etnies team rider Nathan Williams linked the brand with Kink BMX for a one-of-a-kind capsule collection of footwear and apparel that is available globally today. Nathan and fellow etnies and Kink BMX team rider Hobie Doan took the new gear out for a session in San Diego. The etnies KINK BMX Collection includes Nathan’s favorite Jameson Vulc, the new Wallride one-of-a-kind chino pant built specifically for BMX, as well as a hoodie, tees, hats and socks. On the hardgoods side, KINK BMX will be releasing the Williams signature frame with other accessories as part of this collaboration.
Help! Nathan feels that everybody could use a little help. From the socks to tees, hoodies and hats – Nathan took inspiration from his Help Mfg brand for the graphics of the etnies KINK BMX Collection.
USA BMX Hosts Opening of National Headquarters with the 2021 U.S. Olympic Team for BMX Racing. The long-awaited headquarters located in the historic Greenwood District includes the BMX Hall of Fame, Hardesty National BMX Stadium and the USA BMX Foundation. Officials from USA BMX, the Greenwood Community, the City of Tulsa and the State of Oklahoma hosted the grand opening of the USA BMX Headquarters earlier last week during the Olympic Games. The Olympians, who represented Team USA at the most recent Tokyo Games, also participated by treating attendees to a race demonstration on the Olympic-caliber track.
“Today’s celebration has been a journey more than seven years in the making,” said Shane Fernandez,
This BOX One duffle bag is the perfect companion for every occasion—take it with you when traveling, running daily errands, going to the gym, to the track, or on the trails. The BOX One duffle bag is spacious and will keep all your stuff neat and organized with its multiple pockets, including one with a zipper for your most valuable possessions.
Adjust the padded shoulder strap when the bag’s helping you carry heavier things, and continue your daily routine without a worry!
Patricio Morales, Jay Roe and Jack Waller have been working all Winter on the opening of a core BMX shop in the center of Barcelona, Spain (just one block away from the infamous Parallel). They aim to serve the BMX locals, and tourists from around the world with any and all things BMX they may need while in the city or from their webstore at: thecutbmx.
The opening day will be 26 February 2022 next. It will have a Parallel Jam that starts at 14:00hr with cash for Best Trick and good vibes. Even better vibes will be had at the after party at The Cut when the Cervezas are flowing and the music is pumping:
Today, etnies launches the brand-new Camber CL Clipless bike shoe - the first etnies clipless shoe built for riders who prefer the power, efficiency, and connection to the bike that clipless pedals provide. Starting from the bottom of the Formula G rubber outsole to the top of the Exo-Shield upper - this high-performance shoe is lightweight, breathable, and offers the rider fantastic comfort and durable protection where it’s required.
The sophisticated outsole has a pedal-specific tread pattern created with Formula G - a rubber compound that offers double the adhesion than standard rubber, and provides a unparalleled grip for BMX racing. It also has a nylon clipless pedal shank - optimized for pedaling efficiency and off-bike walkability. On the inside it has a lightweight STI Evolution Foam midsole that provides superior
Bicycle racing has existed, in one form or another, for quite a long time. However, the type of racing we are talking about when we talk about BMX can be traced back to the 1960s, in California. Hugely inspired by motocross racing, BMX bicycle races are sprints, often ridden on off-road race tracks. In the 21st century, BMX racing first became super popular, even becoming an Olympic Sport in 2008, sanctioned by the UCI. This addition to, what is possibly, the most prestigious sporting event in the world, pushed BMX to a popularity much greater than before.
Of course, with popularity comes punters. Betstation has collected some of the best online
Today - Tuesday, Feb 15th, the Grand Opening of USA BMX National Headquarters Kicks Off with Olympians, Ceremonial Races & Demonstrations What: The Grand Opening of the USA BMX Headquarters and Hall of Fame – Home of the Hardesty National BMX Stadium and the USA BMX Foundation in the Historic Greenwood District.
Funded by voters through their approval of Vision Tulsa in 2016, the City and USA BMX broke ground in 2019 on a new National Headquarters, Hall of Fame Museum and the Hardesty National Track Stadium contain both an Olympic-caliber and Amateur Track.
Who: The 2021 BMX Racing U.S. Olympic Team including Connor Fields, Alise Willoughby, Felicia Stancil, Corben Sharrah, Payton Ridenour.
In addition to members of the USA BMX staff, Tulsa Regional Chamber, Tulsa Sports Commission, and Greenwood community, the following individuals will be speaking:
There is no doubt that many processes carried out by the human body largely depend on the food consumed. Food is like a fuel that provides people with energy to function normally; thus, the nutrition of every person should be complete, balanced, varied, and regular.
Young people, whose body system continues to develop, especially need a thought-out diet. Indeed, brain work depends on the quality of food and its calorie content since it consumes about 50% of the glucose that comes with food. The lack of nutrients and minerals provokes various problems, particularly fatigue, absent-mindedness, inability to concentrate for a long time, and drowsiness.
Get ready to break the ice with the limited-edition GT Rad Series!
In 1986, Cru Jones blasted onto the scene in the cult-classic movie, RAD, living out every kid’s dream of going from zero to hero in the new and exciting world of BMX racing. Now in 2022, Cru is back, reimagined as a 29er GT Pro Series, to inspire a new generation of shredders!
This limited-edition bike has all the raw determination and talent needed for you to take on Helltrack! So, take a chance, risk it all, and go home as a hero with the new GT Rad Series!
Redline, a classic BMX bike brand, is launching a new BMX Race Development Team: Redline/Dvide, working with key athletes to support and develop the future of BMX racing. “Redline’s extensive legacy in BMX, dating back to 1974, is deeply rooted in the sport’s conception and early development,” said Larry Pizzi, CCO of Alta Cycling Group. “The launch of Redline/Dvide represents a step forward for the brand in the development of the future of BMX and its competitive community. We’re incredibly excited to support these up and coming BMX athletes and live up to our motto ‘It All Starts With A Redline’”
Redline/Dvide has wasted no time in recruiting immense talent, having added elite riders Alec Bob and Connor Eaton to their roster which is still being fully developed.
Alec Bob is a force to be reckoned with on and off the track. He competed on four Collegiate National Champion teams and ranked number one in his age class globally in 2017. He was awarded the Warnicke scholarship by the National BMX Hall of Fame Committee, an honor only afforded to elite athletes who demonstrate true professionalism, and possess a solid potential for a National #1 Championship and Olympic qualification.