Photos: Sooner Nationals Day One
BMXers are back in Tulsa this weekend for the 2015 USA BMX Sooner Nationals. It feels like the final clean-up at Expo Square just finished up last week. But we are getting all the great around-town shortcuts down solid for when we come back later this year. The ... Read More →
2015 USA Cycling BMX Devo Camp Info
As BMX News Reported as part of our Silver Dollar Nationals coverage, the "Devo" class at USA BMX Nationals has officially gone bye-bye for 2015. Participation in the class was spotty sometimes, and it started to make more and more sense to have the method for qualifying ... Read More →
2015 USA BMX State Championship Locations
It's a 51 pickup for BMX News readers today, as USA BMX was kind enough to send over the list of all 51 state championship events in the USA BMX system (BMX Canada too!). Why 51 instead of 50? Well, one reason is that California is ... Read More →
Coletrain Rolls to Dan’s Comp
With the new season just getting started, there is plenty of team news still yet-to-be-disclosed. A big piece of the 2015 team puzzle was filled-in today, as Dan's Comp announced that Spencer Cole, rock-star-caliber 13x, and one of the best brand ambassadors without a drivers license has ... Read More →
USA BMX Tops the US Olympic Day Podium
Olympic Day is celebrated internationally on June 23 each year, commemorating the founding of the International Olympic Committee on June 23, 1894, in Paris. 120 years later, the Olympic movement is strong in the hearts of all those participating in Olympic sports, as they fan-out for what is ... Read More →
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By Glen Knapper Following a short break after the Grands, the South Point Hotel Casino played host to the first USA BMX National of 2015 at the South Point Hotel Casino in Las Vegas. The team was ready to get the season underway, and had a big turnout of riders, along with some new faces Read More →
The 2015 season kicked off in the Silver State over the weekend--but not in the location we have all inked on our calendar for the past several years. This time, the Southern ... Read More →
A fitting guest for our Christmas podcast, Ryan McFarland from Strider bikes has played Santa throughout 2014. The "Strider Gives Back" program takes 1% of the growing company's GROSS revenue, and allocates it for charitable ... 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 →
The very definition of an “action gal,” Caroline Buchanan shows us, in this edit, that her adventurous spirit, and her passport page count, truly have no limit.
We see Caro in Cairo (actually it’s Luxor in Vegas), riding Rock Hill, skydiving, MTBing, zip lining (or was that bungie jumping?)–all in demo of...
A fitting guest for our Christmas podcast, Ryan McFarland from Strider bikes has played Santa throughout 2014. The “Strider Gives Back” program takes 1% of the growing company’s GROSS revenue, and allocates it for charitable purposes. One part of the program this year was to give seven bikes a day to special...
We have brought you a couple articles and videos on the Mega Cavern Bike Park soon to open in Louisville, KY. As opening day edges closer on the calendar, the course is getting run-in well by some of the BMX and MTB locals (and even some cyclocrossers).
BMX News buddy Tommy “2×4″ Board posted the latest and greatest...
Red Bull France is out this week with an 8-minute-and-change show featuring Chase BMX / Red Bull star Joris Daudet. Inside, we hear about his 2012 wreck at the London Olympics test event, and how he pushed the reset button on his career by healing up, then moving to Southern California to be where the BMX action is, and train full...
All-around Ecuadorian good guy, Alfredo Campo, is out with a “livin the dream” edit, shot at the Lake Perris track in Sunny Cal. In the three-and-a-half minute vid, we see some riding, and also get some face time with #593 where he talks about his goals for the future (Rio 2016, chief among them), and also a quick...
It’s that time again…time for the annual release of the USA BMX / BMX Canada rulebook. This is always a hotly-anticipated event for all BMXers in the USA BMX/BMX Canada universe, because it’s the moment we learn how BMX Racing will be done in North America in the new year.
New rules make their way from your emails...
At this week’s USA BMX season opener in Las Vegas, the “A” Practice schedule will look a little different. A new age group practice slot has been added to the line-up: “36-over men,” with the earlier-slot going to the 19-35 men. This change is only for races using the “A” practice schedule;...
Over the course of 2014, we posted hundreds of stories on topics that aimed to bring you closer to the sport we all love so much. Whether it was the “Announcers Tower” Podcast, the Dan’s Comp Race Coverage, team news, original features, or just the day-to-day tick-tock of following the ever-evolving sport of...