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BMX racing news, Thursday - July 21, 2011

Hot New Team Formed ..... Scheels Team Storm – Linder Trained

Riders and Racing enthusiasts!Scheels Team Storm, a Midwest Bike Shop team whose team headquarters resides in Minnesota, and Linder Trained Racing based out of Oregon are pleased to announce the merging of their two great teams! 

With an agreement that was reached between Roger Linder – Founder of “Linder Trained Racing” and Bob Glarner – Founder of “Scheels Team Storm”, the squad will now carry the name “Scheels Team Storm – Linder Trained”.  

Roger Linder, a former World Champion, comes to the team with over 33 years of BMX racing experience both on and off the track.

Team owner Bob Glarner and Roger Linder are excited about the prospect of the merger and the many great things that will be possible for the riders.  

According to Bob Glarner, adding this educational piece of the puzzle is key to the development of our riders. In addition to the already powerful Storm squad, six more riders will be added from the Linder Trained team banner making Team Storm even deeper with talent. 

Scheels Team Storm - Linder Trained is committed to helping its stable of riders achieve their maximum potential, developing riders within our team, and providing the greatest possible service to the fine sponsors.

The team believes that with the addition of the Linder Trained program to our current sponsors– Scheels, VSI, Angie’s Kettle Corn, ALUMA Trailer, Snell Power Sports, Whisper Shots Aerial Photography, BLK Electric Inc, Computer Bobs Inc, Security Self Storage, and Orthopedic and Sports Medicine we will push our riders to reach there maximum potential. 

Watch for Scheels Team Storm – Linder Trained” riders at up-coming Nationals in MN and Portage IN.  For additional information about Scheels Team Storm – Linder Trained please visit our fan page on FaceBook

Team Storm – Linder Trained Bike Shop Riders: Carissa Miller (4n) ... Brock Smith (4i) ... Ben Miller (8X) ... Christina Riedemann (9G) ... Brody Smith (10X) ... Kyle Johnson (10X) ... Abby Miller (11G) ... Olivia Armstrong (11G) ... Robby Glarner (11i) ... Brendan Smith (12i) ... Tyler York (12X) ... Taylor Riedemann (13X) ... Michael Newgen (13X) ... Thomas Luce (14i) ... Brelyn Swendseid (15G) ... Dylan Riedemann (15X) ... Jamie Glarner (15X) ... Logan Grace (16X) ... Cody Linder (17X) ... Derik Hitesman (19X)






BMX racing news, Wednesday - July 20, 2011

The Vendetta, Thomas Hamon Signature, American Bar!

Introducing the very first Vendetta Racing Signature component: The American Bar Thomas HAMON Signature Chrome !!!

Chromo Japan, 100% 2020 FPHT, Height : 8", Width : 28", Upsweep: 1° Backsweep : 12° Colors : chrome only!

Weight : 678 grams (23 ounces)

Our American Bar is currently riden by the European Champion with Joris DAUDET in the elite men's category, it's also on the bike of the 3 times French Champion with Thomas HAMON (2009-2010) and Joris (2011) also in elite men category.....AND it's currently being styled by the 2010 World Champion with Sylvain ANDRE in the Junior Men's category ..... Yeah !!

Vendetta Racing Team

CycleCraft's Jeff Upshaw, On Tour To South Park & Evansville

CycleCraft Factory Pro Jeff 'Upshizzle' Upshaw goes to South Park PA with one thing on his mind WIN! Class was small but Upshizzle made the most of it, had a great weekend on the bike enjoyed PA and all the hard work that went in to a great race. Sat was so cool took all 1's motos and then the final for a solid day. Sunday would be as well got some work in as they combined class still pulled out 1's in motos and a big win in the main event.

Evansville IN would be another fine weekend for Jeff and Factory CycleCraft. The Track was great, and the folks putting on the event made it a fun weekend for all. Upshizzle came away with wins Sat and Sun in motos ,and mains. Jeff has been riding hard and doing us all proud. Great JOB!

The Balance of the Factory squad has been all over and getting ready for Worlds, NBL and ABA Grands and there local state seasons as well, all of them are doing a fine job on and off the track . we would like to take a moment to also say a great job to the Mid West and the New South East Team of CycleCraft riders showing the USA who they are on the track.

Great things going on at Factory CycleCraft Head Quartered in Daytona / Ormond Beach Florida we are looking forward to October and the Disney Cup in our home state.

The Cyclecraft BMX team is successfully supported by the best co-sponsors in the world, including: Profile Racing (, Answer BMX (, Kenda Tires and Tubes (, No Fear (, Fly Racing (, Alienation BMX (, MCS Bicycles (, UGP (, Animal Customs (, 24/Seven Graphics (, HRP designs (, JW Bicycle Products (, Toyota of Daytona (, PowerAde (






BMX racing news, Tuesday - July 19, 2011

ACE Bike Shop National Team’

Wins at USABMX inaugural weekend!


The ACE Bike Shop National Team made their way to beautiful Warsaw Indiana on June 25-26th, to compete in the inaugural USABMX race, and we won our first National Team race of 2011, on day 2!

Our first main event winner was 14x Eric Schmidt, followed by our 14x Dakotah Helton for 3rd place, and the big bonus points!

Sydney Allen was next with a big win in 9 Girls, followed by our SuperGirl Taylor Thomison winning the 17-18 Girls class! Nice!

On day 1, our Team NBL team placed 3rd, with Dylan Coady winning 14 Challenger, Mason Wasilewski 2nd in 10 Challenger, Virginia ‘The Missle’ Lingham winning 26-41 Ladies, Quick Quinn Latham 3rd in 5-6 Challenger, and Jordy Murray 3rd in 15x.

Also kicking bootie for the weekend were Crashin’ Clayre Helton, Skyler Prather, Logan and Talon Tapscott, Maddie and Mason Poole, Dakotah Walker, Brad Kincaid, Zach Hooper and Jacob Smith.

