BMX is one of the most exciting, and best loved bicycle sports in the world. The sport involves cyclists racing on BMX bikes, or performing various stunts on BMX bikes. It began when several BMX cyclists appropriated motorcross tracks for their own personal training, racing, and stunts. Soon, what began as a recreational sport, developed into its own competitive sport. Many people might be shocked to learn, that BMX is actually quite a popular betting sport, with BMX events attracting a large number of bettors. There are a number of ways for people to bet on BMX events, with some of the most popular betting forms being placing bets on who will score the most points, who will win the race, whether the rider will succeed on a stunt etc. Many BMX fans can bet on this page when it comes to BMX events. As with most popular racing events, BMX has spawned many video games based on the sport. The sport’s popularity has led to a number of successful games based on it being produced, and in this article we will take a look at some of the most fun BMX games ever produced.
The BMX Sk8-Hi, a Vans classic upgraded for enhanced performance, features sturdy suede and canvas uppers, elevated sockliners for superior cushioning and impact protection, and Vans original waffle outsoles made of a rubber that offers grip and support. It also includes DURACAP™ reinforcement rubber underlays in high wear areas for unrivaled durability, and the Vans revolutionary Wafflecup BMX construction for unrivaled support and pedalfeel.
-VANS WAFFLECUP BMX CONSTRUCTION - A first of its kind in BMX, specifically designed to deliver the best combination of pedalfeel, support, and durability. -VANS ORIGINAL WAFFLE Compound - Our classic gum rubber compound is made of a rubber that offers grip and support.
Name: Erik van de Wardt Age: 22 Hometown: Eindhoven, Netherlands
Why did you choose this frame out of all frames on the market today? Erik van de Wardt: I mainly check what Paul has in stock and if there is anything with a geometry I like. I never really noticed this frame but when I saw the sweet colour I looked up the geo and found out is was spot on for me! I also really dig the ICS chainstay Federal came up with. I bought the last one in stock a few months ago before it was gone.
What was the biggest difference over the last bike you had? Erik van de Wardt: Geo wise the bars are taller and the back end of the frame is one halflink longer which is perfect, coming from a too short feeling frame. I also really dig the OS bar clamping and ICS chainstay on this new bike.
How do you like the look of your bike? Erik van de Wardt: Coming from a trashy custom painted white bike with chrome parts I am happy to
The Albeck Whitebridge backpack is ready for all your urban missions and everything in between. Featuring great logical organisation with ample space for all your tech gadgetry, laptop Ipad compartments, dedicated sunglasses pocket with padded protection, vent chanel back panel all make this pack the perfect choice for your next urban assault. Custom embroidery is available. Just check in with the folks of Fastline Industries to see the options.
Mongoose Legion L500. With the Legion Series, Mongoose offers a full line of freestyle BMX bikes for riders of all ages and ability levels. As Mongoose's flagship model, the L500 is designed to take on the raddest ramps and quarterpipes, and handle the abuse that advanced riders can throw at it!
-Mongoose full 4130 Chromoly frame, tapered headtube, removable brake mounts, and mid BB shell. -175mm 2-piece tubular chromoly hollow spindle cranks with a 25T alloy chainring and mid sealed bearing bottom bracket. -20” x 2.4” tires mounted on wide aluminum double wall 36H rims with 3/8” female axle front hub and 9T cog and sealed Freecoaster rear hub
Mongoose Legion L60. With the Legion Series, Mongoose offers a full line of freestyle BMX bikes for riders of all ages and ability levels. The Legion L60 is a fully park, street or dirt worthy freestyle BMX bike with killer colorways that’s just waiting for a rider to take it to the local ramp park! -Hi-Ten steel frame, removable brake mounts, and mid BB shell. -175mm 3-piece tubular chromoly hollow spindle cranks with a 25T alloy chainring and mid sealed bearing bottom bracket. -20” x 2.3” tires mounted on aluminum single wall 36H rims with 3/8” female axle front hub and 9T cog sealed bearing cassette rear hub. -Hi-Ten steel handlebar and fork, 50mm stem, threadless sealed integrated headset, and Aluminum
2020 was a strange one. It started off okay with many events on the program. In early January Mr. Zeiss and I escaped to the Penken for a few days of fresh powder in the Austrian mountains. We managed a day and a half and were beat after that. On January 24th my first trip to Australia was on the program. Let me tell you, it's a hell of a trip before you get there. But once there that was soon forgotten. The Sydney trip by Matt Holmes was great, including checking out Bondi Beach. Then the quick in and out to Brisbaine was amazing too, especially Australia day was one that I'll remember. Thanks Wade Bootes for that one. The bush fires almost killed this Australian trip and I'm glad it didn't. It was off to Shepparton (1600km road trip) for the first UCI BMX SX World Cup of 2020 followed by a few days in Melbourne checking the scene and then straight to Bathurst for Rounds 3 & 4 of the UCI BMXSX World Cup. To make things "easier" I flew back home to take off to Tokyo 3 days later. After a short week working on Tokyo 2020 it was back home to leave for the Austrian mountains the next day, a family trip this time. During the snow trip the first news about the virus did its rounds but we managed to enjoy the
Bike Check Andrew Lazaruk. New Prime Mover V2 full of United and Profile parts. Frame: United Prime Mover v2 - 21.25” Forks: United Supreme v2 - 32mm offset Bars: United KOD - 9.25” Stem: Profile Push - 53mm reach Headset: United Grips: United Team Pedals: United Supreme Nylon Cranks: Profile Race - No Boss Sprocket: Profile Spline Drive - 28t - 19mm