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BMX Racing News - Sunday - February 1, 2014
BUCHANAN NEXT GEN GIRLS BMX TEAM.....big plans ready for 2015




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BMX Racing News - Sunday - February 1, 2014

Crupi.....Racing BMX Since 1982!


BUCHANAN NEXT GEN GIRLS BMX TEAM.....big plans ready for 2015
1st February, 2015 - In a global first, Caroline Buchanan, the current world number one BMX rider created a young women’s team.

The Buchanan Next Gen team currently consists of three Australian BMX riders. Mikayla Rose (ACT) is the eldest at 14 has her sights set on the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

From western Sydney (NSW) is Paige Harding at just 11 years of age. Harding claimed fifth place at the 2014 UCI World Championships and aims to improve on that this year in Belgium in July.

The youngest and newest member to the team is 8 yr old Tayla Robertson from Shepparton (VIC). Robertson is a current national champion in her age group and is aiming for a podium at this year’s world championship.

The Next Gen team will all head to the upcoming UCI BMX World Championships in Belgium in July. Last year team members Rose and Harding each finished in the top 10.

The Buchanan Next Gen team initiative is mentored by two time BMX World Champion and current winner of the BMX World Cup series. Buchanan also has three Mountain Bike World titles. Buchanan is aiming to compete in the Rio de Janeiro Olympics in 2016.

New sponsors supporting the program, Jayco and On The Go have made it possible to expand the team and continue the initiative.





BMX Racing News - Thursday/Friday - January 29-30, 2014 - -

World Wide Elite Woman's, BMX Superstar, Amanda Carr has picked up a hot hook up with Redline Bicycles. With Redline and Amanda's lead sponsor, J&R Bicycles behind her, Amanda will be making a strong run at the 2016 Olympic BMX event for Team Thailand. Congrats, Amanda Carr, Redline and J&R.......What a team!




BMX Racing News - Monday/Tuesday - January 26-27, 2014

Charlotte BMX To Host USABMX National In Beautiful, Sunny Florida!
There's a big USABMX National coming up in a couple weeks at Charlotte BMX in Punta Gorda, Florida. Jerry Mania sez that Charlotte BMX is one of the prettiest BMX tracks that I've ever been at.

Charlotte BMX is Perfectly landscaped, has a unique track layout, resides in an area with regular BEAUTIFUL weather and has a well drilled group of track workers that ought to be bringin' a GREAT vibe to the USABMX Sunshine State Nationals!

Track Director, Amanda Carr will be workin' hard in conjunction with the USABMX National staff and it'll be a race you will NOT want to miss!

The Big Race will be coming up February 13-15, so go to  get all of the stats n facts and get started making you plans to attend one of the coolest races of the year!

For more info check things out at

This race is BMX Mania Approved! - Jerry Mania



BMX Racing News - weekend update - January 23-25, 2014

USA Cycling announces changes to 2015 BMX Devo Program, rider qualifications

(Jan. 21, 2015) – USA Cycling announced Wednesday various changes to the 2015 BMX Development (Devo) Program, including rider camp qualifications.

Devo - There will be no more “Junior Devo” races at USA BMX Nationals; instead, riders will now qualify through their regular 15 and 16-year-old expert and girls’ classes on Saturday and Sunday events only. Each of the four camps will have a qualifying window of USA BMX races. To see which races qualify for which camps go to

USA Cycling will invite the top three boys from each of the 15 expert and 16 expert classes (six total) and top two girls from the 15-16 girls class. Points will be calculated by USA BMX using the standard national points system listed in the 2015 rule book, including groups for rider count. A rider’s best four scores in the series count toward camp qualification. Once USA Cycling has received the official points from USA BMX, invites to the camp will be sent out as soon as possible. Invites are sent via email, so it is important that each rider maintains a current email address/account with USA Cycling.

New for 2015 is the opportunity for age eligible riders (1999-2000) to submit video and race resumes to to be selected for discretionary spots. All remaining Devo camp spots will be filled through talent identification by USA Cycling coaches.

Devo+ - Devo+ will continue to provide opportunities at camps for boys and girls that have either aged out of Devo or have shown exemplary performance markers at prior camps and are trending towards Evo caliber. Camp invites for Devo + will be at the sole discretion of USA Cycling coaches.

Evo - Also new for 2015 are designated spots at camps for Evolution (Evo) caliber riders. USA Cycling wants to provide as many opportunities as possible to help facilitate the transition from Devo+ athlete to Elite athlete, thus these spots are reserved for the top tier of our development talent.

The Evo spots at camps are designed to provide more time and coaching on SX tracks to keep developing riders engaged and working toward becoming a high performance Elite racer. This model also allows for Devo and Devo+ riders to train and race alongside Evo riders that have previously been through the same program and who can also serve as role models to the younger riders. Camp invites for Evo will be at the sole discretion of USA Cycling coaches.


2015 Camp Dates ..... April 26-May 3 ..... June 7-15 ..... August 16-23 ..... October 18-25

Detailed information can be found at For further information or questions please contact



BMX Racing News - Wednesday - January 21, 2014

Ramiro Marino Signs With Crupi Factory!

Baldwin Park, CA: Crupi is proud to announce the signing of Elite Pro Ramiro Marino of Argentina.

At just 26 years of age, Ramiro has a long winning history in BMX which he will now showcase in the USA where he now lives.

Ramiro represented his nation Argentina, as a 19-year-old junior, at the 2008 Summer Olympics, is a 4 time World Champion, 5 time Argentinean Champion, 2 time USA Champion, 2 time Oceania Champion, Elite Latin American Champion and Elite Pan American Champion.

After a 2-year hiatus, Ramiro is back and stronger than ever with his sights on making some noise here in the USA as he focuses toward the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio.

We look forward to Ramiro's influence on our younger team riders as well as seeing Crupi back on the podium in Elite level racing! Welcome to the team Ramiro!!











BMX Racing News - WEEKEND UPDATE - January 9-11, 2014

Rachel Mydock/Elite Women Kalvin Davis/A Pro

Supercross BMX is happy to announce the addition of 2 Pros to our 2015 roster. They are none other than our own former amateur riders and Supercross family members, Kalvin Davis and Rachel Mydock.

After their outstanding performances at the 2014 USA BMX Grand Nationals, they both have decided to take on a new challenge in their own racing careers and we are more than happy to support them!

Team manager Kim Hayashi stated, “I couldn’t be more excited and proud to watch two of my former teammates make the jump to pro. I’ve had the privilege to watch them grow as athletes over the past few years and both Rachel and Kalvin are excellent riders as well as being amazing role models. I have no doubt that they will be making big waves in the pro class so keep your eye out on these two! Congratulations to our newest Elite Women, Rachel Mydock and our new A-pro, Kalvin Davis!”

Supercross BMX, Owner, Bill Ryan was overly excited to hear the news about Rachel and had this to say, “Rachel has been on a tear in the 17/20 girls class this year, and after picking up the NAG 1 spot for 2014, I am glad she decided to take the opportunity to fill the Women's Elite spot we had been saving for her. It is going to be a great to watch her start the new chapter of her career.”

After making the announcement Rachel was asked about her jump to pro, "2015 is going to be a new chapter for me but I couldn't be more excited! Racing against some of the fastest girls in the world is going to be challenging but I can't wait to line up with them at the Winter Nationals in February. I couldn't be happier with the support I have around me and I believe I have all the tools necessary to battle with the best in the world!"

When asked about Kalvin’s decision to pro owner Bill Ryan said, “Kalvin has had a plan, we spoke about it years ago that when he graduated college, he would turn pro. Well with him graduating last May, we knew that after Grands he was going to be ready to go A Pro and fill the A Pro spot that Jeremy left open after turning up to Elite. Kalvin has been a part of the Supercross Family for many years starting out on the 505 Racing / Supercross Team and then jumping into the Factory Supercross colors. We are super excited to see the Mighty Duck take the A Pro class by storm!!!"

Kalvin was so excited about his move to pro he had this to say, “I just love BMX, I love riding my bike. I am turning pro this year in search of that next level of fun on my bike. After racing for years as a top amateur and recently as UCI World Cup challenge rider, stepping up to the pro circuit is the next step. I can't wait to get up there and get nervous behind the gate in Vegas! See you there. And make sure to follow my adventures this year on Instagram.”

Make sure to follow Rachel (@rachelmydock) and Kalvin (@kalvin_withak) on Instagram to track their progress in their first season on the USA BMX pro circuit.

For more information on the entire Supercross BMX Factory Team please visit our website HERE.

And we would like to thank our Supercross BMX Factory Team Co-sponsors; Fly Racing, Maxxis Tires, ODI Grips, Sun Ringle Rims, Wheelsmith Spokes, Speedline Parts, Stealth Hubs and Stasis Plates and Graphics for their ongoing support in making sure that our all of our family is kept running on the track with the best components and gear available.

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BMX Racing News - Wednesday - January 7, 2014

 Dutch National Team, California Training Camp video from Raymon van der Biezen!
Looks like the Dutch National Team has been hittin' up some warm climate this Winter in sunny California. Check out some of what the team of Raymon van der Biezen, Jelle van Gorkom, Twan van Gendt, Merle van Benthem, Niek Kimmann, Mark Link & Coach, Bas de Bever have been up to. Good vibes, good temps and some awesome BMX.












BMX Racing News - Weekend update - January 2-5, 2014


Tioga PRO:FILES ..... Mariana Pajon

from TiogaBMX on Vimeo.

SSA Florida Cup State Qualifier Sunday!
Pro Men Pro Women
1 Tanner Sebesta 2 Tyler Faoro 3 Justin Riddell 1 Amanda Geving 2 Ashley Kneram 3 Kyla Reed

Check out the SSA FLORIDA CUP RACE REPORT PAGE for hundreds of White Hot BMX Race Pix from Charlotte BMX, Punta Gorda, Florida!!!!!

SSA Florida Cup State Qualifier Saturday!

Pro Men Pro Women
1-Tanner SebEsta 2-Will Grant 3-Justin Riddel 1-AMANDA GEVING 2-ASHLEY KNERAM 3-DANIELLE LANQUETTE
Check out the SSA FLORIDA CUP RACE REPORT PAGE for hundreds of White Hot BMX Race Pix from Charlotte BMX, Punta Gorda, Florida!!!!!