Next stop, Evansville; where we won last year on day two also!

We would like to Thank our 2011 sponsors, Redline Bicycles, Fox Racing, and Pete @ The ACE Bike Shop.




Don't miss this one! This could be the last NBL style Grands EVER!

Tampa BMX has negotiated an awesome rate with the Hyatt Place Hotel in Louisville, KY for the Grands! 5 MILES OR 12 MINUTES FROM THE TRACK! Join your friends from Tampa BMX and take advantage of this spectacular deal! Email us through the contact us button on when you have made your reservation and we will add you and your party to the invitation only FREE PIZZA NIGHT on Friday September 2nd! We have a meeting room reserved just for the Pizza Party! To take advantage of this deal you must make your reservation by August 9th.

Here's the deal...


701 South Hurstbourne Parkway
Louisville, KY 40222

$79 per night

For Reservations call: 888-492-8847 and use group code TAMPA BMX


Here's what you get:

·                 100% Smoke Free Hotel

·                 Complimentary Wi-Fi

·                 Complimentary Continental Breakfast

·                 Outdoor Swimming Pool

·                 Grab ‘n Go Case with muffins, sandwiches & salads

·                 24/7 Guest Kitchen serving made to order snacks & entrees

·                 E-room with complimentary computers and printer

·                 42" Flat-Panel TV in each room

·                 2 double beds in each room

·                 Cozy Corner oversized sleeper sofa in each room



SpeedTech Continues Winning Streak @ Old Dominion Nats!

The speedTech crew rolled into to city by the bay with almost a full roster. 

Charlie Biggs, Ian Noerenberg, John Noerenberg, Steven Penland, Jake Pischke, Mikey Hewitt, TyGibbs, Kevin Ortiz, Jamie Ortiz, Bryce Easter, Dylan Dellinger & Emeligh Larson all were on hand looking for NAG points!

Many of the crew took podium finishes & wins in route to SpeedTech’s 1st place finish in Bike Shop on Saturday. 

The crew  edged out a victory by  1 point over the always  potent Deluxx Bicycles crew.

Sunday the crew came out firing on all cylinders once again with most of the team qualifying out of the mottos in the 1st round. 

Between rounds the crew could be found in the pit area hanging out & staying hydrated.  (Thanks to the Hampton crew for pit spot next to the porta potties…hahahahaha) 

Come main event time everyone was ready to rock. 

Leading the charge was John Noernberg who would win an epic Battle in 40-44 cruiser. 

This is John’s 1st win after bunch of podiums. 

Not to be outdone by dad, Ian Noerenberg broke out of his shell & took a 2nd in 14 Expert…Ian’s been training hard & the it’s starting to come together for him…Emeligh Larson would also double down on wins in Class & Cruiser.

Bryce Easter would come up little short of another double/double, but a 1st in 10 Cruiser & 2nd in 10Expert wasn’t shabby at all….Also holding it down for the SpeedTech Brat Pack was Ty Gibbs taking down another win in 8 cruiser & Charlie Biggs taking down the win in 7 Inter & Open. 

Charlie is a sneeze away from the expert group and he’s been training his rear end off in preparation for the move. 

Dylan Dellinger also made another competitive 9X main cruising through mottos & semi’s.

The team would end up 2nd on Sunday in Bike Shop, but the weekend was just what the SpeedTech faithful came to do. 

The weekend’s points pushed the team up to 10th in the overall standings with one more score to add & few low ones to drop. 

The crew’s next race will be on home soil at Burlington BMX in July.

Huge Thanks to our sponsors: Shift / Thalle Construction / Powers Bike Shop / Rennen / HRP / Kovachi





BMX racing news, Monday - July 18, 2011

FLY Racing Unveils 2012 BMX Collection

BOISE, ID ­­– July 15, 2011 – FLY Racing is proud to unveil another exciting and innovative collection with the launch of its 2012 line of racewear, helmets, protective products and casual wear.

You can view FLY Racing’s complete 2012 collection now by visiting

Also look for these products to be on the back of your favorite FLY supported riders like Tyler Brown, Barry Nobles, and Conner Fields in the weeks to come.

While there are a few 2012 items available now, such as the Kinetic Pro Series Helmets, you can expect to see all the new items available in your local dealers or at your favorite mail order over the next several weeks.

Caroline Buchanan June Video Blog!
What's Caroline been up to? Lots of cool stuff, getting ready for the UCI BMX World Championships in Copenhagen, Denmark. Racing in Rockford, Baseball in Chicago and chillin' in California. Check it out above on Caroline's Yahoo Video Blog. ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZIP!










BMX racing news, weekend edition - July 16-17, 2011

Race Report: Speed BMX's, Marc Willers Wins in Papendal

Here's a good story for you.....The BIG Bad UCI SX race at the Dutch Olympic Training Center in Papendal was one of the wildest ever, with a LONNNNNG crazy track, wild weather and what some have said was a 'home track advantage' to the already powerful Dutch Team.

Well.....Marc Willers pulled out a HUGE win and here's the story, straight from the man hisself, 'Chillers'.

Marc had lots to be worried about. He had a 'not the best' Time Trials, then in his second moto/1/8th, he had a really rough time in the 'S-Turn', unclipping and nearly swerving off the track.

All of that could have turned a lesser rider around, but Marc dug deep, overcame some of the greatest BMX riders in the world and pulled off a tremendous win.

Here's the story......Well I finally managed to get the win! I wouldn’t say I put together a clean lap, but I got the win!

Papendal, the Netherlands, was the site of the Supercross World Cup Number 2. The track was rumored to be similar to the London Olympic track, so everybody was keen to have a crack at it. The track itself looked like a lot of fun, but more so for training and solo runs rather than racing eight deep.

