Monthly Archive: August 2018

Podcast – Mike Pardon

Mike Pardon is truly one of the pioneers of BMX in the UK with some deep history in the sport. In this Part 1 episode we talk about the early days discovering BMX, getting...

Throwback – Bob Haro & Alice Temple

Bob Haro and UK Number 1, Alice Temple in 1983 during a trip to the UK around the time when Bob came over for the Halfords NEC Event in Birmingham. Alice, who rode for...

100% 2019 Collection

“100% are proud to reveal the 2019 collection of goggles, gloves and casual apparel. The new line features new designs and colors in favorites like the Racecraft+, Racecraft and Accuri goggles along with a...

Podcast – Coffee & catch up with Dr. J

Back in Podcast mode. Starting out with a quick coffee and catch up with Dr. J and easing into a few topics to get the Pod rolling again. We talk about Jason’s year announcing...

Pro/Am Weekend

Big weekend on the Pro/Am side of racing with the Wisconsin Tangent Pro/Am going down alongside Pro/Ams in Salt Lake and Molalla, Oregon. In Wisconsin, Daylight Cycles’s Corben Sharah took the win and a...

BIO – Haro / US Development Brooke Craft

Where do you live? I live in Lakeside, California Years Racing? I have been racing since I was 6 years old, so about 8 years now Home Track? I am lucky enough to call...

The Future – Kye Whyte

It’s been a good few weeks for Kye Whyte, doubling at the British Telford National and coming in second this weekend at the European Championships behind BC Teammate Kyle Evans in Glasgow. What’s even...

European Championships Glasgow Results

Elite Women 1. Laura Smulders 2. Simone Christensen 3. Yaroslava Bondarenko Elite Men 1. Kyle Evans 2. Kye Whyte 3. Sylvain André PC: kennyhunterphotography website

Great Salt Lake Nationals (Pro Results)

Day1 1. Jeff Upshaw (Driven Cycling Academy) 2. Kamren Larsen (Haro / US Development) 3. Tyler Faoro (Dan Comp / Optimum Nutrition) Day 2 1. Kamren Larsen ( Haro / US Development) 2. Tyler...

Racer Jam at The Sourse Park.

Keith Duly (Jump Club) and the guys at The Source are doing great things for grass roots racing over in the UK. Check out this clip of the guys bringing the racer kids to...