|archived news / march 2014|
BMX Racing News - Monday - March 31, 2014
U.S. sweeps top podium spots at the 2014 North American Continental BMX Championships
Chula Vista, Calif. (March 30, 2014) From USA Cycling — Supercross racing continued at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, Calif., on Sunday with the 2014 UCI North American Continental BMX Championships. Americans Connor Fields (Henderson, Nev./Chase BMX), Alise Post (Saint Cloud, Minn./Redline Bicycles) and Shealen Reno (Plano, Texas/Hyper Bicycles) doubled up on the wins after their victories at the Elite BMX Nationals the day before. Sean Gaian (Santee, Calif./Factory GT Bicycles) topped the junior elite men’s event.
Junior Elite Men’s Race
Paired together in all three of their motos, Gaian finished second to yesterday’s junior elite men’s national champion Collin Hudson (Longmont, Colo./Redline Bicycles) each time. But in the main it was Gaian who won when it most counted. Coming from third position, he made his move on the inside of Hudson on the final turn. The 2013 junior supercross world champ accelerated to the line to take the win. Hudson followed, with Alden Volle (Penryn, Calif./Dan’s Comp) riding to third.
The elite women’s motos saw Post, Felicia Stancil (Lake Villa, IL/Factory GT Bicycles) and Dani George (Palmdale, Calif./SupercrossBMX.com) each win two of their three heats. In the main, the first turn proved to be the decisive spot on the track. Post led the pack out of the gate, with Brooke Crain (Visalia, Calif./Haro Bicycles) battling Stancil for the second spot. Crain took the edge coming into the second straight, and followed Post to the line.
Shealen Reno (Plano, Texas/Hyper Bicycles) finished fifth among the elite women, but topped Mexico’s Jhoanna Hernandez in the junior elite women’s competition.
Elite Men’s Race
Fields, the newly-minted elite men’s national champ, won all three of his motos to advance to the semifinals. Also looking tough to beat early on was Canadian Tory Nyhaug (Coquitlam, BC, Canada/Redline Bicycles), who won each of his motos, as well. The two riders then topped their respective semis to head to the finals.
Unlike in yesterday’s nationals main, Fields didn’t have to come from behind for his win. He took the lead down the first straight and held it through the finish line. Jared Garcia (Victorville, Calif./SupercrossBMX.com) slotted himself in the second spot behind Fields around the first turn and was able to hold off Nyhaug to secure the runner-up position, with Nyhaug taking third.
Supercross racing will pick up again in a few weeks, when riders will contest the first UCI Supercross World Cup of the season April 18-19 in Manchester, England.
For more news, photo galleries and results from this weekend’s racing, visit the 2014 USA Cycling Elite BMX National Championships page.
2014 UCI North American Continental BMX Championships
Junior Elite Men
Junior Elite Women
|Caroline Buchanan Launches Aggressive BMX Season And Killer Video Series!|
|"Dominating at the highest point is my goal for 2014!"
Pretty big words for a racer to use when describing their
goals for an upcoming season, but when your name is Caroline
Buchanan and you've just come off of a year where you won
two UCI World Cycling Championships...Well maybe it's not
Regardless of how her year actually turns out, Caroline has for sure launched one of the most well done video series in BMX, and probably two or three other cycling disciplines in her 'BUCHANAN On Air' video series that she has planned for 2014. If she's as successful in her quest for BMX championships as she is in this video, it's going to an incredible year!
'BUCHANAN On Air' is definitely BMX Mania Approved!
BMX Racing News - weekend update - March 28-30, 2014
|Fields and Post Highlight the 2014 Elite BMX National Championships|
|Complete Results And Red Hot Photo Gallery On The BMX Mania Race Report Page!|
Chula Vista, Calif. (March 29, 2014) — Four Stars-and-Stripes jerseys were awarded Saturday at the 2014 USA Cycling Elite BMX National Championships, held at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, Calif. Connor Fields (Henderson, Nev./Chase BMX) and Alise Post (Saint Cloud, Minn./Redline Bicycles) each earned elite victories, while Collin Hudson (Longmont, Colo./Redline Bicycles) and Shealen Reno (Plano, Texas/Hyper Bicycles) claimed the junior elite titles.