The track had everything an Olympic medal should be decided on: a MASSIVE first straight, BIG second straight pro doubles, which went into a questionable hip/S-bend/into-box-jump/into-weird-drop-off. Then there was a grueling dig for speed to get down the extremely technical third straight rhythm section and then onto the deep last straight. Not to forget the track is 75 meters longer than the 35 years of BMX rules have allowed them to be. Needless to say, it was a burn.

If the sheer size of the track wasn’t daunting enough, Mother Nature decided to do her best to kill off any skeptics, and that she did. The wind was horrific all week and every time we started a lap it would be blowing a different way. With the elevation changes of the track, one minute it was dead calm when you were down below the face of a jump, and then the second you took off, you could be blown in any direction.

Racing was crazy. I’ll be the first to admit I was scared and after the second round of motos I was having doubts and thinking of pulling the pin. I managed to clear my head and put together a solid third lap with a win. The quarterfinal went smoothly and I got another win. By now the body was really starting to feel the hurt. I hadn’t managed to put a clean lap together yet, which meant I was only making it harder for myself, as keeping your flow on a track like this is essential.

Not having been beaten down the first straight all week, I felt I could get the job done from a slightly outside lane when I couldn’t get my favorite Lane 1. Leading into the first turn in the Semi, Holland’s Jelle Van Gorkom took a sharp inside line and pulled off a nice move to take over the lead. With such a tight line, though, he struggled for speed over the first pro double and came up short.

I went to the right in case it got nasty, but USA’s Corben Sharrah poked his wheel up the inside over the second jump. I saw him coming and with the S-bend heading his direction it was about to get tight. I had a slight lead as we jumped and, sadly, he fell victim to the poorly designed hip jump and went over the back of me. If it weren’t for that part of the track, it would have been a much better race. When good side-by-side racing ends up like that and ruins the day for one of the best riders in the world, then something ain’t right.

The main event couldn’t have come any sooner as the clouds opened literally as soon as the start call began. We all got out of the gate evenly so it was time to do work. Getting a slight lead over the first jump I managed to increase it by a bike length or so into the first corner. Australia’s Sam Willoughby went for an inside line, but lost his grip. I had an immediate flash back to the World Championships main last year. From then on, I put together my best lap of the day and crossed the line for my first World Cup win in nearly four years.

I want to give a massive thanks to all my sponsors and supporters Speed Bicycles, THE, Sinz Elite, ITS, Swatch Watches, Shimano, Bikenz and SPARC.

2011 UCI BMX Supercross

in Sarasota cancelled

14 July 2011 - The UCI and Global SX Events Inc. announced yesterday that the 4th leg of the 2011 UCI BMX Supercross World Cup, scheduled for 16-17 September 2011 in Sarasota Florida (USA), has unfortunately been cancelled and will not be replaced.

The local organizer, Sarasota County has decided to withdraw from the organization of this event.

“Sarasota was indeed a great location for a BMX Supercross World Cup, and up until this point we were impressed with their plans for BMX” says Johan Lindstrom, CEO of Global SX Events Inc. “The disappointment is obviously that we are convinced that this could have been resolved if Sarasota County had been more diligent in addressing pending issues.”

UCI President, Pat McQuaid expressed his disappointment at the cancellation today which he termed as a “real blow for the whole BMX family.”

He reiterated the importance of the series in the UCI calendar. “The 2011 UCI BMX Supercross World Cup has seen exceptional growth this season, in terms of participation, on-site spectator numbers and TV viewing ” McQuaid said.

“The series has continued to grow in strength throughout 2011 and the UCI is very pleased with the unprecedented growth in the BMX discipline. It is our fastest growing Olympic cycling discipline” he added.

The next leg three of the UCI BMX Supercross will be held in the Olympic venue in London next month.

The updated 2011 UCI BMX Supercross World Cup calendar:
8-9 April 2011 Round 1 Pietermaritzburg, South Africa
27-28 May 2011 Round 2 Papendal, Netherlands
19-20 Aug 2011 Round 3 London, Great Britain
30 Sep-1 Oct 2011 Round 5
Chula Vista CA, USA

Check Out Marc Willers, Speed Factory / UCI Worlds Edition Bike!

Check out the factory rocket that Speed BMX just did for their Factory Superstar, Marc Willers for the Worlds.

The wheels are 20-mil front and rear, with a one-off, custom Ryan Hollows/Race Ceramics freewheel/rear hub laced to Sinz Elite Pro rim and a stock Sinz Elite 20-mil iHub wheel up front. Marc will use the frame and fork and wheels for racing at the UCI Worlds. The other parts are a mix of new stuff for 2012 and some stuff that they had around the Speed office to beat the deadline of a photo shoot.

New for 2012 are the black Sinz Elite XXX cranks (also available in red, white, blue); Sinz Elite Pro BB with tapered roller bearings (currently available) and Sinz Integrated Headset in white (also currently available).

Also, note, prototype number plate.

Helmet is a THE T2 Knight with custom stickers.

There's a good chance this paint job, minus the chrome stickers and New Zealand graphic references, will make it into the 2012 product line.

Click on the little pix to get up close and personal with Marc and his bike.

Latin American Riders Trainin' in france For The Worlds!

LatinAmerican and Caribbean riders flew in to France, to the Dardilly Track for training and preparation for the UCI BMX World Championships coming up 27-30 July in Copenhagen.

With the Venezuelan Coach Pedro Estaba in charge, the riders coming from Chile, Aruba, Curaçao and Venezuela are strong and Ready!


BMX Lyon-Dardilly July 2011 from Stefany Hernandez on Vimeo.

USA Cycling announces BMX Worlds Championship Start Lists

Colorado Springs, Colo. (July 15, 2011) – USA Cycling published today the championship class roster of U.S. riders for the 2011 UCI BMX World Championships.


