100% is proud to introduce the latest collection of goggles, gloves and casual apparel. The 2018 Fall Goggle range includes a plethora of new designs and colorways in the World Cup winning Racecraft +. Also included are the always popular Racecraft models, and the perennial favorite Accuri line. Additionally, the all-new mud-specific Strata Forecast goggle marries the premium Forecast Film System with the economical Strata goggle to provide a high-performance mud goggle at an extraordinary price point. Not to be outdone, the youth line enjoys multiple fresh color ways and two new film-equipped goggles to complete the already robust offering.
The entire 100% glove lineup has been completely redeveloped and redesigned for Fall 2018. The fit, function, and construction have all been refined to offer the most comprehensive glove collection to date. The assortment offers eight unique chassis with features specifically tailored to accommodate all riding styles, disciplines and conditions.
The Vans BMX Pro Cup lands in Guadalajara, Mexico August 24 – 26 at the famed Montenegro Skatepark to kick-off the third and final stop of the world tour preceding the series’ World Championships. 2017 Guadalajara event winner Jason Watts will utilize his diverse BMX talents to defend his title against elite Tour Pros Kevin Peraza, Dennis Enarson, Sergio Layos and current series point leader and reigning 2017 Vans BMX Pro Cup World Champion Larry Edgar.
“Watts won in Guadalajara last year by packing his runs with a variety of tricks,” states Vans BMX Pro Cup Event Organizer, Dennis McCoy. “Look for him and the other Tour Pros to really mix things up in Mexico this year.”
We've updated the FATBMX Event calendar and some of the event organisers have announced their 2019 dates already. Want to know when the X-Games are in 2019? Or the Butcher jam? check out the FATBMX calendar. Here's the info about the Butcher Jam:
Butcher Jam 2019, June 07 – 09.06.2019 in Flensburg, Germany as always at the BMX- &Skatepark Schlachthof. Another Year = Another Butcher jam knocking on the door. Now for the 11 th time in a row also 2019 we are proud and happy to start something big, spectacular, special and again embedded
Monster Energy congratulates Ben Wallace for his flawless showing at the first ever Nitro World Games park event and Monster Army’s Brian Fox on his Best Trick victory. Wallace’s well-rounded approach to the unique bowl made his runs stand out among the best in the world, while Fox put body and bike on the line in the 20-minute jam event. A private event at a brand new facility nestled north of San Diego, the inaugural Nitro World Games event brought out the best riders in the world looking for their portion of the $300,000 prize purse. But it wouldn’t be a quick road, as Ben would have to battle his way through Quarter and Semi Finals to even have a shot at walking away with a trophy and some cash.
Wallace was on point the whole way through, combining everything—big tricks, boosted airs, speed, unique lines, and technical tricks—in his runs time and time again. He kicked off each run with a massive lookback transfer into a vert quarter, but he upped the level in his very last run in Finals to seal the third place finish.
From that very first transfer Wallace kept the speed going through a unique line that seemed impossible to everyone watching. Stylish and boosted one-footed X-ups, toboggans, and no-handers filled each wall, a different huge transfer with a tailwhip, and then cutting an unreal line to a flair across the longest quarter in the park. A double tail-whip over the box, an alley-oop lookback, a whip over the triangle spine, and an insane double tail-whip pocket air were the remaining bangers of his run.
All good things have to come to an end. The 30th edition of the FATJAM will be the last one. If you've always wanted to pay a visit to the infamous FATJAM in August on the Sugar Hills in Aarle-Rixtel, make sure to make this one count. A day full of "Bikes, Beers & Bitches" is planned for Saturday 18 August which will kick off with the Dirt Jam at the traditional Sugar Hills. Highlight will be the jam for goodies at 16:00hr. We would like to thank our sponsors for their support in making this happen. Riders will go home with something if they manage to do what we want to see. It's all in good fun and a session you don't want to miss. Remember, we've got the one and only "Killer Jump" at the Sugar Hills that needs to see some action. The session starts at 13:00hr, is free, and will last till 18:00hr.
On Sunday 23 September 2018 another edition of Urban Matterz will take place in Helmond, Netherlands. Also this year they're providing ramps and an airbag for BMX riders to use. The 040BMXPARK obstacles will be set up at De Cacao Fabriek during the annual Hip Hop festival. The free festival will provide good vibes and good times. The obstacles present:
1x Airbag 8x6
1x bank to bank 3x2
2x bank to bank 1x0,2/0,35
The festival on Sunday 23 September starts at 10:00hr and ends at 18:00hr.
We're back at it and we're kickin' it LIVE! The 2019 SEBIKES.com website that is. We recently uploaded all of the hot new bikes to our new website. We have tons of new models this year and all kinds of fun bikes to check out. Get a glimpse below and then head on over to the site to check out all the bikes in detail. Lets get it! Here are two models of the 2019 line:
PK RIPPER SUPER ELITE XL
The PK Ripper has never been stiffer, stronger or faster. The PK Ripper Super Elite XL is the definition of “BMX innovations.” The ultra-stiff 6066 aluminum frame comes equipped with features such as a
The Vans BMX Pro Cup, the world’s leading platform for elite BMX park terrain competition, embarks on the third and final stop ahead of the series’ World Championships, as the industry’s best professional men and women BMX riders return to Guadalajara, Mexico on August 24 – 26. Anticipation begins to build as the Vans BMX Pro Cup series narrows in on the title race with all eyes on current series point leader and reigning 2017 Vans BMX Pro Cup World Champion Larry Edgar, as he goes up against 2017 Guadalajara event winner Jason Watts, top Pro Tour contenders Kevin Peraza, Dennis Enarson, and 2018 podium regular Alex Hiam.
With only two qualifying opportunities left in the season, the Guadalajara Vans BMX Pro Cup will kick-off with a regional qualifier on Friday, August 24. Open to eligible men and women pro BMX riders, the top seven regional qualifier finalists from Friday’s event will automatically advance to the Pro Tour semi-finals on Saturday, August 25 and the top three regional qualifier podium winners will join the 2018 Tour Pro roster, in addition to a coveted invite to the official Vans BMX Pro Cup World Championships in Málaga, Spain on September 22.
Frontline is Caroline Buchanan's newest collaboration with FIST Handwear it has a military green battle vibe."Frontline to me represents my battle and efforts to comeback from injury & adversity and be back on the Frontline of sport and at the top of my game again. For anyone who is at the forefront of their careers/goals or who is battling in their own lives to be the best & toughest versions of themselves. This glove is for you! "
USA Cycling announced today the addition of seven athletes to the 2018 USA Cycling National Team across multiple disciplines: Brooke Crain (Visalia, Calif.) in BMX Supercross; Luca Shaw (Hendersonville, N.C.) and Dakotah Norton (Davidson, Mich.) in Mountain Bike; and Katie Hall (Saratoga, Calif.), Alexis Ryan (Ventura, Calif.), Jonny Brown (Covington, Tenn.), and Taylor Phinney (Boulder, Colo.) in Road. Each rider joins the team based on top results this year that meet the objective performance-based criteria. “We are excited to be able to extend the benefits of the USA Cycling National Team to additional riders. Having more athletes qualify for support by meeting the challenging objective standards means that our depth as a nation is increasing,” said Scott Schnitzspahn Vice President of Elite Athletics for USA Cycling.