BMX Mania Is "On The Road" This
Weekend To The Sunshine State For An
SSA Florida Cup State Qualifier!


Hidden away in "The Book of BMX Legends" is a State Series where the Winter weather is warm, there's a big pro turnout and the moto count rivals many regular season nationals.

I'll admit it, attending a 'Sunshine State Association' state race has been on my "Must Attend" list for a long time and 2015 is the time.....time to head to the USABMX Charlotte BMX Track in Port Charlotte, Florida.

Friday it's time for some practice and then a two race weekend starting Saturday morning. We've been promised by Track Operator, Amanda Carr (Team Thailand/Olympic Contender) that the racing action will be fast and furious as the best from Florida and many from the east coast will be in attendance, ready to rock n roll with some heavy duty 2015 BMX!

Check in Saturday for Red Hot BMX Race Action Photos and some great BMX racing from the SSA Florida Cup State Qualifier at the USABMX Charlotte BMX Track in Port Charlotte, Florida!


Steel Wheels (Portage, Indiana) Pro/Am, Goes HOT With Fast BMX!
30 total riders ..... 1st Tyler Whitfield(Answer Ssquared) / 2nd Brandon Ceslok(Answer Ssquared) / 3rd Olijuwon Davis(Doublecross) / 4th Eric Meyer(Answer Rennen) / 5th Richard Maldonado(CCH) / 6th Shannon Taylor(Alienation DANS COMP BMXmania) / 7th Nicholas Tanzymore(Pit Stop) / 8th Josef Gerhartz(Star Products)
Photo Gallery by 189 Productions / Kim Parkinson

Redline parts ways
with Tory Nyhaug

From Tory, his-self! ..... "After 7 successful years together, Redline and I have parted ways.

I'm proud to have raced for such a great team and although this is an unexpected change, I'm looking forward to new opportunities and racing this year, especially with the Pan-Am Games and Olympics around the corner.

I would like to thank my teammates and everyone at Redline for the support they have given me, especially Team Manager and friend Jason Carnes.

See you at the races!" ..... Tory Nyhaug








BMX Racing News - Wednesday - December 31, 2014

BMX Mania Is Wishin' You A BMXin' 2015!!!!!

Illustration, Christophe Boul, BMXmania Team Member - - Boulplanet, illustration & artworks design


Hey, BMX Maniacs! Wow, LOOK OUT......Here comes 2015! It seems just like yesterday that we were launching 2014, which quickly became The Year Of Sam Willoughby! Mr. Willoughby took off like a rocket on the USABMX National Circuit, winning many a race in the series from Reno, Nevada to Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Sam wound down for a few races in late Spring and early Summer, getting geared up for the UCI Worlds in Rotterdam, Holland and it paid off for him with an Elite Men's World #1. Sam got back on the gas for the second half of the USABMX Pro Series and won 9 out of 10 Pro Series races leading up to a USABMX AA Pro National #1 for 2014. A BIG year for Sam!





BMX Racing News - Wednesday - December 24, 2014


Well, actually, it was WAY back in July, but Christmas came early for Redline's, Super Sam, as he took on the best in the world and brought it home for the Aussie Fans In The Stands in Rotterdam's, Ahoy Center.

Great Win for Sam, Great Race for the UCI......Ho Ho Ho, sez BMX Santa Claus!

Check BMX Mania for more 2014 Recaps over the next week!




BMX Racing News - Wednesday - December 17, 2014

St. Etienne, France Indoor BMX Spectacular, BMXmag Edit
Elite Men Elite Women
1 Kyle Evans (GBR) 1 Mariana Pajon (COL)
2 Vincent Pelluard (FRA) 2 Felicia Stancil (USA)
3 Niklas Laustsen (DEN) 3 Stefany Hernandez (VEN)
4 Renaud Blanc (SUI) 4 Magalie Pottier (FRA)
5 Antoine Dumain (FRA) 5 Simone Christensen (DEN)
6 Tre Whyte (GBR) 6 Laetitia Le Corguille (FRA)
7 Joris Daudet (FRA) 7 Eva Ailloud (FRA)
8 Liam Phillips (GBR) 8 Mélanie Boudoux (FRA)

SE Bikes 2014 Year End Edit With Mega Rad, Kris Fox!

Kris Fox 2014 Year End Edit from SE Bikes on Vimeo.

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BMX Racing News - weekend update - December 12-14, 2014

St. Etienne BMX Indoor Kicks Off, Felicia Stancil suffers big Practice Crash!
LATE BREAKING NEWS : We just learned that Felicia Stancil, one of the major guest stars of the St Etienne BMX Indoor (France) fell violently, while practicing yesterday night, and would be suffering from the hip and the head, she was evacuated to the University Hospital of St Etienne … Scary bad , and let’s hope it’s not too serious and more of a precautionary process. Keep tuning… and send some "Get Better FAST" vibes to the young pro GT ambassador..

The US BMX Circuit went quiet for a few weeks after the USABMX /ABA Grands… But this weekend, there’s some major action in France and for most of the Europeans as the “classic” 19th Saint Etienne BMX Indoor receive the top amateurs and most of the Elites around for the “ Trophée des Nations” with the appearance of some major stars and a few comebacks!


Mariana PAJON: Since the last SX Chula Vista last September, Olympic champion confirmed his coming. From what we’ve seen at the ABA Grands , we can expect her in front of the pack.

Teagan O'KEEFFE: Joris Daudet’s favorite racegirl has confirmed her participation: Following his serious fall at Worlds , she will make her comeback in St Etienne. She might not be at 100% yet but she might be in the way of few locals for the mains.

Simone CHRISTENSEN: The Danish, W4 and Euro #3 this year won’t make the trip to St Etienne this year, watch for the Flying Dane on the World Cup circuit...

Laura SMULDERS: Bronze medalist at the last Olympics, this week birthday girl will show again that it was no fluke.

Felicia STANCIL: Thanks to Frenchy's Distribution, The young US GT star, National College Champion with Marian, will bring some “stars & stripes” vista to this European-style! <UPDATE> After yesterday nasty spill, this fast athlete might be signing autographs at Frenchy's instead of snappin' gates on the track, although she is back on her feet and talkin' about maybe hitting up Friday practice…

Stephanie HERNANDEZ: The Venezuelan, who spent time at the Aigle’s UCI World Training Center and also raced in France for a year, showed some amazing improvement this year and knows the Euro-style tracks…

Magalie POTTIER, Eva AILLOUD, will be there obviously on their own turf but sadly Manon VALENTINO, the national champion, will have to watch from the side line in her own town, due to a ongoing knee injury recovery...

Pauline CORLOBE: Speaking of injury, Pauline took the time to get back to racing form and might want to show that she still belongs to the French dynasty of Fast Girls

But obviously the comeback that gets everybody talking is ... Laetitïa LE CORGUILLE: Back after a maternity and a tough 4th place at London Olympics, the Beijing silver medalist wants to know how far she is from a third Olympic Main…


Barry NOBLES: Thanks again to French importer Frenchy's and DK, the fun-loving, stylish dare devil won’t miss an opportunity to rock the ST Etienne Exhibition Center

Edzus TREIMANIS: This “kid” has given nightmares to the locals Frogs since he turned Junior…

Liam PHILLIPS, Kyle EVANS, Tre WHYTE: The 2014 UCI SX World Cup winner, master of the Indoors, brings 2 of his lieutenants to wage war in France. It's gonna get dusty !

Joris DAUDET: The globetrotting champion seldomly races in France lately so he has the intention of showing why he’s the French leader…

Vincent Pelluard: Another great rider that spend more time out of the country and wants to show his new sponsors

Simon DUCHENE: This young rider went to train for a few months stateside with Joris Daudet and expect to show he’s back 100% and no rookie (anymore)

Quentin Caleyron: It’s his hometown and the French Olympian wants to shine in front of his crowd

Sylvain ANDRE: Back from Colombia for a UCI race among friends and under new colors, he motivated to show his international level

Romain RICCARDI: Anchor of the St Etienne team which earned the National Team Title 2014, National Italian champion and winner of the French Cup, this BMX warrior could make a “hold up” …

And then some veterans: Damien & Julien GODET, Moana MOO-CAILLE …  and then some not-so-rookies: Romain MAHIEU, Romain RACINE, Antoine DUMAIN, Quentin DEROM

Look Out, BMX World.....The ice is going to melt in St Etienne!

Submitted by EuroPorter and BMX Mania Team Member, Vincent Champetier (Resident, BMX Mania "Frenchy")








BMX Racing News - Tuesday/Wednesday - December 9-10, 2014

Pumptrack and backflips in the Disco

from Pump Battle Events on Vimeo.


This has got to be one of the most insane BMX videos of 2014! Twan Van Gendt & Joost Wichman hosted this Pump Track Battle / Disco Style in the City Lido Club.

Dutch BMX Racing Insanity at the 2nd annual PUMP BATTLE SERIES - CLUB EDITION hosted by Joost Wichman & Twan van Gendt at the City Lido Club ..... Dance meets Action Sports in Groenlo, Holland.

Racers from all disciplines dueled through the club and partied all night.

Check out the thrills, spills, and party.


Pump Battle Series...Club Edition Podium Finishes

Men Women
1 Neils Bensink 1 Miriana Heimensen
2 Desmond Tessemaker 2 Jamina Silah
3 Simon Waldburger 3 Lea Schleifenbaum







BMX Racing News - Thursday/Friday - December 4-5, 2014

Sarah Walker's 96 Dreams - Episode 8
Sarah travels to Argentina for World Cup Round 4, then to Rockhill for some training, before heading to Chula Vista for the World Cup final. Chula turns out to be not what she expects with an abrupt season ending crash and major surgery.

You know that a rider is a Die Hard when they can't remember their crash and then tell the surgeons when the rider is going to be getting back on their bike.......Sarah Walker, a TRUE BMXer!

Check out this awesome video from Daniel Franks with a special birthday celebration for Marc Willers.








BMX Racing News - USA BMX Grands Weekend - November 28-30, 2014

USABMX Grands national Pro Titles!

#1 AA Pro #1 Women Pro #1 Vet Pro
Maris Strombergs Alise Post Javier Colombo

Friday photo gallery posted!

