The 12th X-games are about to take place in Los Angeles California. To be able to compete you need to be invited. Here are the lucky riders in all disciplines who will be present in LA from 3 - 6 August: DIRT 1) Corey Bohan- X Games 05 Gold Medalist 2) Cameron White- June 7th invite 3) Cory Nastazio- June 7th invite 4) Ryan Nyquist- June 28th invite 5) Mike Aitken- June 28th invite 6) Chris Doyle- June 28th invite 7) Luke Parlsow- June 28th invite 8) Anthony Napolitan- July 19th 9) Allen Cooke- July 19th 10) Ryan Guettler- July 26th ALT 1) Dave Dillewaard- July 26th ALT 2) TJ Lavin- July 26th
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July 2006 - Denver, Co. - Jamie Bestwick, 35, of Great Britain, scored a 94.00 on his second run in the best-of-two format in BMX Vert. He moved from second to first place with the victory. Placing second was Chad Kagy, 27, of Gilroy, Calif., with a score of 92.50. In third was Kevin Robinson, 34, of Providence, RI, with a 92.25.
“To ride with 12 of the best riders in the world is awesome,” said Bestwick. “It’s been up and down all year but I knew Denver was a good city for me. It was a great city and a great crowd.”
July 2006 - Denver In BMX Dirt, Ryan Nyquist, 27, of Los Gatos, Calif., scored a 96.25 on his second run to win the title. He secured his win by performing his first barspin 720 in competition. Placing second was Panasonic Open winner Anthony Napoliton, 20, of Youngstown, OH with a 94.00 and in third Luke Parslow, 21, of Riverside, Calif., with a score of 93.25.
“It’s crazy I feel like I won my first contest, I’m so happy,” said Nyquist.“I just found out that I’m the oldest guy on the course, the young guys are pulling the hardest tricks and it seems like war out there.”
July, 2006 – Denver, Co. – Daniel Dhers captured the BMX Park title in the final day of competition at the Dew Action Sports Tour's second stop, the Right Guard Open, at the Pepsi Center. Dhers, 21, of Caracas, Venezuela, earned his first BMX Park title with a run that was highlighted by a no-handed flair on the quarter pipe. Ryan Nyquist, 27, of Los Gatos, Calif. came in second with a score of 91.00 while Alistair Whitton, 25, of Great Britain, took third place with a score of 90.25. 2005 BMX Park Dew Cup winner, Australia’s Ryan Guettler, 22, failed to qualify for BMX Park finals.
Kris Bennett is saving up to go to the FISE so give him some cash for his B-day. We've heard he loves the FISE. 28 September 1964 - Eddie Fiola 29 September 1970 - Tim "Fuzzy" Hall 1 October 1978 - Kris Bennett