The Best Trick Jam at Vans BMX Waffle Cup was just jaw-dropping. The level of riding was at an all-time high and the riders were feeding off of each other's energy the whole 30 min session. You're not going to want to miss the exciting Best Trick Jam.
In the latest film from Vans BMX, “Magic Powers,” Vans team rider Alex Haim proves that the possibilities in BMX are infinite. The past few years of isolation without travel have somehow ignited his mystical abilities, opening a new space for creativity and self-discovery.
Vans BMX is proud to present the latest short film from team rider Kevin Peraza, Con Todo, directed by filmmaker and friend Juani Zurita. Meaning “giving it all” or “with everything,” the film explores Kevin’s roots, highlighting his high-energy riding at spots throughout Hermosilo, Sonora Mexico, as well as Arizona and California.
Vans BMX is proud to present the latest short film from team rider Kevin Peraza, Con Todo, directed by filmmaker and friend Juani Zurita. Meaning “giving it all” or “with everything,” the film explores Kevin’s roots, highlighting his high-energy riding at spots throughout Hermosilo, Sonora Mexico, as well as Arizona and California. Leading with a fresh vision for BMX, Kevin and Juani worked together to bring together all of Kevin’s strengths – dirt, park, and street—into one cohesive film, capped with a trick that had been on their radar since riding the San Diego, California spot nearly a year previously.
“I can't thank my friend and BMX brother Juani enough for not only being super motivating throughout
Vans, the original action sports footwear and apparel brand, proudly unveils the all-new BMX Style 114, a performance-driven silhouette designed specifically for BMX featuring a colorway in collaboration with Vans athlete Kevin Peraza. Inspired by his childhood growing up immersed in BMX, and with aesthetic nods to his home state of Arizona, the BMX Style 114 delivers durability, support, and impact protection that are born from BMX. The latest addition to Vans long BMX history, the BMX Style 114 builds on the progression of Vans BMX WaffleCup technology and was designed to help riders like Peraza push themselves further. Intentionally departing from the black hues usually seen in BMX footwear and apparel, Peraza took a fresh direction with the BMX Style 114 by tapping into a
Vans BMX proudly presents Courage Adams: Balanced, a new edit exploring the riding that has placed Courage on a path to success, steadily building his BMX career through hard work and dedication. Filmed in Africa, France, and Courage’s current homebase of Spain, Balanced reflects Courage’s global approach to BMX, including some of the locations that have defined his meteoric rise. Leading with his guiding philosophy, “Balance is key to life,” Courage has made a name for himself with his gift for unbelievable bike control, which is captured in this edit by director Rich Forne.
“Working with Courage on this project, I got to experience firsthand the jaw-dropping power and incomprehensible balance and imagination he brings to his riding,” Forne said. “Courage has no concept of limitation and is able to do whatever he wants on a bike so long as it is strong enough to keep up with his incredible vision.”
Vans, the original action sports footwear and apparel brand, is proud to unveil a new colorway of the Sk8-Hi® BMX created by Angie Marino, the perfect balance between BMX performance and a timeless design brought to life through the eyes of one of BMX’s most talented riders. Constantly pushing the limits of progression, Angie’s riding demands a shoe that’s as strong and as committed to BMX as she is. The Sk8-Hi® BMX meets those demands with Vans BMX Wafflecup™ construction for maximum pedal feel and durability. For her take on the silhouette, Angie worked with Vans to bring in her personalized floral art and soft tones, which also carry over into a curated apparel collection.
The Sk8-Hi BMX by Angie Marino features PopCush™ footbeds for maximum energy return and a DURACAP reinforced rubber underlay to protect high-wear areas. A protea, her favorite flower, come to life in a tonal deboss on the heel counter and in soft peach and earth tones on the outsole.
“I chose a flower as a soft representation of how I currently see the women's BMX scene— it's in full bloom and not slowing down,”Angie said. “The Sk8-Hi BMX is one of my favorites to ride in. The extra ankle support at the top makes a world of difference for riding.”
Angie and Vans are also excited to present her first-ever apparel collection with the brand, including a lightweight short sleeve boxy tee and boxy hoodie incorporating a similar color palette and hints of floral that take cues from her favorite season to ride: Spring. Both pieces are finished with Vans’ Checkerboard detailing, and Angie’s signature on the hoodie’s sleeve.