Junior Elite Men
Competition got underway on the Beijing track, a replica of the supercross track used at the 2008 Olympic Games, with the junior elite men’s motos. Hudson and 2013 junior supercross world champ Sean Gaian (Santee, Calif./Factory GT Bicycles) each won two out of three to cement their spot in the final. Cole Tesar (Huntersville, N.C./ FBN Plastics/C-yaa Frames/Monster Army/Profile) also picked up a win in the motos.
Hudson and Gaian were off the front early in the junior men’s main, with Gaian taking the lead through the first turn. But Hudson accelerated to come into turn two slightly ahead of Gaian, who came into contact with Hudson’s rear wheel about halfway around the turn. This sent Gaian to the ground, giving Hudson, a five-time amateur world champion, a clear path to victory. He was followed to the line by Tesar. Josh Banuelos (Medford, Ore./Phoenix Factory Racing) crossed in third.
With only seven riders putting a wheel to the line, the elite women’s national championship was decided based on points over three rounds. Post was the fastest out of the gate in the first two trips down the supercross track to be the clear favorite heading into the final race. But it was two-time junior time trial and supercross world champion Felicia Stancil (Lake Villa, IL/Factory GT Bicycles) who took an early lead in the final. She was followed by 2012 Olympian Brooke Crain (Visalia, Calif./Haro Bicycles) and then Post.
The three maintained that order through the race, and the third-place finish was enough to give Post her fourth consecutive elite women’s Stars-and-Stripes jersey. Stancil’s win in that final round propelled her to the second spot on the podium ahead of Crain.
Though she raced with the elite women, Shealen Reno (Plano, Texas/Hyper Bicycles) was the only rider in the junior elite category, giving her a second championship in as many years.
The elite men’s motos included twenty riders vying for a national championship. Fields won all three of his motos to advance to the semifinals. With defending champion Nic Long (Lakeside, Calif./Haro Bikes) crossing the line first in two of his. The two riders finished second and third, respectively, behind Corben Sharrah (Tucson, Ariz./Haro) in their semifinal heat to move on to the main. 2012 Olympian David Herman (Wheat Ridge, Colo./ Free Agent/Rockstar) won the other semi.
In the final heat, a slow start put Fields toward the back of the pack through the first straight, with Herman taking the hole shot. But Steven Cisar (Altadena, Calif./Avent Bombshell) came around him on the first turn to take the lead. He was followed close behind by Barry Nobles (Sun City, Calif./DK Bicycles) into the second turn and down the third straight.
Nobles moved to pass Cisar in the final turn, pressing both riders to the outside. That gave Fields, who had moved into third, an inside lane. The 2013 elite men’s time trial world champion used that space to his advantage and took the lead down the finishing straight to reclaim the elite men’s national title that he won in 2012. Nobles placed second and Cisar edged Jared Garcia (Victorville, Calif./SupercrossBMX.com) for third.
Racing continues tomorrow with the 2014 UCI North American Continental BMX Championships, where international riders will go head to head with the best of the U.S. The competition begins at 11 a.m. Pacific time with qualifying motos. The semifinal heats are expected to begin around 12:20 p.m. and the mains should get underway at 12:45 p.m.
Admission and parking at the Olympic Training Center is free. Attendees can park in the Visitor Center parking lot and follow the signage to walk to the Beijing supercross track.
For updated news, photo gallery, results and more, visit the 2014 USA Cycling Elite BMX National Championships page.
2014 USA Cycling Elite BMX National Championships
Junior Elite Men
|TIOGA Named Official Tire Sponsor of the UCI BMX Supercross World Cup|
Global SX Events Inc. today announced that
Tioga, maker of the world’s fastest BMX tires, will
return as the official sponsor of the UCI BMX Supercross
To watch the UCI BMX Supercross World Cup live please go to www.bmxlive.tv.