Elite Men - #24 Sharrah Corben TUCSON AZ ..... #64 Long Nic LAKESIDE CA ..... #11 Fields Connor HENDERSON NV ..... #365 Day Mike SAN DIEGO CA ..... #80 Herman David WHEAT RIDGE CO ..... #187 Garcia Jared VICTORVILLE CA ..... 86 Anthony Alex SAUGUS CA ..... #26 Stein Denzel DESOTO TX ..... #911 Ohrazda Travis GARDEN GROVE CA ..... #916 Peebles Jake CHICO CA ..... #75 Bradford Joey MONTEREY CA ..... Cook Kory TUSTIN CA ..... #954 Faoro Tyler CORAL SPRINGS FL ..... Woodmansee Johnny BUCKEYE AZ ..... #61 Meyers Josh TREASURE ISLAND FL ..... #95 Nobles Barry WETUMPKA AL ..... #101 Harris Bubba  SURPRISE AZ ..... #98 Rogers Jason MESQUITE TX ..... #10 Robinson Donny NAPA CA ..... 171484 88 Bennett Kyle CONROE TX
Elite Women - #11 Post Alise SAINT CLOUD MN ..... #15 Martin Arielle SPANAWAY WA ..... #39 Carr Amanda PUNTA GORDA FL ..... #31 Geving Amanda LARGO FL ..... Daniels Dominique GILBERT AZ ..... #121 Verhagen Ashley SIMI VALLEY CA ..... #24 Patterson Michele LA MIRADA CA
Junior Men - Nesvig Rusty SAN DIEGO CA ..... Hiatt Austin FRESNO CA ..... Van Ogle Lain AUBURN WA ..... Padilla Nate LAKEWOOD CA ..... Birmingham Dan HAMPTON VA ..... Loebe Austin DOVER DE ..... Posey Justin WINSTON SALEM NC ..... Wassenaar Paul BELLFLOWER CA ..... Koehler Nic TUSTIN CA
Junior Women - Crain Brooke VISALIA CA ..... George Dani PALMDALE CA ..... Stacy Shelby BAKERSFIELD CA

This list represents all elite riders, including elite men and women as well as junior men and women, who will compete at the UCI BMX World Championships which are scheduled for July 25-31 in Copenhagen, Denmark.

View the complete championship class start list.

USA Cycling previously named both the challenge class roster and the championship class’ funded U.S. national team for the UCI BMX World Championships on July 1.

For more information, visit USA Cycling’s UCI BMX World Championships webpage.

Factory Felt/SC Actionsports team Rules In South Park

South Park has always been the track to test your mettle and this past weekend it proved it once again. The Factory Felt / SC Actionsports team went in to test themselves against one of the gnarliest tracks in the country.

The track did take a bite out of us in the name of Meredith Lidstone in the second moto of the weekend Meredith went over the bars down the front straight and face planted causing a laceration over her eye which took 8 stitches to close. Everyone knows Meredith is as tough as nails and will back soon enough.

On a good note Victor Behm 17X/Cr was putting on a clinic over the two pro jumps on both 20" and cruiser. Victor finished the weekend with two wins on cruiser and a 2nd on 20". Dylan Perez 18X was going fast all weekend and just couldn't find his way into the main.

Anthony Catlow 13X was simply on fire dominating the competition all weekend with perfects both days. Ricky Castro 10x/cr acme all the way in from NorCal just to see what all the hype was about South Park and was very impressive taking wins both days on cruiser and a 2nd on day#1 and winning day#2 on 20".

Gabe Hatem 10x was battling Ricky all weekend on 20" and swapped wins for the weekend. These two are not only super competitive with each other but are best of friends off the track. Marcus Christopher 8x/cr took on some of the best 8x's and showed why he needs to be recognized as one of the best 8x's in the country.

Marcus finished the weekend with double perfects on cruiser and a 1st and 2nd on 20". Samantha Brown 15G battled hard all weekend and took home a 2nd on day#1 and a win on day#2 nice job SamWoWW!

The race of the weekend had to go to our very own Alaina Henderson Elite Women who was battling Brooke Crain and was able to STICK a jump pass into the second turn that bought the crowd to their feet! Just about everyone there was convinced that that move was impossible to make without severe consequences and Alaina proved them all wrong. It was an insane move by a very determined talented rider. She went on to win both days.

The Factory Felt/SC Actionsports team kept their streak going with their seventh national team win in a row scoring 323 pts on day#1 and 325 pts on day#2. Big props to the South Park staff and track operator for having the track race ready after a torrential rain fall on friday. The new track design was incredible and the added pro jump coming out of the second turn was crazy!

I would like to thank all our sponsors that help us make this happen...Alan Foster at FeltBMX, Scotty Cranmer at SC Actionsports, Gus at Profile Racing, Ray at Fly Racing, Pete at BRG, RiderzReady, Vans, JohnsonBMX.

Photos courtesy of McMeans BMX Photos.

Stay Strong's Darryn Goodwin, Tearin' It Up In Euro Jr. Men!
Darryn Goodwin finished his Euro campaign with another two STRONG podium finishes at the European Championship Final rounds in Haaksbergen, Netherlands.

Cleaning up on day 1 winning all his laps coming from second down the last straight for a photo finish just edging out Alfredo Campo from Ecuador on the line in a very exciting final.

Darryn looked comfortable on Day 2 winning laps again but finished out the main in 3rd place behind newly crowed European Champion Benjamin Jansens from France who put a solid perfect lap together winning the main event and the overall title.

The French have been dominant in the Jr Men’s class this season but Darryn still managed to win 3 of the last 4 rounds.

His overall results in the series were 3 wins, 3 seconds and 2 thirds.

His consistency put him the on top of the Junior UCI points standings after the European Championships.

It’s now only two weeks until “The Big Show” in Copenhagen where Darryn will be looking to take STAY STRONG and Australia to the top step of the World podium in what will be undoubtedly a great week of race action over in Denmark. Stay tuned!

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BMX racing news, Wednesday - July 13, 2011

New Rhythm "Section" Wheels n Hubs From Crupi!

