Top
Tech Tips:  Crank-Down Some New Cranks Tech Tips: Crank-Down Some New Cranks
There's almost nothing worse than an old, creaky, stiff-as-a-wet-noodle pair of cranks. However-much power you put down to the pedals, an out of date pair of crank arms and a slightly-twisted spindle will surely bleed your need for speed. This week in the Box ...   Read More →
Posted On: June 28, 2018
Late-Season “TBA” National Announced Late-Season “TBA” National Announced
Ever since the 2018 schedule was released last October, we have had our eye out for info on the "To Be Announced" national on October 19-21. It's the last chance national leading in to the Grands, which will surely make it a popular ...   Read More →
Posted On: June 24, 2018
USA BMX Signs 30-Year Tulsa Deal USA BMX Signs 30-Year Tulsa Deal
After four-years-and-change of presenting, concepting, negotiating and hurry-up-and-waiting, USA BMX has seen its patience pay off, with a final agreement signed for the relocation of their headquarters, and other facilities to a site northwest of downtown Tulsa. The complex    Read More →
Posted On: June 19, 2018
Tech Tips: Don’t Break Your Brakes Tech Tips: Don’t Break Your Brakes
Yes, it's true that you won't win races by slowing down, but you also don't avoid that dude's back wheel when setting up the high low, without a little dive-conscious tap on the lever for pinpoint clearance. Then, it's all sunlight upfront, straight on ...   Read More →
Posted On: June 19, 2018
Stickers: A Love Affair Stickers: A Love Affair
One of the best things about going to the big races as a young BMXer was coming home with a haul of stickers from "Factory Row" (admittedly, before it was called that). Hunting stickers at nationals was the way we killed time between motos, and ...   Read More →
Posted On: June 14, 2018
Box Tech Tips: Changing a Rear Cog Box Tech Tips: Changing a Rear Cog
Changing your gear at the races is always a harrowing task. The pressure is on to get to practice, or before your next moto is called to staging. So, it really helps to know exactly what you'll be facing when you pull ...   Read More →
Posted On: June 12, 2018
2018 UCI BMX Worlds: The Big Finish 2018 UCI BMX Worlds: The Big Finish
The 2018 UCI BMX World Championships came to an epic close Saturday, with a full day of Championship (aka Junior and Elite) Class racing. While the schedule called for the qualifying motos to take place on Friday, Mother Nature had other plans, as winds ...   Read More →
Posted On: June 10, 2018
Streaming: UCI Worlds 14-Over 20″ Classes Streaming: UCI Worlds 14-Over 20″ Classes
Day three of racing at the 2018 UCI BMX World Championships will kick-off in Baku, Azerbaijan at 1:30AM US Eastern Time on Thursday. On the sheets for today will be 14-Over 20" classes, including Masters (which is kinda-like US Vet Pro, ...   Read More →
Posted On: June 6, 2018
Streaming: UCI Worlds 12-Under 20″ Classes Streaming: UCI Worlds 12-Under 20″ Classes
Day two of the UCI BMX World Championships is in motion in Baku, Azerbaijan. Tuesday saw solid cruiser action, with the sole USA W1 plate going to Mckenzie Gayheart in 16-Under G cruiser. Wednesday, it's time for the 12-Under 20-inch classes. Team USA has a ton of horsepower ready to gate-up    Read More →
Posted On: June 5, 2018
Southwest Gives Sam and Alise the LUV Southwest Gives Sam and Alise the LUV
A ton of BMXers fly Southwest Airlines, multiple times each year, to one race or another. Southwest Magazine, their in-flight publication, is a great way to keep yourself occupied and entertained. That will be especially-so during the month of June, when you'll sit down in a comfy seat    Read More →
Posted On: June 5, 2018
Page 1 of 212»

Bottom