Backyard Jam Results

Sunday, December 15, 2019
Photo from Kayley Ashworth
Qualification Results
1. Jay Lewis
2. Kayley Ashworth
3. Moz Chudley
4. Sasha Pardoe
5. Sammy Turner
6. Carla Statham
7. Val Ward

Final Results
1. Sasha Pardoe
2. Kayley Ashworth
3. Jay Lewis



Massive congratulations to Sasha Pardoe, the women's winner and top 5 overall from the contest making her way to Simple Session 2020 in February!

LIMITED EDITION CB68 Christmas Donut Box

Thursday, December 12, 2019


The LIMITED EDITION CB68 Christmas Donut Box is sure to light up the face of any boy or girl this Christmas!
Click here to shop.

Each exclusive Christmas Donut Box set includes;
🍩 ODI Grips = Suprise donuts & sprinkles design ⠀
🍩 Fist Handwear = Sprinkles Gloves ⠀
🍩 KNOBBY Underwear = Girls and boys underwear
🍩 Fasthouse = Signed Wall Jersey with ⠀
🍩 Teencee Graphics = Sprinkles 68 nunber ⠀
🍩 Signed poster ⠀
🍩 Personal addressed Christmas card! ⠀

SHIPPING: Australia shipping only will be delivered express post prior to Christmas Day. Deliveries to begin week beginning 15 December 2019

Women's Weekend at Ray's Indoor MTB Park 2020

Monday, December 9, 2019

Women's Weekend is the largest instructional gathering of female cyclists in the world. From beginners to pros this event has something for everyone. This year, we are proud sponsors of this event and we look forward to seeing everything again this year! Check out the details below, see you there.

Ray's Indoor Mountain Bike Park
9801 Walford Ave, Cleveland, OH 44102, United States
For more information, click HERE

Where To Stay
Cleveland Airport Marriott - 4277 W 150th St, Cleveland, OH 44135, United States
Four Points by Sheraton Cleveland Airport - 4181 W 150th St, Cleveland, OH 44135, United States

Save the date! Registration opens: Saturday, Dec 21, 2019 at 1:00 PM ET
Bookmark the link HERE

Brooke Crain Signature Citizen Colorway

Thursday, December 5, 2019

Riding for Haro alone has always been a dream come true. Not many women have ever represented the brand, especially on the race side. Now adding my own signature frame tops it all. It’s been 9 years since I signed with Haro and I’m honored to have finally created my own colorway. I’ve always loved pastel colors and although there are lots of hot pink bikes out there I’ve never seen a pastel pink frame so I was determined to make this happen. Luckily the guys at Haro loved it too. Now there’s only 50 of them so I can’t wait to see who gets one while they are still here! - Brooke Crain



CITIZEN CARBON FRAME

The PTC (Power Transfer Center) bottom bracket on our Citizen frame is made up of an 86.5mm wide shell allowing the down-tube and chain-stays to spread to the outer width of the shell and create undoubtedly the stiffest, most responsive bottom bracket concept to hit the BMX market. The head-tube of the Citizen is a tapered 1-1/8" - 1.5" design which stiffens up the front end of the bike for maximum steering response. The rear dropouts of the Citizen are a removable CNC machined alloy design compatible with 10mm, 15mm and 20mm rear axles with the included hardware and adapters.

FEATURES

  • Built from M30-S and T-700 carbon with internal brake cable routing
  • PTC (Power Transfer Center) press-fit BB86 design
  • Interchangeable alloy dropouts with built-in chain tensioners
  • Accommodates 10, 15 and 20mm rear axles
  • 1-1/8" - 1.5" tapered head tube
  • Pro (20.5" TT/14.75" RC), Pro XL(21" TT/15.2" RC)
  • Pro XXL (21.75" TT/15.2" RC), Long (21.75" TT/17.2" RC)
  • 2.7lbs (Pro XL size)



