Get ready for a true must-listen for BMX fans! Danny and The Dingo talk shop with multiple X Games medalist and BMX innovator Pat Casey. Known for inventing technical tricks like the fakie cashroll and decade backflip, Casey is part of a new generation of BMX riders that redefined the sport in the 2010s.
Kevin Peraza, Pat Casey, Andy Buckworth, James Foster, and Larry Edgar go sun up to sun down for 48 hours in Salt Lake City riding parks of all shapes and sizes before going full send at Monster BMX Air event at the final stop of the Monster Energy Supercross Series.
Welcome to the pro ranks! Monster Energy congratulates long-time Monster Army amateur rider Jeremy Malott on joining the professional BMX team. As the company announced today, the 24-year-old from Lake Havasu, Arizona, is making his pro debut today with a heavy-hitting BMX video, live now on Monster Energy’s social media channels. After earning his stripes as a General in the Monster Army, Malott now joins the Monster Energy pro team Viewers can go online and watch Jeremy Malott’s ‘Breakthrough’ video part on Monster Energy’s official YouTube Channel.
Before joining Monster Energy’s pro BMX team, Jeremy Malott traveled the world and shook up the amateur ranks as part of the Monster Army. Growing up in the high desert town of Lancaster, California, he was already competing in motocross and BMX track races at age 10. Once he turned 17, he discovered freestyle BMX as his true passion.
With a full focus on expanding his trick repertoire, Malott soon evolved into a fierce competitor. In 2016, Malott won the freestyle BMX championship at the Monster Recon Tour. He had moved to Lake Havasu, Arizona, one year earlier for the vibrant BMX scene and one of the largest skateparks in the U.S. Jeremy Malott’s diverse bag of tricks has earned him several wins at international competitions, including first place in Best Trick at FISE events Montpellier, France and in Hiroshima, Japan, where he landed the world’s first 360 Triple Whip to Bar Spin. He also took second place overall at Barcelona Xtreme, and third place at the Toronto Jam.
Welcome to the pro ranks! After earning his stripes as a General in the Monster Army, Jeremy Malott now joins the Monster Energy pro team.
Monster Energy congratulates Kevin Peraza and Larry Edgar on their first and third finishes, respectively, at the Street Style stop of the Toyota BMX Triple Challenge series in Arlington, Texas. Peraza’s well-rounded trick delivery and Edgar’s speed and power helped each of them clinch their victories on the multifaceted course. Walled-in on three sides by giant shipping containers, the Peraza-designed layout catered to all different styles of riding with a variety of unique ramp configurations including rails, ledges, multiple quarter pipe transfers, a box jump, and more. Riders in attendance complimented the course perfectly with a mix of street focused shredders like Broc Raiford and Reed Stark, to the more transition inclined, including Edgar and Pat Casey, least not forget upcoming star
The best backyard on the planet is back. Pat Casey drops in for the fourth installment of his Dreamyard series.
In the midst of the pandemic, Monster was able to fly over the enigmatic Rich Forne to meet up with a stranded Max and Igor Bespaliy to the spot utopia known as Barcelona, Spain. The twins and Rich have combined for four minutes of visual and riding delight.
Eye candy at events that are sponsored by Monster Energy comes with the presence of the Monster girls. And usually there are more than one. Today we bring you a photo of a crew of Monster ladies and fast cars. We were hoping they would find their way to D'n Heikant in Ale Blie today but they never showed up. Must have missed an exit or something. But we're bringing a photo to you anyway of the girls in black & green. Just come in and scroll down a bit to see the 8-pack. Brought to you by Monster Energy.
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José Torres A.K.A."Maligno" has been collecting principal hardware in the BMX scene since picking up a bike at the age of 14.
Downhill (and uphill), trailers, containers, barriers, and some wood to make it all work... Monster Energy's Street Style BMX. Here's highlights from the 16 man final...