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Tech Tips: Grip Installation Pt 1 Tech Tips: Grip Installation Pt 1
In this first of a three-part tutorial, the Box Tech Tips series gets into changing your grips. The lesson comes complete with which Allen wrenches to use for the initial approach, and techniques for getting those bars bare again. It should go without saying that running the grippiest of grips    Read More →
Posted On: May 21, 2018
2018 Bob Warnicke Scholarships Awarded 2018 Bob Warnicke Scholarships Awarded
The USA BMX Foundation announced the 2018 recipients of the Bob Warnicke Scholarship Program. A total of 70 scholarship awards ranging from $500 to $3000 were granted. Thirty-three college or trade school-bound students were first-time recipients of the award. Fourteen were second-year recipients, 16 ...   Read More →
Posted On: May 11, 2018
Podcast: Factory Redline 2018 Podcast: Factory Redline 2018
The last time we saw someone rockin a Factory Redline jersey was at the 2016 Grands, most notably, on Alise Post hoisting the cup on the Saturday night, as 2016 the #1 Pro Woman. Redline paused the Factory Team program in 2017, as a corporate shake-up changed the game.    Read More →
Posted On: May 10, 2018
Box “Tech Tips” Series Starts Today Box “Tech Tips” Series Starts Today
Box Components and Box Rider Tyler Brown are out today with the first in a series of short "tech tips" videos to help the less mecnanically-savvy among us to spin the wrenches better. The videos in this series are perfect for parents who want to learn a little more about how    Read More →
Posted On: May 7, 2018
Derby City Nats Get First 2020 Points Derby City Nats Get First 2020 Points
USA BMX announced late last week that the pro schedule at the Derby City Nationals over Labor Day weekend will be changed from Friday/Saturday to Saturday/Sunday. Derby City is a three-day national that runs August 31, September 1 and September 2. As News ...   Read More →
Posted On: May 1, 2018
2020 Olympic Qualifying Coming Into View 2020 Olympic Qualifying Coming Into View
By Carl Lein The four-year Olympic cycle always seems to sneak up on us. It seems like yesterday when Connor Fields brought home the USA's first BMX gold medal and here we are again looking at the qualification process for Tokyo 2020. On March ...   Read More →
Posted On: April 18, 2018
30-Day Suspension for Indiana “Ghostrider” 30-Day Suspension for Indiana “Ghostrider”
Steel Wheels BMX in Northwest Indiana held a State Qualifier on April 7. People from all over the Hoosier State, and surrounding states, turned out for an exciting evening of indoor BMX. That, in and of itself, is not necessarily newsworthy, though it is great to see so many people getting in    Read More →
Posted On: April 17, 2018
Podcast: Toby Henderson on Fake BMX Parts Podcast: Toby Henderson on Fake BMX Parts
As it becomes more common to order goods directly from the Chinese factories that produce them, it is no surprise that we are starting to see more and more BMX-style products appear in the factory-direct online marketplaces. Notice how we said "BMX-style." And while some make a case ...   Read More →
Posted On: April 10, 2018
Racing Returns to Woodward Racing Returns to Woodward
Camp Woodward in Pennsylvania has deep roots in the sport of BMX—both in freestyle and racing. Racing has been off the menu for a while, but a new partnership between the megawatt action sports camp and USA BMX will bring BMX Racing back to ...   Read More →
Posted On: April 3, 2018
WOW! Sam Back on Two Wheels WOW! Sam Back on Two Wheels
BMX News has been following the incredible progress Sam Willoughby has been making in his recovery over the past 17 months. "A goal set, a goal achieved" is how we put it in a Facebook post after Sam walked down the aisle on New Years Eve to stand, eye-to-eye with his bride, Alise.    Read More →
Posted On: March 30, 2018

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