The 2017 UCI BMX World Cup tour came to its final stop and last 2 rounds for the 2017 season, in Santiago Del Estero, Argentina. Connor Fields wins the Last Round of the UCI BMX World Cup Finals and finishes 2nd overall for 2017.
Round 9 of the 2017 USA BMX Pro Series took the Pro riders to the legendary Louisville, KY BMX track at the EP Tom Saywer Park, home of the past NBL Grand Nationals. This track has been a staple on the BMX Pro tour for 30 years, and for the last 2, has been updated with a 8 Meter SX style hill, as well as a 5 meter hill next to it.
Chase is excited to announce the arrival of the 2018 Element complete bikes features include Chase Element Hydroformed Premium Speedlite Alloy, with the Chase BIO-FIT geometry, Answer Carbon Forks, Shimano Brakes, Tioga Tires, KMC Chain, Elevn Pivotal Saddle, Insight 4 Bolt Chain Ring, Sun Ringle Envy Rims, and Excess Cranks.
The USA BMX Pro series headed to Grand Junction, Colorado for stop #8 of the 2017 Pro Series tour. This was the 3rd round on the 2017 tour that features a supercross style track. With Joris Daudet and Connor Fields sitting 1 & 2 currently in the USA BMX points, with 5 wins each on the season so far, they were both looking to grab another win and extent the points over the other Elite riders.
For the first time in 16 years, the UCI BMX World Championships were held in the United States, at the premier BMX facility in the USA, Rock Hill. Heading into the UCI Worlds, both Joris Daudet and Connor Fields have been on top of the field and podium at most of the 2017 USA BMX and UCI events and both were looking to take home the rainbow stripes.