The 2014 UCI BMX Supercross
|18-19 April 2014||Round 1||Manchester, Great Britain|
|10-11 May 2014||Round 2||Papendal, Netherlands|
|13-14 June 2014||Round 3||Berlin, Germany|
|6-7 Sep 2014||Round 4||Santiago Del Estero, Argentina|
|26-27 Sep 2014||Round 5||Chula Vista CA, USA|
|Chase BMX USA BMX Race Report - Oldsmar, Florida|
Round #2 of the 2014 USA BMX Pro National Tour took place at one of the best tracks in the USA, Oldsmar BMX. The beautifully sculpted track was only outdone by the perfect Florida weather that welcomed the 70 plus Elite Pro riders to the Sunshine State.
This was the first race weekend of the 2014 season for the Chase Bicycles Factory team of Connor Fields and Joris Daudet. Premiering the new new team Fly racing uniforms, the Pro team, along with the Dale Holmes Racing squad and the Pro Support team riders of Jamie Staff, Sifiso Nhlapo, and Renato Rezende, all greeted the BMX fans with not only stellar racing on the track, but the Chase team pit/display area was a buzz all weekend. The fans were excited, getting to meet the riders as well as check out the 2 lines of complete bikes from Chase and the Factory equipped team RSP 2.0 Frames built up with some of the best parts in BMX from Elevn, Shimano, Excess, Tioga, ODI, Stealth, KMC, Kingstar, and Excess.
Connor Fields has been one of the most consistent pros in the world over the past few seasons and he started things off on the podium once again at Oldsmar. On Saturday, Connor had a standout day, as he rode in the front of each race on his way to the Elite Mens Pro main event. After a grueling day of racing the motos, 1/8, 1/4, and semi finals, against the worlds fastest Pro racers, Connor lined up for the main event and when the gate dropped, he was once again up front, battling it out for the win. This time, Connor would have to settle for 3rd for the day, but to be on the podium at this event was a huge accomplishment and a great way to kick off the season.
Joris Daudet made his debut on the Chase Factory team a memorable one, as he made his way into the Elite Mens final both days. On Saturday, the racing was stacked as the gate dropped and the racers spun in out down towards the first turn. Joris would slice his way through the pack and come out safe but bottled up, forging his was to a 6th for the day. On Sunday, rode consistent in the top 3 all day, once again making it to the final, but this time, a bad start kept him near the back of the main event, and he would finish up 8th overall.
Look for Connor Fields to be lined up on the gate next weekend at the USA Cycling National Championships in Chula Vista, CA on March 29th. The Chase Factory Pro Team to head off to stop #3 of the USA BMX Pro tour in 2 weeks on April 4th, in Desoto, TX.
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|official Manchester BMX Supercross Video|
|Hey, fans! Here's the Official Manchester
BMX Supercross Video presented by BMX commentator Richard
Eames together with British BMX racer Jake Roberts, who
describes the course from a rider’s POV followed by an
aerial drone camera for the first time inside the BMX track,
this preview video delivers the inside line on the year’s
biggest BMX race in Britain.
Taking place over the 18th and 19th April, the event will see the world’s best battle it out, including defending Supercross World Champion Liam Phillips (UK), who goes head to head with the likes of two-times Olympic Champion Maris Strombergs (Latvia). The preview also hears from defending female champion Shanaze Reade – currently racing in the US – on why she loves the World Cup.
And don't forget, BMX Mania will be there to bring you Hot Photos and Great BMX Race Action from Round One of the UCI BMX Supercross World Cup in Manchester, England.
