Championship to life,” said USA BMX Freestyle president, Shane Fernandez. “The entire Woodward team has been instrumental in assisting us through the logistics of providing a live venue for our freestyle riders. The innovative facilities Woodward offers is a perfect fit for the amateur riders pushing the progression of BMX. USA BMX is excited that the competitors will be able to share this experience as we officially put the 2020 National titleholders in the BMX history books.”
Chris Prybylo, Woodward Camps General Manager, said: “Woodward is excited to partner with USA BMX to host the inaugural Freestyle National Championship. Over the last 40 years, Woodward Camp has supported BMX Freestyle by industry leading coaching, programming, and world-class facilities. We are proud to have been a part of the development of many BMX freestyle legends and excited to work in conjunction with USA BMX to foster the future of BMX Freestyle.”
The 2021 series will kick off immediately after the new year. A bracket will be added in Spring to include a State Championship bracket. The vision of USA BMX Freestyle for the series is to continue to be a hybrid format incorporating access and opportunity for all riders using virtual judging up through the State Championship bracket.