ABOUT BROOKE
Brooke Crain got her start in BMX when she watched her older brother race at a track in Tulare, Ca. Since then she has been riding every track in sight full speed and hasn't looked back. Brooke advanced up through the ranks of BMX quickly, turning pro at the age of 15 in 2008 and then joining the US Cycling team the next year in 2009. Since then Brooke has competed in two Olympic Games, finishing 8th at London in 2012 and 4th at Rio in 2016. Today Brooke continues to progress as a top tier BMX racer and is an inspiration and role model for aspiring athletes women all over the world. When she isn't pushing the limits of BMX racing all over the world, Brooke can be found in her hometown of Visalia California, kicking back with her two bulldogs, Baylee and Charlee, and spending time with her family and friends. - Haro


The Bloom BMX Awards 2019

Thursday, November 21, 2019
Artwork: @beabmx


With so much talent in women's BMX right now, we felt it was important to recognize the riders who impacted us the most. This is The Bloom BMX Awards 2019, riders recognized and nominated by you! Below are the 7 categories to cast your nominations, click on the link below. 

2019 FREESTYLE RIDER OF THE YEAR - She's someone who has been killing it in park. She may or may not be winning every competition but her style, flow, tricks, and creativity makes her the standout for 2019.

2019 RACER OF THE YEAR - She's dominating on the track, the gym, the mental game and all that comes with racing. Racers descend down the ramp in 2 seconds at almost 40 mph... quick, who is your 2019 racer of the year?

2019 FLATLANDER OF THE YEAR - Graceful, quick, dedicated and stylish to name a few, she's someone who has been killing it on the ground.

2019 STREET RIDER OF THE YEAR - She can easily be confused for a park rider, but her urban surroundings are her playground. She might be known for nibblers, but you won't see her stop having fun because of some skate stoppers.

2019 ROOKIE OF THE YEAR - She may not necessarily be young, but she's new on the scene and making waves in 2019. She could be a park, street, flatlander or even racer, she's the rookie of the year making a splash in 2019.

2019 BRAND OF THE YEAR - This is the brand that has provided the most support to women's BMX this year, and we love you.

2019 COMEBACK OF THE YEAR - She's someone who had to overcome a serious setback, and inspires us all to keep fighting and working to come back even stronger.

Vote Here

The riders shown in the image were chosen randomly for illustrative purposes, you can nominate any female BMXer! Nominations will close on Friday December 20th at 8pm EST. Final results will be based on the number of nominations, ties will be decided by The Bloom BMX. Recipients will be announced Monday December 23rd at 8am EST



#thebloombmxawards

BMX around the World: Philippines

Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Women's BMX is growing at a rapid pace, we absolutely love seeing the growth from all corners of the planet. Recently we were sent some photos of a mini Vans event in the Philippines. So cool!

"We are a group of girls who compete BMX here in the Philippines. We have different style in playing like we play flatland, freestyle, park and dirt. We are hoping that maybe one day we can join an international competition in other countries so we can have a lot of friends all over the world." - Anne Magno


Welcome to Hyper Hannah Edit

Sunday, November 17, 2019
Photo: Naoki Gaman


It's Official, Hannah Roberts is now part of the Hyper Family!

All of the guys were stoked to welcome her to the team and we decided to make this video up while everyone was out in China! She ended up winning the FISE Championships, FISE World Cup Series and Best Trick last weekend. UCI BMX FREESTYLE CHAMPIONSHIPS ARE UP NEXT!

Congrats Hannah!

Instagram: @HyperBmx
Youtube: @HyperBmx
Website: www.hyperbicycles.com

Caroline Buchanan back at her first race!

Friday, November 15, 2019
Photo Credit: CBuchanan68
Timing her road to Tokyo 2020, Buchanan leads Aussie trio in Indonesia.
Dual Olympian Caroline Buchanan has burst back onto the BMX racing stage over the weekend after finding the podium twice in her first C1 and HC event since her accident back in late 2017.


The two-day spectacle, known as the Banyuwangi BMX International in Indonesia, had a multitude of talent on show including Australia's elite men's national series champion Joshua Boyton, junior rider Damon Hocking and former world no.1 Buchanan.

Lining up on the gate alongside Buchanan was New Zealand's Sarah Walker, and the pair squared off like they have on so many occasions in the elite women's class.

