BMX racing news June 2010

    30/06 NBL BMX Racing Completes Another Classic Weekend In Pittsburgh

    NBL press release
    Stars & Stripes Nationals Saturday Night Pro Spectacular Event Rocks South Park!
    GAHANNA, OH — The NBL Stars & Stripes Nationals, held at South Park BMX in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, June 25-27, drew over 1000 racers and fans to race and watch the action at the longest-running NBL National. The seventh race of the season for the NBL’s Elite Series featured more than 400 fast Pros and top amateur riders from across the country on the world-renowned South Park track.

    The Pro Spectacular began with local rockers, Good Brother Earl, taking the stage to entertain the crowd. Fun contests and exciting giveaways for fans included more than $2000 in prizes, including bikes from Intense and a Hyper dR Replica Bike won by local rider, Joel Ewing.

    Pros from all over the U.S., as well as Colombia, Brazil, and South Africa signed autographs for their fans during an autograph session, and then the big action began at 5pm! The “Alabama Slamma”, Clayborn’s Barry Nobles, laid the ponies down to take the Elite Men win over Olympian Ramiro Marino and Haro’s Jason Rogers. Dominique Daniels continued her domination of the Elite Women’s class by powering past Florida girls, Amanda Geving and Madison Pitts. It was Standard’s Scott McMahon who passed Johnny Culbreth in the second straight and got out ahead of the typical Super-Ex pileup coming out of the Pro section. He held off Weston Pope down the last straight for the win. GT’s Joey Albright is hitting his stride this season and continued his solid run with a win over Intense/Dyna-Pep’s Tommy Opincar to increase his points lead in the Masters class.


    Elite Men: 1. Barry Nobles, 2. Ramiro Marino, 3. Jason Rogers

    Elite Women: 1. Dominique Daniels, 2. Amanda Geving, 3. Madison Pitts

    Super-Ex: 1. Scott McMahon, 2. Weston Pope, 3. A.J. Bontorno

    Masters: 1. Joey Albright, 2. Tommy Opincar, 3. Andres Rueda

    The racing in South Park lived up to the hype with only three more races left for Elites to gets points before the Grands on Labor Day weekend in Louisville. Next stop: Nashville, Tennessee for the Music City Nationals. For complete athlete standings and more information, visit the NBL website at

    The NBL Stars & Stripes Nationals were proudly sponsored by Hyper Bicycles (, Kenda Tires (, J&R Bicycles ( Intense BMX (, Ohio Dreams Action Sports Camp (, Sinz Racing (, and THE Products (

    About the National Bicycle League
    The National Bicycle League (NBL) sanctions exciting local, state, and national levels of BMX (Bicycle Motocross) racing across the country and in Puerto Rico. With more than 30,000 members and more than 150 BMX race tracks, the NBL is the largest not-for-profit BMX racing association in America. NBL is BMX! For more information, visit:

    About South Park BMX
    Known around the world as one of the best and most challenging BMX tracks, South Park BMX is not for the faint-hearted. Set on the side of a hill and featuring a Pro section straight from the trails, South Park always separates the contenders from the pretenders. The classic NBL track will be sure to provide fireworks again this year!

    30/06 Entry form for BMX Victoria 2010 State Titles now available

    BMXVictoria press release
    Entries are now open for the 2010 VICTORIAN OPEN BMX CHAMPIONSHIPS. The event this year is at the completely re-vamped Frankston BMX Club and runs for three days from Friday 26th to Sunday 28th November.
    The event includes on the Saturday the second round of the 2011 Rock Energy Drinks Champbikx/Probikx National Series.

    The Entry form for the 2010 VICTORIAN OPEN BMX CHAMPIONSHIPS is available now on the BMXV website (follow the links to ‘2010 Events’ to download it).

    Online entry will be available from the same source as of mid-August.  BMXV recommends online entry.
    Riders requiring help with accommodation should go to  or contact the friendly staff at Frankston Visitor Information Centre. Phone Toll Free 1300 322 842 or email
    Scoring will be by transponder for both the 2010 VICTORIAN OPEN BMX CHAMPIONSHIPS and the Rock Energy Drinks Champbikx/Probikx National Series round 2. Competitors owning their own transponder can obtain a discount on their entry fees in both events.

    If you are interested in purchasing your own transponder go to the BMXQ website and follow the links to ‘Getting Started’ then ‘MYLAPS Sport Timing Information’

    Please note that entries for the 2010 VICTORIAN OPEN BMX CHAMPIONSHIPS and the 2011 Rock Energy Drinks Champbikx/Probikx National Series must be sent to different addresses. See the relevant entry forms for details.

    29/06 Try the BMXMAD Challenge. Support the Australian BMX Industry

    For many years now we have been supporting the Australian BMX industry.

    When we say Australian BMX industry we are talking about every part of it from stores, to distributors, to manufacturers and the magazines and websites that promote the industry and our great sport. If there aren’t BMX race bikes and accessories in bike shops it’s going to be very difficult for our sport to grow. We are regularly asked about advertising for overseas mail order companies, some of the offers have been very generous, we have knocked them back because that’s not what is about.

    This website was initially set up in 1996 to help Australian riders find information about BMX racing in Australia. It has evolved to something much bigger than that. We have a truely international audience and support from some of the biggest manufacturers in BMX racing, this allows us to do regular reviews of some of the best products on the market.

    When we see other Aussie companies taking the initiative it makes us proud.

    Melbourne based BMX specialist, BMXMAD have a challenge. They are challenging you to buy from them first. They are busting their bawls to match, or better, any price you can get overseas. Think about it. The great products that you want, the great prices that you are after and awesome local service that you need. All while you support the Australian BMX industry, and protect the future of BMX racing in Australia.

    See their website for all the details.

    28/06 ONE/Kenda EC rounds 9-10 in Czech Republic

    ONE KENDA press release
    Round 9 and 10 of the Elite and Junior Men/Women European Championship were held in Klatovy/Czech Republic. 

    The weather was bad and it had made the track slippery and slow.

    ONE/Kenda‘s Chris Christensen from Denmark did well by winning both rounds. His sister Simone took 2nd place on both days.

    In Elite Women ONE/Kenda‘s Aneta Hladikova from Czech Republic was doing well in the pre rounds, but took a 7th and 8th  due to a crash in the main event.

    Next rounds will be the final rounds in Norway in a couple of weeks.

    Check for the videos here: BMX-VIDEOS.COM


    28/06 ABA Expands Staff to meet growth demand

    ABA press release 
    Gilbert, Arizona – Long time American Bicycle Association track builder and lifelong BMXer, Billy Allen has joined the ABA office staff.  “With the rapid growth of memberships and tracks around the United States and Canada, we needed a knowledgeable and experienced person to assist us in meeting our members and track operators needs,” stated John David, ABA Chief Operating Officer.  With three current track directors, Billy will be the fourth.  In addition to working with new tracks, Billy will also be providing support to existing tracks. 

