The FATJAM facts:
When: Saturday 3 September 13:00hr - 18:00hr
Where: Sugar Hills Trails, Valkendijk, Aarle-Rixtel, Netherlands
Who: Anyone with a BMX Bike, people who like a BBQ & BMX, 1982 EK Beek en Donk members
What: BMX Dirt jam with plenty of opportunity to hang out and catch up with everyone
Why: To keep the FATJAM streak going since 1987. 35 years and counting, the world's longest running annual BMX event.
The 2022 edition will be special because it will bring people together who were part of the 1982 European BMX Championships in Beek en Donk. That event changed BMX races forever with the grandstands, show program and international racing for the Open European BMX titles. It's time to catch up and enjoy the BBQ, music and current BMX riding at the Sugar Hills trails. Bring a chair if you want to sit. Bring drinks if you want to drink. Bring your BMX bike if you want to ride.
Today Nitro Circus revealed the elite athletes that will battle at Nitro World Games Brisbane. More than 70 top competitors from five continents will vie for the podium in Freestyle Motocross (FMX), FMX Best Trick, BMX Best Trick, BMX Triple Hit, Skate Vert and Scooter Best Trick, with more to be announced. Combining the big air thrills of Nitro Circus with the high stakes of premier competition, Nitro World Games represents a revolution in progression. Now the biggest action sports event in the world is coming to Australia for the first time on 22-23 October. Brisbane’s iconic Suncorp Stadium will host the adrenaline-charged two-day event, and fans can get a firsthand look at the record-breaking action: Tickets are available for purchase now at nitroworldgames.com.
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”,
Soulcycle proudly presents the "Best of MarniX". Best of MarniX will take place at the Marnix Bowl in Amsterdam on Saturday August 27 from 12h till 19h. The contests is open for registry for AM riders under the age of 16, AM riders 16 years and older, women and pro's. The Marnix Bowl is 1 of the best bowls in Amsterdam and because of this it had been been riden by countless BMX riders over the last decade. We will organize an invite only contest, next to the regular contest, for those riders: the legends. Come by and hang out with us to enjoy this BMX Freestyle contest.
The Best of MarniX is part of the Urban Sports Week Amsterdam also known as USWA, supported by de Gemeente of Amsterdam. Soulcycle is THE BMX store downtown Amsterdam and proud organizer of this event and the 4 previous editions that took place at the USWA in 2016, 2017, 2019 and 2021.
Attending the contest? Attend for free. Full = full. BMX bike and helmet mandatory.
Sign up HERE to enter 1 of the competitions AM 16-, AM 16+, women and pro contest. The legends jam is invite only.
When: Saturday August 27, 2022 from 12h till 19h
What: BMX Freestyle Bowl contest, AM 16- , AM 16+, women, pro and the invite only legends contest CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
Where: Manix Bowl Amsterdam CLICK HERE FOR LOCATION
On August 13, 14 and 15, the FISE Xperience Series bring action sports vibes in a new destination, Thonon-les-Bains. Located on the benchs of Leman Lake's benches, it's central location certificate a huge line up of riders coming from all around Europe.
On two Parks specially set up on Place de Crète, a central location in the city, BMX, Roller, Skateboard and Scooter competitions will promote the best of these disciplines in front of crowds of spectators. As in Reims earlier in the season, if the title of winner of the FISE Xperience Thonon-les-Bains 2022 is at stake for the sports represented, the BMX Freestyle Park is also certified Coupe de France FFC and C1 by the UCI, which allow to get point counting for the world ranking.
Australia’s Logan Martin Further Adds To His Legacy. 28-year-old BMX Rider Logan Martin stole the show at day four of the X Games, tuning in yet another signature performance in his legendary career. Martin claimed gold in the BMX Park. Americans Justin Dowell and Dennis Enarson rounded out the podium by claiming silver and bronze, respectively. Martin also placed sixth at the Dave Mirra BMX Park Best Trick. Canadian Mike Varga claimed the gold medal in that race, followed by Mexico’s Kevin Peraza and USA’s Jeremy Malott. Dowell fell just short of the podium, finishing fourth in the Park Best Trick.
The Mongoose Bicycles x Vans special edition collection drops August 12! The two iconic brands teamed up to collaborate with OurLegendsAuthentic to design/create a shoe and apparel collection inspired by the brands’ shared heritage as pioneers in BMX and pop culture. Each of the three Authentic 44 DX shoe designs represents a time in Mongoose’s rich history in BMX and bringing back the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s in a fun and exciting way!
In 1966, Vans was born with its first production shoe model, the Style #44 DX, which took the skateboarding world by storm and went on to become the legendary Authentic.
GT BMX is releasing Can You Film This?, a full-length video that highlights its badass roster of up and coming riders. Three years in the making, Can You Film This? was initially a project created to compile the riders’ stacked footage, particularly those spur-of-the-moment clips where they might ask, “Hey, can you film this?” In time, and with enough footage, it evolved into something more.
Can You Film This? features GT riders from around the world including:
• Chelsea Wolfe
• Dillon Leeper
Today, etnies premiered the new Devon Smillie full video part on the brand’s YouTube channel. Devon put in some serious work in the streets to create this five-minute, three-song part. He’s always been known as a rider with remarkable consistency and a very difficult technical trick selection. His latest video part is full of progressive riding and NBDs, like the last combo on an up-and-over rail. Devon will be running his new etnies Windrow Vulc signature colorway in the X Games BMX Street Contest this Friday, and they are available today on etnies.com.
Devon’s clean, classic signature black/black/white color combo with the etnies stylized “E” logo on the side, and his Fly Bikes “Fuego” logo on the footbed fits his style.
Perfect for riding or chilling in, the Windrow Vulc arrives in a single wrapped vulcanized constructed shoe with a Force Shield reinforced upper. This etnies shoe has a Foam Lite 2 molded EVA footbed and a Geo-Hex tread pattern outsole. It offers long-lasting comfort with a rubber heel wrap for support with a 400NBS rubber outsole.
Devon Smillie got his first racing bike at just 3 years old. With all-around abilities, a motocross and BMX racing background, and strong skateboarding skills too, it is safe to say that Smillie has left his mark in BMX. When Devon’s not ripping a local spot, you can catch him on the track, drifting his 350Z.
Hurricane have partnered with Glasgow Life and DIG BMX to bring you a brand new video contest, E-FISE BMX Street Glasgow. Hurricane have invited some of the world's best BMX street riders to film their best 90 second video in the streets of this famous city. Filming starts today and you can follow all the action from the shoot on FISE social media channels so make sure to stay tuned!
Pro Contest Prizes
€22,000 worth of cash prizes to be won!