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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
Box Pro Contingency Brings Easier Pay in 2019 Box Pro Contingency Brings Easier Pay in 2019
We all know that there are many sources for pro BMXers to collect a paycheck. These sources are often not as fat as we would like, and not every rider goes after every stream. For example: some do not actively teach clinics, and others mostly rely on sponsor salary and prize money    Read More →
Posted On: November 29, 2018
Podcast:  Donny Robinson in Saudi Arabia Podcast: Donny Robinson in Saudi Arabia
Donny Robinson is just off the plane from a week-long trip to Saudi Arabia on behalf of the USA BMX Foundation. It was Bike Week at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), outside Jeddah. The planned ...   Read More →
Posted On: November 20, 2018
SE Bikes Parent Files Chap. 11 Bankruptcy SE Bikes Parent Files Chap. 11 Bankruptcy
Advanced Sports Enterprises (ASE) was formed two years ago, as a holding company for long-standing distributor, Advanced Sports, Inc. and the then-newly-acquired Performance Bicycle and Bike Nashbar retail operations. The company is owner to popular bike brands Fuji, Kestrel, and Breezer Bikes, as well ...   Read More →
Posted On: November 16, 2018
Recap: Red Bull Pump Track Worlds Recap: Red Bull Pump Track Worlds
By Brian Strieby In action sports Red Bull is known for putting on some very innovative events, so last year when details came out about a pump track world championships, with qualifying events all over the world, and a ...   Read More →
Posted On: October 15, 2018
Podcast: Tony D — USAC BMX Programs Manager Podcast: Tony D — USAC BMX Programs Manager
Big news this week out of Colorado Springs, Colorado, as USA Cycling added a big name to their already massively-competent crew. In the lead-up to the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, the federation has added Tony Degollado— "Tony D," to most of us in the ...   Read More →
Posted On: October 11, 2018
Bike Check: Drew Motley’s Yess MX-Y Cruiser Bike Check: Drew Motley’s Yess MX-Y Cruiser
The frame that would become the Yess MX-Y first appeared as a "concept" at the 2017 USA BMX Grands. It features an "abbreviated" chain stay which allows a belt or chain to be installed without breaking the chain stay (in the case of a belt), or the chain (in the case of a chain)--you just loop    Read More →
Posted On: October 7, 2018
Opinion: Should Clips Get Clipped in 2019? Opinion: Should Clips Get Clipped in 2019?
BMXers clipping-in is probably the most passionately-argued and controversial topic our sport has to offer. It has literally ended decades-long friendships, had strangers typing in ALL CAPS in discussion forums and has tossed more than one local track into a tizzy. "Clips," for those who ...   Read More →
Posted On: September 21, 2018
Eric Rupe to be Inducted to U.S. Bicycling HOF Eric Rupe to be Inducted to U.S. Bicycling HOF
The US Bicycling Hall of Fame, based in Davis, CA, has announced their class of 2018. Four highly-accomplished members of the cycling community will be inducted at a ceremony in Davis, on November 10. Among the inductees in 2018 is one of our own, Big Daddy, Eric Rupe    Read More →
Posted On: September 18, 2018
2018 Golden Crank Voting is OPEN 2018 Golden Crank Voting is OPEN
One of the most exciting features of Grands weekend is the announcement, one by one, of that year's USA BMX Golden Crank awards. It is both one of our sport's longest-running traditions, and among the highest honors BMX Racing has to ...   Read More →
Posted On: September 18, 2018

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