    “The American Bicycle Association has experienced tremendous growth since adding its last member to the track director staff in 2007.  Continually working to improve the services offered to our members, the ABA must expand our staff to keep up with the demands,” said BA Anderson, CEO.  “Billy Allen has been a part of our BMX family for many years and will be a great addition to our office staff.”

    Billy Allen has been a long-time track builder for the ABA and will continue to build all indoor national tracks, including the Grands.  “I am excited about this opportunity and look forward to my new role”, said Allen.  “This will give me the opportunity to continue working with the many people I have met around the United States and Canada while spending more time with my family.” 

    Billy has been around BMX the vast majority of his life.  Born in Maryland, Billy began his racing career at the age of 4 years old.  Billy’s dad Kenny operated ABA’s Columbia BMX track for 20 years.  Billy, his father, and brother Neal have built and shaped many of the BMX tracks around the United States and Canada.  Billy, his wife and two children recently relocated from Colorado Springs to Gilbert, Arizona. 

    The ABA Track Director Department is responsible for growing the sport at the grass roots level and offering all aspects of service and support to ABA tracks.  “Billy has been in the field building tracks for many years and has established relationships with many of our track operators,” said John David.  “Having the experiences as a racer, a track builder, and a BMX National Commissaire, Billy will bring additional knowledge to our office staff that can better serve our members.”

    If you would like to contact Billy Allen he can be reached at 480-961-1903 x149 or

    About the American Bicycle Association
    ABA (American Bicycle Association), formed in 1977 and headquartered in Chandler, Arizona is “The Sanctioning Body of BMX”©. The ABA organizes BMX racing for boys, girls and adults, nationwide and Canada. With 60,000 active members, 274 racing facilities and a 27 event national race schedule, ABA is the largest promoter of action sports.

    25/06 Elite Woman Donna Snow Announced As New NBL Spokesmodel

    NBL press release
    Donna Will Be The Face of New NBL Marketing Campaigns
    GAHANNA, OH — Donna Snow, 2010 Miss Florida U.S. International, has been named the new spokesmodel of the NBL. Donna’s unique blend of racing talent and pageant beauty has made her one of the more popular women in the Elite Series. Her presence in forthcoming NBL ad campaigns will help raise the profile of BMX Racing and bring the sport to new audiences.

    NBL CEO Gary Aragon introduces Donna, “As we move into a new era of the NBL with exciting marketing campaigns and promotions, Donna Snow will play a key role. We are grateful for Donna’s participation and we look forward to working with her.”

    “I’m proud to represent the NBL,” Donna says. “I’ve been involved with the NBL since I was six years old and have made so many fantastic friends. They are like my extended family. I’m committed to racing in the NBL and can’t wait to see what the future brings.” 

    About the National Bicycle League
    The National Bicycle League (NBL) sanctions exciting local, state, and national levels of BMX (Bicycle Motocross) racing across the country and in Puerto Rico. With more than 30,000 members and more than 150 BMX race tracks, the NBL is the largest not-for-profit BMX racing association in America. NBL is BMX! For more information, visit:

    25/06 NBL Charges Forward With Introduction of New Marketing Team

    NBL press release
    Experienced Group To Lead New Marketing And Promotional Campaigns
    GAHANNA, OH — Today the National Bicycle League introduced a new team to lead their marketing and branding strategies. The group will be headed by Mike Koulermos who brings over 30 years of experience on Madison Avenue to the NBL. The team also includes Brand Strategists Steve Hamm and Todd Noall, and Producer/Director/Editor Timothy M. Flaherty.

    NBL CEO Gary Aragon says, "I consider the NBL lucky to be able to work with such a talented team of people and am excited about the ideas and energy they will bring to the organization. This group provides us with a wealth of experience previously untapped by the NBL and BMX Racing world."

    Mike Koulermos is a former VP of Marketing/Creative Director with six years of experience at Victoria’s Secret Bath & Fragrance and Bath & Body Works. Prior to Limited Brands, he was a Senior VP/Creative Director for McCann Erickson Worldwide Advertising in New York City for 14 years. Mike has created advertising for clients such as Coca-Cola, Sony, Johnson & Johnson, Smirnoff, Revlon, L’Oreal, Mennen, Black & Decker, Camel, and ESPN.

    Mike adds, “The NBL presents many new opportunities and challenges that we can’t wait to tackle. Very rarely does a piece of business come along where everyone shares the same passion to do great creative work, especially when you have a client who is willing to take chances.”

    Steve Hamm and Todd Noall have worked together on branding, advertising, and websites for a variety of companies in the Salt Lake and Columbus areas. Timothy M. Flaherty is an Emmy and Telly Award-winning Producer, Director, and Editor.

    About the National Bicycle League

    The National Bicycle League (NBL) sanctions exciting local, state, and national levels of BMX (Bicycle Motocross) racing across the country and in Puerto Rico. With more than 30,000 members and more than 150 BMX race tracks, the NBL is the largest not-for-profit BMX racing association in America. NBL is BMX! For more information, visit:

    25/06 ABA BMX and announce long term partnership

    ABA/ press release
    The American Bicycle Association and are pleased to announce an exclusive agreement through 2015.  The agreement between and the ABA will ensure webcast of ABA National events through 2015.  “Through our partnership with we are able to bring the most exciting BMX racing events to the masses.  We understand that entire families are not always able to travel to every event and that through this service they can still watch their family and friends compete,’ said BA Anderson, ABA CEO.  “GO211 has been a great partner and we look forward to the next five years and beyond.”  

    The agreement with and the ABA continues a partnership that has been in place for the past three years.  Through the past and current arrangement, will be present at ABA Nationals broadcasting via their website to BMX parents, families, and fans around the globe.  “We are thrilled to be covering national events over the next five years and are excited to be partnered with the ABA” said Sean Aruda, C.E.O.  “GO211 has enjoyed the professionalism by which the ABA manages their events and the tremendous amount of viewers that visit GO211 to watch ABA events.” 

    The American Bicycle Association prides itself on the growth of BMX and providing the best customer service possible. “A lot of changes have occurred to the internet in the last five years and we are confident that GO211 will stay at the forefront and continue to be a valuable partner as we move forward,” said Anderson.   “ has allowed friends and family members to be part of many of our National Series events from the comfort of their own home.  This is an important service that we are able to provide our members.”  

    As part of the agreement, in addition to providing great streaming broadcast, GO211 will become even more visible for riders and fans attending National Series events.   Be on the look out for some of those changes at a National event near you.  

    For the remainder of the 2010 National Series schedule look for live broadcast of the Blackjack and Disney Cup Nationals in addition to the Redline Cup West and the ABA Race of Champions and the ABA Grand Nationals. 

    About the American Bicycle Association
    ABA (American Bicycle Association), formed in 1977 and headquartered in Chandler, Arizona is “The Sanctioning Body of BMX”©. The ABA organizes BMX racing for boys, girls and adults, nationwide and Canada. With 60,000 active members, 274 racing facilities and a 27 event national race schedule, ABA is the largest promoter of action sports.

    GO211 is an Action Sports community that represents athletes within Snowboarding, Skateboarding, Surfing and Bike. We present LIVE webcasts of major alternative sports events happening around the world. Become a member, connect with friends or the GO211 team and stay up to date on the latest happenings.