Friday From USA BMX
Race Of Champions
Pro Wins From Willoughby, Post, Pohlkamp & Garcia!
Race Of Champions Photo Gallery To Be Posted, Saturday Morning, Please Check Back!
AA Pro - Sam Willoughby   Women Pro - Alise Post
Vet Pro - Matt Pohlkamp   A Pro - Jared Garcia

Race Of Champions Photo Gallery To Be Posted, Saturday Morning, Please Check Back!





BMX Racing News - Monday/Tuesday - November 24-25, 2014

USABMX has announced the layout of the USA BMX Grands Track and Expo, and it's HUGE! Gnarly beyond belief, the Grands really are a combination of the Olympics of BMX and the biggest BMX Bike Show in the world.

Enlarged Vendor and Pit area.

The track looks AWESOME!!!!!

BMX Mania coverage of the USA BMX Grands begins, Saturday with race reporting and BMX race action photos from Friday's, Race Of Champions, followed by the USA BMX Grands Pro Final on Saturday and the conclusion of USA BMX Grands Amateur racing on Sunday.

Check out for news and pix from the USA BMX Grand Nationals this weekend!!!!! 

DOUBLECROSS Bikes adds Ryan Deroche and Charlie Hunt to the factory team

Doublecross Bikes is psyched to welcome Ryan DeRoche and Charlie Hunt to the factory team for the 2015 season & beyond. Ryan will be repping DC in the 19-27 expert class, while Charlie starts out the year in 28-35....but when CH3 hits the ripe old age of 33 in the spring, he'll be on a mission to rattle the cage in the Vet Pro class.

These guys are no strangers to the program as they are now reunited with previous team manager, Doran Bradshaw, who had this to say about the latest roster moves; “I couldn’t be any happier with having Ryan & Charlie back in the pits with us!  These two rippers along with the addition of Kelsey Van Ogle and Peter Choat are definite steps in the right direction to becoming a top contender in the factory team title chase next season.“

Ryan will be teaming up with Kenneth Gustafson in 2015 for their DoubleCross-country tour, where they will host clinics to pass on the knowledge that has helped them get to the top of their class.  Be sure to stop by the pits at Grands for more info on the clinics & to check out top of the line products from Doublecross Bikes and our amazing sponsors!

We would like to thank our sponsors who help keep our factory team going fast & looking fresh!  FLY Racing (, Dan’s Comp (, Onyx Racing Products (, Arisun Tire, Alienation BMX (, Lake Cycling Shoes (

Marc Willers and Box Components are auctioning off Marc's bike to help raise money to fight cancer. Check out YOUR chance to win one of the RADDEST bikes on the planet and help fight cancer at the same time!

This is auction is to raise money for the cancer charity Stand Up To Cancer. One hundred percent of the proceeds will go to Stand Up To Cancer. To learn more about the organization, go to: The bike is being auctioned in as-is condition. It is a TRUE professional BMX Racer's bike, and it shows it.

It has traveled from California to Switzerland, to the Netherlands, back to California, then to South Carolina and back to California. All the riding and travel has taken its toll on the bike. But that's what makes it cool. CGI will cover 100% of the shipping in the Continental US. CGI will cover up to US$199.00 of the shipping to International buyers. International buyers will be responsible for the balance over US $199.00. This balance must be paid before CGI will ship the bike. If the winner is at the USA BMX Grand Nationals in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Nov. 29, pick-up also will be an option, but winner must show proof of purchase, ID, etc.

The bike is nearly 100% as Marc Willers used it in training at the UCI Training Center in Aigle, Switzerland, before the 2014 World Championships in Rotterdam, Netherlands and at the Worlds. At Worlds Marc had a rough go of things and crashed out early. Unusual for him, since he's been in more World Championship Mains than most of the current crop of pro racers, including a silver medal last year and bronze in 2011. Marc returned to the US and rode the bike in training, including training at Rock Hill, SC, the week before the GSX UCI BMXSX Final in Chula Vista, where he switched to a new bike.

Unfortunately, during the flight from South Carolina to California, the wheels were badly damaged. They have replaced the wheels with new ones. The bike features a custom paint job done by DK Bicycles for this bike. DK painted the frame using House of Colors paint at its own in-house paint facility. In spots where the paint has been chipped, you can see the original Flo Yellow paint underneath. This is a true one-of-a-kind frame.

The bike is equipped with a full compliment of BOX and Promax components, all the same as what Marc rides on a daily basis. Photos show the bike as it was when build new. Photos of bike in it's current condition will be posted soon. CGI reserves the right to change the bike and its spec as needed.

Here's the parts breakdown: Frame: 2014, XXXL, DK Professional V2 with PF30 BB Shell, Custom Painted Orange Forks: BOX X2, Carbon Fiber Headset: Promax IG-45, Integrated Stem: BOX Delta, 53mm, LTD Fuchsia Stem Lock: Promax ST-1 Bars: BOX Maximus, Black, 8.5” Rise Grips: BOX Hex by ODI with Custom Orange Lock Rings and BOX Genius Left Clamp Seatclamp: BOX Helix QR, LTD Fuchsia Seatpost: BOX Echelon Carbon Saddle: BOX Echelon Carbon Brakes: BOX Eclipse Linear Pull Brake Arms and X-Ray Pads with BOX Genius Lever, all in LTD Fuchsia Cranks: BOX Vector, 180 Bottom Bracket: BOX Vector PF30 Chainring: BOX Cosine, 44T Chain: KMC Wheels: BOX Focus Front Rim and Focus Rim in LTD Fuchsia, laced to BOX Hollow Hubs (Full Disclosure: Front is not original to his Worlds bike. Original was destroyed by airline in transit.) Freewheel: BOX Buzz, 16T Tyres: Maxxis Torch 20 x 1.75 Front and Rear Pedals: None Number Plate: BOX Phase One used after the World Championships Extras: Marc Willers 777 Custom Cancer-Month Jersey, worn by Marc.

To Bid On Marc's Super Rad Cancer Bustin' Bike, CLICK HERE!

This Auction Is BMX Mania Approved!

MIAMISBURG, OHIO - MotoUp Enterprises announced today that it has signed former Dingo Pro, Josh Fiegly for the 2015 season.

Josh, an Ohio native, was a runner up to Rookie Pro of The Year in 2001 when he was tearing up tracks for Dingo Bikes.

Now 28, Josh has been seen on the tracks on an off the last couple years and has decided it is time to MotoUp and show he still has what it takes to win. MotoUp head guy, Chris Morgan spoke of Fiegly. “I have been around the sport a very long time, and know natural riding ability when I see it, and Josh Fiegly is one of those riders.”

“Josh has a love of the sport and the BMX tattoo is hard to wash off as many of us old schoolers can attest to, and we are stoked to have him” added Morgan.

Fiegly will join the ranks of the rebuilding MotoUp team led by Shawn McGovern. Also on the roster with Fiegly is Phillip Wynne, Paul Rinehart, and Alexus Rinehart.





BMX Racing News - Friday - November 21, 2014

2014 TRA Double Cross and Dirt Jump Comp - Full Event Report

Bethlehem, PA - The TRA Double Cross and Dirt Jump Comp was held Sunday, October 5th, at the TRA backyard compound near Bethlehem, PA.  Twenty seven riders from around the globe came together for this historic event featuring the return of bicycle motocross racing in its purest form – straight from the trails and fun for all.  With top AA pro racers, X Games Gold Medalists, NORA cup legends, street riders, dirt jumpers, park riders, and plenty of core trail riders in attendance, the event was a melting pot of all riding disciplines that left everyone smiling and psyched for the future.   Event promoter and TRA founder, Mike Gentilcore explained:   “This event brought the riders, media, and industry together to celebrate all things BMX.  Together, we accomplished the goal of showing the world that BMX racing is alive and well, bringing it back home to all other forms of riding in the sport.”

The Event: The TRA Double Cross and Dirt Jump comp is a pro-invitational backyard event with a worldwide reach.  The event served as an industry collaboration to show what is possible for the future of dirt comps and BMX racing and was made possible with donations from Dan’s Comp, S&M, FIT, Odyssey, United, Empire, Doublecross Bikes, Hyper, SNAFU, Soilworks, Blackman’s Cycle, Axlerad Screen Printing, DKOI Bikes, Indust, Action Wheels, Fab Tech Welding and Repair, and STAY STRONG, as well as TRA’s home crew, the riders of Posh and Catty trails.  Coverage of the event was made possible by Red Bull Media House, Transworld Ride BMX, DIG, Elevated Visuals, Sugarcayne, Spintech, and more.

The event featured two contests:  The Double Cross, a head-to-head, full on trails BMX race, and the Dirt Jump Comp, a jump contest with a relaxed vibe and high flying action on the same exact course as the Double Cross.  Riders were free to compete in one or both contests for a shot at $8,000 in cash prizes, with $4,000 on the line for each contest.  But the most important part of the entire event was the vibe and the smiles on the faces of the riders themselves. 

The riders were happy to share how they felt about the event: “I've been to events around the world, large and small, and I've never felt the same vibe that I felt at the TRA event last weekend. Never in my life would I have thought I'd be lining up on a gate next to riders of so many different BMX genres; AA pro racers, dirt jumpers, and street riders alike.  What an event, that can bring together so many amazing bike riders from so many backgrounds. I had a great time and I'll be looking forward to next year’s event!" ..... Chris Doyle, Kink Bikes

“TRA BMX brought things back to the reason most of us started riding which was to get our wheels of the ground and put smiles on our faces.  X Games park gold medalists, Pro dirt jumpers, Street riders, Racers and Backwoods trails legends all came together this weekend to race BMX this past weekend and not one of them left without a smile on their face.” ..... Van Homan, FIT Bikes

“The TRA Double Cross was the best BMX event I have ever been to.  The format was amazing that provided entertaining excitement where anything can and did happen.  From everyone I talked to, I know they feel the same way I do, the TRA Double Cross is a must attend event for all people who love BMX." ..... Jeremy Ball, Deluxe

“I was just welcomed to a completely new exciting format for BMX and I had the time of my life… The only expressions to be seen from the participants, was an overwhelming smile of joy. Anyone could easily see just how much hard work was put into making this extreme one-off course that was a first of its kind.  Immediately BMX Racer's and BMX freestylers began sharing a comradery that our sport has been lacking the past decade.  Here, everyone rode the course together. The TRA race went so smoothly, spectators were fully tuned into the action, and the event amazed everyone with just how first class it became. Looking back over the highlights from my past weekend it amazes me to think this can be a direction the BMX community can leap towards, and truly bring back a passion to the roots of our shared sport, BICYCLE MOTO X.!!! “ ..... Derek Sipkoi, AA Pro, Owner - DKOI Bikes

“Today, BMX is BMX again”. ..... Jason Lonergan,  Posh Local / Dirt Jump Comp Contest Judge

The Course: With an epic course by Dirtsculpt’s Dave King, the creative force behind BMX contests such as ESPN’s X-Games, Red Bull’s Dirt Conquers, and more, the action was all trails with nonstop downhill action.  A motorcycle motocross style gate sent riders off a drop-in platform with a quarter-crank that would propel them through the entire downhill run.   Three bowled sets sent riders over a massive scrub roller and into the first turn shark fin. 

