David Herman leading the way in Oldsmar, Florida
In a press release sent out today, USA Cycling announced the riders that would be heading to the World Cup race in South Africa next month. For the men, the line up will be the same as it was in New Zealand last weekend, Nic Long, Josh Meyers, David Herman and young gun Corban Sharrah. Connor Fields is still oddly missing.
For the females, this marks the official return of Alise Post(although she is expected this weekend in Arizona) along side Alise will be Arielle Martin, Brooke Crain, Amanda Carr and Amanda Geving . Click through the jump to read the full release.
After years of making everything else, TLD is getting into the grip game with these lock on grips. Some key features are the grooved channels for water/sweat buildup, flanges going higher than the lock rings to protect you from them and undercut pads provide slip comfortable feel with maximum grip, I have no clue what that means.
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There is only one shot of Nic Long. Click here to check the gallery and be sure to go full screen.
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Here is a link to the coverage on ESPN. Watchout for an edit coming in the next few days.
After a 13 hour car ride with a few hours to nap thrown in(unfortunately sleeping through the tradition of watching Forgetting Sarah Marshall), I went to work and edited photos… Chick thru the jump to check out a couple shots and for a link to the exclusive gallery.
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Once you get past the corny cover shot(This is a bmx magazine, not GQ…) it’s actually not that bad. It’s available online at BMXNat.com watch out for a lack of by lines here and there so some storys/photos where you have no clue who it’s from… But it’s defiantly a step in the right direction. Also. View it in full screen. Otherwise it’s just really obnoxious.
In days prior to getting the call, Josh had been tooling with his bike. when the call came, it was disassembled and all over. With a few hours to pack it was all thrown together…
With dR and Bennett out on injury, the people over at USACycling had 2 funded spots open for the worlds in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa in a couple of weeks. After much discussion, they went with Josh Meyers and Denzel Stein to fill in. Read the full release after the jump…
With a doubled up win in Nashvegas. The Saturday evening pro spectacular was rained out, so taking the win on Sunday meant twice the points and twice the money… Josh is on the hunt for the NBL title this year and it is certainly within reach.
Check out the coverage over on BMXNew.com and BMXMania.com