    25/06 Morphine Industries Rocks at Rockford

    Morphine Industries press release
    If you are one of the few who haven’t been to the Rock, be sure to put it on next years list because you are missing out on one of the best overall facilities in BMX. The track is dialed and they seem to step it up every year. The covered staging area is now extended out past the starting gate so you don’t have to roast in the sun while your waiting to bang bars on one of the smoothest tracks you will ever ride. 

    Notable memories of the weekend; 

    • The legendary drop off is gone.
    • Ken Nork was in attendance…definitely good too see him out and about!
    • The storm Friday night was crazy….70 mph winds, hail, and a ton of lighting.
    • The 50/50 raffle had everyone buying tickets trying to win that 2,800 bucks (that had to have been a record)
    • Races between Conner and Corben = epic
    • Pat Parker learning why George Andrews is called the Mangler! 
    • Turn 2 – alot of people got ejected over that berm. My favorite was Derosa getting hit in the 1st turn, then sends the guy over turn 2 as a return favor.
    • 4 Morphine Industries riders, 6 podiums – it went like this;

    Tim Dinger returned to his old stomping grounds and rode away with a 5th on Saturday and a 2nd on Sunday!  Way to get on that box son! 

    Doran Bradshaw pulled off a 2nd, 4th and a 5th in some crazy races where bodies were flying and people got mad. 36-40 expert and cruiser is no joke….those guys may be old but they go to war when the gate drops! 

    Olijuwon Davis podiumed both days in 19-27X with a 2nd and a 3rd, and took the win on Sunday in 17& over open. He also gave it a go in Elite Men on Saturday to see how he stacked up with the best in the business. After getting the butterflies out in the first moto, he rode well with 3rd and 5th in the following motos but the first moto jitters kept him from advancing any farther in Elite for the day.  

    Damien Chrepko also got on the podium in 16X with a 3rd on Saturday.  Sunday didn’t work out as well after getting tangled with another rider but I have a feeling he will be back to his winning ways next week at South Park. 

     In the next 3 weeks, we’ll have riders at South Park and Evansville followed up with most of the team representing at Nashville. C U there! 

    Morphine Industries would like to thank its Factory Team Sponsors; HARO BIKES (, Fly Racing (, Alienation (, Sinz Racing (, Rennen (, Black Crown (, Tioga (

    24/06 Prestigious UCI Continental Championship Taking place at the American Bicycle Association Great Salt Lake Nationals

     ABA press release
    Gilbert, Arizona – The American Bicycle Association (ABA) is returning to South Jordan, Utah, and Rad Canyon BMX, July 2-4, 2010, for the 14th consecutive year of the Great Salt Lake Nationals.  This year the bicycle motocross race has even more significance than years past as it carries the International Cycling Union (UCI) category 3 points status.  There is only one race in the United States this year that carries more point value and that is a BMX Supercross race, also ran by the ABA, to be held at the Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, California, this September.

    The International Cycling Union (UCI) is cycling’s International Federation recognized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and administers and promotes the development of the eight disciplines of cycling, including BMX.  Qualifications spots for each Nation in the Olympic Games in the discipline of BMX are determined by the UCI.  The rankings by nation are determined by the position of the three best male and three female riders from each nation in the UCI BMX ranking.  Each event has a point value with the lower numbered category races carrying more weight.  For the current calendar year there are 71 UCI BMX races with only six races having a higher point value and only three with equal value to the July 3rd race.

    Olympic BMX racers from the 2008 Beijing Games from around the globe will be in attendance at the event.  13 of the 32 male BMX racers who competed in the inaugural BMX event in Beijing are also in contention for the coveted ABA #1 Pro Title.  Olympic Gold Medalist Maris Stombergs (LAT), Cristian Becirine (ARG) Arturs Matisons (LAT), Robert de Wilde (NED), Raymon van der Biezen (NED), Ramiro Marino (ARG), Sifiso Nhlapo (RSA), Jared Graves (AUS), Marc Willers (NZL), Liam Phillips (GBR), Kyle Bennett (USA), Olympic Bronze Medalist Donny Robinson (USA), and Olympic Silver Medalist Mike Day (USA), are all Olympians who have raced previous ABA events.  Sarah Walker (NZL), Sammy Cools (CAN), and Shanaze Reade (GBR), are 3 of the 16 female Olympians who have been in attendance at previous ABA events in 2010.

    In addition to the top pros in the World, the event will draw some of the fastest and up and coming amateurs from around the United States and Canada.  These riders range in age from 4 to 76 and will be racing to amass points for titles in their age classes and the highly coveted ABA #1 amateur title.    It is anticipated that the weekend will see over 1,000 racers each day, attracting thousands of fans and spectators to the Rad Canyon BMX facility.

    Action for the weekend gets started on Friday with registration and practice taking place from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m.  Racing on Friday will begin at 6:00 p.m.  Saturday gets started with registration and practice beginning at 7:30 a.m. and racing beginning at 11:30 a.m.  Sunday, the gates open at 7:00 a.m. and racing begins at 8:00 a.m.  A day parking pass is $10 and a weekend parking pass is $20, there is no admission charge.  The pro practice will take place from 5:00 to 5:40 p.m. on Friday and 10:30 to 11:00 a.m. on Saturday. 

    RAD Canyon BMX is a Salt Lake County Parks and Recreation facility, and American Bicycle Association sanctioned BMX race track. The track is located in South Jordan, UT @ approximately 5200 West 9800 South (4 blocks south of Old Bingham Hwy on 5200 West). This family friendly facility is equipped with bleachers, rest rooms and a snack bar.  The normal outdoor schedule runs from May thru September.  There is open practice on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.  Race nights are Thursday, with registration from 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. and racing beginning around 7:15 p.m. For more information on Rad Canyon BMX, visit

    About the American Bicycle Association
    ABA (American Bicycle Association), formed in 1977 and headquartered in Chandler, Arizona is “The Sanctioning Body of BMX”©. The ABA organizes BMX racing for boys, girls and adults, nationwide and Canada. With 60,000 active members, 274 racing facilities and a 27 event national race schedule, ABA is the largest promoter of action sports.

    24/06 HRVfitness Rocks South Australia vs Victoria

    HRVfitness press release
    Team HRVfitness had a fantastic weekend as the team headed to Mount Gambier for SA vs Vic Battle Royal. Its always a cold and windy weekend in South Australia, but it was good to see some awesome racing form all classes which heated things up.

    The boys were in fantastic form; Jaden Rice dominated all weekend, winning both 11 boys on Saturday and then 10 boys on the Sunday. Did we mention Jaden is still only 9 years old? Brandon Te Hiko was in devastating form winning both cruiser and 20inch on Saturday and then just opting for the 20inch on Sunday and still managed to come home with the win. Olivier Hoarau was looking great all weekend making mains both days in AA. But it was Sunday’s final when he turned on the power, popping out to an early lead but lost it in the first turn. He managed to pull it back through the pro section, but didn’t have the legs down the last straight and had to settle for second place.

