Recent BMX Racing News
This weekend in Manchester, England, the world of BMX will kick off one of the most highly anticipated seasons in the sport’s history. Coming off of a successful 2012 London Olympic Games, only the sport’s second appearance at the pinnacle of sporting competition, BMX Racing continues with its most important series of races, with Oakley by it’s side. Oakley will return as an official sponsor of the 2013 BMX Supercross World Cup series.
BMX: Pajon, Walker and Smulders Sweep Women's Race in London, Willoughby and Oquendo Grace Men’s Podium
Colombia’s BMX team has officially hit the map. Lead by Mariana Pajon, who claimed her nation’s very first victory in London by owning the Women’s race, the South American country continued its damage with countryman Carlos Oquemdo taking a third place finish in the Men’s event. “I started gymnastics when I was five, but I started BMX when I was three,” said Mariana, who also became the second Colombian ever to claim a Summer Games win. "I was doing gymnastics, BMX and cart racing. However BMX wasn’t at the Olympics and I wanted to be here, then BMX was introduced in Beijing and I started training.” Utterly smashing three semi-final runs in tantalizing style, she lead the pack of eight formidable riders through the first turn. She never relinquished the lead – cruising to a massive triumph over rivals from the across the Globe. Carlos wasn’t the only man of note (in the family) to grace the Men’s podium, however. Aussie smasher Sam Willoughby, who was crowned ...
Alise Post is one tough girl. Battling her way back from multiple injuries last year has not been easy for the young rider, but she’s made the most of her experiences and fought her way back to the top of the BMX Supercross field. Post claimed the 2012 UCI BMX Supercross World Cup title in Papendal over the weekend for her first World Cup victory.