UCI is pleased to announce Intense BMX bicycles as the official BMX bike supplier for the World Cycling Centre in Aigle, Switzerland. The World Cycling Centre is the premier BMX and cycling training facility in the world, with a newly constructed Olympic BMX track. “We are excited to have Intense BMX onboard. We have the most advanced BMX training facility in the world, and we would only settle for the very best when it comes to supplying our BMX bikes” says Johan Lindstrom, UCI BMX Sports Coordinator.
European Championships - Saturday, Round 9 Elite Men 1 Arno Kanis 2 Rob van den Wildenberg 3 Martijn Scherpen 4 Roger Rinderknecht 5 Thomas Hamon 6 Maris Strombergs 7 Ivo van der Putten 8 Arturs Matisons
Elite Women 1 Shanaze Reade 2 Anne Caroline Chausson 3 Willy Kanis
Colorado Springs, Colo. (June, 2007)—USA Cycling announced the nine athletes who have automatically qualified to represent the United States at the 2007 UCI BMX World Championships under its “Funded Team” criteria. Four elite men, three elite women, and two junior athletes have qualified for funding. As the top-three elite men in the latest edition of the USA Cycling BMX Rankings, Mike Day (Santa Clarita, Calif.), Randy Stumpfhauser (Sanger, Calif.) and Donny Robinson (Napa, Calif.) met the automatic selection criteria, while Kyle Bennett (Conroe, Texas) was selected by the USA Cycling Athletic Department based on his two victories this season at the NBL Easter Classic and the NBL Golden State National.
According to the latest edition of the UCI BMX rankings published last week, Robinson and Day are currently ranked number one and two in the world respectively while Stumpfhauser is ranked 14th. Together, the trio has the United States ranked number one in the world in men’s BMX racing.
At Redline headquarters, we have a wall solely dedicated to framed stars ‘n striped jersies; right next to the rainbow striped jersies of our BMX World Champions. Y’see; in every cycling discipline (whether it is mountain bike, road bike, velodrome or cyclo-cross), USA Cycling holds a “U.S. Championships.” Much like all European and Australian associations do, it’s a one-shot, one-day-only National No.1 title. And in all of those forms of cycling, winning and wearing the stars ‘n stripes of a U.S. National Champion is the ultimate. It’s like being crowned ABA National No.1 (only without the 10 wins and 11 months of consistency).
For the past decade, Redline riders have won their share of the red, white and blue jerseys – in the mud ‘n crud sport of cyclo-cross. In fact, Logan Owen – our young BMX star–turned-Cyclocross racer, has already won two Stars ‘n Stripes. Other BMXers who know the prestige of the patriotic jersey are Brian Lopes, Eric Carter, Mike King and Jill Kitner. They have all fought hard for, and won this jersey, in the suspension-realm of mountain bikes. To Carter and King, who are both No.1 title holders in the ABA, donning the stars ‘n stripes is probably as meaningful as holding an ABA No.1 Silver Cup above their head in Oklahoma.
I started keeping a daily journal way back in 1987 when I was only 15 years old. I started back when I was a freshman in high school. Since then, every single freakin’ day of my life has been documented in these journals. If it happened, it’s in there. And believe me; I’ve got some stories to tell. Looking back over the years, here is a journal entry that stands out and also my comments looking back now. Sponsored by Haro? November 4th, 1993 Actual Journal Entry: “I borrowed Cara’s car & drove to Airwalk in San Diego. I met up with BMX Team Manager, Kim Boyle & got some shoes & went to lunch with him.
– Rockford, Illinois – Once again, the ABA steamed its way into Illinois for the annual Mid-West Nationals at the legendary Rockford BMX facility just outside of Chicago. With its long first straight and infamous first turn, the stage was set for another classic battle at the “Rock”. Factory Formula / Monster Energy / Fly Racing riders Alise Post, current and reigning National #1 Women’s Pro, A Pro Warren McDow, 17 Expert phenom Lee Lewis, Vet Pro Tim Dinger, 13 Expert Andre Norles and Formula sponsored Arielle Martin were all ready to put it into high gear and show the BMX world what Formula is all about. The team also debuted their sharp, new Factory Team jerseys to rave reviews. Special thanks goes out to Dave Marrietti at the Hot Shoppe for going the extra mile.
Arielle Martin – Women’s Pro – Solution Pro – Arielle has been sidelined for the past 6 months with a knee injury sustained at the NBL’s Christmas Classic. She is finally coming back to the track and in just her second race back, has already found the top of the
To celebrate the 30-plus years of BMX history and the original P.K. Ripper, DC and SE Racing are joining forces to re-release the P.K. Ripper bike in its original aesthetic for an exclusive limited edition project named “30 Years of Radness”. "With this project we hope to pay tribute to a legendary era of BMX”, says Damon Way, Co-Founder and Executive Vice President of DC. “30 Years of Radness” is a first of its kind exhibition in London which celebrates the BMX explosion onto the world stage in the 80’s, what many consider as the “golden period”, and its endurance from it.
When you look at the SE racing bike on your right you notice that the bike has no brakes, brakeless you say? No, not really. There was a time when coaster brakes were the way to go. Agreed, it's a long time ago but everyone had a coaster brake. It basically worked all the time for the skids that were done. Coaster brakes made a comeback when freestyle was introduced. Perfect for those flat bank kick turns and no backpedaling required when rolling back. Ahh, the good old days......
I started keeping a daily journal in 1987 when I was only 15 years old. Since then, every single day of my life has been documented in these journals. Looking back over the years, here is a notable journal entry and also my comments looking back now. 1st Flips EVER in a BMX Race October 24th, 1993
Actual Journal Entry “ABA Fall Nationals –Burbank CA AA Pro motos 4-4-3 I didn’t make the main. I flipped the pro jump in my 1st & 3rd motos. EVERYONE went crazy. I got balled up in the semi & didn’t qualify to the main.