    Jaden and Brandon are now focusing on their world title campaigns, which will be held in South Africa in July. After both of them taking wins at the recent Australian titles in Shepparton Australia, they boys will be favorites to continue their winning ways at the worlds.

    Good luck boys!!

    HRVfitness would like to thank all their supporters and sponsors.

    Intense BMX, Skin Industries, Strictly BMX, BMXPress magazine,, Altegra and Phire Bird

    23/06 ONE Bicycles Team Australia Update – Izzy goes to Gambier

    One Bicycles Australia press release
    Mount Gambier South Australia v Victoria & Australian Country Cup Championships By Izzy Penglase

    Friday- we went and saw Josie in hospital after that packed and off to SA .

    We arrived at the track in time for practice and the track looked awesome well done Blue lake BMX club, the start hill was a sight I couldn’t believe.

    It was cold and damp and started to rain Dad and I looked at each other and decided a warm room hot dinner was better than cold and wet race clothes and cleaning bikes so of to our room it was.

    Saturday- Country Cup Day

    After a few laps in practice on 20 and Cruiser I was happy with the track and gate and ready to race.

    The racing was bad as there was only a few mottos between my 20 inch and cruiser ( not a good motto draw) I had a 3rd and final call as I was getting my cruiser in one motto so dropped one race. The racing was good and after each race was getting quicker. I finished the day 2nd in 20 and a 3rd in Cruiser.

    Sunday- Sa v Vic
    Got up early and headed to the track. I was happy with practice as I finally pedalled all the way down the start hill and didn’t touch the brakes for the first double.

    I was getting closer to the leader 3A in every race but couldn’t get there in the end.

    In the cruiser on Sunday I made all Motto’s as the Draw was much better and gave us time to change bikes, and I finished 2nd overall.


    2nd in 20
    3rd in Cruiser
    2nd in 20
    2nd in

    Many thanks to our sponsors and supporter and especially Denise Sinnma for the food (beat dad’s pasta) and drinks provided buy the state team .

    Also Utopia Optics, One bicycles, ECI and Team Manager Shane for all their support.

    How to buy One Bicycles products in Australia
    If you would like to purchase a One Bicycles frame or accessories in Australia the best way to do so is to head down to your local bike store and place an order. If they don’t know what you are talking about tell them to call Elite Cycle Imports while you wait and place your order there and then. After doing some calculations ourselves we have found the cheapest way to get One Bicycles products in Australia is through a local reseller.

    About One Bicycles
    For over a decade ONE Bicycles (operating out of Holland), inducted into the European Hall of Fame, has solely focused all their efforts on the sport of BMX. Today they are at the forefront of BMX product design Worldwide. Utilizing advancements in the industry, some of which were conceived in ONE’s own engineering department, their products directly reflect the evolution and maturing of proven BMX design. Like a fine wine ONE Bicycles product line has come of age as a result of years of dedication to the sport of BMX.

    One Bicycles are a major sponsor of the team
    Over the years One Bicycles have sponsored

    • Khalen Young
    • The Phirebird team which includes 2005 & 2006 World Championships finalist Jamie Gray and 2006 NBL Grands (A Pro) champion Glenn Codega

    In 2008 Maris Strombergs rode his One Bicycle to victory in the Elite Men’s class at the UCI World Championships and followed that up by taking the first ever Men’s BMX Gold medal at the Olympics.

    For more information about One Bicycles check out

    23/06 Stephen Murray 3 year anniversary today!

    STAY STRONG press release
    June 22nd marks the 3 year anniversary of Stephen Murray’s accident in Baltimore MD which left him paralysed from the shoulders down during a double backflip attempt in the finals of the AST Dew Tour.

    The time may have flown by for us but for Stephen it has been a long, slow challenge to get his life back on track. Medical complications, divorce procedures and general obstacles thrown in his path have kept Stephen determined to over come the challenges before him and tackle his problems head on..

    No matter how hard things have gotten for him he has always remained true to his life message "STAY STRONG" Never a quitter and always filled with determination previously as a rider and now in his current situation. Stephen Murray is still a BMX soldier in every sense of the word!

    Remembering Stephen Murray today, and looking forward to him slowly getting his life back on track…

    Message from Stephen… " I  would personally like to thank the Worldwide BMX community and industry for all the support shown to me and my family in the last 3 years. It is humbling to think how much people have pulled together to help us out and I appreciate everything that you guys have done for me. My past sponsors and even brands I didn’t ride for have gone above and beyond what I could have ever imagined.. The BMX family is a true family and I’m grateful to have you all behind me.. It’s been a tough 3 years but I’m still pushing on and not going to let this situation get the better of me!  Stay Strong isn’t just a saying or a brand name, it’s a way of life to me now and a message I will always stick by and continue to promote. No matter how tough life get’s STAY STRONG. Thank you.

    22/06 Morphine Industries Hits ABA East Coast National

    Morphine Industries press release
    Charlotte NC is known as the NASCAR capitol of the world.  While there weren’t any paved turns or drunken fans, this weekend was all about some BMX racing where rubbin’ is racing…

    The track was dumped on with rain on Thursday night, which cancelled the race that was going to be held, but come Friday afternoon it was dry as a bone.  Hats off to the crew at Hornets Nest BMX for making the track smooth and keeping the turns swept all weekend. 

    The only Morphine Soldier to make it to this race was Vet Pro Tim Dinger.  This is Dinger’s home track and from what he tells us holds “Tuesday Night World Championships” every week with fellow locals.  It gets pretty serious and if you’re not careful, feelings will get hurt…

    The weekend had brought some of the hottest weather that we have seen in NC and it was one of those weekends where you had to drink gallons of water to stay on top of your game.  Being that this was a Pro Open race Dinger had to race the young bucks but that didn’t worry him at all on his home track.  With outside lane choice and short straight-aways that didn’t provide many passing opportunities Dinger had some good laps and ended up 3rd on Saturday and 4th on Sunday getting passed at the line down the last straight. 

    What was the most fun though was the 2hr trail session that went down at Dinger’s trails afterwards.  With about 25 riders showing up after the race it was good time for all. Diner has built these trails all by himself and even though they were not huge, they were fun for all.    

    Next few stops on the Morphine Industries summer tour are Rockford and Nashville.

    Morphine Industries would like to thank its Factory Team Sponsors; HARO BIKES (, Fly Racing (, Alienation (, Sinz Racing (, Rennen (, Black Crown (, Tioga (

    21/06 Review: Start Gate Pro

    Are you looking for an affordable start gate mechanism for home so you can do gate practice when you want to? Check out this review of the Start Gate Pro.

    18/06 Auckland to host BMX World Championships

    by bikenz
    New Zealand has won the rights to host the UCI BMX World Championships in 2013 to be held in Auckland.

    The world ruling body, Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) informed BikeNZ overnight that the joint bid with BMX New Zealand, Auckland City Council and the government has been successful.

    The event will be staged at Auckland’s Vector Arena in mid-July 2013, where a purpose-built track will be constructed using between 5000-6000 cubic metres of dirt.

