Haro/US Development Team Edit & Update

February 22, 2018 by  

Haro/US Devo Team Edit

Following up on the article we ran on Feb 7, heralding the 2018 launch of the Haro/US Development team, Dale Holmes and Jamie Staff are out today with a short-and-sweet video edit.

The Justin Kosman-produced edit formally introduces us to the squad, and shows some of the training and on-track style the riders laid down in their week at the Chula Vista Elite Athlete Training Center earlier this month.

The edit shows six of the seven team riders, with Bryce Batten mentioned, but not shown.

This, because Bryce suffered a major crash at the training center on Feb 8, which landed him in a San Diego-area hospital for a few days with a laundry list of injuries.

Bryce Batten 2018
Within a week, Bryce was looking, at least externally, like his usual self (above).

We wanted a bit more than social media surface details, but didn’t want to bug the man himself. A big thanks to friend-of-News Momma Batten for the following report:

Bryce is doing exceptionally well! He’s back to school with some accommodations and catching up on his work. His kidney laceration is healing up well and he does not need anymore follow up with the specialist.

He saw the neurologist Monday and had some cognitive testing. He has some deficits, which were expected, and at this point can do some moderate aerobic activity.

Balance therapy starts Monday, where he will be retested and see what the next steps are. We have been reassured that he will completely heal from this head injury with no adverse affects from the brain contusion.

Our BMX family has been so amazing and supportive and we appreciate all of the well wishes and prayers from each one of them.
We look forward to seeing everyone when he’s “100 percent” (pun intended).

We are SO glad to hear these positive details. Stick with BMX News for details on Bryce’s return to the track.

Kamren Larsen Interviewed by Rail The Berm
Another important development after the edit was filmed is the incredible performance by Kamren Larsen in his first Pro outing at the 2018 USA BMX Winter Nationals in Phoenix. Kam scored aces-across in the Friday and Saturday A-Pro main events, and again on Sunday in Pro Open. Way to go, Kamren! (above: Kamren pauses for an in-the-pits interview with Brad DeBusk of “Rail the Berm”).


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Haro/US Devo Team Edit