Baldwin Park, California – Crupi Parts, Inc is proud to announce the release of the new Rhythm Section Wheel and hub sets. The first edition of Rhythm wheels and hubs were so successful that we made the new wheels and hubs a priority to make them even better than before!


Rhythm "Section" hub sets are considered the most "user friendly" cassette hub on the market! The driver has been seriously upgraded and now features a new Micro-Drive system that has 204 points of engagement. The benefit to the multiple points of engagement is constant power at higher speeds where lower end hubs can give you interrupted engagements which may slow you down when you need power!. The hub also features an integrated bushing system which reduces weight and makes the hub even more durable. Check out the list of features this hub set has:

  • 6061 T-6 CNC Machined aluminum bodies

  • 204 actual points of engagement

  • The 4 cog spacers allow you to position the cog where it provides the best chain alignment

  • Hub set comes with a 16t Crupi Cog but is designed to work with any Shimano compatible cog and any Shimano type tool will remove the cog

  • All Rhythm front hubs are designed to be radial laced; if you want to!

  • MR24 (24H) front hubs feature an aluminum front axle & chromoly rear where the EXR28 and PRO36 hubs use chromoly axles throughout for strength

  • Aluminum drivers provide plenty of strength while keeping the weight down on our 24H and 28H models but the Pro 36H hub uses a chromoly driver making it stronger than ever!

  • The Pro hub has a solid axle which reduces flex and keeps the power going directly into your forward motion. This new Pro36 hub will rival any Pro hub on the market if not surpass it!

Our 2012 Rhythm Section wheels are now in stock and they are better than ever! Rhythm Section wheels feature our new micro-adjust Section hubs which have 3X the engagements as our previous model hubs making them stronger and quicker. New colors and graphics make them even look fast!


Visit your nearest dealer to see the new wheels or go to our website at to find all the details on them.

Two mains again for Moana Moo-Caille

at the two last Euro rounds in Netherland!

Last weekend took place the two last European rounds for Elite and Junior categories at Haaskbergen in Holland. The track was fast and with many jumps and many riders went there to finalize their preparation before the World Championship of this end of July. So it was not surprising to see some riders from outside Europe competing at this race like Columbian, Canadian, Australian….and even the World and Olympic Champion, Maris Stromberg was there to sign his come back after a long injury.

Mr Moana Moo-caille, our Prophecy team rider was there too, part of the French national team wearing the blue national jersey…Moana confirmed that he is more and more ready on his Prophecy BMX Scud carbon scoring two finals. Moana finished 5th Saturday after a bad start in final and to great 2nd place on Sunday following Mr Joris Daudet very close from his back wheel all around the track.

So Mr. Daudet gets a new victory in this championship and looks invincible even if Moana getting closer and closer…Congratulation to Mr Joris Daudet for this record of 12 victories consecutively on 12 rounds and congratulation to Moana for all his victories of the Sunday in qualification until the fabulous 2nd place inside this historical final!!!

Next race will be the World Championship in Copenhagen end of July, all our riders Joey Bradford, Moana Moo-caille and Henrik Baltzersen will be there to try to get this World title…Prophecy BMX will be there too…so if you see someone with a Prophecy BMX T-shirt go and see him to ask free stickers of your favorite brand….. 

1. Joris DAUDET (FRA), 2. Moana MOO CAILLE (PROPHECY BMX / FRA), 3. Raymon VAN DER BIEZEN (NED), 4. Edzus TREIMANIS (LAT), 5. Twan VAN GENDT (NED), 6. Jelle VAN GORKOM (NED), 7. Tory NYHAUG (CAN), 8. Rihads VEIDE (LAT)


Sunday Videos, Euro round number 12th :

*      Final: = Moana finishing 2nd.

*      ½ final:  = Moana finishing 1st.

*      ¼ final:  = Moana finishing 1st.

*      1/8 final:  = Moana finishing 1st.

Sponsors: Prophecy BMX, Cycles evasion, Elevn, KMC.














BMX racing news, Tuesday - July 12, 2011

The Beast, Tedesco's & South Park!

Join the Warren's as they ride from Florida thru the BMX countryside, to the NBL Grands in Louisville, Kentucky. This week, The Beast gets back in touch with some of BMX's best.....People and Tracks!

This past week has been a mixed bag of dog racing, drag racing, bike racing and bike pushing.

The Johnstown BMX track gave Coco (Our dog) the opportunity to race the final 2 straights while we waited for mains to be posted. Coco’s short stature didn’t stop her from jumping the doubles as she chased her mom, the Beast, to the finish line.

It was a crowd pleaser and made a great memory for us to keep, too.

While staying at the Keystone State Park, Westmoreland’s track director, Steve, called and let us know that we were only 5 miles from where Bob Tedesco manages a race car track.

Tedesco had been one of the Beast’s most supportive fans during her early career and the Beast was thrilled at the thought of seeing him.

She promptly instructed Frankenbutt to switch her clip pedals from her road bike to her race bike, fearing that Bob Tedesco might not recognize her without her race bike.

Wanna read more? Check it out by going here!










BMX racing news, Monday - July 11, 2011

Hot Rod Industry BMX Challenge

Saturday, August 6 · 5:00pm - 8:00pm

At Derby City BMX - Louisville, Kentucky
During The

42nd Annual NSRA Street Rod Nationals

Anyone entered or vending at the Street Rod Nationals can participate.

Bring your own bike or use one at the track.

Also featuring Pro/AM - Racing for $$$ and Open Races.

Anyone with a USABMX License can race this race!

Something for EVERYONE!!

Custom Award and Tons of Fun!!

For more info, contact Carrie Strange at this Facebook link.







BMX racing news, weekend update - July 8-10, 2011

Saturday!!!!! - Joris Daudet Wins

11th of 12 Euro Rounds!

Laëtitia is back!!!!!

French phenom, & UCI World #3, Joris Daudet continues his HUGE winning streak with a MAJOR Euro Rounds win, Saturday at Haaksbergen, NL.