    The championship is expected to attract 4500 competitors, officials and supporters to the country for one of the world’s fastest growing sports that made its Olympic debut in Beijing.

    Current BMX double World Champion Sarah Walker said she was thrilled with the news.

    “To have the world championships in my own country will be amazing because although BMX has slowly made its way into the kiwi public eye, it will bring so much more attention to the sport,” Walker said from California today where she is preparing to defend her world championship.

    “Hopefully it will create more excitement about our sport. Being able to show off the sport that I love and compete at the highest level in front of my friends and family that haven’t had the chance to watch an international BMX event will be such a buzz.”

    Auckland Mayor John Banks says the next couple of years will be exciting and certainly busy for Auckland as the city welcomes many major sporting events to its shores.

    “Hosting the 2013 UCI BMX World Championships will be another great opportunity to demonstrate Auckland’s ability to deliver major events,” says Mr Banks.

    “Winning the rights to host this fantastic international event was the result of a successful partnership between Auckland City Council, BikeNZ, BMX New Zealand and central government.”

    The event will generate a number of economic, social and international exposure benefits for the Auckland region and New Zealand.  It is expected to generate an estimated $13 million of new income into Auckland during the city’s off peak tourism season.

    The event will provide an enormous boost for the sport in this country, according to BikeNZ.

    “This is another incredible step in the growth of cycling in New Zealand.  With the Junior World Track Championships here in 2012, this event for BMX will continue to escalate the growth of our sport and greatly benefit the future champions we will see leading on the world stage through to the Rio Olympics in 2016,” said BikeNZ High Performance Director, Mark Elliott.

    “We have a strong group of 15 to 17 year old BMX riders who are pushing their way into our High Performance programme. The timing of this world championship will see a number of these athletes pushing to showcase their potential on home soil.”

    BMX New Zealand president, Bruce Northwood said it is great news for his sport and now his organisation will go about the huge job of organising the event.

    “We have some great people in this country in this sport and now we can focus on not only show-piecing this sport at its best to New Zealand but also raise the bar on presenting the BMX World Championship to the world,” Northwood said.

    “Certainly to stage this indoors right in downtown Auckland in a superb facility like the Vector Arena presents a splendid opportunity.”

    Mr Northwood said that the organisation will now focus on ensuring the funding required to ensure its success, and hopes to make announcements in the near future.

    18/06 More Supercross product landed in Australia

    Supercross BMX SLT forks and Fox Yeah! BarsSupercross BMX Australia press release
    At Supercross BMX Australia we are proud to be able to provide light weight and affordable parts and frames to the Australian BMX scene.

    We have just received new stock including the full range of handlebars and the new E-line Pivotal saddles, and the coolest looking frame number kits in BMX, the UCI Number Decal kits. Get yours now!

    We now have a wide range of handlebars, forks and stems in stock, including;


    • Pro forks
    • Pro LT forks
    • Pro SLT forks
    • Straight 8 Pro bars
    • Straight 6 Cruiser bars
    • Pro LT bars
    • Fox Yeah! bars
    • Sammy Cools bars
    • Front loader stems
    • Top loader stems
    • UCI Number Decal kits
    • E-line Pivotal saddles


    • Chains (hollow link/hollow pin)
    • Sealed integrated headsets (45/45)
    • Speedline SX mini cranks
    • Quick release seat clamps

    And there’s a whole lot more on the way, including frames.

    Supercross BMX Australia are a supporter of BSX and the Royal Children’s Hospital and co-sponsor the team.

    To find out more information about Supercross BMX products check out, and for Speedline Parts check

    For more information and dealer enquiries email

    If you would like to purchase Supercross products in Australia please have your local bike shop contact us.


    18/06 EOFY Sale at Don Ash Bike Hub

    Don Ash Bike Hub press release

    Intense Race Expert 24, Black….now $500
    Intense Factory Pro XL, silver….now $850
    Intense Factory 24, silver….now $850

    Haro Race mini, titanium….now $550
    Haro Race Pro XL, white….now $550
    Haro Race 24, white….now $600

    All bikes are in stock & ready to go. We only have 1 of each bike available.

    If you are interested in any of these please call the shop on 0358 213378 & ask for Nathan Barker or Nathan May.

    Check out or website….

    17/06 More new stuff from THE

    Things are a little quiet on the news front so we went looking to see what’s new. While checking through some sites we found what looks like a completely redesigned knee/shin guard from THE. Actually there were two variations. The standard Storm Knee Shin guard looks like it’s been updated, not only to a new colour (of all back), but there appears to be some additional changes with the materials used. It’s the two piece version that looks a whole lot different. It doesn’t have the built in sock that the one piece has and it has a totally different strap system, and then there’s the velcro that joins the two halfs together, they should make for a more comfortable fit and look like they were designed to wear under race pants. Although my old THE Storm guards were just fine under my race pants.

    For more information check out THE is distributed in Australia by Elite Cycle Imports.

    THE Storm Knee Shin guard THE Storm 2 piece knee shin guards

    16/06 New Zealand wins Trans Tasman Trophy

    by bikemedia
    Australian BMX riders relinquished their grip on the Trans Tasman Test Trophy in Casino over the weekend.. New Zealand took out the win with an impressive 125 points to Australia’s 70 points reclaiming the trophy for the first time in three years. 

    With competition held in both countries the event is now in its 22nd year and is commonly referred to as the Mighty 11’s. It lays claim to being a breeding ground for future talent such as Beijing Olympians, Sarah Walker (NZ) and Luke Madill (AUS). 

    According to Australia’s event manager, Sonia Buckley, the competition was fierce from start to finish.

    “I’m sure the New Zealand riders were told they would not be allowed back in the country without the trophy! They made a strong start and didn’t let up,” Buckley said. “The parents from New Zealand were so proud they did the Haka during presentations. It was fantastic.”

    The girls scholarship team win also went to New Zealand with the Australian girls, all from New South Wales, putting up a strong challenge. New Zealand’s, Rebecca Petch took the overall Mighty 11 Challenge Trophy for leading rider as well as the best female.

    The Australian top riders selected to compete in New Zealand in October will be:

    Jacob Griffiths – Pine Rivers QLD
    Mitchell Hoad – Cairns QLD
    Cooper Pozniak – Lake Macquarie NSW
    Justin Beattie – Blue Mountains NSW
    Jiye Ellis – Southlake NSW

    The girls scholarship was won by:
    Saya Sakakibara – Southlake NSW
    Chelsea Boylan – Penrith NSW
    Holly Cooper – Clarence Valley NSW

    These Australian riders who will head to Rotorua, New Zealand for the return match on the 23-24 October as part of the North Island Titles.

    The Mighty 11’s international BMX competition is now in its 22nd year and has origins  in Ipswich, Qld and Tamworth, NSW and is now hosted in Australia by BMX NSW. The annual event is a ‘cultural exchange’ which occurs in Australia on the Queen’s Birthday weekend in June and then is held in New Zealand on the Labour Day holiday in October. Riders are invited to compete and must be 11years of age. The competition is awarded on points and riders need to race as a team.

