Get ready for a true must-listen for BMX fans! Monster Energy is proud to announce the release of Episode 7 of the alternative sports podcast Unleashed with The Dingo and Danny featuring multiple X Games medalist Pat Casey. This latest one-hour installment welcomes the 27-year-old BMX pro from Riverside, California, known as the inventor of tricks like the ‘fakie cashroll’ and proud builder of the legendary Dreamyard ramp facility with a corresponding web video series.
“It's freestyle BMX so you can do whatever you want. Taking different influences and making it your own is the main thing… Make it your own!” said Casey about his rise as a pro BMXer on the new podcast episode.
Get ready for a true must-listen for BMX fans! Danny and The Dingo talk shop with multiple X Games medalist and BMX innovator Pat Casey. Known for inventing technical tricks like the fakie cashroll and decade backflip, Casey is part of a new generation of BMX riders that redefined the sport in the 2010s.
A true BMXer from a young age, Pat Casey stormed the competitive BMX world with progression and innovation across dirt, park and minicamp riding. Then he turned his aim to riding backwards, and opened up a completely new realm of technical park riding, never losing sight of the fun he was having along the way.
Name: Pat Casey Park: Pat's backyard Location: Riverside, California, USA.
What made you decide to build your own park in the backyard? Pat Casey: When I turned 18, I decided I wanted to move out. I looked for a place with land, knowing one day I would want a park or jumps in my yard. Growing up, my dad built me a backyard ramp and I knew I couldn't live without one,
In these days of home quarantine, how does it feel to have a place to ride right out of the door?
Monster Energy congratulates team rider Pat Casey on his strong third-place finish at the first stop of the 2020 Toyota BMX Triple Challenge contested in Anaheim, California, this weekend. Also kicking off the new season with a trophy, Casey’s teammate Andy Buckworth claimed the win in the highly competitive Best Trick event at Anaheim Angel Stadium. Now in its fourth year, the Toyota BMX Triple Challenge is a three-stop competition series that takes place during select Monster Energy Supercross events. Dedicated to showcasing the progression in freestyle BMX, the series attracts the best riders in the world as well as up-and-comers who are looking to make a name for themselves. Following the season kick-off in Anaheim, the 2020 edition of the Toyota BMX Triple Challenge will
Monster Energy congratulates Pat Casey and Andy Buckworth on their second and third place finish at the final stop of the Toyota BMX Triple Challenge in Denver, Colorado. It’s been 13 years since a Supercross hit Denver, Colorado, and with its return came the highest level of dirt riding at the Toyota Triple Challenge. The final stop of the year pushed progression even further with the biggest jumps ever seen at the series, and arguably the largest of any event. As always many of the best riders in the world, along with hungry up-and-comers converged on Colorado to see what they could get done.
The qualifying event on Friday wasn’t open to the public, but the level of riding remains unchanged. Although the Denver setup did bring one huge difference: the jumps themselves. A 20-foot-tall roll-in