Joris lofted his streak to an unheard of 11 of 11 wins.....One more win tomorrow makes it all 12! Never before done in Euro BMX history!!!!!


Joris Daudet chasing record after sensational win

According to Janne Kuipers, I-vents.NL, He already was the European champion. But Joris Daudet did what a sportsman has to do: prove that he deserve the title. Today (Sunday) Daudet can break a record. He won eleven out of eleven rounds. Twelve out of twelve is writing history.

It was sensational, how Daudet and Olympic champion Maris Strombergs raced in the final. As if the Frenchman passed a stationary obstacle.....the acceleration was that high. "Fantastic. This is very special", concludes Daudet after his maximum score. "It would be wonderful for me to win that twelfth round. A record. Never before anyone succeeded that, so that's now my goal. My God, if it would work... But I have to focus again. And hope I can make such an accomplishment. That would be great.”

The French double dipped for TWO BIG WINS with Laëtitia Le Corguille back from a season long absence to dominate the Elite Women's field with a big win on Saturday's Round 11. Just in time for the UCI BMX World Championships in Denmark.



Round 11 - Haaksbergen, NL

Elite Men - 1 Joris Daudet/FRA 2 Tory Nyhaug/CAN 3 Maris Strombergs/LAT 4 Twan Van Gendt/NED 5 Moana Moo Caille/FRA 6 Thomas Hamon/FRA 7 Edzus Treimanis/LAT 8 Jordy Van Der Heijden/NED


Elite Women - 1 Laëtitia Le Corguille/FRA 2 Manon Valentino/FRA 3 Jana Harakova/CZE 4 Magalie Pottier/FRA 5 Aneta Hladikova/CZE 6 Dana Sprengers/NED 7 Lieke Klaus/NED 8 Camille Meyran/FRA


Junior Men - 1 Darryn Goodwin/AUS 2 Alfredo Campo/ECU 3 Benjamin Janssens/FRA 4 Antonin Dupire/FRA 5 Carlos Ramirez/COL 6 Quentin Derom/FRA 7 Grant Hill/GBR  8 Jeffrey Hoogland/NED


JUNIOR WOMEN - 1 Elis Ligtlee/NED 2 Tamar Vedder/NED 3 Judy Baauw/NED 4 Live Andrea Mikkelsen 5 Danielle Vrenegoor/NED 6 Enora Le Roux 7 Nadja Pries/GER 8 Laura Smulders/NED




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Joris Daudet video from Corinne Walder!

Want some MORE Joris Daudet? Award winning video producer, Corinne Walder gives a nice video look in to the fantastic summer that Joris is having.

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We just got thru with two days of BMX Mania Pro Training Camp with two of the BEST riders, ever......Cristian Becerine and Kyle Bennett from the Free Agent/Rockstar Factory Team along with Brian Strieby from the BMX Mania Factory Team. What a GREAT time of training for the campers and a lot of fun for BMX Mania and the pros!

The two day camp kicked off, Tuesday with the campers arriving and getting warmed up on the track, which is one of the best in the midwest. Kyle and Cristian motored on in to the camp after a LONG day of travel from the ABA National in Utah, but they were raring to go and we got camp started for it's sixteen year of productivity! Joining the Free Agent boys (Due to Ramiro Marino getting stuck in Argentina) was BMX Mania Factory Team Pro, Brian Strieby, no stranger to training camps and one of the smoothest riders around

The first thing we do at BMX Mania Camp is to divide up the camp in to approximately a 5 to 1 camper to instructor ratio so that each camper gets personal attention. No huge herds of BMX Racers being herded around by a couple of BMX Instructors, here, we get personal. Kyle took the older more experienced  group and Cristian and Brian took the younger less experienced group and camp was underway. Kyle took his gang down the road a bit to Pike Lake and started out with some advanced sprint techniques. Brian and Cristian rode over to the gate to get on some good gate training......Wanna find out more? Check out the BMX Mania Pro Training Camp Report Page, by clickin' HERE!



We're getting there. Just three more weeks to go. The BMX event of the year - the UCI BMX World Championships in Copenhagen on July 27-31!

Go check out the official web site, for the latest info and links to the official Twitter, Flickr, YouTube & Facebook pages.

Here's a quick run-down of some essential news:

* 1,900 Challenge riders have signed up, waiting for the Elite (deadline next week)

* Go buy your ticket online today and skip the queue at the entrance! Only 100 DKK/14 EURO for the whole event (five days including the Elite)! Children under 10 FREE

* Opening event on the City Hall Square in downtown Copenhagen on July 26 - not to be missed! Join in; riders, fans, officials, Copenhageners, all of you... Cool Red Bull athletes, rock band The Floor is Made of Lava and much more

* Watch the brand new promo video with cool footage from the SX events in Copenhagen 2008-2010

All this - and so much more at our Facebook page, HERE! and our web site,!

BMX Mania Apology for not having many updates the last couple of days, but we've been hosting our annual BMX Mania Pro Training Camp at Hire Park BMX in Warsaw, Indiana.

Free Agent/Rockstar, Factory Pros, Kyle Bennett and Cristian Becerine made the trip to Hire Park to run the camp for the kids and it was a BIG success with everyone involved.

Check out BMX Mania, Thursday for a big pictorial and written report. BIG thanks go out to F.A./Rockstar T.M., Dale Holmes for helping to make it happen. Great Job, Guys, and THANKS a lot!












BMX racing news, Tuesday - July 5, 2011

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UCI BMX World Championships 2011!!!!

ONLY three weeks until the UCI BMX World Championships at Bike City in Copenhagen, Denmark!

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Today, even if still some riders get some doubts about carbon materials Prophecy BMX’s engineers knows and riders who tried our frame are convinced of all the advantages of high technology composite materials in BMX racing.

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Rennen/Intense...Busy Busy Busy June...Winnin' Races!

Happy 4th of July all,

One thing we hope changes in the “new” BMX world next year is the SCHEDULING! What a horrendous month of June it was for travel, rest and recovery, and scheduling.

