Pro Open: 1 ZACK VAN KAMMEN, THRODWN, LAKE ELSINORE, CA 2 JACOB PEEBLES, JET RACING, CITRUS HEIGHTS, CA 3 BILLY RUSSELL, DESOTO, TX 4 ALAN HUDSON, RAISE FOR ROWYN, PHOENIX, AZ 5 NICK DAWSON, PITTSBURGH, PA 6 TAYLOR STEPHENS, FACTORY YESS BMX, REDMOND, OR 7 AUSTIN PALASOTA, ST PETERS, MO
Justin and I have had the idea to host a little race at the indoor for a long time, and now it finally happened! The track is too small to race 1 by 1, so we decided to do a TimeTrial, without a chain.
YESSSSSS! So as of Jan 3rd, 2019 I am allowed to train with a team or club. This means wayyy more content on the bike leading into this seasons racing. Perth round 2 National Series will be my first event of 2019! Hope you're ready!
Here is a highlight video of our training camp with the top English rider Kyle Evans in Creazzo. Two days of fun and work with many young talents. Coaches: Tommy Lupi, Michele Tomizioli and Kyle Evans.
Results Chilean National BMX Racing Championships 2018. Santiago de Chile, 9 December 2018. Elite Men: 1 230 AGUIRRE AMPUEDA Diego Pablo CHI 22 1 60 2 234 CONCHA RIVAS Jose Miguel CHI 29 2 45 3 71 GODOY BECERRA Hernan Felipe CHI 20 3 40 4 184 AGUIRRE AMPUEDA Elias CHI 26 4 35 5 15 PARDO VALENZUELA Bastian Alejandro CHI 19 5 30
Niek Kimmann 2018. 2018 is coming to an end and in the last couple years, it became a habit to make a video about my year. Ups and downs. But overall an amazing year. Thanks to my friends, family, fans and sponsors for making it awesome! See you all in 2019.
The Red Bull Pump Track World Championship goes into the second year! Qualifiers are going to take place all around the world with more than 20 events in Europe, North America, South America, Asia, Oceania, and Africa. Registration is now open to everyone. Velosolutions teamed up with Red Bull and launched the pump track world championship in 2018. David Graf and Christa von Niederhäusern, both from Switzerland, were crowned as World Champions at the big final in the pouring rain at the Jones Center in Springdale, Arkansas, USA.
In February 2019, the championship goes into the second year with the first qualifier taking place in
The annual review of the rules is one of the most important processes USA BMX conducts each year. Throughout the year we collect a number of ideas and feedback from our membership and tracks. These rule suggestions are then carefully analyzed by our staff with decades of BMX experience. While we’re always working to implement policies and programs to grow our sport (like the BMX Racing League), we also shoulder the responsibility of being the stewards of BMX in North America.
Below you’ll find short explanations of rule changes for 2019. As always, please refer to the 2019 USA BMX Rule Book for exact wording of the rules.
Because of the quality of event and outstanding competition, more and more international riders are coming to USA BMX national events. As such, some clarification needed to be added for these riders. We have added the following:
Foreign amateur riders (UCI Challenge Class) are NOT required to purchase an amateur membership but are required to complete a membership application. That rider will be able to compete for the award of the day, and will NOT receive any ranking points. Should a foreign rider wish to compete for any USA BMX ranking program, they must purchase a full membership.