Coming off the shark fin, riders encountered the tilted roof jump, dropping into a large bowl and stepping up onto a left-hand downhill roller berm.  Around the berm, riders picked up speed and bomb-dropped into a gravity chasm 10 ft deep and 43 feet across, blasting them up and over a 30 ft set with a spined-out landing and into a high speed sweeping last turn that sent the riders up over the last set to the finish line.  Designed as a modern, radical departure from conventional BMX racing, the course was also a return to the fundamentals of BMX in that it was all about trail skills.

AA Pro and 2nd place Double Cross finisher, Steven Cisar, commented :  “You wanted to push it a little bit harder, and go a little bit faster, but you really can’t because you need to stay focused on the backsides and make sure you catch those”. 

The course resulted in an entire event of action-packed, start-to-finish battles with plenty of passing and come-from-behind moves.  It also showed that a racetrack and dirt jump course can be designed as one.  Most importantly, it proved that riders from all disciplines and all ages, from AA Pros like Derek Sipkoi to Street legends like Van Homan, and 40-something trail riders to 13-year old young guns like Hyper’s Eddie Rovi, could all compete on the same course in a form of BMX racing that is truly for everyone.

Double Cross: The Double Cross portion of the event featured 26 riders from around the world and represented the most diverse group of riders ever brought together for a BMX race event.  BMX legend Darryl Nau handled the opening ceremonies.  Super stoked and a long time BMX race fan, Darryl electrified  the crowd as the first round qualifiers ran all the contestants against each other in head-to-head, random motos.  The 2nd place finishers from the first round were then run in a second chance qualifier, with sudden-death semis all the way until the main event.  To keep the rider count even, a wildcard draw was possible based on close finishes.  This kept the action full of surprises and full-bore the finish line in every moto.  As the field narrowed to the final 8 riders, run-off motos were run to determine the places of the remaining riders.  While clipless pedals and carbon fiber equipment were strictly prohibited, riders were free to ride brakeless and encouraged to run any color number plate they desired in a nod to both modern times and the classic days of BMX racing.

The 1st round went down with Matt Kelty, Mark Potoczny, Jeremy Kaht,, Evan Eisenhard, Ryan “Z-Man” Zielinski,  Brandon Dosch, Eddie Rovi, Victor Behm, Steven Cisar, Brandon Grimm, Lois Delfino, Jeremy Ball, and Scotty Cranmer all transferring directly to round 2.

The second chance qualifier saw the elimination of a few more great riders, including FIT’s Justin Inman who took advantage of the modernized race rules by racing brakeless, perfectly in control at all times, in a close second to Chris Doyle.  It also saw some wild action from Nicholi Rogatkin as he wowed the crowd with a front flip attempt over the banger set on his way to a 2nd place against east coast  trail staple, Jon Lynn. With Van Homan, Jon Lynn, Alex Anthony, Chris Doyle, Aaron Ross, and Derek Sipkoi now transferring on, the sudden-death semi’s started bombing the hillside.

Round 2 featured some legendary battles including Redline’s Brandon Dosch who just barely edged out a hard-charging Derek Sipkoi.  Victor Behm threw some big style after taking advantage of GHP’s Ryan “Z-Man” Zielinski’s slip on the gate, only to find Z-man right on his tail at the finish.  In one moto, the big set swallowed up Hyper’s Scott Cranmer who had a big lead on Deluxe’s Jeremy Ball after Jeremy cased to a stop.  Having also lost momentum himself, Scott was trying to run and drag his bike over the top of the big set just when Jeremy was able to get back rolling and blast overhead.  But Scott still stole the show by faking a pass-out at the top of the big landing, giving everyone a laugh as he rolled back down into the chasm and Jeremy cruised in for the win.

No round was more surreal than the historic matchup of Kink’s Chris Doyle and FIT ‘s Van Homan.  Spectators and riders alike, including Chris and Van, were captivated with ear to ear smiles as they took in this legendary showdown.  Everyone was overjoyed and in almost complete disbelief that they were about to witness Chris Doyle and Van Homan go head to head in a modern-day, pro BMX race.  The gate dropped and cheers erupted as Chris and Van battled side by side all the way around the entire course.  Pulling away on the bomb drop, Doyle sent a table over the banger set while Van Homan ended up on the ground going for the last turn pass, still smiling ear to ear. The crowd roared knowing they had just witnessed a historic moment in BMX racing history.

Rounds 3 and 4 saw top contenders Steven Cisar, Derek Sipkoi, Brandon Dosch, Matt Kelty, and Victor Behm all transferring closer to the main event.   All the while, the crowd cheered for a hard-charging Chris Doyle who placed 2nd in both rounds but was wildcarded forward by staying on the gas for close seconds. 

In an epic round 4 moto, Doyle was in the lead as Dosch cased to a near stop on the 1st straight.   But Dosch came back with killer scrubs over the roof gap and step up into the roller berm, setting up a pass for the win over the banger set into to the last turn.  The crowd went wild as Doyle charged back hard for a last straight photo-finish at the line.  With Dosch commanding leads like a seasoned AA racer, many thought he was destined for the overall win, but in the semi-final round 5, Dosch went down hard in the last turn leaving him with 4th place and Doyle with the 3rd.  Run-off rounds were then run to determine the 5th through 8th place finishes with S&M’s Evan Eisenhard earning 7th and Deluxe’s Jeremy Ball in 8th.  Meanwhile, current AA Pro, Derek Sipkoi came in 5th by edging out former NBL #1 Pro, Matt Kelty, who took 6th.

Round 5 saw Redline’s Brandon Dosch earn 4th as he went down hard in a close moto against Victor Behm.  With a painfully sprained wrist, it looked for sure that Brandon was done for the day.  Meanwhile, Avent /Bombshell’s Steven Cisar edged out Kink’s Chris Doyle leaving Doyle with a 3rd and a big smile on the podium.

The air was charged as the main event set up in the gate.  Underdog Victor Behm, two-time Red Bull Berm Burners champ, lined up against seasoned AA Pro Steven Cisar, who was a career favorite for many riders in the event.  When the gate dropped everyone was on their feet as Steven and Victor battled head to head down the 1st straight.  With his flamboyant, hard pumping style, Behm whipped a table out of the shark fin that just might have been the key to holding off Cisar who was right on Behm’s tail.  Trying to find a line under Behm, Cisar caught a wheel on the shark fin landing, slowing him just enough to not make the roof jump.  The rest of the run was victory lap for Victor Behm, who blasted big air over the banger and ghost rode the finish line, overcome with joy and blown away that he had just beaten one of his own AA pro racing heroes.

Dirt Jump Comp: With the crowd still hyped up from the Double Cross main event, 13 riders took to the hill to compete in the Dirt Jump Comp.  Each rider took three runs with their best scores counted to determine the top 8 riders.  Posh Trail’s main caretaker and BMX legend, Jason “J-Bone” Lonergan, shared judging duties with Catty Woods favorites Marky “T” Tomasic and Axlerad’s Matt Trieval.  The vibe of the Dirt Jump Comp was fun and free, with the crowd cheering on a diverse group of riders with even more diverse riding styles.

Kink’s Chris Doyle ripped up the course in classic Doyle style with big turndown three’s and three tables inverted for all they were worth.  His third place finish also made him the only rider to podium in both of the Double Cross and Dirt Jump Comp.  X Games Park Gold Medalist and Hyper rider, Scott Cranmer, placed a strong second by utilizing the entire downhill course, including tailwhips over the large scrub roller and blasting some of the only tricks of the contest off the roof jump gap.

But the comeback story of the event, after a hard crash in the Double Cross that would have ended any other rider’s day, was a victorious Brandon Dosch.  Tailwhipping onto the roof jump and spinning his Redline with the only 360 of the contest over the bomb drop, Brandon blasted straight into a big double tail whip over the banger set for a well-deserved 1st place finish.  The rest of the field laid down some great moves with Deluxe’s Jeremy Ball showing smooth trail style and big three’s for a solid 4th.

Australian FIT rider Chris Harti blasted big airs for 5th place while Deluxe’s Mark Potoczny threw down with some classic trail style for 6th.  Meanwhile,  Olish Farms rider and Double Cross winner,  Victor Behm showed versatility as both a racer and jumper with a 7th, while 2014 TRA Grindlab Jam Dirt and Park winner, Jordan Prince, blasted big no handers and huge three’s for 8th place with style that had everyone taking note.

The Awards: The day ended with the awards ceremony in which $8,000 in donated cash awards were presented to the top 8 finishers in each event by TRA founder, Mike Gentilcore.   Contest announcer and voice of TRA, Darryl Nau, followed up with some warm words and explained that the event that Mike organized was over 20 years in the making, from the days of the Bethlehem crew BMX racing and long summers at the trails including Black Track, State College, Posh, Nam, and Catty.  There was a feeling of oneness in the air with riders from all disciplines of the sport sharing in a BMX event that was uniquely special and fun for both the riders and spectators alike.

As the sun went down, the session went on to dusk, with BMX legends getting in some final laps on the downhill course and younger riders sessioning the 30,000 sq ft pump track next to it.  With BMXers from all ages and genres of the sport pumped on what they had witnessed, the 2014 TRA Double Cross and Dirt Jump comp has everyone psyched for the future of BMX dirt events.

