Race Recap: 2015 Super Nationals
When you're good, for long enough, karma has a way of covering your backside, even when science says "it ain't happenin." The good folks at Metroplex BMX have had soggy, snowy, windy, drippy, hail-ey and chilly nationals for the past several years. Each time, they got through ... Read More →
All Photo Galleries: 2015 Super Nationals
After a perfect-weather weekend of racing in Desoto, Texas, BMX News is Google-Mapping our way back to Chicago today, capping-off a 12-day road trip that also included the Carolina Nationals in Rock Hill. We used the extra time between the end of the race and lights ... Read More →
Daudet and Dani Top Day One Desoto Pro Show
After a quick-turn from Rock Hill, home for laundry and a couple days of get-ready, 41 Elites made the trip to Desoto for the 2015 USA BMX Super Nationals. Both Elite Men and Elite Women are thinner than they might otherwise be, since many US riders stayed ... Read More →
The Skill to Chill After a Concussion Discussion
By Heather Parker "I’m FINE, Mom." William rolled his eyes at me as I dragged him off to the medical tent during practice in Rock Hill last Saturday. He cased the jump into the second turn, leaving his weenus* on the asphalt. The wound was too big for me ... Read More →
Carolina Nationals Re-Cap – Part 2
In part two of our recap of the 2015 USA BMX Carolina Nationals, we take a look at some of the action in the am classes, as well as revisit a few highlights from the big hill. We're also debuting a new section of our race coverage ... Read More →
Recap: 2015 Carolina Nationals – Part I
Story and Photos by Mike Carruth As one of the most anticipated regular-season races of the past 12 months, BMXers from across North America, and beyond, rolled in to Rock Hill, South Carolina for the late-March Carolina Nationals. One of the reasons for the high level of anticipation was the ... Read More →
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BMX Racing is heading outdoors across North America next month, and thoughts are turning to getting the team pit set up with the most factory freshness possible. That Costco canopy you used last year did the job, but had no represent to it, whatsoever. Then it got twisted into a modern art sculpture 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 →
As BMXers from across North America, and beyond, are heading to Rock Hill, South Carolina for this weekend's USA BMX Carolina Nationals, we are honored to be joined on the Announcers Tower Podcast by ... 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 →
BMX News readers love Brooke! This six-minute interview by contributor Tanner Yeager answers some of the questions you sent in, and some we added on our own.
It’s hard not to smile along with her, as she cheerfully give us some awesome off-the-cuff answers, in her characteristically down-to-Earth style.
The French indoor series rolled out the blue carpet in the City of Tours (about 150 miles South of Paris) this weekend. The event was back in town for the first time in nine years.
Here are the Elite Men and Elite Women’s main events.
Romain Mahieu (Chase BMX) had a great run from the outside, and even though it looked like...
It seems like France is leading the world in the spectacle of BMX Racing. Every year, we see the race in Saint Etienne gaining popularity. More and more American riders are heading over to France to experience their wildly-popular indoor races each year. After watching this video, we are wondering if the Caen indoor race could be...
Tanner Yeager covered the 2014 Winter Nationals for us, bringing back a sweet set of stills from the weekend. This year, Mike Carruth was on photo duty, and Tanner was in the pits and on the infield getting a ton of footage for a BMX News Original Edit.
He came back with far-more footage than could be used in a sub-10-minute...
On June 18, 2014, BMX News reported that the Isanti, Minnesota City Council approved a proposal from the Rum River BMX Association to build a fully-enclosed structure over the existing Rum River outdoor track.
Three months later, the project started in earnest, as the existing fence around the track was removed (donated to another...
As BMXers from across North America, and beyond, are heading to Rock Hill, South Carolina for this weekend’s USA BMX Carolina Nationals, we are honored to be joined on the Announcers Tower Podcast by Mayor Doug Echols of the City of Rock Hill.
Mayor Echols takes this opportunity to welcome BMXers to the city, and shares with...
Amanda Carr has been at maximum star power in Thailand since she won the Gold at last year’s Asian Games. BMX News reported on the top finishes in our October 5, 2014 Promax Top Story. Since then, Amanda has been honored with a US$92,000 bonus by the Thai Cycling Association,and countless accolades from the Thai fans.
McDonald’s is the largest buyer of chicken and eggs in the United States. This week, the Oakbrook, IL-based fast food giant announced they would phase out the use of antibiotics important to Human health (“Human-class” antibiotics) in their chicken offerings. The phase-out will take place over a two-year timeframe....