BMX Racing News - Weekend update - March 21-23, 2014
|Sunday, It's Post & Willoughby in Oldsmar!|
|check out hot race action photos and more on the gator Nationals race report page from bmxmania.com!|
|Pro Podium - Sunday|
|SATURDAY AT USABMX GATOR NATS/OLDSMAR BMX|
|BMX Mania Kicks Off USABMX Gator National Race coverage With Friday Practice Photos!|
|It looks like a HUGE weekend at the USABMX Gator
Nationals in Oldsmar, Florida. There are a TON of riders on
the track, Friday for practice day.
The HOT class to watch this weekend? Elite Women. Olympic Gold Medalist, Mariana Pajon is in from Colombia, Team USA's Big Guns; Alise Post, Brooke Crain & Dani George are in Oldsmar; Dominique Daniels is back on the track after a six month leave of absence and last but not least, U.K. Superstar, Shanaze Reade, is in the U.S. doing the entire USABMX Pro Season......WOW!!!!! Gonna be some AWESOME Lady BMX Racing in Oldsmar this weekend.
We've got some practice photos for you on BMX Mania's, Gator National Race Report Page, which you can check out by clicking on the photo above!
We'll be posting photos all evening, Friday, so check back, there's lots of good stuff on the way! BMX Racing, Oldsmar Style.....Gotta Love It!
BMX Racing News - Wednesday/Thursday - March 19-20, 2014
|2012 Miss Teen Florida takes 2 podium finishes at USABMX Cajun National|
Local Factory GHP BMX Racing Team rider Girl 17-20 former 2012 Miss Teen Florida places two Podium finishes placing 2nd Saturday & 2nd Sunday, USA BMX Cajun National March 8th-9th Monroe, LA.
Factory GHP BMX Girl 17-20 rider Michelle Huey 17, former
2012 Miss Teen Florida takes not only one but two podium
finishes at the USA BMX Cajun National races Saturday March
8th and Sunday March 9th in Monroe,
LA. Michelle is no stranger to BMX winning the #1 Florida
State title for three years in a row to also win the
National Championship title in 2011 to then win the title of
2012 Miss Teen Florida all while continuing to traveling the
Country from State to State winning race after race year
Michelle is currently training at her home track Cape Coral BMX with her Team for this weekend preparing for the Gator National in Oldsmar, Florida, March 21st-23rd.
BMX Racing News - Monday - March 17, 2014
|DALE HOLMES RACING – RIDE TO END OBESITY PROGRAM|
|The 90-minute program includes basic instruction on BMX riding by the DHR Chase/Stay Strong team Pro Riders including 11-time national BMX champion and Olympian Cristian Becerine, Australian 2013 Series Champion Anthony Dean and amateur BMX rider Bryce Betts, with the overall program being hosted by Halee Kalevitch and Adrienne Wells Holmes . Holmes and his companions will focus on teaching students about the benefits of healthy eating, the importance of exercise, and general BMX riding. The DHR Team brings 40 Chase BMX bikes and helmets to each event and sets up a small obstacle course for students to try riding, after the 30 minute discussion.|
Adrienne Wells Holmes, who has been organizing the program
along with Dale, said she and her husband have been working
with the school district for about six months preparing the
program. “We wanted the message of healthy eating and
exercise to come from athletes about getting an hour of
exercise a day,” said Holmes. “We want to encourage kids to
get involved in sports.”
The “Ride to End Obesity” program is being sponsored by the Poway and Santee Wal-Mart's and Barona Resort and Casino, with no cost to the school district. Each rider at the seminar not only gets the knowledge from some of the best riders in the sport and the chance to ride the bikes, but they also receive a Wal-Mart goody bag, full of healthy products for the students, a T-shirt, as well as coupons for their families to use on healthy food in the stores.
“Ride to End Obesity” is acting as a pilot program at the selected middle schools. “If it’s successful, we plan to expand to other grade levels,” said Holmes, “as well as other school districts.” Holmes said that the San Diego Unified School District has also expressed interest in their “Ride to End Obesity” program.
