The final round of the Hog’s Breath Café National BMX Series in Brigadoon late yesterday saw local favourite, Bunbury’s Lauren Reynolds, win the junior women’s race claiming the overall series. The 17 year old had won six of the seven rounds in total and was also expecting to do well in her national title race on Saturday. Second was Townsville’s Rachel Bracken. In the elite women, Perth’s BMX Olympian, Nicole Callisto was outclassed by Caroline Buchanan
SINZ is proud to announce the arrival of the Limited Edition White Alloy Stealth Fork, the most technologically advanced Pro Alloy fork for BMX racing. Our Pro R & D team developed and refined the Stealth Fork from the ground up for over a year to make sure we can bring you the best fork in BMX and it has been a huge success with riders placing 2nd and 3rd at the Olympics and the last ABA and NBL #1 Pro are running SINZ Stealth Forks.
The American Bicycle Association has been in the business of BMX racing since 1977. That's 32 years of BMX history in the making. We've decided to make all the years of ABA BMX race photos available online through ababmxphotos.com.
This is a very long work in progress and the older archives take a lot more time to work on. Basically if we were to have every single photo uploaded on the site we would have over 400,000 photos to look at. So as you can see, we have our work cut out for us for sure. As of now we have every photo uploaded on our ababmxphotos.com through the 2004 - 2009 seasons, with some older events sprinkled for some added ABA BMX history. Our goal is to have every picture from every ABA BMX National Series event uploaded on this site.
ABA CEO, BA Anderson stated "Many of the photos we shoot at each national event are never used in publication or seen by the public. To say that we have an abundance of photos is an understatement.
It didn't take the newly formed REDLINE-CHALLENGE Team long to show their strength; taking the Factory Team wins both days at ABA's Great Northwest nationals. Now in their 21st year of existence, the CHALLENGE TEAM, based out of Northern California, has teamed up with REDLINE Bicycles for 2009 and beyond. This new Factory combo combines thee longest lasting "privateer family" teams with the original BMX brand- which is bound to make it a force to be
Just finished watching the late night sports news on national TV which had the announcement of Bas de Bever being the new National Coach for Track Cycling. Next to coaching the BMX riders Bas will still be running the BMX program but is probably getting some assistance there. Congrats and good luck Bas. Let's give the Brits and the Aussies some heat on that velodrome.
Results Round 3: 1. Sifiso Nhlapo RSA 2. Raymon van der Biezen NED 3. Jordy van der Heijden NED 4. Martijn Scherpen NED 5. Ivo van der Putten NED 6. Rob van den Wildenberg NED 7. Damien Godet FRA 8. Manuel De Vecchi ITA
Results Round 4: 1. Sifiso Nhlapo RSA 2. Jordy van der Heijden NED 3. Tyler Brown USA 4. Arnoud Dubois BEL 5. Lukas Tamme CZE 6. Martijn Scherpen NED
Australia is pleased to announce Tioga is the official tyre and saddle supplier to the Cycling Australia BMX Elite Development squad (EDS) for 2009-2010 BMX season. “With the Elite Development Squad riders raving about the fast rolling Tioga PowerBlock tyres and superior grip in corners, it was imperative that we have Tioga as an Official Supplier to the program,” said Wade Bootes, Cycling Australia BMX Head Coach. “It is important the riders use products they know will work and that help produce results for themselves and the program."
World Champions and Olympic Games medal winners are among the prominent participants when the international BMX Supercross World Cup season starts 8-9 May in Copenhagen. The day of finals offers the spectators exciting BMX top sport, rock concert with some of Denmark’s best rock names, dj, competitions and “have-a-try” for the youngsters. The Olympic Games gold medal winner (men), Maris Strombergs from Latvia, and the World Champion 2008 (women), Shanaze Reade from Great Britain, are among
BMX Racing will make its debut at the 2009 State Games of America in Colorado Springs this summer, and racers from 47 states have a chance to see how they stack up during the country's largest multi-sport event for amateur athletes of all ages and skill levels. They'll have that chance at the nation's highest altitude track, the Pikes Peak BMX venue, sitting at just over 6,700 feet at the foot of Pikes Peak.
Imagine if every NBL member recruited just one new rider this year - Local programs would get a huge boost and thousands of new riders would be hitting the track, raising the level of competition across the country. The 2009 NBL Bring-A-Buddy Program has been designed to do just that and with more than $40,000 in prizes to be won, recruiters and NBL tracks will have plenty of incentives to keep them busy. Bring-A-Buddy played a key role in boosting