Fully Pinned Down the Drag Strip
PULL BMX Magazine
by PULL BMX
9h ago
The carbon and aluminum frames charged past the fence line, kits of your favorite racers rushed down the mountain, and a new challenger entered the action. While the battles in Nashville are always fierce between competitors, Mother Nature and the track itself joined in the fight for the Music City Nationals. Overcoming the rotating concerns that arise when weather makes its appearance to the Pro Series, the entire field had their work cut out for them as the Main Event gates dropped. Paused after the first moto, the Friday racing ramped back up for an under-the-lights final. Dominant throug ..read more
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The Hunt for Three - Willoughby and Daudet
PULL BMX Magazine
by PULL BMX
1w ago
Welcome to 2024, where 33 is the confirmed fastest age in BMX. After decades of dominance throughout the sport of BMX Racing, Alise Willoughby and Joris Daudet add a new notch to their GOAT status: 3x UCI BMX Racing World Champions. Just six months after their winning laps at the USA BMX Grand Nationals, Willoughby and Daudet have battled through the noise to the winner's circle of the 2024 World Championships. Adding the rainbow stripes to their race-day kits not only brings well-deserved acknowledgment but also adds confidence ahead of the 2024 Paris Olympics. Willoughby and Daudet have l ..read more
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The Ten Take-Aways from Qualy Day
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by PULL BMX
1w ago
 The Championship classes hit the track in South Carolina, their heads filled with dreams of rainbow jerseys. Returning to Rock Hill BMX seven years after the previous US-based World Championships, the cast of competitors arrived at the rain-soaked facility, eager to turn the heat up with some intense battles.    As the first day of the 2024 UCI BMX Racing World Championships roared into action, the Qualifying day was a rollercoaster of emotions and surprises. Here's a snapshot of what we noticed on and off the track. Battle for two spots Things just got hairy for Olym ..read more
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The US challenge: Worlds Race report
PULL BMX Magazine
by PULL BMX
1w ago
The world's racers return to US soil—the birthplace of BMX and the legends that have built the sport into what it has become. Not since 2017 have the Worlds raced on US soil, but seven years later, the world plates were again decided in Rock Hill, SC. A huge North American presence was felt throughout the week in South Carolina, and with the huge numbers came a continuous stack of world plates to the scoreboard. The US alone secured 52 Medals, 19 of which were World 1s, bringing the black and white American kits to the masses on the webcast and podium. The US Winners Andres Andrade - 12 &a ..read more
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SUMNER WINS SPINNER'S $500 IN TX
PULL BMX Magazine
by PULL BMX
2w ago
Kentucky's Cullen Sumner showed up and showed out at Freestyle Series National 2 in Grand Prairie, Texas and is $500 richer for his efforts. Cullen's suicide no hander on the quarterpipe caught BMX legend Mike Spinner's mind and he selected it to win his cash prize for the stop. When asked about his selection of Cullen, Spinner said, "I've never seen someone do a suicide no hander on a quarterpipe without front brakes or a really high seat. He did it with style and it looked cool. I'm excited to see what else he can do with this trick!" In addition to taking home Spinner's $500, Cull ..read more
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The US Kicks Off the Worlds in a BIG Way
PULL BMX Magazine
by PULL BMX
2w ago
With clear skies, a race-ready track, and the buzz of excitement in the air, it must be day one of the 2024 UCI BMX Racing World Challenge Championships. On US soil for the first time since 2017, the racers of the globe return to Rock Hill, SC, for their chance to be etched into the history books. While we knew the US would be a major player, the black and white distressed flag jerseys locked in 27 World plates, with SIX taking the top spots. Sunday, May 12th - DAY 1 Cruiser Boys 8-12 Andres Andrade - USA Hudson Daley - AUS Jayden Bradbrook - AUS Hayden Day - USA Marshall Warner ..read more
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Issue 2 - Mar/Apr
PULL BMX Magazine
by PULL BMX
3w ago
The second issue of the giant 2024 BMX Season brings collegiate racing to the cover and BMX awesomeness to the inside pages. See the indoor battles, the custom bikes, and the Australian shop that fills the spaces between the Collegiate and Elite National Championships in the Mar/Apr Issue of PULL BMX. Read the Issue HERE ..read more
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Be Prepared - 2024 World Championships
PULL BMX Magazine
by PULL BMX
3w ago
The time has come. Thousands of BMX racers from across the world converge on Rock Hill, SC, all looking for a piece of glory that is the 2024 World Championship Title. Returning to the South Carolina super facility, Rock Hill BMX Supercross Track, the international field is met with a big US contingency. The US has the home-field advantage, but it will take everything they have to make their mark. The Schedule Team USA Roster Click HERE UCI Final Entry List Click HERE Watch Live "> "> "> "> ..read more
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Summer Rhythm - Featuring Sem Kok
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by PULL BMX
1M ago
Ripping through the trees on his full-suspension BMX rig. Sem Kok shows off the downhill side of BMX in Summer Rhythm, filmed by Floris Brouwers // @YuiShots "> ..read more
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Who Will Make the Cut? Predicting the 2024 American Olympic BMX Team
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by Connor Fields
1M ago
The 5th edition of the United States Olympic BMX team is about to be determined. With one more major event coming up, the team is starting to take shape….kind of. There are still LOTS of different ways this could turn out.  Like clockwork, every 4 years, there are always calls for who should and shouldn’t be on the team after it is announced. Whether it was Steven Cisar in 2008, Corben Sharrah in 2012, Jeff Upshaw in 2016, or any of the other alternates that were not chosen, there are always public calls for different racers to be on the team than the ones chosen. Usually, it is p ..read more
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