    15/06 changes press release
    Since it’s inception in 1996 has always been considered amongst the top BMX websites in the world. It’s far from just another BMX website, there are many features of the site that make it stand out from the crowd and keep it very different to the others. Created by, Shane Jenkins, who has been a professional web developer/designer for large international companies for over 10 years, the site always has a professional edge and a very different look and feel to other sites. Shane uses it as a test bed in most cases, and likes to change it every couple of years to keep it fresh, innovative and to improve usability. Well it’s that time again.

    The forum has been changed already, there may be some minor tweaks, if you have a wide screen monitor you will notice more of the design changes, but if you don’t you will still see all the information and updates as per usual. You may have noticed the front page has changed too, that will continue to evolve as we fine tune things.

    There will be other modifications moving forward, but since is such a massive resource, with nearly 15 years of archives, it will take some time.

    If you find any errors or have problems with it please email

    15/06 Refresh "Olympic dreams for Kids" at Richfield Park BMX in Michigan

    ABA press release
    Gilbert, Arizona – One of the newest ABA BMX tracks is taking part in the Pepsi Refresh Project to try and raise $25,000.  The top 10 ideas selected by voters will receive funding from Pepsi.  The project is current sitting at 189 and with the help of the entire BMX Community we can help improve their chances for funding.  Voting for this round of grants ends June 30th, 2010.  To vote, simply follow this link, register, and vote.  Only the top 10 will get enough votes to receive a grant worth $25,000.   

    The "Olympic Dreams for Kids" project for Richfield Park BMX will help fund the purchase of BMX bikes, protective gear, an annual license, and cover the cost of competing for a year at the Richfield Park BMX facility.  This project is for kids without bikes and whose parent’s are unable to afford the costs to participate.  The grant will assist Richfield BMX in providing for a healthy lifestyle for children in the community while letting them follow their dreams.  The Genesee County Area has been devastated by unemployment leaving kids with little to enjoy.  This grant from Pepsi will bring something positive back to the community by inspiring kids to pursue their dreams.  Funds from the Grant will also be used to build a pavilion for the kids to be protected from the elements on hot humid days and during inclement weather.

    The American Bicycle Association (ABA) was formed in 1977 and is headquartered in Chandler, Arizona. “The Sanctioning Body of BMX”©, the ABA organizes BMX racing for boys, girls and adults, nationwide and Canada. With 60,000 active members, 274 racing facilities and a 27 event national race schedule, ABA is the largest promoter of action sports.

    For a listing of all ABA tracks and Google Map directions, please visit

    15/06 New Aussie bike shop to specialise in BMX Race

    OZ BMX CENTRAL press release
    A new bike shop “OZ BMX CENTRAL” has opened in Canberra that specialises in just BMX. Unlike most shops that specialise in just BMX the shop is BMX raced based with dirt, park and street on the side, rather then the other way around. We will also be stocking Old School friendly parts over the coming months.

    OZ BMX CENTRAL carries a large range of bikes, accessories and apparel. Some of our brands include GHP, Redman, Bombshell, Avent, Redline, DK, Condemned, Mirraco, SNAFU, Risen BMX, Snap, Tioga, Kenda, Odyssey and Fly race wear. If we don’t have it in stock then we will get it for you, we have some great savings on hand on most brands. The aim of OZ BMX CENTRAL is to keep BMX as affordable as possible by offering you the best prices possible.

    Store owner Brett Williams said that there is a market for BMX race in Australia in which only a few current stores capitalise on. “The main problem with most bike shops is that they are focused on MTB and road and have little knowledge of BMX and current trends. We all see new riders turn up to local tracks on a brand new freestyle BMX that the local shop sold them to race BMX on, they seem more interested in selling what’s on the floor then what is right for the sport. We not only supply off the shelf bikes such as Redline and DK, we can also custom build the bike to suit the individual rider using GHP, Redman, Avent, DK or Redline frames as the base. There is also a market for the fast growing old school scene in Australia” said Brett.

    “We offer the full range of BMX bikes and parts covering entry level right through to the high end products that some of our top riders use. Whatever your budget we can work a package deal for you”.

    OZ BMX CENTRAL has some amazing specials on the full range of Redline and DK at the moment and will not be beaten on price on these brands*. We all know that the 2010 range of Redline are selling out fast so don’t miss out and a new shipment of DK bikes are due this week.

    The shop also has an online section at, but we are building a web shop complete with shopping cart that we hope to have online later in the year. OZ BMX CENTRAL also have a Pro Shop up and running and they will be seen at local ACT clubbies (and even some NSW clubbies), NSW opens, NSW titles, ACT titles and of course the Aussies in Cairns next year.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Q. Do you match prices?
    A. Oz BMX Central will match/beat any advertised price (including delivery costs) from any Australian based store*. All you need to do is email us the link, quote or a screen shot of where you found the cheaper price and we will work out if the product is available to us and work out the best delivered price for you. There are some overseas based stores that we can match, we will determine if we can match these per item. If unsure just email through if you have seen a cheaper price overseas, but remember we also need to know the total shipping costs and what currency as well. We will then do the currency conversion and take into account bank or pay pal commission rates at the time.
    Product/s must be available to Oz BMX Central for us to price match.

    Q. We are new to the sport; can you do a package deal?
    A. Yes we can arrange a package deal to suit your needs and budget from bike, helmet and gloves to a full family fit out.

    Q. How much will it cost to get my order sent to me?
    A. We will advise you of postage costs once you place an order. You then can agree to go ahead or cancel the order if the postage cost does not suit.

    Q. Can I get the same prices on line in store and at the Pro-shop?
    A. Yes, the prices you see advertised on line are also the prices in store and at our Pro-shop.

    Q. My child has grown out of his/her Junior, do you take trade-ins?
    A. Yes we do, we will take any BMX race bike in a good condition as a trade-in on a new race bike that we stock.

    While OZ BMX CENTRAL the shop is new to BMX OzBMXcentral is not. OzBMXcentral was founded in January 2008 and currently runs two Australian grass roots teams (OzBMXcentral GHP Team and supported riders) with a total of 22 riders being managed by OzBMXcentral founder Brett Williams, are also major supporters of the Retro Race Series.

    To find out more about OZ BMX CENTRAL go to our web site at, call us on 0417 550 338 or drop into 39 Kembla Street, Fyshwick ACT. We are located within the Purple Lloyd’s building; if you get lost just ask the Lloyd’s staff to point you in the right direction.

    (*Oz BMX Central will match and if possible beat any advertised price including any quoted delivery costs from any Australian based store.)

    11/06 Review: Supercross SLT forks

    We sent Simon Trewin out on a job to put the Supercross SLT forks through their paces to see if he could fault them. Click here to find out what he had to say about the newest cromo fork on the market.

    11/06 ONE/Kenda at EC rounds 7-8 in Valkenswaard

    ONE KENDA press release
    Round 7 and 8 of the Elite and Junior Men/Women European Championship was held in Valkenswaard/Holland, host of the 2004 UCI World Championships. 

    The weather was great and the event was one of the nicest in the last few years.

