Official: Alise Post Will Ride a GW
In a week otherwise laced with the standard fare of Facebook BMXer bellyaching, geopolitical pablum and working for the weekend, Alise Post brought some sunshine to social. The BMX community was watching, as Alise released a tasty teaser on Tuesday, depicting a shadowed BMX bike, under the headline ... Read More →
Greg Hill Announces GHP is Shutting Down
BMX frame manufacturers are having a tough time nosing their way to the front of consumers’ minds lately. The massive influx of dozens of garage brands into the fairly-small BMX Racing marketplace over the past couple years leaves smaller slices of an already-small pie for which BMX ... Read More →
Does Weight Training Make You Slower?
Ahhhh the weight room. A place where you will find some of the most interesting people, using some of the most interesting training methods. When you're younger and first start going to the gym, teenagers will do some kind of bodybuilding workout that their friends show them. You ... Read More →
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There's still time to make plans for a trip to St. Augustine late next week for the ninth-annual "Florida BMX Spring Fling." This annual gathering of old school friends and legends has emerged, in recent years, as the one "must attend" event for fans of all things oldschool. The HQ hotel is sold out, but there is still space at ... Read More →
It was a great weekend of Pro and Amateur racing in Southern California last weekend, as the USA BMX Fall Nationals called top talent from all corners of the country--even with the Sunshine State Nationals luring lots down to Okeeheelee. We had great ... Read More →
Since the Grands, we have been watching for signals from the GT tent as to what their on track forces would look like for 2017. To this point, there have been some indirect indications that the team would live-on, even amid rumors to the contrary. Well, we’re ... Read More →
One of the things that makes the modern media and our Internet-everything culture so compelling, notwithstanding the latest "Balloon Boy" story, is that it brings all of us, as fans, closer to those we admire—including our favorite BMX Racers. USA Cycling has given a tip ... Read More →
By Jonathan Reeves, Photos: Mike Carruth/bmxnews.com THE ABA DIXIELAND NATIONALS— what comes to mind when you hear that? RAIN, rain, and more rain. But, for the first time in about 8 years, we had absolutely perfect weather, sun shining and highs in the 70's, we couldn't have asked for anything more. ... Read More →
It was definitely an interesting weekend in Phoenix for the 2017 USA BMX Winter Nationals. Friday’s race was breezy, but run in-the-dry. Saturday, not so much, as an epic rain event caused the whole thing to get mushy, runny and decidedly-not-sunny.
And, by now, you know
We have been following the progress of Jason Carnes and Berm Academy since the very-first nuggets of the idea were made public, right around Grands 2016. In Tulsa JC gave us a personal walk-through of the rig, which has since undergone more upgrades and creature comfort additions
USA Cycling took the Olympic year of 2016 off from Junior Development programming. Thanks to a new partnership with Dale Holmes, 2017 will see an expansion beyond the “camp” programming with which we are all familiar, and USAC will field a team of four hand-picked BMXers
The talk has been thick over the past 14 days or so about the USA BMX announcement relating to the pro pay scale for 2017. For all the hundreds (maybe thousands) of social media comments on the topic, plus a BMX News article relating to the subject, we have not heard the official USA BMX side of things.
On this episode of the...
Over the past few weeks, we have been following the social media posts of Yess BMX Factory stars, Nick Fox and James Palmer on their trip to China to train up some of their long-term Olympic hopefuls.
It was our friends’ first trip to China, and they were ready to soak up every bit of the culture and hospitality for which the...
Back on August 9, BMX News brought you a “World Exclusive” look at the Chase BMX ACT Carbon Frame, with eyes toward “Spring 2017″ for the pre-order window to open. Well, Spring is in the air, and the pre-order window is open for the Chase ACT 1.0 Carbon.
As outstanding ambassadors for their respective brands, Tory Nyhaug and Lauren Reynolds have, this week, signed on for four more years with John Sawyer’s Advantage Bicycle Corporation (ABC). Both will stick with the ABC brands they have been running (Answer for Tory and Ssquared for Lauren). An official release on the news...
I just saw your article about the Gold Cup finals and noticed that those races count for QUADRUPLE district points. Earlier this morning, I saw a Facebook post shared from Tyler Brown talking about how all these big races were killing the local scene. Suddenly, it made sense, what he was talking about.
Why does USA BMX give...