BMX Racing News - weekend update - March 15-16, 2014
|Sea Otter Classic Pro BMX/MTB|
|pump track invitational challenge!|
Here's some word just in from Alex Fowler at Action Sports Construction ..... builder of pump tracks, BMX race courses and other fun places to pedal like a Wildman! In case you don't know about it, the "Sea Otter Classic" that he speaks of is one of the BIGGEST cycling events of the year in the United States. Get ahold of Alex, and plan to hit this course, this is a fun race, do you have what it takes?????
April 10-13 in Monterey California. And for the fifth year in a row Action Sports Construction (ActionSportsConstruction.com) will be building the Pro BMX/MTB pump track invitational challenge!
Those who want to enter should email me Alex@ActionSportsConstruction.com and or feel free to check out our website for more details. –Alex Fowler
BMX Racing News - Thursday - March 13, 2014
|Austin Hiatt Leaves Anarchy|
|Austin Hiatt has become known throughout
the nation for being one of the best A-Pro’s
in the nation, who separated himself by
placing his notorious Van Halen style
Anarchy Jersey on his small stature. News
broke this week that Austin will no longer
pull his red, white, and black striped
jersey over his head, and he will instead be
seen wearing a plain red Fly Jersey as he
finds a new home.
Here’s what Austin said: “It has been an absolute pleasure to represent and help build the Anarchy line with Bill Ryan for the last three seasons. I am grateful for all that the brand and Bill have done for me, but I am also eager to find out what the future holds.”
Quote from Bill Ryan/Anarchy: “Sad to say but Austin Hiatt has left the Anarchy Family. When we first signed Austin to the team he had a broken ankle and wasn’t sure if he was going to ride again. He went on to have 2 great years with us as an A-Pro. We wish Austin much luck in his future with his new sponsors”.
Austin Hiatt’s “privateer” campaign will start in Phoenix, and continue to Florida the next weekend. I have a feeling with multiple A-Pro wins, and an Elite National Championship main-event under his belt, he won’t stay in a blank fly jersey for long. As seen on his Facebook, Austin has built himself a new Haro Clutch equipped with an SRM power meter, BOX components, and a Bryce Betts Designed number plate that he will ride while wearing Fly racing gear and Deft Family gloves.
If you feel like Austin could benefit your program in any way please don’t hesitate to contact him.
Email- AustinHiatt294@gmail.com ..... Twitter/Instagram - @AustinHiatt
BMX Racing News - Tuesday - March 11, 2014
|Corey Frieswyk #551 "Just The Beginning"|
|Rival Racing, Unit Clothing and BMX Australia athlete Corey Frieswyk is on a mission. With a depth of talent amongst the Australians, this year Corey has dedicated himself to rise through the ranks on the international scene to give himself the best chance for a spot on the 2016 Olympic team. Keep an eye on this Aussie from rural Australia, like the title of the video, Its "Just The Beginning".|
|DK PRESENTS THE 2014 USA BMX GOLD CUP SERIES|
Bicycle Association is pleased to announce
DK Bicycles as the
presenting sponsor of the Gold Cup
Series. The Gold Cup Series encompasses 72
qualifying races throughout the 2014 season at USA BMX and
BMX Canada tracks throughout North America. The Gold Cup
Championships will be held in each of the three USA BMX and
BMX Canada regions; one in the west, central, and east.
To be eligible for Gold Cup awards, racers utilize scores
from their best two qualifiers as well as the finals.
DK Bicycles, based in Dayton, Ohio, has signed on as the presenting sponsor of the series. "We are delighted to have DK Bicycles as the presenting sponsor of the Gold Cup Series," said BA Anderson, CEO of the American Bicycle Association. "The Gold Cup Series has a rich history within our organization and DK Bicycles is a welcome addition."