Day 1 had Walker find the top spot on the podium, with Buchanan narrowly missing out after leading for the majority of the race.

Boyton was unable to progress to the final scoring a DNF while Hocking finished 9th overall in his class.

The following day was Australia's most successful, and for Buchanan, a big return to the international BMX racing stage as she beat home Walker to the top spot on the podium.

For Boyton, his DNF was the motivation he needed to make it to the elite men's final and finished third while Hocking finished 10th overall in the junior elites.

Full article: BMX Australia

UCI Urban World Championships Final Results & Photos

Tuesday, November 12, 2019



UCI Urban World Championships Final Results

1 Hannah ROBERTS USA
2 Macarena Valentina PEREZ GRASSET CHI
3 Charlotte WORTHINGTON GBR

4 Lara Marie LESSMANN GER
5 Nikita DUCARROZ SUI
6 Natalya DIEHM AUS
7 Laury PEREZ FRA
8 Perris BENEGAS USA
9 Agustina ROTH ARG
10 Minato OIKE JPN
11 Chelsea WOLFE USA
12 Teresa FERNANDEZ-MIRANDA AZCOAGA ESP

13 Jennifer WOHLRAB GER
14 Angie MARINO USA
15 Xianfen OU CHN
16 Katherine Seiran DIAZ DARMASE VEN
17 Rebecca BERG GER
18 Nina BUITRAGO USA
19 Elizaveta POSADSKIKH RUS
20 Jesse GREGORY USA
21 Xinyue LI CHN
22 Analia Gabriela ZACARIAS ARG
23 Elena MALYSHEVA RUS
24 Ekaterina KRUGLOVA RUS
25 Arina AZAROVA RUS
26 Maria VALLEJO GARCIA ESP
27 Emma FINNEGAN GBR
28 Hui GE CHN
29 Sara CANOVI ITA
30 Sivan COLE ESP
31 Magalie POTTIER FRA

Photos by Naoki Gaman

Women BMX Flatland Highlights | 2019 UCI Urban Cycling World Championships

Saturday, November 9, 2019


Congratulations to Irina Sadovnik your 2019 BMX Flatland World Champion! Watch the highlights from the Women BMX Flatland Final in Chengdu as part of the 2019 UCI Urban Cycling World Championships!

Final Results
1. Irina Sadovnik AUT
2. Misaki Katagiri JPN
3. Julia Preuss GER
4. Eri Funatsu JPN
5. Ekaterina Kruglova RUS
6. Celine Vaes FRA


Photos by @theagency_photo

UCI Urban World Championships Schedule, Rider List + Practice Photos

Friday, November 8, 2019
Just when you're recovering from last week's FISE competition, you have another competition this weekend! The UCI Urban World Championships takes place in China again from November 6th - 10th. Check out the women's schedule below, along with the rider list and shots from practice from our amazing photographer Naoki Gaman - we love her.

Women's Schedule

Saturday, November 9th
800 - 830 Group 1 Warm-Up
830 - 1000 Group 1 Qualification
1000-1030 Group 2 Warm-Up
1030-1200 Group 2 Qualification

Sunday, November 10th
900-930 Warm-Up
930-1115 - Finals

Riders List

Group 1

Maria Vallejo ESP
Sivan Cole ESP
Sara Canovi ITA
Elena Malysheva RUS
Arina Azarova RUS
Ekaterina Kruglova RUS
Xianfen Ou CHN
Augustina Roth ARG
Hui Ge CHN
Xinyue Li CHN
Magalie Pottier FRA
Jesse Gregory USA
Rebecca Berg GER
Laury Perez FRA
Emma Finnegan GBR

Group 2

Nina Buitrago USA
Analia Zacarias ARG
Katherine Diaz VEN
Jennifer Wohlrab GER
Teresa Fernandez-Miranda Azcoaga ESP
Natalya Diehm AUS
Elizaveta Posadskikh RUS
Angie Marino USA
Maca Perez CHI
Charlotte Worthington GBR
Minato Oike JPN
Chelsea Wolfe USA
Nikita Ducarroz SUI
Lara Lessmann GER
Perris Benegas USA
Hannah Roberts USA