering BMX Freestyle competitions. Following several successful seasons with a number of podium
Alex Valentino's new Signature Auto Portrait Frame is finally here! The Auto Portrait features some similarities with our Incarnate V2 frame, like a solid tubeset throughout, invest cast dropouts with built in chain tensioners, and our ultra slim invest cast wishbone, but this frame also features a seatstay wishbone to further strengthen the rear triangle. This double wishbone design sets the Auto Portrait Frame aside from anything else in our line up, and yet fits in perfectly.
Coming in 3 colours, Blue, Pale Grey, and Raw, the headtube graphics for this frame have also been painted by Alex Valentino himself, further adding to the name.
- 4130 SEAMLESS SANKO JAPANESE TUBING - BUTTED AND TAPERED THROUGHOUT - DOUBLE WISHBONE DESIGN - TOP AND DOWNTUBE GUSSETS WITH EMBOSSED REBORN LOGO ON DOWNTUBE GUSSET - TOP TUBE: 20.5", 20.8", 21", 21.25" - HEAD TUBE: 75.5° - CHAINSTAY: 13" - BOTTOM BRACKET: 11.8" - STAND OVER: 8.6" - SEAT TUBE: 71° - REMOVABLE BRAKE MOUNTS NOT INCLUDED
The Mandurah Mazda Action Sports Games (MASG) presented by Drug Aware, will go ahead as planned at Hall Park and Mandjar Bay on the picturesque western foreshore of Mandurah, Western Australia in March 2022. The Mandurah Action Sports Games combines Wakeboarding, Skateboarding, BMX Freestyle, Scooter, and the Apex Imaging Freestyle Motocross (FMX) demonstrations and athletes will be competing for an overall combined prize pool of over $20,000 in cash and prizes.
Due to current COVID border restrictions, the event’s focus will be to attract the best Western Australian action sports stars to Mandurah. Mandurah has stunning beaches and pristine inland waterways making it the perfect location for this world class action sports event.
Today, etnies welcomes Miki Fleck to the pro BMX team. Miki calls Barcelona home, and he made a name for himself with a fast, aggressive, and raw style that is unique in BMX street riding today.
Miki joined the etnies flow team back in 2018, and he’s run many styles of etnies shoes over the last four years. He’s currently riding in the etnies Marana, which he likes for the 3x more durable Michelin outsole, padding and protection.
His riding has consistently progressed every year, and it looks like 2022 will be a strong year for him.
USA BMX is pleased to welcome ten new team members filling various roles at the amazing new Tulsa headquarters. The new complex features the Hardesty National BMX Stadium, the Nation- al BMX Hall of Fame and Museum and the new headquarters of both USA BMX and the USA BMX Foundation. New hires include facility General Manager, Hardesty National BMX Stadium Track Operator with additional positions within USA BMX and the USA BMX Foundation in brand marketing, operations, special events, and community relations. The ribbon-cutting and Grand Opening event will take place on February 15.
USA BMX - the largest BMX racing organization in North America - announced today the 2022 USA BMX Freestyle Amateur Series has partnered with Hyper Bicycles for a second year. The USA BMX Freestyle 2022 schedule will consist of seven national events and one Grand Final competition where membership and pre-registration are required for both.
“Hyper Bicycles has been supporting the BMX industry for more than three decades, and to have them on board for a second consecutive year for the BMX amateur series, is a per- fect fit,” said USA BMX Freestyle President, Shane Fernandez. “Hyper Bicycles signed on last year for the inaugural event not knowing how a first-time contest series would end up, but believed in the same vision and hope of helping to progress the sport of BMX. Now that we know how successful that first year was, we couldn’t be more excited to see what 2022 brings for the riders and the sport alongside Hyper.”
“Hyper Bicycles is proud to continue our support of the 2022 USA BMX Freestyle Series following a