Outside of team competition our program conducted two different training seminars in the month of June: One was a 2- day summer camp in Bethel, Connecticut, on June 28th and 29th where London Wilmot and Austin Loebe provided a superb learning environment to the class at Bethel Supercross BMX. Then on Thursday June 23rd Max Egdorf, Shawn DiPrete, Austin Loebe, CJ Fisher and Rochelle Wooding put on a rain shortened Pre-national clinic in Forestdale, MA at Cape Cod BMX.

Racing-wise our month started out in Hampton, Virginia at the ABA Old Dominion National, where a lack of proper scheduling and organizing led to a poor team scoring weekend. Cam Moore (Jr Devo & 13x), Max Egdorf (19-27x), Nicole Mitchell (9 g) all handled their business well on the track with 6 main event wins between the three of them. Nate Coyman (8x & cru) made the trip to the Chesapeake Bay region and pulled in two 2nd place cruiser finishes. Lance McGuire dominated the 28-35 expert class both but remains ineligible for team racing till mid-July.

Rockford was the following weekend, and as always it provided to be the biggest showdown east of the Mississippi. Team-wise we were prepared with Shawn DiPrete (36-40 X & cru), Max Egdorf (19-27x), Austin Loebe (Jr Men & 17-18x), Nate Coyman (8 cru and X), Alex Anthony (Elite Men), Will Murray (Vet Pro), Elida Beeman (13 girls & Cru), Erik Meyer (12x & Open), and Gavin Freewalt (8x & Open) all in attendance. Rennen/Intense had a lockdown on the 8-year old age group as Nate and Gavin teamed up to win five out of the six 8-year old main events (X, Open & Cru). Every season teams go through a tough decision making process in rider selection and obviously not everyone can be chosen for a team. But at the Rock this season we saw how on point our rider selection was, as we witnessed one of the most classless takeout moves in the female’s mains on day 2 by a rider we chose not to select. Overall it was a tough weekend for the squad, but we did manage to pull one usable year-end score in the melee.

Our third weekend of racing in June brought us to Cape Cod, Massachusetts where Shawn DiPrete (36-40x & cru), CJ Fisher (16x & cru), Austin Loebe (17-18x), Max Egdorf (19-27x), Nate Coyman (8x & cru), Lance McGuire (28-35x), Cam Moore (13x) and Rochelle Wooding (15 g) all rode outstanding to take home two team wins for the weekend.

After the smoke cleared, Rennen/Intense had soared up the Factory Team overall leader board to 2nd place behind a tough and classy Redman team as the month of June ended.

Next up for the squad is a trip to Sin City, followed up by a team effort in Burlington, NC.

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Course to be built to UCI World Standards

The Canadian Cycling Association (CCA) has entered into a unique partnership with B2ten, CyclingBC, the Abbotsford BMX Club, the City of Abbotsford and the Canadian Sport Centre Pacific to build a World class permanent BMX Super Cross course meeting International standards in Abbotsford, BC.

The track will be cutting edge, becoming the first Super Cross (SX) track in Canada where top BMX riders will be able to compete and train for upcoming World Cup events, World Championships and Olympic Games.

Tory Nyhaug, Canada’s up-and-coming BMX star and multiple age group UCI World Champion, is thrilled about this new venture. “I'm excited that we are getting a world class track to train on. This is critical for World Cup preparations, especially with the Olympic Games right around the corner."

“We are pleased that the stakeholders have come together to form this agreement,” said Greg Mathieu, CEO and Secretary General of the Canadian Cycling Association. “This is a significant milestone for cycling in Canada and for the sport of BMX. Currently there is no place in Canada for our BMX athletes to train Super Cross efficiently. With this new partnership and facility, we will now be able to inspire future champions.”

The start area of the track – one of the most important aspects of a race – will be built according to Olympic standards. The construction of the track and all of its features, set to begin imminently, is scheduled to be completed before the UCI Class 4 & 5 events being held on June 4-5, 2011 in Abbotsford, BC.

The $130,000 cost of the project was substantially underwritten by B2ten along with the Canadian Sport Centre Pacific and the Abbotsford BMX Cycling Club.

The Abbotsford BMX Cycling Club will be responsible to build, maintain and operate the track for the next 20 years, as well as hosting international events, such as World Cups, in collaboration with CyclingBC and the CCA. The City of Abbotsford will provide track access to the club.

“This is a fantastic step forward for BMX in Canada. Abbotsford BMX and the entire Province of British Columbia is proud to have this opportunity to participate in the creation of world-class athletes, and the facilities to underpin their efforts,” said Steve Baxter, president of the Abbotsford BMX Club.

ABOUT CANADIAN CYCLING ASSOCIATION - The Canadian Cycling Association is the governing body for competitive cycling in Canada. Founded in 1882, the CCA aims to create and sustain an effective system that develops talented Canadian cyclists to achieve Olympic, Paralympic and World Championship medal performances. With the vision to be a leading competitive cycling nation by 2020 celebrating enhanced international success, increased a participation and world class event hosting, the CCA manages the National teams, hosts national and international events, and administers community programs to promote Cycling in Canada. For more information, please visit:

ABOUT CYCLING BC - Cycling BC is the provincial governing body for the sport of cycling in British Columbia. We represent the full range of disciplines including Road, Track & Cyclo-cross, Mountain Biking and BMX. Cycling BC is a not-for-profit association registered under the BC Societies Act and affiliated with the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) through our membership in the Canadian Cycling Association (CCA).

ABOUT ABBOTSFORD BMX CYCLING CLUB - The Abbotsford BMX Club has been in existence for over ten years. BMX is a great family sport. At Abbotsford BMX, we encourage a fun, family-oriented atmosphere while promoting a “Healthy Abbotsford” initiative. We run a full BMX Program, with scheduled weekly racing and practice. Our club has a number of rider representatives who participate in coaching and learning the fundamentals of this exciting sport. We are a very strong Executive and work well with one another. “Team Work” has always proven to be one of our strongest suits.

