We've added flyers of events happening in 2021 and 2022. Some are being held indoors but not all of them. Due to the Covid-19 virus a lot of them have been postponed to a later stage in 2021/2022. Check before you make any plans. If you have event dates, if you've got something going, send us the info or better, add the event yourself. Add your event to the FATBMX Event calendar so more people will get to know about your race or contest or jam that you're putting on. We're here to spread the love but you figure out yourself where you need to go. Contact the event organizers before you head over. Times/dates might have changed and we take no responsibility for that. Get together and enjoy BMX, the best thing in the world. 2021/2022 Flyers inside as well as the event dates. Nothing else to do!? Get out there and have some fun. Meet new people, visit new places, take some pics for your instagram, pull new tricks, become a better person and maybe win something along the way. Lots has changed or is changing so double check and keep us posted. It's a crazy world we live in at the moment. 2021/2022 BMX Race and BMX Freestyle events:
December 11 Dec 2021 King Of Bowl, Session Libre (Aurillac, France) FREESTYLE
In cleveland Ohio, a young boy named Huck Kurinsky has been able to break the world record, for being the youngest person ever to do a backflip with a BMX bike. Huck has been riding bikes since he was just three-years old, meaning his fearless nature was very much instilled within him. It is believed that the pandemic is what fuelled the courage to practice in solitary practice continuously, due to many schools switching to remote practice, to accommodate the pandemic. Many now say that Huck will be the next prodigy in the sport, amongst all the other names that have made history within the decades to pass. If you are personally looking to support fellow BMX sports champions, make sure to consider placing sports bets, as it provides a great opportunity of making returns from the support you have within the field of BMX.
Huck has managed to take his hobby very seriously thus far, making sure to enter into every competition he can get his hands on. Additionally, Huck got the chance to train with professionals, under a scholarship known as the X Games Summer Camp, hosted within Pennsylvania. All of the tutoring, practice and guidance lead him to participate within the US National Competition, hosted within California. It was in that competition that he wowed the crowd and viewers with a complete backflip, at just 6-years old!
Are you losing track on who rides for who? Here's a long list with the most recent team changes and pick ups.The latest team changes get added to the top. The industry never chills, always adding and dropping. What's the latest? Let us know. -Bodi Turner on Rift/Rockstar -Stella Sunseri on Profile Racing -Conner Beckley on Profile Racing -Tom van den Bogaard on Bern Bouw (#aleblie) -Stefan Heil on GT Bicycles / BMX Sarrians -Linda Grabner on wethepeople -Jeremy Rencurel on BMX Besançon -Hugo Pointin on Marshal bikes -Charlotte Devolder on Lead -Hirohisa Hayata on etnies -Camille Maire on GT Bicycles / BMX Sarrians
It takes an “Off The Wall” mindset and a lot of confidence to pull off the tricks that make Dan Lacey one of the most respected riders in BMX, but it also takes the proper support. The Dan Lacey Slip-On BMX is equipped with Vans trusted Wafflecup™ BMX construction to deliver maximum support, with a focus on increased pedalfeel and durability. A best-in-class PopCush™ drop-in footbed snaps back and won’t pack, offering a full heel cradle and increased arch support. DURACAP™ provides reinforced underlays in high-wear areas to prolong the life of the shoe.
Vans, the original action sports footwear and apparel brand, is proud to partner with one of the most established street riders in BMX, Dan Lacey, on the Slip-On BMX, influenced by his unrelenting, all-or-nothing approach and his lifelong experiences calling the UK home.
Residing in Hastings, UK, Dan has a distinguished and refined style that is both heavy and progressive, honed from growing up immersed in a strong BMX scene and a commitment to perfection—all of which makes his execution of the biggest tricks look effortless. For Dan’s take on the Slip-On BMX, Vans designed a shoe that matches his riding, with next level pedalfeel, support and durability. Style is everything when it comes to Dan’s approach, which is reflected in a muted color palette and an elevated two-tone suede upper with meaningful detailing.
