Edit: Chase/DHR “YMCA Summer Camp”
A lot of Internet ether is devoted to "growing the sport," and bringing new riders into the fold. And there are some great ideas shared, by some very passionate people who have a lifelong love for BMX Racing. We all want to see that wide-eyed excitement passed ... Read More →
Reader Letter: Top Tube vs. “Rider Area”
I am going to be buying my son a new frame for his birthday next month, and am trying to compare sizes between brands. Some list a "top tube" measurement, some list "rider area," and some list both. What's the difference between them and how does it affect ... Read More →
Recap: 2015 UCI BMX World Championships
Capping-off a week of frustration, and ones-that-got-away in the Challenge classes, the Elites of Team USA woke up Saturday morning with a burning desire to bring the stars & stripes to the top of the four classes running today. In Friday's Time Trial Superfinal Medal Round, USA took three ... Read More →
Is American BMX Racing Heading for “Checkmate?”
As the world was watching the live stream of the 2015 UCI BMX World Championships in Belgium this week, many Americans cheering-on Team USA riders later had some sharp criticism for US tracks after seeing our riders "eaten up," in the words of one Facebooker, on the mega-technical ... Read More →
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Early in 2015, the BMX industry lost one of it's long-standing distributors. Custom Cycle Supply, in South Florida, had been selling to BMX dealers around the world since 1991. Back on February 14, BMX News ran an article entitled "What's Up With MCS?," after rumors started spinning Read More →
With all eyes on the weather, and three weather-related apps installed, the BMX News team set out on the 81-mile drive to Rockford. All sources throughout the week had the weather ... Read More →
It's been a minute since we have seen Tory Nyhaug. The Canadian star suffered a badly broken foot at the USA BMX Grands last November and has since been through months of healing-up ... 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 →
A mere 24 hours after the Elite Women’s main event crossed the finish line in Zolder, Caroline is out with a short and sweet edit that talks about her 2015 UCI BMX Worlds experience, and getting through the soggy, runny race day.
We all know Caro as a pro when it comes to promoting
From the English Goddess of moving pictures, Corinne Walder, comes a brief peek at the forthcoming documentary of Sam Willoughby and Alise Post, and their 2014 season. We’re pleased to present the minute-and-a-half trailer for the film “Every Pedal With You.”
We all know how it ended for both Sam and Alise at...
Holy Cow! Yes, it’s not BMX Racing-related, but it is BMX in nature. Check out this two-minute look into how history is turned on it’s head by pushing the limits.
Kiwi, Jed Mildon, and American James Foster went head to head this weekend to pull the first quadruple backflip on a BMX bike!
On the heels of a stellar performance in Rockford last weekend, Answer/Rennen star, Derik Bergh is the subject of a tasty edit by Minnesota moving pictures mover, Brandon Brown.
You may remember Brandon’s work from a vid we put up last month on his buddy, Eddie Olson.
With the test event for the 2015 Pan Am Games coming up this weekend, we are watching anxiously to see how the Centennial Park Pan Am BMX Centre facility performs, and how the riders perform on the track. The purpose of a test event is to provide a “dress-rehearsal” on the physical facility,
The 2015 UCI BMX World Championships start today in Zolder, Belgium. The five-day race started this morning, Belgium time (US Eastern Time, plus 6), with the 5-14 Year Old Boys & Girls “Challenge” classes. Today, we will know who the first W1 title earners are of the 2015 Worlds.
Below, is the full-schedule of...
By Heather Parker
One month ago, today, William crashed in Rockford, coming out of the last turn in the 13-14 open semi, following a rain delay on Saturday. He suffered compound fractures to his right collarbone and left femur, and a fracture to his shoulder. He spent six hours in two separate surgeries the next day. His femur...
After months of nominations, selections, campaigning and voting, the 2015 National BMX Hall Of Fame inductees have been announced. The official induction ceremony will take place on Saturday, October 10, as part of the USA BMX SX race and DK Gold Cup West finals. It is always a great evening of BMX legends, past, present and...