DK Bicycles will be providing each track hosting a Gold Cup Series race with DK Product and Promotional materials. "We’re very excited to be partnering with USA Bmx in 2014 and beyond. Being part of the Gold Cup Series aligns perfectly with our commitment to give back, grow, and promote BMX at what we feel is the most important level... Your hometown." ..... Bill Danishek, President of DK Bicycles.
|2014 USA BMX Bluegrass Nationals Highlights From 'crazy' Al Cayne|
|BMX Mania Buddy,
'Crazy' Al Cayne was at the
USABMX Bluegrass National in Louisville, Kentucky
and workin' his magic around the course, coming up with the
sights and sounds of the race......Check it out, nice work
by an East Coast BMX & HipHop media legend!
Need more 'Sugar' Al? Click below!
BMX Racing News - Weekend update - March 8 & 9, 2014
2014 PowerBar performance BicycleMotoXross squad
Bizzarro BMX Inc, in conjunction with Nestle SA, is proud to present the 2014 PowerBar performance BicycleMotoXross squad. This elite group of riders has proven they have what it takes to perform on the big stage, at the highest of levels, and deserve the privilege of promoting the world’s leader in sports nutrition!
Derik Bergh (Answer) – An ambassador of the sport both on and off the track, coming off his most successful amateur season with an eye on the top rung of the ladder in 2014.
Shawn Diprete (BlackCrown) - Your USA BMX reigning Cruiser Class National Champion and a prime example of what hard work and dedication can help you achieve.
Layne Gainer (FastSigns Goodyear) - Layne has unreal track speed and a dedication to training that will one day carry him to the highest levels of the sport.
Austin Loebe (Answer) - After super successful amateur and rookie pro campaigns, Austin is now one of the premiere “Young Guns” of the Elite pro class.
Elliott McGrath (C-YAA) - One of the nation’s best instructors with the unique skill of putting into words what he also excels at on the track.
PowerBar was created by athletes, for athletes, to help athletes reach their goals by providing nutritional tools for optimum athletic performance. All PowerBar products are backed by decades of leading-edge sports nutrition science and innovation and always live up to the highest standards. We aim to meet the nutrition and energy needs of all athletes, from world-class champions and dedicated amateurs, to beginners and those who just want to improve.
Bizzarro Bmx Inc. a Nonprofit Corporation established in 2006, with the sole focus of the promotion of the sport of Bicycle Motocross.
|USABMX & Town of Gilbert, Arizona Announce Plans To Build BMX super facility|
According to a USABMX Facebook news blast, there's a USABMX / Town of Gilbert (AZ) Open House this coming Tuesday, March 11th at the Gilbert Town Hall and it's got some BIG plans behind it that could build a World Class BMX Supercross style covered race facility (Hmmmmm! Maybe a destination for a UCI BMX Worlds on U.S. soil?), a home for the USA BMX Hall Of Fame and a sweet suite of offices for USABMX. Check out all the info below and if you're within striking distance, drop by and lend your support!
From USABMX & Town of Gilbert Open House Facebook PagE (Click Here For More) - USA BMX & the Town of Gilbert are working together to finalize the development of a BMX super facility which will include a covered BMX arena (complete with both an amateur track and Elite track with Supercross starting hill), training facilities, BMX Hall of Fame & Museum, bike park and the USA BMX HQ.
But, we need the help of local riders to show support for
this state-of-the-art facility!
BMX Racing News - Monday/Tuesday - March 3 & 4, 2014
|Alex Steeves off Phoenix on BlackBox / Basic / Tradition|
Frame news. Had the very first Prototype Basic Bike Co. in hand at Reno. USA Made and USA 7005 Series Aluminum. We plan to get the team and the teams we co sponsor going first with frames then will have batches made for sale to the public.
Plan to have the teams all decked out by the end of February and then into production for sales in March. Frames will be coming in Black, Blue, white, and red. Custom Hydrographics are in the works, as well as custom paint schemes.
Our mission statement is "bringing it back to the basics with anything but basic". Old school and Mid school peeps will feel me most on this. My goal with the company is to bring back the great all around frame that takes today's technologies in tubing advancements, and the possibilities in making trick bb's, head tubes, and dropouts but keeping all the gimmicks out of the picture.
