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Box Hex Lab Tires Box Hex Lab Tires
Hex Lab is Box Components new designation for the ultra-special and wicked-cool segment of their product line. Some products will be limited edition, and some will be a cut above the already-awesome Box product line. The Hex ...   Read More →
Posted On: September 30, 2016
US Congress  Acts on “Victory Tax” US Congress Acts on “Victory Tax”
Most regular people don’t know that Olympic Medalists receive a cash bonus from the US Olympic Committee for winning their medals. It is $25,000 for Gold, $15,000 for Silver and $10,000 for Bronze. Most Olympians may not know, going in, that if they win a medal    Read More →
Posted On: September 29, 2016
USA BMX Releases 2017 Schedule Teaser USA BMX Releases 2017 Schedule Teaser
We have been watching our inbox longingly for the 2017 USA BMX National Schedule. It’s still early, of course, but we are all eager to know where we're going to be on the holidays we’re not going to be ...   Read More →
Posted On: September 29, 2016
Toad’s Cove Indoor in Wisconsin to Close Toad’s Cove Indoor in Wisconsin to Close
Earlier this month, BMX News reported that Ray’s MTB Milwaukee, an indoor bike park in Wisconsin’s largest city, would not re-open for the 2016 season after failing to come to terms with its landlord. Today, the owner of Toad’s Cove Arena BMX, an indoor BMX Racing facility in La Crosse    Read More →
Posted On: September 27, 2016
Long Beach Selected for LA 2024 Olympic BMX Venue Long Beach Selected for LA 2024 Olympic BMX Venue
Long Beach, CA is arguably the ancestral home of the sport of BMX. Scot Breithaupt was from there, and some of the earliest BMX tracks were in the immediate vacinity. If the LA 2024 Olympic Bid Organizing Committee has its way, BMX will return to Long Beach    Read More →
Posted On: September 26, 2016
2016 Interbike Recap 2016 Interbike Recap
photos and story by Bryce Betts As the BMX Race season is blowing by, the national schedule is getting shorter, many are left starting to plan for the next season. One thing that is certain however, is that all the manufactures, suppliers, ...   Read More →
Posted On: September 26, 2016
Major Sam Willoughby Update Major Sam Willoughby Update
**NEW Details Friday - Update below** Ever since Sam Willoughby had his accident at Chula Vista BMX on September 10, the BMX community around the world has been on pins and needles, waiting for any new on his condition, and his prognosis for the future. In ...   Read More →
Posted On: September 22, 2016
Documentary: Christophe Leveque, The Flying Frenchman Documentary: Christophe Leveque, The Flying Frenchman
Christophe Leveque is one of the winningest and most-decorated riders in the history of our sport. After his storied racing career (including what was reportedly the richest pro deal for a BMXer, ever, with Specialized), Christophe successfully-transitioned    Read More →
Posted On: September 20, 2016
“BMX Beginner League” Format a Success in Napa “BMX Beginner League” Format a Success in Napa
Donny Robinson and the volunteers at North Bay BMX are moving into week three of a five-week trial on a new format that may-just revolutionize local BMX Racing for new families coming into the sport. North Bay, in Napa, CA ...   Read More →
Posted On: September 20, 2016
Remembering Michael “Spanky” Gravenmier Remembering Michael “Spanky” Gravenmier
By Brian Fell On September 12, the BMX world lost another unique individual. Michael “Spanky” Gravenmier passed away in his sleep in his Debray, Florida home. He was 33 years of age. Spanky was as energetic as he was charismatic. ...   Read More →
Posted On: September 18, 2016
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