    ONE/Kenda had a nice set up in the team area were the team riders could watch UCI Supercross races and play games on the Playstation.

    The cooler we got from F1 Energy drinks made sure we had cool drinks in the hot sun for our riders and the sponsors that dropped by to enjoy the races.

    ONE/Kenda’s Aneta Hladikova from Czech Republic was in shape and her 2nd place in the Championship for Elite Women was never in danger by a 3rd place on both Saturday and Sunday.

    Simone Christensen from Denmark took  a 2nd place on Saturday and a 4th place on Sunday in 16 Girls 15/16. Her brother Chris doubled with victories in 13/14 Boys. 

    Tommaso Giustacchini from Italy was on fire and came up with a 4th spot in the main in 15/16 Boys.

    The ONE Junior riders made mains too. Jill Vakkers from Holland placed 3rd on Saturday and won on Sunday. Jill’s son Denzel scored well with a 2nd on both Saturday and Sunday.

    Check for the videos here: BMX-VIDEOS.COM

    Photo: Bruno Giustacchini

    ONE KENDA is sponsored by: 

    11/06 NBL Announces J&R Bicycles As A New National Co-Sponsor

    NBL press release
    J&R Bicycles Is The Official Bike Shop Of The NBL & Title Sponsor Of The Bring-A-Buddy Program
    GAHANNA, OH — The National Bicycle League announced today that J&R Bicycles will be a National Series Co-Sponsor for the remainder of the 2010 and 2011 racing seasons. J&R also becomes the title sponsor of the NBL’s Bring-A-Buddy program and the Official Bike Shop of the NBL. In addition to discounts on future racing fees, outstanding Bring-A-Buddy recruiters will receive gift certificates redeemable on J&R’s website. For complete Bring-A-Buddy program details, please visit the NBL website.

    Gary Aragon, NBL CEO, says, “J&R brings a high level of products and customer service to our members both at National events and online. In addition, the Bring-A-Buddy program has been a huge success over the last few years and by bringing J&R on as a program sponsor, we want all our members to see the value in recruiting new members for their local tracks.”

    J&R Bicycles Owner Kirk Morrison adds, “Working closely with the NBL has been an important part of our success here at J&R. To step up and sponsor the Bring-A-Buddy program and the National Series was a natural fit for us. Most of the staff here, including myself, has grown up racing BMX. It is great to be able to invest back into the sport and the positive programs the NBL is providing while promoting our company at the same time.”

    About J&R Bicycles
    The J&R BMX Superstore carries over 1400 products. Everything you need for your bike and body. Find great deals and low prices. Buy from experience, now celebrating 20 years in BMX.

    About the National Bicycle League
    The National Bicycle League (NBL) sanctions exciting local, state, and national levels of BMX (Bicycle Motocross) racing across the country and in Puerto Rico. With more than 30,000 members and more than 150 BMX race tracks, the NBL is the largest not-for-profit BMX racing association in America. NBL is BMX! For more information, visit:

    10/06 Team W.A. 2010 Year in Review press release
    The 2010 Western Australian racing season wrapped up in Kalgoorlie with Rd 8 of the WA Super Series.  With racing in hiatus until late September it provides an opportunity to update fans of how the year went for sponsored rider Matt Butterworth. 

    2010 was seen to be somewhat of a ‘comeback’ year for Matt after he suffered a broken leg requiring surgery just prior to the 2009 State Titles in October. With approximately 2 months of no riding and very little leg strength, the road to regaining full race fitness started with Rd 1 of the revamped WA Super Series in November at Wanneroo. Matt was keen to be on the bike again but struggled with leg strength out of the gate and cornering only placing 9th in the 35-39 Cruiser Class. 

    With a step up in his rehab program, Matt again raced the 35-39 Cruiser class at Rd 3 in Bunbury, this time faring a little better with 2nd spot on the podium. A change in crank length was one of the keys to success in Bunbury with shorter crank arms meaning less force on the knee at the top of the pedal stroke. 

    Matt then decided to take the step up into Vet Pro Cruiser in Round 4 at Rockingham and Rounds 7 and 8 at Hills and Kalgoorlie respectively. With the leg now almost back to 100%, Matt’s results reflected the work put in with 2 wins and a 2nd place podium in those rounds. 

    In between the Super Series rounds the WA State Championships made a return to summer time racing in March 2010 at the Hills BMX Club. Matt was entered in the 35-39 Cruiser class and 30+ Men 20 inch. This was to be a real test of the legs’ strength and endurance as two classes in two days plus semi finals and finals in both equaled 16 races. Matt easily qualified out of the motos into both semi finals. Matt placed 2nd in the cruiser semi and was unlucky to be pipped at the line for 4th place in the 30+ semi. So it was only the 35-39 cruiser final to be contested. Again lady luck wasn’t on Matt’s side with the combination of fatigue and a poor gate resulting in Matt being boxed in on the inside going down the first straight. Matt had to wash a great amount of speed off to prevent him from crashing and was left with a deficit too great to make up to reach the podium. In the end Matt finished 7th ahead of winner Matt Briggs, Wesley Hill and Wayne Green on the podium. 

    While it was somewhat a year of rebuilding, Matt’s results in the final two rounds of the WA Super Series in Vet Pro Cruiser gives him confidence to continue training and getting stronger going in to the 2010/2011 season. Matt has already committed to a full WA series and will be at the 2011 National Championships in Cairns – this time moving up an age group to the super competitive 40-44 class. 

    Matt would like to thanks Shane at for his ongoing support and from it’s supporting sponsors.

    The team is proudly supported by One Bicycles, Supercross BMX, Dirt Designs, Tioga, Elite Cycle Imports, THE, Profile, Sun Ringle, and Tektro Brakes

    08/06 New race gear from THE

    We were in the warm up area at the Australian Championships when Paul from ECI showed up with some new sample race gear from THE, including Shorts, full length pants and long and short sleeve jerseys in both black and white. We checked them out and were quite impressed, but didn’t have the camera handy or time to have a close look. So here’s some photos taken from the THE website. For more information check out

    We aren’t sure of the availability but ECI are the Australian importers, have your local bike shop contact them for further details.

    THE Jersey

    THE Shorts

    THE pants

    07/06 Monaco round of UCI BMX Supercross World Cup cancelled for 2010

    UCI press release
    Aigle, Switzerland – The UCI regrets to inform that the 5th round of the UCI BMX Supercross World Cup, presented by SWATCH, is cancelled. The event was initially planned to take stage in the world famous Monaco harbour for 16 and 17 October 2010. Unlike earlier tentative approval, the authorisation to build the unique BMX Supercross track in Monaco harbour was declined for this year.

    The successful Supercross World Cup series however deserve a grand finale in a spectacular venue like Monaco harbour. Therefore the UCI and local organisers are still determined to host a BMX Supercross World Cup in Monaco in 2011, less than one year in advance of the London Olympic Games. At the time of this press release, there are no plans for a replacement venue.