2014 TRA Double Cross and Dirt Jump Comp Results:
Double Cross: Dirt Jump Comp:
1. Victor Behm - $1000 1. Brandon Dosch - $1000
2. Steven Cisar - $850 2. Scott Cranmer - $850
3. Chris Doyle - $700 3. Chris Doyle - $700
4. Brandon Dosch -$550 4. Jeremy Ball - $550
5. Derek Sipkoi - $350 5. Chris Harti - $350
6. Matt Kelty - $250 6. Mark Potoczny - $250
7. Evan Eisenhard - $200 7. Victor Behm - $200
8. Jeremy Ball - $100 8. Jordan Prince- $100


Also check out the Red Bull Media House clips if you hadn’t seen yet:
For additional photo and video coverage of the event from all of our media partners, please check out



BMX Racing News - Monday/Tuesday - November 17-18, 2014

Leading French Graphic & Safety Wear Manufacturer to Showcase at USABMX Grand Nationals
Custom Racing, a leader in the French BMX graphic and safety wear market, will have a canopy in the pit area at the USABMX Grands in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

They would love for you to stop by and check out the possibilities to do some customized BMX jerseys for your team or club, and the good deals for fully customized canopies.

Check out Custom Racing BMX at the USABMX Grands in Tulsa, next week!

Preparations in full swing for the Vans Rebeljam in London
BMX Street elite meet up at the York Hall Leisure Centre on 21/22 November 2014.

London, 14 November 2014. The Vans rebeljam is only a week away and the building crew are finishing up the street obstacles for the last major BMX street event of the year. 66 of the world's best riders will gather on Friday 21 November for a first day of practice. The entire contest will take place on Saturday 22 November and will be streamed live on

When the first images of the course leaked out earlier this week, riders started buzzing. Vans sponsored Dakota Roche (USA) has high expectations of the contest: "I'm expecting insane riding and a good vibe. I saw the course design and it looks amazing, can't wait to ride it with everyone." The course will have multiple lines with many ledges, rails and a Shadow Conspiracy coffin to grind on.

Riders to make an appearance are multiple X-Games and Dew Tour champion Garrett Reynolds (USA), Bruno Hoffmann (GER), 2012 Vans rebeljam street winner Dan Lacey (GBR), Subrosa's Scott Ditchburn (GBR), Ty Morrow (USA) and Kevin Kalkoff (FRA). They'll be competing for a piece of the € 20.000,= prize purse.

For those not being able to make it to the York Hall Leisure centre in London, Red Bull will bring the finals live to your computer screen on Saturday evening. The live broadcast starts at 18:30hr local time. Visit to watch the live feed.

On Friday night at the House Of Vans in London, an exhibition will take place of 21 years worth of photography, art and design from the pages of DIG BMX Magazine. "It’s an international snapshot of core BMX culture since our first issue in 1993, a time when BMX was effectively being re-born wordwide." says Will Smyth, founder of DIG magazine. Photographers and artists/designers include Ricky Adam, Fred Murray, Rob Dolecki, Andrew White, Will Smyth, Luke Godson, Taj Mihelich, Ryan Worcester & many more.

Closing off one of the BMX world's most hotly anticipated events, Red Bull bring a heavy night of Grime and Garage music to the House of Vans on Saturday evening. Doors open at 10pm - 3am. Info on the performers at the official rebeljam after party can be found here: rebeljam-after-party

Updated event info at: ..... Instagram: @rebeljam ..... Twitter: @rebeljam

Media contact: Bart de Jong ..... .....

Strider Announces Daily Bike Giveaway with STRIDER GIVES BACK
Rapid City, SD (October 10, 2014) - Teenagers with huge smiles, parents with tears streaming down their cheeks and spectators clapping and cheering. That is the scene when a person with special needs learns to ride for the very first time on two wheels - on a STRIDER Balance Bike.

Strider Sports is excited to announce a holiday campaign kicking off today: the STRIDER GIVES BACK Promotion. Between October 13th and December 12th, the company has committed to giving away seven balance bikes per day - every day! That is 490 Balance Bikes in the next two months! The application process for a chance to win is extremely simple. Interested families need to go to and complete three simple steps: submit a photo, write a brief story and name the special needs organization to which the applicant belongs.

As the leading manufacturer and marketer of No-Pedal Balance Bikes for people of all ages and all abilities, Strider Sports has been inspiring riding and confidence for over seven years. STRIDER balance bikes are the best option for a person with special needs because they break down the overwhelming task of learning how to ride into a safe and natural progression. Riding a STRIDER is as easy as walking. With feet safely on the ground, a rider is easily able to maneuver and ride the lightweight bikes. Although not originally designed as adaptive bikes, STRIDER bikes have turned individuals with Down syndrome, autism, low muscle tone, poor balance, arthrogryposis, and cerebral palsy into bike riding enthusiasts!




BMX Racing News - weekend update - November 14-16, 2014

BlackCrown BMX
Under New Ownership!

November 13, 2014 (Atlanta, GA) - Award winning lifelong BMX rider Scott "Swanny" Swanson has announced today, that he along with managing business partner and BMX newcomer Tobi Ashworth-Harbas will become the sole managing owners of BlackCrown BMX products. The transfer will take place on December 02, 2014 to allow for Rob McAllister and BlackCrown to conclude their contracts with the current team riders and their amazing sponsors.

About BlackCrown BMX Products - BlackCrown racing products launched in 2000. Current owner Rob McAllister, who is a graphic designer by trade, began making number plates for himself. When friends and teams began requesting him to make plates BlackCrown was born. Over the last five years BlackCrown has strived to produce American made quality products for BMX racers.

A Message From Rob McAllister - After five years of building BlackCrown from the ground up, current owner Rob McAllister has made a strategic decision to transfer ownership and business operations to the Swanson and Asworth-Harbas team. "What started out as me making number plates for friends at the local track has grown quickly into a recognizable brand in BMX racing. I personally feel I have taken the brand as far as I can on my own and couldn't be more proud of that!" says McAllister. “I also look forward to helping Tobi and Scott take BlackCrown products to the next level. I'll be representing BlackCrown as factory team manager and as a factory team racer. I like the enthusiasm I have seen in our discussions and feel like BlackCrown will be in good hands. I want to personally thank everyone who has supported BlackCrown over these past years."

About Scott Swanson - Scott Swanson known as " Swanny" in the BMX community has been an avid participant in the sport of BMX for almost forty years. Swanson began racing at only 8 years old, after his first race, a passion for racing was born that has led to a lifelong involvement in the sport. Scott has won many titles through the years and at the peak of his career proudly earned pro status, and most recently won the Disney Cup.

Outside of BMX, Scott is the director of engineering for a large international company and is a proud father of two beautiful daughters who constantly inspire him to have fun and "pay it forward".

About the Transition - The transition of BlackCrown will end the ownership of Rob McAllister, but will begin a new phase for McAllister and the team. Swanson comments that “McAllister has worked hard over the years to get BlackCrown where they are today. He has done an excellent job building the factory team and his hard work has not gone unnoticed. The factory team has gained momentum and with McAllister’s expertise and our new mission and group of talented individuals we expect the BlackCrown brand and Factory Team to excel.” Swanson and his partners plan to build on the strong foundation that McAllister has built with the hopes to expand the brand nationwide while maintaining the strength and momentum of the factory team.

2015 and Beyond - 2015 will be an exciting year for the BlackCrown brand. We have begun to assemble a talented team of individuals who are excited to expand the BlackCrown brand and really focus on the needs of the BMX community. " Our plan is to expand the BlackCrown product line to be extremely inclusive with a focus on serving BMX racers and their families" says Tobi Ashworth-Harbas.

This expansion is set to include new sizes and options to the already excellent Throne racing frame as well as building our apparel and accessory line to include products for female and "peewee" racers. This is an exciting time for the entire BlackCrown family and we invite you to join us on our journey! We have many exciting announcements and opportunities coming your way!




BMX Racing News - Wednesday - November 12, 2014

Wild Pump Track Event In Holland with Twan Van Gendt & Joost Wichman

Joost Wichman & Twan van Gendt invite you to: THE SEASON AFTERPARTY PUMPTRACK RACE!

Pump track racing during the night, in the middle of a night club. Party and the race are open for everybody older than 16 years old.

REGISTRATION PUMP BATTLE SERIES: Open for everybody older then 16 (max 100 riders) Online pre registration €10,00 at On site Registration €12,50 (when not full max 100) from 16:00 till 18:00.

COURSE PRACTICE/TRAINING: from 17:00 till 19:00
QUALIFICATION: from 19:30 - 20:30 ... Qualification will be by time trial format
DOORS OPEN PARTY PEOPLE - Doors open: 22:00
PUMP BATTLE SERIES - KNOCK OUT FINALS ... from 23:45 till 01:00 ... 32 fastest ... qualifiers will go head to head ... Pursuit knock-out system
DANCE PARTY: 22:00 till ?? During and after Pump Battle Races ... DJ Hrusha + Drummer from CZ ... showgirls

LOCATION: Club: City Lido - Kerkstraat 6 - Groenlo (CLUB OPENS AT 22:00)
This event is supported by: Radon Bikes ... MAGURA Passion People ... ... Thirty7even
 clothing ... Bikeparkitect/ ICYCLE pumptracks ... City Lido Dancing ... SR Suntour Inc. Suspension ... ... Wood15 indoor bikepark ... Rensing Bouw ... Bensink Bmx Gates ... John Theissen Tweewielers ... RIDE 100%

One of the wildest races in BMX Racing history. Fast BMXers, awesome Club Atmosphere, Big Prizes all hosted by Twan Van Gendt and Joost Wichman, what more can you ask? Dutch BMX Insanity.....Check it out here!!!!!

Teaser Pump Battle Series - 22 November 2014 Club Edition

from Pump Battle Events on Vimeo.

BMX Job opportunities: The boy Scouts Are Looking For BMX Race Specialists!

The Boy Scouts of America are looking for BMX racers and former BMX racers to help build up their BMX race summer program. Last year, BMX was a difficult area to staff for and they are trying to get ahead of the game by getting word out early. Their BMX program encompasses racing, dirt jump and park riding, but leans heavily on the racing aspects.

