BMX & MTB News
FUNSPORTING spoke to Ryan Nyquist about the upcoming X Games in Munich and the worst thing that ever happened to him in a contest.
Slovakian Mountainbiker Filip Polc claimed the victory in the action packed race through donwtown La Paz. Descenso del Condór was held in the bolivian capital for the third time and once again a huge crowd cheered on the contestants.
One of the most challenging Mountainbike-Races on this Planet has come to an end. The Crocodile Trophy 2012 finished on 28th October in Cooktown. Who claimed the win?
The BMX worlds were in full swing and a bit flooded!
Harry Main getting creative, check it out!
McCann won with a no-handed double front flip over the 64-foot gap into a 16-foot, 4-inch double tailwhip on the quarterpipe. He overtook Zack Warden by one-third of a point -- 92.33 to 92.00 -- proving once again that giant air trumps more technical tricks on the MegaRamp.
The weekend in Willingen was full of spectacular races. The finals in the men's 4X was a good example. Joost had a slow start, after David Graf took the LEATT BRACE holeshot bonus. Check out the video!
Twelve riders from seven countries laid on an incredible spectacle in front of 10,000 spectators at the 2011 Night of the Jumps Sofia, a show that had even the Bulgarian prime minister on the edge of his seat.
The riders' high energy and flair at the 2011 ASA World Championships of Freestyle Motocross kept the Californian fans on their feet throughout the night, but it was Taka Higashino who really made them cheer.
Australian hero Josh Sheehan won the event on his home soil on Cockatoo Island in front of a sell-out crowd of 11,000 at the world’s most prestigious FMX competition, the Red Bull X-Fighters World Tour.
Once again, the iXS European Downhill Cup finale made its way to Châtel, France. A total of 301 riders from 20 countries participated in the 2011 event, fighting to gain points for the overall rankings.
Four-time Champion Nate “The Destroyer” Adams and Two-time Defending Champion Mike Mason are preparing for the most intense head-to-head battles between the world’s top motocross pros at the 2011 ASA World Championships of Freestyle Motocross.
Tom Fooshee and Mark Webb made the crowds roar as the pulled off awe-inspiring feats at the 2011 Telekom Extreme Playgrounds event. The world's best extreme sport athletes flock to this unique competition to show off their skills.
Nate Adams pulled out the big guns in Poznan to claim the victory and his 18th career podium in the 10-year history of the Red Bull X-Fighters. The American didn’t give his title rival, Dany Torres of Spain, any chance in the final.
Things will really get exciting at the 2011 Suzuki Nine Knights as the MTB event begins with a winner-takes-all „joust tournament‟, a.k.a. - the Big Air contest, in which athletes will perform on the 6m drop tower and 14m „Castle‟ jump.