Photos: Day One – 2016 Bluegrass Nationals
BMX Racing returns to the Derby City with the 2016 USA BMX Bluegrass Nationals. Riding shotgun to the main program this weekend is the USA Cycling Collegiate BMX National Championship. Saturday's race was bigger than expected, with 249 motos on the sheets, including 15 Collegiate Women ... Read More →
Dave Mirra 1974-2016
Very-few names in BMX cross the barrier between the BMX community, and the general public. Dave Mirra was one of those names. His incredible bike skills, and approachable nature that kids, parents and anyone who happened along could feel comfortable talking to about BMX, cars or life ... Read More →
Factory Yess Picking Up on Both Coasts
With the 2016 racing season about to jump-off in a major way, Factory Yess is setting off the big bombs, with pickups on both coasts. News reported some of the team additions as part of our 2016 Team Changes story, but the story rolls on into late-january ... Read More →
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Story by Bryce Betts & Photos by Trackside BMX photos NZ Although the casual BMX fan may not think much about the Continental Championships, in the realm of Elite UCI BMX Racing, the race is very important. All nations select their Olympic teams differently, but most do look at the overall UCI ranking when it is time to select the riders. A win at a Continental Championship is worth 120 points, which ... 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 →
Back on November 25, we posted a last-minutes-before-Grands story about the Box Components Factory team switching from DK frames to Indonesian-made Thrill BMX frames for the 2016 season. We caught a few glimpses of the new ... 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 →
Story by Bryce Betts & Photos by Trackside BMX photos NZ
Although the casual BMX fan may not think much about the Continental Championships, in the realm of Elite UCI BMX Racing, the race is very important. All nations select their Olympic teams differently, but most do look at the overall UCI ranking when it is time to select...
I first met Rick Moliterno in 1985. I started a small freestyle sanction (with a grand name)–the World Freestyle Organization, or WFO– which promoted some of the first contests in the Midwest.
Rick gave us a place to hold one of our first contests in the parking lot of Bike & Hike
Marc Willers last race as an Elite Pro has came and gone, and his helmet is now replaced with a custom car hat. BMX Live TV created the ultimate highlight reel of the Kiwi’s best races. Marc’s best year was definitely 2011, which featured a world championships medal, World Cup win, USABMX title, and an Olympic Test event...
Niek Kimmann has quickly made himself one of the top names in BMX, at only 19 years old. After winning the 2014 Junior World title in his home country, the Dutch flyer backed up his title with a 2015 Elite World Championship. Since the Worlds, the young rookie has been nothing but consistent, finding himself on the podium at nearly...
We hope you enjoyed our recap of the 2015 USA BMX Gator Nationals in Oldsmar, FL. USA BMX has posted the full webcasts of all three days in Oldsmar, and we are happy to bring them to you here, for your viewing pleasure. G-MO and his crew put some serious time into getting all the angles of the race action, from the first gate...
On January 18, BMX News honored a man who came-up tough, stayed that way, and later put all he had into his son’s BMX career, ultimately revolutionizing certain aspects of how BMX product is designed and built. That man was Don Crupi, and the company he founded was Crupi Parts.
Last weekend, friends and family gathered...
By Bryce Betts
The season opener has come and gone, and the 2016 racing season is slowly kicking into gear. Despite a lot of local tracks around the nation being closed due to weather, the early schedule is happening in a big way, hosted at indoor facilities, and more weather-fortunate locations.
This being an Olympic year, the...
If you’re watching the full expert classes at any national, chances are, you’ll see some double-f-Fast privateers out there–riders who are good enough to sign on to a factory team, but choose to keep doing it privateer-style.
If you were watching in 2015, you’d have seen 46-50 Cruiser and 46-Over Expert...