Podcast: Jim Moore on “Project Jayhawk”
If you were around BMX in the 1990s, you might remember the Hawk BMX frames of the time. They were the frame of chocie for Brian Lopes and Moses Tillmon, and won a lot of races. One of the partners in Hawk was Jim Moore, who stepped ... Read More →
Bryce Betts Reporting From Medellin – #2
Episode two of #NewsTeam member, Bryce Betts' vlog gives us an up-close-and-personal look into the around-town Medellin experience. Ask anyone who has been to a UCI World Championships in the past, and they will tell-you-true that the off-track experience is just as rich as the practice and ... Read More →
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While most of the world's BMXers will have their attention pointed to the Worlds in Medellin, Colombia anticipating news on who is coming back with a "W" plate, BMXers in the US will have plenty to do to keep them occupied this weekend. Easterners will be heading to Nashville Read More →
It was an incredible weekend of fun, sun and sizzlin race action in Oldsmar, FL for the annual USA BMX Gator Nationals. The 2015 installment took on a bigger, bolder footprint than ... Read More →
Last week, in the wake of the announcement that Derby City BMX would be closing down for most of the Summer 2016 season to upgrade the track to a dual-hill, Supercross/Amateur configuration, Greg Hill posted a message on his personal Facebook page which ended up hitting a ... 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 →
NewsTeam member, Bryce Betts found time (and a strong enough wifi connection) to file the first of his Vlog (Video Blog) episodes from the 2016 UCI BMX World Championships in Medellin, Colombia.
The saying goes “getting there is half the fun,” and Bryce had the good fortune of an open middle seat, and bike/bags making...
Last week, in the wake of the announcement that Derby City BMX would be closing down for most of the Summer 2016 season to upgrade the track to a dual-hill, Supercross/Amateur configuration, Greg Hill posted a message on his personal Facebook page which ended up hitting a nerve in the BMX community, with hundreds of shares, comments...
Earlier this month, we brought you coverage of the 2016 Rebel Run Super Pump event at Rebel Run camp in Montgomery, Texas. As promised, the follow up edit to the event is now complete, and has all the sweet, and not-so-sweet-smelling details of the day’s festivities
Riding bikes around the neighborhood is something kids don’t do much these days. Between the magnetic-draw of the glowing screen, Mom & Dad chauffeuring from one place to another, and safety concerns in certain areas, kids just aren’t riding bikes like they did 20 years ago.
Harley Davidson is out today
Those of us who commute to the office every day, whether on four wheels or two have all imagined cutting out of the gridlock, and into “shred mode,” rippin around corners, pinning the throttle, and catching some well-placed air, skidding into our reserved parking spot, and suavely strolling in, just as the first meeting...
I read your article last week on the UCI and USA BMX getting involved in Freestyle. Does this mean BMX News will be covering freestyle alongside racing now, like BMX Plus did in its day? I am not going to say which way I hope you’re leaning because I don’t want to change your answer.
— RJ, East Coast
Get me a Ouija Board, a Magic 8-Ball and some Tea Leaves; we are about to sit down and talk about qualifying for the US Olympic BMX Team.
Politicos of every stripe are contemplating the ifs on “electoral math” leading in to the nominating conventions this summer, then on to the General Election this November. Surely,...
There are a few website freshen-ups rolling out this month. First on the hit parade is Crupi BMX. The new site is a ground-up do-over that takes advantage of all the current technologies, including “responsive design” so it works equally-well with a desktop browser, on a tablet, or on a phone.
BMX News caught up with...