Dan’s signature Slip-On features a timeless design in asphalt and pewter, with a crown emblem
It’s been a decade since Vans and CULT linked up for the first time, and in celebration of all the clips, collaborations, road trips, riding, sneakers and shirts since then, the two have come together for a sixth collection that’s dubbed “Never Fade” and centered around new takes on the Old Skool BMX and Slip-On BMX, both equipped with Vans’ Wafflecup BMX construction. The Old Skool BMX supplies a monochromatic upper constructed of sturdy black suede and embellished with a special branded tongue tag. The Slip-On BMX features tonal, patterned CULT iconography and a two-tone build that uses both black suede and light canvas. Text graphics appear on the midsole of the Old Skool BMX and the insoles of the Slip-On BMX, the latter of which also repurposes the aforementioned CULT pattern for even more detail. Both round their look off with debossed CULT branding on the heel.
Designed for wet, cold and frosty weather - the new etnies winterized collection that launches today features insulated and water-resistant uppers, outsole treads to keep feet warm and dry plus the best available rubbers to provide plenty of traction in icy conditions. The Winterized Collection includes these four flawless and fully-functional styles – the Jameson HTW (Jeremy Jones), Sultan SCW, Jefferson MTW and the Foreland.
From the cold city streets to exploring in the mountains, the etnies Winterized Collection is ready for rain, sleet or snow anywhere and upgrades the brand’s skate-influenced and casual styles to provide the
Vans BMX is proud to unveil its latest three-part film series, Live Fast, highlighting Vans team riders Corey Walsh, Trey Jones, Jason Watts, Dennis Enarson and Gary Young, as well as Kris Fox and Matt Cordova from Fast and Loose BMX. The film takes its cues from life on the road, visiting a slew of backyard pools and bowls frequented by skaters, but seldomly seen in BMX clips.
Vans BMX partnered with renowned filmer and editor Chris Gregson to capture the free spirit of the tightknit crew in this latest compilation as they search out the best bowls, backyard pools and rideable terrain while visiting legendary spots like Ohio’s Skatopia. Live Fast marks some of the first times BMXers were granted access to film in these locations.
“I think the BMX community will be shocked by all the spots they got to ride, but skaters will be able to
The Union Cycliste Internationale is pleased to announce that is has awarded the prestigious UCI Bike City label to Abu Dhabi (United Arab Emirates), which becomes the first city in the Middle East and Asia to receive the distinction. This brings to 20 the number of cities and regions worldwide that have been awarded this label for their commitment to hosting international cycling events, promoting the sport across the community, and developing cycling infrastructure and programmes that support the UCI’s cycling for all strategy.
Last night Felix Prangenberg won both the Street Rider of the Year and Reader’s Choice at the NORA Cup Awards. After going virtual in 2020, the 2021 NORA Cup Awards was a live in-person event held in conjunction with Florideah Swampfest in Wildwood, Florida.
“Felix Prangenberg put in the work and owned the internet in 2021. From X Games Golds, numerous video parts and constantly laying it down with banger after banger this was Felix’s year,” said John Povah, etnies bike team manager.
Built by skateboarding since 1986, etnies is the first skateboarder-owned and operated global action sports footwear and apparel company. etnies not only pushed the envelope by creating the first pro model skate shoe, but it pioneered technological advances and changed the face of skateboard footwear forever. Today etnies’ vision, led by owner and skateboarder Pierre Andre Senizergues, is to remain the leading skateboard footwear company committed to creating innovative products that
Vans BMX is proud to announce the newest member of the Global BMX family, Corey Walsh. A critical part of the Vans Canada team since 2015, Corey’s unmatched pool and bowl riding has captured the attention of the BMX community the world over. Hailing from Ontario, Canada, Corey’s teenage years were spent as an Olympic hopeful for the Canadian Cycling team, before he graced his first US contest in 2014, making a name for himself by winning the Gauntlet of Death event—an obstacle course where the first rider to make it through wins. As a result, he landed a spot on the Cult team that same weekend, and shortly thereafter, was welcomed onto the Vans Canada team.
“Riding for the Vans Family has always been a dream. Crazy to think where riding a small bike can take