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Spark BMX Launches Training Group Spark BMX Launches Training Group
Local teams are due for an innovative shakeup. There are some good ones out there, in the new style, that provide services other than discounts and/or free product. This can mean training, coaching, dedicated practices at a local track, and other such innovative methods.    Read More →
Posted On: January 14, 2019
Dan Hannebrink, BMX and MTB Inventor Dead at 79 Dan Hannebrink, BMX and MTB Inventor Dead at 79
Dan Hannebrink, who was heavily involved in the BMX-offshoot, Gravity-Powered Vehicle racing scene in the late 80s, among bringing-forth many other cycling innovations, died this week at his home in Big Bear Lake, CA. He was 79 years of age. Dan worked with Hutch Bicycles in 1988    Read More →
Posted On: January 3, 2019
Factory Supercross adds Kamren Larsen Factory Supercross adds Kamren Larsen
Our first Story of 2019 leads off as a companion to similar big news from 2018, namely high-wattage pro additions to the Factory Supercross Team. This time, it's the addition of 2018 Golden Crank Rookie Pro of the Year, Kamren Larsen. There's no doubt that ...   Read More →
Posted On: January 3, 2019
Felicia Stancil Joins Factory Supercross Felicia Stancil Joins Factory Supercross
It's always great when we see two friends join forces to do some good in the world of BMX Racing. Today's team news scoop involves two-such friends of News. Felicia Stancil, who we have followed with our camera and covered with our ...   Read More →
Posted On: December 28, 2018
Podcast: John David on 2019 USA BMX Rule Changes Podcast: John David on 2019 USA BMX Rule Changes
Just prior to the Christmas holiday, USA BMX released the 2019 rulebook and schedule of national entry fees. The specific meanings of the changes on-tap for the new year drew a ton of online discussion, with some hair-on-fire doomsayers foretelling ...   Read More →
Posted On: December 26, 2018
Letter: Why Didn’t You Edit Costa? Letter: Why Didn’t You Edit Costa?
  Great podcast with George Costa. But why didn't you cut the part when he said that pulling advertising on your site didn't make any change? I would have cut that part out, and I'm curious why you didn't?" —JB, Midwest Thanks for your message, ...   Read More →
Posted On: December 19, 2018
Podcast: George Costa on His Team Retirement Podcast: George Costa on His Team Retirement
It has been a long road of ups & downs, with some big successes along the way for George Costa, owner and team manager of Factory Answer/Rennen for the past seven seasons. Before that, he was title sponsor for Rennen-Intense, and got a feel for how the Factory Team scene works.    Read More →
Posted On: December 18, 2018
UK Mail Order House “Source BMX” Coming to US UK Mail Order House “Source BMX” Coming to US
This is hot off the wire, as News learns today that UK-based ecommerce powerhouse, Source BMX, is expanding their operation to the US in the new year. The story broke late Monday, as local news outlets in Louisville, KY picked it up from a business-publication in town.    Read More →
Posted On: December 11, 2018
2019 Interbike Trade Show Canceled 2019 Interbike Trade Show Canceled
Emerald Expositions, parent company of the Interbike trade show announced late Thursday that they have canceled their 2019 show, set for September 15-19 in Reno, Nevada. The announcement comes following a move from its long-time home in Las Vegas (BMX News, August 4, 2017) to ...   Read More →
Posted On: December 6, 2018
Dutch National Coach Bas de Bever to Retire Dutch National Coach Bas de Bever to Retire
The Dutch National BMX program is one of the most successful and storied programs of Olympic BMX Racing. Part of that is owing to incredible athletes, and a big part of it is due to extraordinary support by the The Royal Dutch Cycling Union (KNWU), ...   Read More →
Posted On: December 5, 2018

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