They are especially looking for a solid BMX manager (at least 21 years old) with a background in racing who will bring a real passion for the sport. More info can be found at their website here: We have a large facility with multiple race tracks, beginner tracks, training areas, dirt jumps and two skateparks.

Below, are quick summaries of the BMX positions they’re hiring for this summer. They are very interested in talking with any qualified individuals.

Employment information is here:


BMX MANAGER* – Supervises all activities at The Trax and the Summit Center BMX Venue, including operations, staffing, equipment maintenance and safety. This position requires a passion for BMX, a desire to coach BMX and the ability to develop training programs. BMX racing experience desired. Supervisory experience helpful.

BMX ASSISTANT MANAGER – Assists the BMX Manager in supervising all activities at The Trax and the Summit Center BMX Venue, including operations, staffing, equipment maintenance and safety. BMX racing experience desired. Supervisory experience helpful.

BMX INSTRUCTOR -- Teach participants how to ride a BMX bike and help to navigate the various BMX tracks at the Summit. Staff will also help to maintain the course, gear and bikes.






BMX Racing News - Monday - November 10, 2014

Extreme BMX Factory Team Highlights Canadian Grands 2014

For more information on BMX Canada, please visit:

Video by Match Strike Digital Media:
Camera Credits. Gordon More, Jon Ross (Heliwood Media) and Alisha Langner.
Editing by Gordon More
Drone footage by Jon Ross

Official Video:







BMX Racing News - Thursday/Friday - November 6/7, 2014

Crupi BMX, Makin' Things Fun At The USABMX Grands!
With the 2014 Grand Nationals coming up the BMX guru's have been trying to come up with something cool to do at the Greatest Race On Earth / USABMX Grands.

Check out the two new notes above, one being the Crupi Swag Bag that they are doing with an awesome new Crupi beanie and more prizes inside, and the other being the other cool contests that they will be holding during the event.

Crupi BMX, making BMX Happen!





BMX Racing News - Monday/Tuesday - November 3&4, 2014

BMX PRO FOR A WEEK from Dale Holmes Racing

BMX PRO FOR A WEEK from Dale Holmes Racing on Vimeo.

Check out the Super Kool Video from Dale Holmes Racing! Dale, Cristian Becerine, Anthony Dean and "Dr. J" Jason Richardson are "Workn IT" with "New To BMX Riders" at the USABMX Chula Vista track.

The "BMX Pro for a Week" summer camp program is run in cooperation with the YMCA of San Diego County and the Chase/Stay Strong/DHR Team.

They are takin' BMX never be's to BMX Wanna Be Pros in a short week at the DHR, bMX Pro For A Week program.....One of the best Intro To BMX deals out there!

Thanks to Barona Resort & Casino for their continued and increased support allowing for an expansion of our Ride to End Obesity Program into San Diego Unified School District through an after school partnership with the YMCA of San Diego. 2015 is looking very positive and we remain excited to grow every facet of our team.

Plus, the video is a Corinne Walder Production, and she's The Best!!!!!


The DHR team recently got back from a successful week down in Florida.

We started the week with a clinic tour hitting numerous tracks with our first stop in Miami. We worked our way up to Orlando with a stop over in West Palm Beach along the way. It was great to branch out on our grass roots program and to make it to the East Coast and have the opportunity to both meet and ride with lots of new folks from beginners right up to a lot of older riders make a reentry into the sport with their kids.

We’ve built some great relationships with riders and families and are already making another trip back next year and adding more stops to our clinic tour. Big thanks to Miami BMX, Okeeheelee and Orlando BMX for the warm welcome. And, also a special thanks to Terry Smith and his family for their hospitality and for helping us organize the Miami clinic on the first leg of our tour.

The week of clinics were a lead into the USA BMX Disney Cup – a three day National in Kissimmee.

As the team prepared for the weekend race festivities, we were all welcomed at our good friend Craig Holland’s vacation rental property where the entire Chase team posted up for the remainder of the week. Special thanks to Craig for taking good care of us.

Our Vet Pro, Cristian Becerine, continued a great year by hitting the podium all three days – with two 1st place showings and a 2nd – giving him the Overall Disney Cup Win.

Anthony Dean, our Elite Rider, was back on his bike for the first time since his crash in Chula Vista last month. But despite a few aches and pains and swollen knee, Anthony had a solid weekend against the World’s best – making the main events all three days and finished the weekend off on a great note with a 3rd place on the podium on Sunday.

The team now has a few weeks off before we head out to Tulsa, Oklahoma for the Grand Nationals to wrap up an already successful year.




BMX Racing News - Weekend update - November 1&2, 2014

with daily bike giveaway
Teenagers with huge smiles, parents with tears streaming down their cheeks and spectators clapping and cheering. That is the scene when a person with special needs learns to ride for the very first time on two wheels – on a STRIDER Balance Bike.

Strider Sports is excited to announce a holiday campaign kicking off today: the STRIDER GIVES BACK Promotion. Between October 13th and December 12th, the company has committed to giving away seven balance bikes per day – every day! That is 490 Balance Bikes in the next two months!

As the leading manufacturer and marketer of No-Pedal Balance Bikes for people of all ages and all abilities, Strider Sports has been inspiring riding and confidence for over seven years. STRIDER balance bikes are the best option for a person with special needs because they break down the overwhelming task of learning how to ride into a safe and natural progression. Riding a STRIDER is as easy as walking. With feet safely on the ground, a rider is easily able to maneuver and ride the lightweight bikes. Although not originally designed as adaptive bikes, STRIDER bikes have turned individuals with Down syndrome, autism, low muscle tone, poor balance, arthrogryposis, and cerebral palsy into bike riding enthusiasts!


This holiday season, through our Strider Rider Fund, we are giving away 7 BIKES A DAY, EVERY DAY to members of the special needs community.

Everyone deserves an opportunity to experience life on two wheels. Although the STRIDER was not originally designed as an adaptive needs bike, it has proven to be the perfect bike for people with special needs. We have received countless success stories from parents around the world.

To learn more about how the use of a STRIDER bike promotes a natural, safe method to learn to balance and ride please visit our SPECIAL NEEDS PAGE.

If someone you know could benefit by this program, please share this flyer.

If you would like to participate in the program, please visit the Special Needs Page at

Winning bikes for you and your organization is as easy as 1... 2... 3!

  1. Submit a photo of your family member with special needs.
  2. Tell us their story for a chance to win their very own STRIDER Bike!
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BMX Racing News - Monday/Tuesday - October 27-28, 2014

Chase Bicycles Pro Team Race Report From USA BMX Fall Nationals In Kissimmee, Florida

The Chase Bicycles Pro team headed just outside Orlando, Florida for the 2nd to last round of the 2014 USA BMX Pro Series race season. Each season, heading to the end of the USA BMX tour, the riders and fans alike look forward to the Fall Nationals Disney Cup event. 3 action packed days of racing for BMXers is always a welcomed treat, and the Chase Bicycles Pro team and Team DHR were looking forward to the event.

Coming into the Fall Nationals, Connor Fields was sitting 3rd overall in the USA BMX rankings and was looking to try and close the gap to the top two overall ranked riders. With 3 days of racing, Connor had a shot at replacing a score, and he did just that on Day 1 with a 3rd place overall. Connor was in the main event all 3 days, with Day 1’s result being the best, Connor would finish up 8th on Day 2 and 5th on Day 3.

Team Chase / Stay Strong Pro rider Anthony Dean made the Fall Nationals his return to racing after his horrific crash at the UCI BMX Supercross Finals in Chula Vista, CA. Anthony rode strong and made it into the Elite Mens finals all 3 days at the Fall Nationals. Anthony would wrap up the weekend with a podium finish on Sunday, with a 3rd, as well as a 5th and 6th place finish.

Cristian Becerine, the 2013 USA BMX #1 Vet Pro, has had another great season, once again leading the Vet Pro points chase. He was riding stellar at the Fall Nationals, by finishing 1st, 2nd, and 1st overall on the 3 days of racing, and taking the overall Disney Cup title after the 3 days of racing. Cristian heads into the USA BMX Grands with the points lead and a chance to repeat his title.

This was the largest Disney Cup National event to date, and the riders now get a short break to get ready for the USA BMX Grand Nationals held over Thanksgiving weekend in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

USABMX Fall Nationals Disney Cup Results

Chase Pro Team

Day #1
Elite Men
Connor Fields - 3rd
Anthony Dean - 5th
Vet Pro
Cristian Becerine - 1st
Day #2
Elite Men
Anthony Dean - 6th
Connor Fields- 8th
Vet Pro
Cristian Becerine - 2nd
Day #3
Elite Men
Anthony Dean - 3rd
Connor Fields - 5th
Vet Pro
Cristian Becerine - 1st

The Chase BMX Factory Team is proudly sponsored by Shimano, Tioga, Fly Racing, ODI, Kicker Audio, KMC, Elevn, Excess, Insight, Kingstar, Stealth, Hubs Vans, and G-Form.

Chase BMX offers some of the worlds best BMX race frames, the RSP Series, as well as 2 lines of complete bikes, the Chase Element and Chase Edge. Visit for more info on the line of frames and bikes.

Chase BMX is a division of the BMX Racing Group along with Elevn, Excess, Insight, and Kingstar.
For More info on any of the BRG Brands, as well as the race teams schedule, please visit

About BMX Racing Group
The BMX Racing Group delivers a full range of BMX Racing products, highlighted by the Chase BMX Brand. Other brands of BRG: Elevn Racing, Excess, Insight, and Kingstar. Founded by legendary BMX Pro racer Christophe Leveque and Industry leader Pete Dylewski, BRG has delivered some of the best BMX products for racers over the past 3 years and supports BMX racing on all levels.

Twitter: @BMXRacingGroup Instagram: @BMXRacingGroup @ChaseBicycles FaceBook:

Cool BMX Mania Photo At
Sorry, not braggin' but I still get a kick out of seeing my BMX racing photos in use around the world. I got the word from Zach and the guys over at that they used one of my shots of Sam Willoughby at the UCI BMX SX World Cup in Chula Vista, CA USA.

I was stoked! Nice shot, nice layout, nice rider! Pretty good combination, I guess.

Check out ALN BMX at and see their great lineup of awesome BMX components, they are some of the BEST around!



