What do you get when you combine the American Bike Association and National BMX League? You get the USA BMX. USA BMX has a very similar format to the United States of America Snowboard Association (USASA) – riders compete in various point series races to accumulate enough points to qualify for regional, state, and national level races.
Woodward Tahoe opened it’s doors this weekend. Various pro athletes including Mike Vallely, Todd Richards, Zac Hale, Hannah Teter, Tanner Hall and Tony Hawk pumped the local crowd up – the ceremony was nothing but grand.
Why is the new Woodward called Woodward Tahoe? Clearly the 33k sq. ft. Bunker is located in the parking lot of Boreal Mountain. The Woodward at Copper is named Woodward at Copper for one main reason – it’s located at Copper Mountain. Anyway…sitting on top of lovely Donner Pass is Boreal Mountain, home of the nation’s oldest ski and snowboard club, Auburn Ski & Snowboard Club. Sitting in the parking lot of Boreal is Woodward Tahoe. Read More
It has been 67 years since this video was made, but the process is still relevant in today’s metal framed bikes. Take a time and learn something new.
Its time for a BMX Hump Day Giveaway! To enter Click Here! One winner will be selected at random later today at 5PM CST. Good Luck.
You might already know that Drew Bezanson is insane, but has the skills to back it up! This kid is truly pushing limits of what you can do on a BMX bike. Here are a few clips from the final heat of the pro division in the toronto bmx jam 2012…..pure insanity. The footage is not of the highest quality, but it is still worth watching.
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