Stop #12 of the 2019 USA BMX Pro Series tour took the best BMX racers in the world to the incredible new BMX Facility in Houston, Texas, home of the 2020 UCI BMX World Championships. This BMX faculty is just that, as it houses a BMX Supercross track with a 8 Meter hill, and 2nd 5 meter hill for the Amateurs, Pump track, and a BMX Freestyle Park. Located smack dab off a major freeway that runs through Houston, this BMX mecca will draw new fans of BMX and create some of the best racing in the USA.
Stop #11 of the 2019 USA BMX Pro Series headed to the Sunshine State of Florida for the Sunshine State Nationals on the incredible Sarasota BMX SX track. With just a few races left for the Pros, the battle for the 2019 USA BMX #1 Pro title is heating up, with Connor Fields currently leading the chase, and Joris Daudet just off the top mark and coming back from injury from the BMX World Championships.
The Chase BMX Factory Pro team is proud to announce the addition of 2019 UCI Jr Men World Champion Tatyan Lui Hin Tsan. He joins the Chase team of Connor Fields and Joris Daudet with some huge accomplishments at the young age of 17 - with his huge win at this years UCI BMX World Championships, where he is a first year junior. He will make his debut for the Chase Factory team at the USA BMX Sunshine State nationals in Sarasota, Florida on October 18th and then onto the USA BMX Lone Star national in Houston, TX the following weekend.
Connor Fields headed down to Santiago Del Estero for the final 2 rounds of the 2019 UCI BMX World Cup SX series. With Connor being injured in the beginning of the season and missing 3 of the 5 stops, the overall title was out of each for him, but landing back on the podium at one of his favorite events of the season was the main goal. With Joris Daudet still sidelined from his crash from the UCI BMX World Championships, Connor would be the loner Factory rider to attend, but many other supported Chase Athletes were also in attendance for the World Cup Finals.