Last night was great, stoked to see some old faces as well. I didn’t shoot much but what I did you can view right here…
Latest info for what is shaping up to be an amazing event for BMX…
Debuting in Sydney, Australia on February 24-March 5, the inaugural Vans BMX Pro Cup Series welcomes the world’s most talented BMX riders to the shores of Manly Beach for a premier showcase of BMX competition. Held in conjunction with the celebrated Australian Open of Surfing, the Vans BMX Pro Cup Series commences its world tour to establish the definitive platform for BMX park terrain competition. Fans across the globe can watch the exhilarating Live Webcast on www.vansbmxprocup.com.
The Vans BMX Pro Cup Series announces the following pre-seeded BMX pros to the inaugural 2017 season:
Alex Hiam AUS
Corey Bohan AUS
Corey Walsh CAN
Dakota Roche USA
Dan Foley USA
Daniel Sandoval USA
Dennis Enarson USA
Dylan Lewis AUS
Gary Young USA
Greg Illingworth ZAF
Jason Watts AUS
Kevin Peraza USA
Kris Fox USA
Larry Edgar USA
Matt Cordova USA
Matty Cranmer USA
Maxime Charveron FRA
Pat Casey USA
Sergio Layos ESP
Tom Dugan USA
Tyler Fernengel USA
Kicking off with the first of three open Regional Qualifier (RQ) events on February 24, the Vans BMX Pro Cup Series opens contest registration to all professional men and women BMX riders. Ten qualifying winners from the RQ division will advance to the official Vans BMX Pro Cup Series Qualifier on March 3, cultivating the field in anticipation for first-ever Vans BMX Pro Cup Series World Championships.
Thousands of spectators are expected to attend the Australian Open festival, as the Vans BMX Pro Cup Series prepares for an action-packed competition. Sydney’s iconic Manly Beach will be transformed into a packed live arena, highlighting a custom-designed, built-to-spec concrete course. In addition to BMX, the AOS will feature more than 300 of the world’s best athletes in surfing and skateboarding, combined with two days of live music, making the event the largest lifestyle and action sports festival in Australia.
With a total prize purse of $125,000 U.S. dollars up for grabs, the Vans BMX Pro Cup Series world tour will host three open Regional Qualifier events in Australia, Spain and Mexico, expanding the competitive field with new talent at every stop. An official series Global Qualifier event follows, challenging a field of invited pro riders, wildcards, and regional advancers.
Vans BMX Pro Cup Series
Vans BMX Pro Cup Regional Qualifier
OPEN TO REGISTRANTS
Vans BMX Pro Cup Global Qualifier
Vans BMX Pro Cup Global Qualifier
Thanks to James Fox we have a great feature from a solid crew that did what we all love to do which is get out on the road with your bikes and hit some new spots. Good read and a stack of great photos. Check it all here.
Thanks to Josh Juniper for the additional words and Butterlegs for hooking this up.
Not unlike the bag of leftover pastries you can pick up from the bakery at closing time; this minute worth of Jack Kelly clips didn’t make the cut for the main feature, but are so good that it’d be a shame to go to waste!
New one for Grosser and The Set that he’s been stacking some heavy shit for. I have so much respect for Kym being in the game for so long and still continuing to progress so much. This video has plenty of NBD’s and clips you will need to rewind and watch again to understand. Hit play…
A sweet little mix from a crew of young dudes from the South Coast, centered around their trip to Canberra. Making the most of the amazing parks and spots all within a close proximity of one another, and some pretty solid clips in here!
New one for Calvin filmed over in the USA welcoming him to Pro for Kink. There is some wild moves in this. Personal favourites were the tooth drop smith and the high speed gap to crooks…
You can also read an interview with him right here.
If you follow Dayvis on Instagram you already know this is going to be good. Shot and cut by Chris Whyte nicely. His nollie moves are dope, check it out…