The official word about the cancelation of the 2020 X Games in Minneapolis can be found below. Looks like not much will be happening in the coming months but once the green light will be given internationally, things will be off the hook. Charge them batteries now.
“Due to the ongoing COVID-19 concerns, X Games Minneapolis 2020 – July 17-19 – has been cancelled. The safety of the athletes, staff and spectators is our top priority, and we will continue to closely monitor
BMX Big Air Finals are happening at noon on Sunday 21 October. The qualification round is behind us and here is how it turned out for BMX in Sydney, Australia. In the BMX Big Air Qualifier, Jaie Toohey earned the final transfer spot, besting fellow Australians Andy Buckworth, Matt Whyatt and Todd Meyn.
BMX Big Air Qualifier
Douglas Oliveira, 74.33 (BRA) Q Alex Landeros, 71.66 (USA) Q
When the weather turned out better the Dirt contest at the 2018 X-Games in Sydney got on its way. With minimum practice the riders sent it anyway with the following ranking as the result. The finals will be crazy. Count on that one.
The X-Games announces the “Real BMX” teams for 2018. One rider gets teamed up with a filmer. To make it to this list as a rider and a filmer is already a big deal. Heavy riding will go into this plus endless hours of making the clip perfect. We'll get to see the outcome later in 2018 but expect these clips to be fire. Here are the teams:
Kevin Peraza and Juani Zurita Colin Varanyak and Doeby Brad Simms (filmer TBD) Corey Martinez and Peter Adam Tom Dugan and Darryl Tocco Sean Ricany and Veesh
The fourth installment in the Real Series 2017 schedule, Real BMX, launches today, June 14, with six never-before-seen BMX video parts debuting on XGames.com at 12 p.m. ET. A full World of X Games episode will air June 24 on ABC, featuring all six video parts, behind-the-scenes footage and athlete interviews. The videos will be judged by a panel of industry experts and their selections for which athlete/filmer teams will be awarded X Games gold, silver and bronze medals will be announced on the ABC broadcast. Cash prizes will be awarded to the medalists. Fans will also have a chance to view and vote for their favorite videos online at XGames.com/RealBMX, with the Fan Favorite winning an additional cash prize.
Celebrating the X Games debut in Minnesota, X Games will bring premiere racing action to fans at Mall of America on Thursday, July 13, to kick off the inaugural event in front of one of the top tourist destinations in the country. Joining U.S. Bank Stadium in downtown Minneapolis as a venue for the world’s premiere action sports competition and youth culture experience, Harley-Davidson Flat Track Racing at Mall of America will feature athletes racing high-performance motorcycles in close proximity around an oval track at speeds up to 130 mph. With the roots of Flat Track Racing dating back to the early 1900s, the sport is one of the most traditional motorcycle racing disciplines.
Starting that day and through Sunday, July 16, ESPN and ABC will televise a combined 18.5 hours of live X Games coverage, which will also be accessible via WatchESPN and WatchABC to viewers who receive their video subscription from an affiliated provider. Additional coverage of sports and music will be carried on ESPN3 as well as the latest coverage across ESPN digital platforms, including XGames.com,