    "It’s very unfortunate that we had to cancel the final round in Monaco. We put in quite an effort, together with the local promoter, to make it happen. But unfortunately the local authorities did not approve the only location suitable for the BMX Supercross track. I truly believe that Monaco is the perfect setting for a BMX Supercross World Cup, where action sports meets fashion kind-of-a-thing, and we will do our utmost to have the 2011 SX finals in Monaco," says Johan Lindstrom, UCI BMX sports coordinator.

    Remaining UCI BMX Supercross World Cup schedule for 2010:

    • July 29 – Aug 1 – UCI World Championships – Pietermaritzburg, South Africa
    • Sept 17 -18 Supercross #3 – Chula Vista, CA USA Olympic Training Center
    • Oct 8 – 9 Supercross #4 – Frejus, France – as part of Roc d’Azur

    Please see the latest UCI BMX Supercross World Cup Ranking on

    04/06 Review: Utopia Warrant Bones goggles

    Well it’s getting to that time of the year here in Australia were if you want to keep racing you are going to need some goggles. We’ve been checking out the Utopia Warrant Bones goggles, click here to read the review.

    03/06 New Supercross SLT forks and Fox Yeah! bars landed in Australia

    Supercross BMX SLT forks and Fox Yeah! BarsSupercross BMX Australia press release
    At Supercross BMX Australia we are proud to be able to provide light weight and affordable parts and frames to the Australian BMX scene.

    We have just landed some new Supercross SLT Cromo forks and they are selling fast we also have the new Fox Yeah! handlebars which are selling so quickly we have more on the way.

    We now have a wide range of handlebars, forks and stems in stock, including;


    • Pro forks
    • Pro LT forks
    • Pro SLT forks
    • Pro LT bars
    • Fox Yeah! bars
    • Front loader stems
    • Top loader stems


    • Chains (hollow link/hollow pin)
    • Sealed integrated headsets (45/45)
    • Speedline SX mini cranks
    • Quick release seat clamps

    And there’s a whole lot more on the way.

    Supercross BMX Australia are a supporter of BSX and the Royal Children’s Hospital and co-sponsor the team.

    To find out more information about Supercross BMX products check out, and for Speedline Parts check

    For more information and dealer enquiries email

    If you would like to purchase Supercross products in Australia please have your local bike shop contact us.

    02/06 The Brisbane Bicycle Show 2010 

    AUSBIKE press release
    Brisbane’s first bicycle exhibition to run in partnership with Bicycle Queensland’s largest participation ride.- “The Wilson HTM Brisbane to the Gold Coast Cycle Challenge”.

    Brisbane’s first consumer bicycle show, to be held at the RNA Showgrounds in October, will be launched today.

    With cycling participation in Queensland growing in excess of 10% a year a bicycle consumer show is long overdue.

    Ausbike, which organises Australia’s only trade bike show, held in Melbourne, is the primary organiser in partnership with Bicycle Queensland.

    The three-day show will run from Friday to Sunday, October 8-10 at Brisbane’s RNA Showgrounds “The Avenue”.

    Ausbike CEO Simon Head said, The Avenue, which will be closed to traffic, will provide a great backdrop enabling us to create a street festival atmosphere and accommodate an outdoor demonstration area.

    There will be three days of competitions, demonstrations and exhibits from Australia’s leading brands which will include;

    • A Ghetto styled BMX competition run by Colony BMX
    • A city street to trial the best in Dutch designed city bikes
    • An urban MTB enduro race through the rambling structure of the RNA grounds.

    We are partnering with Bicycle Queensland to promote the show which coincides with the Wilson HTM Brisbane to the Gold Coast Cycle Challenge. Over 10,000 cyclists are expected to participate in this event which is the largest cycling event in Queensland.

    So why hold a bike show in Brisbane? Well in addition to the continuing growth in bike sales, this is a very important area nationally for the bicycle industry. The climate its population growth, demographic and State and local government initiatives are all reasons why the growth will continue.

    Simon Head said national as well as Queensland based wholesalers and manufacturers were expressing strong interest participating in the October show.

    02/06 ABA Spring Nationals REPLAY press release
    Re-live all of the race action from the first moto to the last main event. We will be replaying the entire event start on Tuesday 6/1/2010.

    Schedule (US local times):
    Day 1 Replay – Tue 6/1 – 2:00 PM EST | 11:00 AM PST
    Day 2 Replay – Wed 6/2 – 2:00 PM EST | 11:00 AM PST

    Visit the following link to view the replay: 

    02/06 ONE/Kenda at the Dutch National Championship

    ONE KENDA press release
    The Dutch National Championship took place in Kampen on May 30th.

    In Cruiser class 30/39 Jill Vakkers from the ONE Junior team got 3rd.

    ONE/Kenda‘s Jordy van der Heijden took 3rd in Elite Men and from the ONE Junior team Kevin van de Groenendaal and Denzel Vakkers won the National Titles.

    Both Denzel and Kevin have been consistant lately and have also won the last 2 top competitions.

    Next up is the EC rounds 7-8 in Valkenswaard Holland on June 5 and 6.

    Check for the videos here: BMX-VIDEOS.COM

    ONE KENDA is sponsored by: 


    01/06 2010 BMX Mania Pro Training Camp press release
    Warsaw, IN, USA- Hire Park BMX
    Monday, June 21 to Wednesday, June 23, 2010
    Awesome Counselors: Our counselors are among the BEST. BMX Olympians, Former World Champs, National Champs, USA Cycling National Jr. Team Members, AA Pros, Elite Women. THE BEST! Our 15th Year!
    bmxmania pro training campLinks:


    Make sure to save YOUR spot for training with the pros!

    Camp staff includes:

    • Matt Pohlkamp/Dan’s Factory Team
    • Ryan Birk/Answer Factory
    • Jeff Upshaw/Alienation BMX
    • Jamie Lilly/World Champion
    • Justin Posey/Dan’s Factory
    • Natarsha Williams Birk/ 2 Time UCI World Champ
    • Ramiro Marino/Current UCI World #3 & BMX Olympian
    • Brian Strieby/BMX Mania

    Everyone IS WELCOME! All ABA, NBL and UCI International Licensed Riders.

    01/06 June clearance at Don Ash Bike Hub

    Don Ash Bike Hub press release

    Grab a bargain at the Don Ash Bike Hub June Clearance

    • Haro Race Mini, titanium – now only $550
    • Haro Race Pro XL, white – now only $550
    • Intense Expert 24, black – now only $599
    • Intense Factory Pro XL, silver – now only $900
    • Intense Factory 24, silver – now only $900
    • T.H.E Empire Helmets, x-small & small – now only $150
    • Tioga Spyder seats, all colours – now only $48.00
    • Profile Mini Cassette hubs, 36H polished – now only $399 pr
    • Bombshell F1 Carbon cruiser forks, silver crown – now only $285
    • Answer Scyther Carbon cruiser forks – now only $300
    • Sinz Stealth Carbon Pro 20" forks – now only $269

    If you are interested in any of the above please call either Nathan Barker or Nathan May on 0358 213378 or email

    Don Ash Bike Hub – Sheppartons #1 BMX Store…..