ABOUT B2ten - B2ten is a private sector initiative dedicated to Canadian athletic excellence, well being and the greater good of society.

ABOUT CANADIAN SPORT CENTRE PACIFIC - In partnership with the national network of Canadian Sport Centres and provincial network of PacificSport Centres, Canadian Sport Centre Pacific delivers sport performance programs to help athletes and coaches win medals for Canada. Working in support of our national and provincial sport partners, Canadian Sport Centre Pacific is creating a stronger system for the development of athletes, coaches, integrated support teams and sport performance facilities. For more information, please visit

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Stay Strong's, Darryn Goodwin

doubles with Euro Junior Men's

podiums at UK Euro Rounds

Darryn Goodwin on top of the podium for Stay Strong both days this weekend in the European Championship rounds in Birmingham UK.

That’s podiums in three different countries in the last three consecutive weekends for Darryn who was dominant in the Jr Mens class winning every lap both days.

Handling the Pro section with ease and throwing in some signature style on the newly built C&K contractors track which was even testing some of the top Elite riders.

Darryn’s 70 points move him into the top 5 in the series once the riders drop there 2 worst results.

All of Darryn’s points will count to his overall ranking as he has raced 4 rounds less than than the rest of the class.

The overall podium finish is still in sight if he can grab two more wins at the European finals in Holland this coming weekend.

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USA Cycling names 12 athletes to U.S. squad for BMX World Championships

Colorado Springs, Colo. (July 1, 2011) – USA Cycling announced Friday the 12 athletes nominated to the team that will represent the United States at the 2011 UCI BMX World Championships in Copenhagen, Denmark, July 25-31.


After winning the opening Supercross World Cup in South Africa this year, Corben Sharrah (Tucson, Ariz./GT Bicycles) will lead the elite men’s contingent in Denmark. Ranked #2 in the Supercross World Cup standings, Sharrah is the only automatic nomination to the men’s team. Joining Sharrah in elite men’s competition will be four discretionary nominations via the USA Cycling Selection Committee. A two-time Supercross winner, Nicholas Long (Lakeside, Calif./Haro-Rockstar.) was fourth in this year’s USA Cycling BMX National Championships. Another discretionary nomination is David Herman (Wheat Ridge, Colo./Intense BMX) who was seventh at the first Supercross World Cup this season and also the silver medalist at the USA Cycling BMX National Championships. Also competing for the United States as a discretionary nominee is Mike Day (San Diego, Calif./GT-Red Bull), the top-ranked American at the Supercross World Cup race in Papendal, Netherlands placing ninth. Another discretionary nominee, Connor Fields (Henderson, Nev./Chase BMX), who was the highest-ranked U.S. rider in the world in 2010, is coming back from a knee injury. Day and Fields are promising time trial performers, a new UCI medal event.

The elite women’s squad will be led by two automatic nominations: Alise Post (St. Cloud, Minn./Redline Bicycles) and Arielle Martin (Spanaway, Wash./Intense BMX). Post earned her start spot by virtue of her bronze medal finish at last year’s world championships while Martin grabbed her automatic invite as the ninth-ranked woman in the Supercross World Cup rankings. The pair will be joined by discretionary nominees Amanda Carr (Punta Gorda, Fla./Endeavor-Rip XX Racing) and Amanda Geving (Largo, Fla./MCS-Troy Lee Designs). Carr made it to the main in the Frejus Supercross World Cup event last October and she currently leads the USA Cycling Power Rankings. Geving showed her promise by making it to the finals during the Madrid and Chula Vista Supercross World Cups last year.

In junior men’s competition, Rusty Nesvig (San Diego, Calif./Factory Intense) will be the lone rider for the U.S. National team. The reigning national champ, Nesvig grabbed a discretionary nomination as the top-ranked junior male in the USA Cycling power rankings.

In junior women’s racing, two automatic nominations will comprise the U.S. contingent: Brooke Crain (Visalia, Calif./Haro-Rockstar) and Dani George (Palmdale, Calif./Supercross BMX). Crain was the silver medalist in last year’s junior women’s world championship race and George is currently ranked 20th in the overall Supercross World Cup standings.

Stay tuned to for complete coverage of all the action during the UCI BMX World Championships in Copenhagen, July 25-31.

UCI BMX World Championships Team

Copenhagen, Denmark

July 25-31, 2011

Elite Men

Mike Day (San Diego, Calif./GT–Red Bull)

Connor Fields (Henderson, Nev./Chase BMX)

David Herman (Wheat Ridge, Colo./Intense BMX)

Nicholas Long (Lakeside, Calif./Haro-Rockstar)

Corben Sharrah (Tucson, Ariz./GT Bicycles)

Elite Women

Amanda Carr (Punta Gorda, Fla./Endeavor-Rip XX Racing)

Amanda Geving (Largo, Fla./MCS-Troy Lee Designs)

Arielle Martin (Spanaway, Wash./Intense BMX)

Alise Post (St. Cloud, Minn./Redline Bicycles)

Junior Men

Rusty Nesvig (San Diego, Calif./Factory Intense)

Junior Women

Brooke Crain (Visalia, Calif./Haro-Rockstar)

Dani George (Palmdale, Calif./Supercross BMX)

About USA Cycling - Recognized by the United States Olympic Committee and the Union Cycliste Internationale, USA Cycling is the official governing body for all disciplines of competitive cycling in the United States, including road, track, mountain bike, BMX and cyclo-cross. As a membership-based organization, USA Cycling comprises 70,000 licensees; 2,400 clubs and teams; and 34 local associations. The national governing body sanctions 2,900 competitive and non-competitive events throughout the U.S. each year, manages 17 national championship events and is responsible for fostering the identification, development, and support of American cyclists. To learn more about USA Cycling, visit