BMX Racing News - weekend update - October 24-26, 2014


MotoUp continues to grow and they are acquiring new rider talent and sponsors for the 2015 season. Today MotoUp is pleased to announce that Paul Rinehart and Alexus Rinehart will be wearing the MotoUp colors by the Grands next month. Paul a known force in the cruiser ranks and current NAG #7, and East Coast National Champ 2012-2013.

The name is not a coincidence, Paul's daughter Alexus will also MotoUp in 2015. Alexus, is the current #1 District rider for 15-16 Girls and was both District #1 and State Champ 2012 and 2013. The father/daughter addition to the roster is a welcomed addition to Team Manager Shawn McGovern who will continue to seek out new riders for 2015.

"MotoUp is passionate about BMX, and we are looking for current and up and coming expert rider for our grassroots roster, not only in Ohio, but our neighboring states to help those riders selected reach that next level of competition."

MotoUp's head Moto Man Chris Morgan added to McGovern's comments "Shawn is doing a great job on not just finding us new riders, but the right riders. "Riders who can tell us up front what they can bring to MotoUp is crucial, and Paul and Alexus are a great addition."

MotoUp's 2015 sponsors include SE Bikes, Alias MX, Maxxis, Eks Brand, Promax, Seven10 MX Graphics, and Odi for 2015.

Interested riders are requested to go to and apply through the team page.

From left, Ryan Stack (2nd), Liam Phillips (1st) and Tre Whyte (3rd)
Parkour Ride, sponsored by YESS BMX is a multi-discipline head-to-head elimination race with two riders racing a special circuit up and down a multi-level car park. The event space varies across every level, featuring different spectator attractions, music, food stalls and bars around the circuit. Technology, sound and video are all harnessed to create a unique audio/visual experience for fans and riders.

Parkour Ride took place recently at Tobacco Dock in the Docklands area east of London. Parkour Ride was open to male and female riders on all kinds of bikes. The main disciplines were BMX, mountain bike and road bike (including fixed gear/single speed.

Riders were to line up against Parkour Ride pros, as amatuer riders were able to compete their way thru am competition to make it in to the finals to compete against top U.K. pros. Eventual 2nd place finisher, Ryan Stack was one of the amateur riders who worked his way thru am eliminations to race in the pro finals.

Pros include Parkour Ride ambassador, YESS BMX Factory Pro and former World BMX Champion, Liam Phillips, plus stars from the worlds of BMX, mountain bike, track and road.

More info on Parkour Ride can be found at

Check out the action from Parkour Ride below!







BMX Racing News - Wednesday - October 21, 2014

Prostart on the road to USA BMX GRANDS!
PROSTART is excited to announce our participation in the greatest race on earth, at the USABMX Grand Nationals in Tulsa, Oklahoma USA. We will be travelling to the Grands at the end of November. We will present an exhibition space to show our BMX starting & timing systems addressed to private individuals, clubs and states.

Through all our projects in Europe, we believe that our experience and know-how through all our projects can bring new solutions to BMX racing in America. During this event, the 1-man portable gate will be our main product due to its facility of transport and utilization, but we also look forward to discussing our outstanding 8-man safety gate, which we think is the safest BMX gate for any riders anywhere.

In the meantime, we invite you to discover our FaceBook page Prostart.BMX and our website in order to know more about us. See you there!

Prostart is a French international company managed by passionate people with aim to propose quality and affordable products. They have already set up more than one hundred 8-man safety gates and sold more than two hundred 1-man portable gate all over the world. They also created an innovative and encouraging solution on their 100% electric gate. We advise you to follow closely this young dynamic company who is growing up everyday !




BMX Racing News - Tuesday - October 20, 2014

Job Available In The BMX Industry.....Contact Crupi  BMX!
Baldwin Park, CA - Crupi Parts, Inc. is in search of a warehouse manager with a BMX racing background.

This person will need to have shipping and invoicing experience, good phone skills and be self motivated.

This person will also need to have good BMX mechanical skills and can build a BMX wheel.

Position is available immediately at Crupi's warehouse in Baldwin Park, CA. Please contact Greg at if you have the skills needed for this position. Thank you. - Crupi BMX




BMX Racing News - weekend update - October 17-19, 2014

2015 USA Cycling National Championships announced

The USA Cycling BMX National Championships move east in 2015 to the newly-built Novant Health BMX Supercross Track in Rock Hill, S.C. The date for the USA Cycling BMX National championships are slated for March 21, 2015.

2015 USA Cycling National Championships

Jan 7-11

Cyclo-Cross National Championships

Austin, Texas

Feb 14

Fat Bike National Championships

Ogden, Utah

Mar 21

BMX National Championships

Rock Hill, S.C.

Apr 18-19

Professional Criterium and Team Time Trial National Championships

Greenville, S.C.

May 2

Marathon Mountain Bike National Championships

Columbia County, Ga.

May 8-10

Collegiate Road National Championships

Asheville, N.C.

May 23-25

Professional Road and Time Trial National Championships

Chattanooga, Tenn.

Jun 24-28

Amateur and Para-cycling Road National Championships

North Lake Tahoe, Calif.

Jul 14-19

Mountain Bike National Championships (XC, Gravity, Enduro)

Mammoth Mtn., Calif.

Jul 21-26

Masters Track National Championships

Rock Hill, S.C.

Aug 4-9

Elite and Juniors Track National Championships

Carson, Calif.

Sep 9-13

Masters Road National Championships

Ogden, Utah

Sep 17-19

Collegiate Track National Championships


Oct 23-25

Collegiate Mountain Bike National Championships

Snowshoe Mtn., W.V.





BMX Racing News - Thursday - October 16, 2014

Canadian BMX Grands Series Video Trailer!
Hey, sports fans! Check it out.....It's the trailer for a 3 video series covering the Canadian Grands that took place this past weekend.

The video series is going to be ready to rock in November, so keep an eye out here at BMX Mania Dot Com for some hot BMXin' from Canada, cuz we'll have the whole series.

The official Canadian Grands video is brought to you by BMXCanada/BMXUSA, Yess BMX and Extreme.

Good stuff from Gordon More at Match Strike Digital Media.

The official link = Race Report UCI BMX SX Chula Vista and National race in Erp

From Dutch SuperPro BMXer, Raymon van der Biezen.....The track at the last UCI BMX SX in Chula Vista scared me and some good racing at the last National race in Erp, the Netherlands…

About 3 weeks ago we had the last UCI BMX Supercross (World Cup) race in Chula Vista, USA. I rode that track 2 years ago during a training camp. Nothing changed, but during practice before this race I got scared. Normally when I ride my bike I decide how to ride every jump on the track… In Chula Vista I couldn’t really control my bike the way I wanted to, because some jumps had a weird kick to them, especially on the third straight!

This time I had to do time-trials because I was ranked top 16. Somehow I pulled off a decent lap and got 10th place in TT. Normally I wouldn’t be satisfied with this result, but considering my fear for this track I was happy.

The next day racing was on. In the 1/8 finales I had some nice battles with my teammate Twan v Gendt and Tre Whyte from Great Britain. My start and first straight felt strong, but I was to thoughtful riding the rest of the track. I made it easily to the quarterfinal. My start was great, unfortunately I came up short at the second jump and lost my top speed. I rode in 6th position and wasn’t able to pass anyone because I was to thoughtful… I can tell you I never raced with this kind of feeling before, but on this level it’s mentally damn hard to do what you have to do when you are scared! Congratulations to the podium finishers.

We flew back home on Monday, had an easy training week and raced the last National race at my home track in Erp. Unfortunately I don’t really ride this track very often, because I’m training at Papendal fulltime. It’s nice technical track and all my teammates and other Dutch riders showed up at the race. We all had some nice battles going on in the heat races and semi final. I felt really tired all day, probably from my jetlag coming back from the U.S. We had a strong final. After a bad start I was back in 8th position, but I made some aggressive moves and got 5th after a close finish with Joris Harmsen who got 4th. I was disappointed, but I did the best I could.

The 2014 season is over. Not the results I was looking for, but I’m happy to end this season without any injuries besides my lower back. The team and I have 3 weeks off before we start preparing ourselves for 2015. I like to make some X-rays or scans to see how my wrist and lower back is doing at this point. From there my doctor, physiotherapist, trainers and I will see what I can do to get ready for next season.

Check Raymon out at




BMX Racing News - Monday - October 13, 2014

Chase Bicycles Race Report ..... USA BMX Gold Cup EAST/SX event
The Chase Factory Team riders Connor Fields and Joris Daudet, were joined by supported riders Melinda McLeod, Sifiso Nhalpo, Jamie Staff, and Renato Rezende made the trip to Rock Hill, South Carolina for the USA BMX Gold Cup Finals East event, which was a pro series, and the first USA BMX Supercross event.

The Rock Hill facility is state of the art for BMX racing, with both the 8 meter and 5 meter starting hills, and an incredible track built by Elite Trax. The city of Rock Hill had pulled out all the stops to have the premier BMX track in the USA and looking back to all that was built in South Carolina, they have exceeded the expectations of many and have done a great job of bringing the sport of Supercross BMX to the spotlight it so much deserves. If you are anywhere near this facility, we suggest you go and see if for yourself! More info on Rock Hill can be found here.

The only thing the City of Rock Hill could not control was the weather. Friday was just perfect, but as the races kicked off on Saturday the rains were headed in the direction of the track and they would hit, just as the main events were to start. With the Elite riders taking to a 8 meter high starting hill and the large jumps on the track, the Main events for the Elite Men and Women were postponed until Sunday morning, so the conditions would be safer for the riders.

The Elite Men's class was stacked with the start of BMX and Connor Fields had a firm hold in that group of riders. Connor had a great weekend with making the main event both days finishing 3rd on Day #1 and 4th in Day #2. Connor rode consistent and strong and now sits 3rd overall in the USA BMX overall rankings.

Joris Daudet was looking good both days, but he was only able to advance onto the semis both days.

Melinda McLeod stuck around the USA after the UCI BMX World Cup finals to race her first weekend ever of the USA BMX Pro Series tour and with two 3rd place finishes in Rock Hill, she continued on her podium performances she has been solidly putting in this 2014 BMX season.

Jamie Staff was on hand at the Rock Hill facility to not only support the USA Cycling riders and help further promote the USAC Jr Development program, but he also put some time on the track. Jamie was 2nd both days in the Vet Pro class and this now throws him into the overall title hunt for the 2014 season. Not too bad for a part time BMX racer.

