Category Archives: BMX Jams
BMX grom Victor Peraza takes home the win in Recon Tour Open class. Check him and other groms killin it!
Victor Peraza takes the win in the open division at the Monster Army Recon Tour Round 2 presented by Replay XD. This makes him the youngest athlete to win the Recon Tour open division since the Recon Tour began two years ago. The event took place at Premises Park in Tucson, AZ where riders traveled across the US and even Japan to attend.
Open Final Results:
1st- Victor Peraza
2nd- David Peraza
3rd- Ruben Torres
16 + Final Results:
1st- Antonio Chavez
2nd- Steven Hammond
3rd- Ethan Bray
13 -15 Final Results:
1st- Andrew Casarez
2nd- Zhean Lafitte
3rd- Brian Vazquez
Video filmed by Dylan Pfohl. Additional filming by Sean Zaidi
The Next Generation Jam was a hit this past March at The Wheel Mill bike park in pittsburgh Pa. Lukas and Nathan Halahan along with Mike Potoczny created the Next Generation Jam to get youth involved and have a good time shredding. Here is the video that Geo Jenkins put together from this years jam.
The Next Generation Youth Jam was hosted by The Wheel Mill and supported by Gform, Shadow Conspiracy, Subrosa, Sunday Bikes, Jaunt, Deek Design, Pro Bikes, Lil Shredders Bikes, Odyssey, KDM, Profile Racing, Camp Three Clothing, Bmx Groms. This past March Next Generation Jam held a jam/pro demo at The Wheel Mill bike park in pittsburgh PA. It was such awesome sight with kids of all ages shredding and riding things that they may never have tried before.
Clips from the Next Generation Jam at the Wheelmill in Pittsburgh, PA. Cameron Girvin, Brady Baker, Cameron Eader, Dorian Giordano, Nahum Billington, Ian Gaskin and lots or other riders.
The Next Generation Youth BMX Jam, which took place on March 8, was a simply awesome event that showed what a killer future BMX has. Young BMX riders travelled for hundreds of miles to shred with other BMXers and participate in the jam at the Wheelmill bike park in Pittsburg. The Wheelmill, with its friendly staff, was a perfect location, with terrain for all levels of rider. The Halahan family – a super rad BMX family from Pittsburgh – organized the event, a first of its kind and we’re sure there are going to be many more of these. While the emphasis was more about having fun than winning, there were some awards, such as; “heavy hitter”, “fastest tire change”, and “littlest shredder”. Prizes were also awarded at the best trick contest, style cat jam, pump track time trials and more.
From smaller shredders like 5 year old Beau Baker, to 15 year olds that are thinking about pro class, everyone had a good time.
In between events the riding never stopped. There was always a constant flow of radness from these young shredders.
During the “Style Cat” jam, the level of riding, style and consistency was mind blowing. Every single rider was having a blast.
The final event before the awards ceremony was a pro demo by Chris Doyle and a number of others, making an awesome end to a killer day.
Sunday Bikes had generously donated a 16″ and an 18″ primer BMX, which were raffled off at the end of the day during the awards ceremony.
Lukas and Nathan Halahan handed out the awards. Thanks to all who made the jam possible and the many companies that donated prizes. Sponsors were: Shadow Conspiracy, Subrosa, G-Form, Sunday, Odyssey, Kid Dynamite, Profile, Deek, Jaunt, and The Wheelmill. Everyone went home pumped! The future of BMX is looking good!