We also took a huge look into geometry of a frame and how riders ride them at certain ages and where they advance into different riding styles. Not to mention the true differences in the way someone rides and positions them selves on a bike from your average 5'8" person to your 6'5" person.
Another big reason I am doing this is due to my pure need to be a bike geek since I can remember. I started racing when I was 3 and never looked back. I was always that kid looking at every new part, every frame geometry and seeing things as they were.
So as I got older I always knew exactly what I wanted out of a frame and just still have not found it.
Now I just figure why not do it myself, having one of the best frame builders ever in the sport making them here in the US. I can make them how I want and feel they should be, leaving all the gimmicks at the door. This also stemmed from having my own team now as well and just trying to find that frame co. that everyone wanted, well it doesn't exists. That is where I come in and try to at least make that true for our team.
The other thing that we are doing that has not been done in a long time is bring out a company from the true love of BMX and starting from the ground up. No major money backer, no reason to do this other than to make a kid love their bike.
|Caroline Buchanan Can Ride MTB Better Than You!|
|Caroline Buchanan can RIDE! And, she doesn't just ride 'anything', she can pedal just about anything with cranks on it. Check out the latest/greatest riding video from CB! She puts her Airborne......well......airborn! Fast, Furious and top quality riding, this video will NOT disappoint!|
BMX Racing News - weekend update - March 1 & 2, 2014
|Trent Jones Smooth Race Video From New Zealand!|
|World Class, Trent Jones sends in this video to showcase his riding. Smooth, stylish and fast, it's good stuff, from the Land Of BMX Videos......New Zealand!|
Morphine Industries is proud to add three new Sponsors to the Family
Pure Bicycle Company, Profile Racing and Dirt Factory will join longtime family members Fly Racing, Alienation and Hawk Racing to complete the Powerhouse that will back the factory team during the 2014 race season.
We are excited about our elite group of Sponsors that will provide support and strength to our Factory Riders and our Brand.
We look forward to the 2014 season as we work together to promote and provide them value as part of the Morphine Family.
Be sure to check out the members of our family: Pure Bicycle Company (www.thepurebicyclecompany.co.uk), Profile Racing (www.profileracing.com), Fly Racing (www.flyracingbmx.com), Alienation (www.alienationbmx.com), Hawk Racing (www.hawk-racing.com), Dirt Factory
|BRG IS Excited to announce the arrival of HOT new products|
All new, Ultra-light Polly Carbonate Pivotal seats from Eleven. Race Specific and feather weight, these seats will help you lighten up your bike and have you looking ultra stylish on and off the track. The Elevn PC Pivotal seats are offered in 3 colors - Black, White, and Clear. - MSRP - $29.99
Elevn 7.0 Pro Lite Show Chrome 1 1/8th Fork – Limited Edition 10mm Axle Double Butted, Tapered Fork Legs, with a triple butted steer tube. Light Weight and strength where you want it, with a beautiful Show Chrome Finish, Alloy Lock cap for steer tube included Weight 25.9 Ounces - MSRP - $154.99
Kingstar offers a new 1” full integrated hideaway headsets:
Campagnolo compatible size, silky smooth sealed bearing (OD:41.8x45°x45°)
Hideaway top cup & cap have the Kingstar logo laser etched
4mm alloy bolt and slotted bearing race for easier installation. Weight: 80 Grams. Colors: Black & White. MSRP: $34.95
|Black Box/Basic/Tradition team is excited to bring on Tj Ramirez|
team is excited to bring on Tj Ramirez and family
to the team!
Tj goes way back in the Bakersfield BMX days, his parents ran the track there for some years and the Ramirez family has always been a treat to have around.
We are looking forward to the 2014 season and beyond helping to achieve the goal of winning the USABMX Grands once again and regain his #1 NAG Title! Watch for him in 19-27x and 17-20 Cruiser.
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