The team now has a weekend off before heading to Orlando, Florida for the last weekend of the regular USA BMX Pro series tour, for the Disney Cup. We are excited to be joined by the DHR team in Florida for one of the best weekends of BMX racing all year long!

The Chase Bicycles Factory Team is proudly sponsored by Shimano, Tioga, Fly Racing, ODI, Kicker Audio, KMC, Elevn, Excess, Insight, Kingstar, Stealth, Vans, and G-Form.

Chase BMX offers some of the worlds best BMX race frames, the RSP Series, as well as 2 lines of complete bikes, the Chase Element and Chase Edge.

Visit for more info on the line of frames and bikes. Chase BMX is a division of the BMX Racing Group along with Elevn, Excess, Insight, and Kingstar. For More info on any of the BRG Brands, as well as the race teams schedule, please visit

About BMX Racing Group
The BMX Racing Group delivers a full range of BMX Racing products, highlighted by the Chase BMX Brand. Other brands of BRG: Elevn Racing, Excess, Insight, and Kingstar. Founded by legendary BMX Pro racer Christophe Leveque and Industry leader Pete Dylewski, BRG has delivered some of the best BMX products for racers over the past 3 years and supports BMX racing on all levels.

Twitter: @BMXRacingGroup

Instagram: @BMXRacingGroup @ChaseBicycles

MotoUp to gear up with Alias MX for 2015
MotoUp is pleased to announce that it has reached a sponsorship agreement with Alias MX for 2015.

The sponsorship will be for our factory and grassroots BMX teams. "We are excited to work with Alias in the coming year" said MotoUp's Chris Morgan " they are a well established brand in motorcross, and as they expand to the sport of BMX, we are pleased to promote them with our factory and grassroots riders.

MotoUp factory riders will be debuting in the new gear later this month.

Alias joins the list of MotoUp sponsors which include SE Bikes, Maxxis, BOX, Promax,and ODI.





BMX Racing News - weekend update - October 10-12, 2014

Redline BMX Race Lookbook Features 2015 Redline BMX Race Rides!
Hey, BMX Race Fans! Check out the hot new 2015 Redline BMX Race line of BMX Racing Machines. The news bikes and frames are IN and ready for you to claim your ride, so check out the new Redline BMX Race Lookbook and find the Speed You Need to claim your share of BMX Racing Glory!




BMX Racing News - Wednesday/Thursday - October 8/9, 2014

Turbo BMX Picks Up New Riders!
Turbo Bike Co. would like to announce that they have added Brock Hollis (36-40 men) and Tristen Knight (16 Boys) to the Turbo Bikes USA Factory Team.

Tristen celebrated his Turbo Bikes team debut with three wins in Arkansas. His bike was finished being built the day he arrived in Arkansas on the 19th. Having never ridden the bike, Tristen finished in 1st place on all three races.

Recently, Tristen raced his local track and he finished in 1st place as well. Brock Hollis also celebrated his Turbo Bike team debut in a similar manner in Arkansas when he took first in 36-40 men. Both riders are mounted on the Turbo Bike Co. pro alloy frames.

Keep your eyes out for the new Turbo Bikes 2015 Renegade Stem in 48mm and 53mm reach, and the new Turbo lock-on hand-Granade grips.

If you are interested in the Turbo Bikes grassroots program, please contact Turbo Bikes direct on email For more information go to .

Crupi BMX Factory Team Is Ready To Rock!
Crupi BMX is rebuilding a new Factory Team for 2015 to join existing team riders Anna Johnson and Colin Whittington and in Crupi's first move, they name Gary Whittington as Factory Team Manager (yes, Colin's Father) to start building this new team.

Crupi is excited to have Gary who has many years of experience as a "Factory Dad" as well as experience running his successful Crupi Team Green Texas team.

Crupi's goal is to start the new team with just a handful of top riders so if you are in the top NAG 5 standings and are looking for a quality team program for 2015, contact Crupi or Gary Whittington directly at .


For more Crupi BMX, check it all out at





BMX Racing News - Tuesday - October 7, 2014

CGI Selected for 2014 Interbike Award for BMX Innovation of the Year
CGI (Cycle Group Inc.) is proud to announce that it received the 2014 Interbike Award for BMX Innovation of the Year for its BOX Maximus handlebars and Delta stem.

Selected by the editors at BMX Plus! magazine, the bars and stems feature a 31.8 mm clamping diameter. Although the concept of making the bar/stem clamp area larger is not new to cycling, or even to BMX, the Maximus/Delta combination is the first to successfully feature the design in a lightweight butted chromoly bar and lightweight alloy stem.

“It’s a real honor to get the Interbike Award. We believe strongly in the advantages of the Maximus/Delta combo. Every rider who has used it has given us overwhelmingly positive feedback. Many won’t change bar/stem combos if you paid them. And I mean that literally. It is a bonus that the generally skeptical editors at BMX Plus! recognize the bar and stem as beneficial and innovative,” said Michael Gamstetter, CGI’s senior brand manager and senior product designer.

More and more of the world’s top riders are asking to ride BOX Delta stems and Maximus and Maximus Rusty bars. Why? Because they know the 31.8 clamp diameter of the bars and proprietary tapered tubing profile vastly improves stiffness over traditional 22.2 bars. This added stiffness translates into better gate snaps and pull down the first straight and improved confidence while jumping.

Who’s using Delta-Maximus? Marc Willers, Kory Cook, Teagan O’Keefe*, Barry Nobles*, Caroline Buchanan, Tommy Zula, Damien Godet, Twan van Gendt, Jelle van Gorkom, Raymon van der Biezen, Laura Smulders, Merle van Benthem, Roy van den Berg, Martin Jaspers, Niek Kimmann, Shanaze Reade, Matt Pohlkamp, Kurt Pickard, Sarah Walker, Matt Cameron, Trent Jones, Quentin Caleyron, Donny Robinson, Bodie Turner, Rachel Jones, Corey Reid, Ashley Verhagen, Austin Hiatt, Rusty Nesvig, Bryce Hocking*, Walker Finch*, Andrew Townsend*, Kevin Pauls, Kristian Cooper, Lain Van Ogle, Kelsey Van Ogle, Shelby Stacy, Daichi Yamaguchi, Arielle Martin, Tyler Brown, Justin Wike, Dylan Cooley, Mike Weatherford, Manon Valentino, Yoshitaku Nagasako. . .

Maximus bars are available in 5.5, 6.5, 7, 7.5, 8 and 8.5-inch rises with 7 degrees back sweep and 2 degrees up sweep. Maximus Rusty available in 8- and 8.5-inch rises with 3 degrees backs weep and 2 degrees up sweep.

CGI recently began selling two 31.8 stems under the Promax name. The Impact 31.8 is a top load stem available in 48, 53 and 60 lenghts. The Bnager is a front load stem available in 48 and 53 lengths.

*Riders using the new Promax Impact or Banger 31.8 stems instead of the BOX Delta stem.

BMX Racing Interview with James Palmer and Alex Tougas from Team Canada & Team Yess

Go up Canada Way with Yess BMX Factory hot shots, James Palmer and Alex Tougas as they give the low down on their dreams and goals in BMX......Die Hard BMXers!





BMX Racing News - weekend update - October 3-5, 2014

Kevin MacCuish Appointed as New UCI BMX coordinator
Kevin MacCuish will join the Off-Road section in the Sport and Technical department as the new BMX coordinator, replacing Ellen Bollansée (she will finish her UCI mission on 31st October 2014).

Kevin was formerly an international BMX and Mountain Bike commissaire and commissaire instructor, with experience at Olympics, World Championships and World Cup events.

Also, he formerly organized several events including a UCI BMX Supercross World Cup.

For the last two years he has worked independently as a sport consultant, and before that, he worked in cycling for several provincial federations in Canada, and also as a member of technical commissions for Cycling Canada.

He will be based at the UCI office, and will begin work on Monday, 6 October.

Ellen Bollansee Leaves UCI BMX Coordinator Post

From UCI BMX Coordinator, Ellen Bollansee - I want to thank the whole BMX community for the very constructive and good collaboration in the past years. For three and a half years I have worked with the UCI to improve the sport of BMX.

Driven by the passion for the sport that I've been practicing since my early youth, I am proud to have been a part of leading the sport in the London Olympics, 4 World Championship, numerous world cups and other events. My main focus was to go back to the roots of the sport, create a more professional sport and regain respect for all people working in the sport; riders, coaches, commissaires, staff,… I enjoyed working closely with organizers and staff to improve events. I focused on competition guidelines for the sport and for BMX tracks. This to ensure the development of tracks that meet certified standards around the world. One of the main goals was to make the sport understandable and this was received well by TV Broadcasters. I've seen things evolving in the good direction and have had the chance to help new possible Olympic sports emerging.

During my time at UCI BMX I have met many interesting people and have always worked in very good relations. Taking the decision to quit the UCI was a tough decision, but I've decided to change one passion for another. My path within the sport will continue but with less travelling around the world to be able to spend more time with my family and three young children. I am sure I can continue to pass on my knowledge and experience I had as a rider, coach, organizer and BMX coordinator to many other people.

I would like to thank each and every one to be a part in all of this.

For your information: Curriculum in BMX - Ellen Bollansée:

1984-2004 BMX Racing Career

*Silver medallist Elite Women - 2000 UCI BMX World Championships Argentina

*2 x European champion in Elite

*Bronze medallist juniors - 1997 UCI BMX World Championships Canada

*1 x European champion in Juniors

*2 x European challenge champion

*2 x World challenge champion


2004-2011 National BMX coach Belgian Cycling Federation

*Bronze medallist in Elite

*Multiple top 3 with Challenge riders 15-16

*Development and Elite team

2011-2014 UCI BMX coordinator

*2012 London Olympic Games

*2011 UCI BMX World Championships Copenhagen (DEN)

*2012 UCI BMX World Championships Birmingham (GBR)

*2013 UCI BMX World Championships Auckland (NZL)

*2014 UCI BMX World Championships Rotterdam (NED)

If you would like to contact Ellen regarding personal best wishes or have ideas about possible coordinating with her on high level BMX activities, you can contact her at the following email.






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