Colorado Springs, CO (May 1, 2006) - USA Cycling is pleased to announce the 2006 U.S. BMX UCI World Championship team rosters for both Championship and Challenge Classes. Team rosters are complete as of this date, but are subject to final receipt of application by all athletes. Click [url=http://www.usacycling.org/forms/2006_BMX_Worlds_Roster_5%201%2006.pdf]here[/url] for complete 2006 U.S. BMX UCI World Championship team roster.
Important notes for 2006 BMX UCI World Championships in Sao Paulo, Brazil, July 28-31, 2006:
The second annual DC Sprint trails race took place over the weekend at Randy Stumpfhauser's backyard in California. A bunch of pros showed up to race one-on-one in sunny conditions. The 10 second girl was a nice addition to the race that was held on a well groomed trail track. Last year's winner Randy Stumpfhauser was once again the man to beat and everyone, including Robert de Wilde, failed to eliminate the new daddy. Robert ended up racing for 3rd against Aaron Johnson. Aaron beat Robert once and Robert beat Aaron once. The time difference was in Aaron's advantage so he grabbed third place. Mike Day had transfered to the final by beating Johnson and had to take on the GT rider. In heat one, Mikey Day crashed which gave Randy a 1.5 second advantage going in the final race. Staying on the bike and close to Mike in the second heat was all Stumpy had to do to win but instead he grabbed the second heat as well. True champ.
UCI Ranking Points Race Elite Men - 1 Robert De Wilde (Holland!) 2 Javier Colombo 3 Matt Pohlkamp 4 Jason Rogers 5 Tyler Brown 6 Donny Robinson 7 Derek Betcher 8 Greg Romero Elite/Junior Women - 1 Samantha Cools 2 Krystal Hime 3 Amanda Geving 4 Kelly Hutto 5 Madison Pitts 6 Jana Horakova 7 Kim Hayashi 8 Toni Rude Junior Men - 1 Joey Bradford 2 Phil Delizia 3 James Cartwright 4 Britt Harrison 5 Edzus Treimanis 6 Toms Mankus 7 Eric Soletzky 8 Michael Dubeau
NBL Elite Series Race Elite Men - 1 Donny Robinson 2 Robert De Wilde (hup Holland hup!) 3 Jarrett Kolich 4 Matt Pohlkamp 5 Javier Colombo 6 Tyler Brown 7 Ivo Lakucs 8 Arturs Matisons Elite Women - 1 Amanda Geving 2 Jana Horakova 3 Samantha Cools 4 Madison Pitts 5 Kim Hayashi 6 Ashley Ross 7 Kelly Hutto 8 Ashley Edstrand
BOMBSHELL INC. is proud to announce the release of it's NEW & INNOVATIVE method for solving an age old problem with BMX race frames. The PATENT PENDING VPS™ (V-Brake Position System) allows the use of a 20" x 1 1/8" or 1 3/8 TIRE to be used in a PRO SIZED frame. It also can be used to accept a 20" x 1.5" or 1 3/4" TIRE in an EXPERT or SMALLER sized frame. The VPS™ can also be used on Cruiser sized rims as well.
Prior to the release of the BOMBSHELL VPS™, expensive LONG REACH brakes had to be used to get the brake pad in the optimal location, often compromising the wheel base of the bike to get the brake pads to contact the rim.
April 10, 2006 Vista, CA ... DC Shoes announced today that it will host the 2006 Sprint Trails Race, marking the second consecutive year the company has sponsored and organized the event. A BMX race DC spearheaded in 2005, the highly anticipated event will take place once again in Sanger, California on April 29, 2006."Last year was great! This year we're stepping it up and trying make the track a little faster, and trying to put the "MX" back in BMX," said DC BMX Team Manager Dwayne Taylor, referring to Sprint Trails' track being more technical than a typical BMX track.
The Sprint Trails Race was designed and conceptualized to be a fun,
April 10, 2006 - The 2006 UCI BMX World Championships and BMX World Challenge Championships in Sao Paulo, Brazil, July 28-31, are less than 3 months away and U.S. athletes who are planning on attending, whether Championship (Elite) Class or Challenge Class, need to be sure of the following: - The petition deadline to be considered for a start position, unless pre-qualified and already entered, is April 17. Petitions are not limited to any one BMX racing organization or body. The process is the same for everybody. Be sure to include complete contact information, racing
Arcadia, California – After an unfortunate crash in Guthrie, Oklahoma, Mike Moeller has torn his ACL and had to undergo surgery on March 7th to repair the damage. The surgery went very well and Mike has been going through rehabilitation 3 times per day. The doctor told Mike that a full recovery would take 4 months until he could be back to the level he was at before the accident. However, since Mike is stronger than most, the doctor thinks he could be back even sooner. Mike is expected to be back on his bike in early April to begin training again.
While Redline’s reigning No.1 ABA Pro and UCI World Champion Bubba Harris recoups from a fractured shoulder, Redline has taken the opportunity to help out and support one of the guys who helped bring Redline to the top rung of the BMX ladder – past National Champion John Purse. Purse, who was planning on racing the upcoming Florida NBL event without a sponsor, was contacted following the news that Bubba would be missing the next 2 rounds, and a short 2-month agreement was quickly reached.