Intense BMX is proud to announce the addition of Kelvin Batey to the 2006 World Team. Kelvin will join Jamie Staff and Michael Robinson on the Intense BMX World Team. In 2006, Kelvin will be competing in the UK National Series, the UCI European Championships series, and at the World Championships in Brazil. Kelvin has already been selected by the Great Brittan Racing squad as one of the riders whom have been brought into the Olympic training program and will train and travel with the staff from the GBR training squad.
After years with One Bicycles, Kelvin Batey has left to join forces with Intense BMX. It was a tough decision for him to leave his long time sponsor, but Kelvin was enticed by the direction of Intense BMX and how far they have come in just a year and a half.
The Open Dutch Indoor BMX Championships took place today in Wanroij, The Netherlands. With over 800 entries over the weekend, the race was fairly big. In Elite men the top three results look like this: Elite men Open Dutch Indoor Championships: 1. Martijn Scherpen 2. Arno Kanis 3. Harm van Brussel
The U.S. Olympic Committee has mandated that USA Cycling more closely and effectively manage the BMX discipline now that it is part of the Olympic Games. As such, USA Cycling has been and will continue to be the sole governing body for BMX in the United States that is recognized by the USOC, the UCI and the various anti-doping agencies (World Anti-Doping Agency and U.S. Anti-Doping Agency).
Below you will find an outline for how the sport of BMX will be managed by USA Cycling as we approach the sport’s inclusion in the 2008 Olympic Games. It is vitally important that we get this information to you and the entire body of interested athletes who desire to compete in UCI-sanctioned events including World Championships, Continental Championships, National Championships and the Olympic Games.
Aigle, Switzerland:Just as NASCAR displays the winning car of the Daytona 500 at their Florida Museum, the UCi has a tradition of displaying all of the World Championship winning bikes at their impressive World Headquarters in Aigle, Switzerland. Amongst all of the road, track and mountain bikes that have taken their riders to rainbow-striped jersies, is one that is familiar to many American BMXers. It is the #1 machine of Redline Pro BUBBA HARRIS; the bike that took 20 year old Harris to 24 AA-pro wins in both ABA and NBL during 2005, as well as both the ABA and UCi World Championships.
The annual BMX Indoor of St. Etienne, France took place last weekend. The big winner of the weekend was MBK´s Florent Boutte who won the Open race on Saturday and then repeated the win on Sunday in Elite Men.
Arcadia, California– Crupi is proud to announce that Mike Moeller has signed with Crupi for the 2006 season. Mike was an original member of the Crupi/Challenge Team back in 2000 and ‘01, then moved up to the Crupi Factory Team in ’02 and ’03. Mike has since proven himself as a top 10 AA Pro and will be Crupi’s only Pro rider for 2006.
Cristian Becerine and Jason Richardson who have been with Crupi through the ’04 and ’05 seasons will move on to new teams in 2006 and Crupi would like to express how much they have enjoyed having them both on the team
Michal Prokop and friends will finally have a brand new BMX/4X track in Prague, capitol of the Czech Republic! It was named Polis XIII: The Fourcross & Bicross Capital. Check the photos of the current situation over there. They started to build it three weeks ago and everything should be done before the end of this year. This is Michal Prokop´s home track designed by Mr. Holeshot himself. He'll be the man to beat in Prague.
Here’s a look at the numbers all the Top ABA Pro’s will be running on their bikes for the 2006 season. Final Points through the ABA Grand Nationals in Oklahoma, USA.AA PRO
1 BUBBA HARRIS 2 KYLE BENNETT 3 DONNY ROBINSON 4 RANDY STUMPFHAUSER 5 JOHN PURSE 6 JASON ROGERS 7 MIKE MOELLER 8 PAUL LANGE 9 MICHAEL HUGHES 10 JAVIER COLOMBO 11 WARWICK STEVENSON 12 BRANDON MEADOWS 13 CRISTIAN BECERINE
This weekend was the Big Indoor Race in Geneva, Switzerland! It is in a really cool place, there is a bridge going over the freeway and the arena is on the bridge! This weekend was also a big Supercross race here in Switzerland with some of the top Moto X guys showing up. So we raced during the afternoon then the Moto guys did their thing at night. The track was interesting for sure; the first straight was a typical track, fast and a lot of pedaling. The second straight was three huge doubles! Not the longest but at least 7-8 feet tall, it was like riding trails! The track had some problems and was really soft for practice Friday night.