The greatest BMX race on earth is in Tulsa, Oklahoma was huge, over 700 motos, 3 days of racing, heavy pro attendance and cash up for grabs in the top class; The Elite Men. Anthony Dean of Australia picked up the huge win despite not being in the mix of the USA BMX Pro National Title. Dean, who came off the Rio Olympics with a fantastic performance on the final day was still going fast Thanksgiving weekend and he edged out the current world champion Joris Daudet of and newly crowned Olympic Champion Connor Fields. It’s a race typically won by the guy who is in contention for the USABMX title as that guy is the one who is hungry and sharp come silly season of BMX racing.
Anthony Winning that critical turning point second main event that set him up for the overall win.
Game of Thrones was in the building trying to protect the Tulsa Wall as John Snow was taking a break trying to come back from the dead.
Team USA Mens Olympic BMX team was in full attendance. Connor Fields, Nic Long and Corben Sharrah are getting mentally prepped for a qualifying lap.
VIDEO: Donny Robinson was on hand to thank the USA BMX and the race fans for the support in his illustrious professional career. Listen to Donny talk about his reasons for moving on from pro racing and what he wants to do next!
Joris Daudet Wins the Cup. USABMX CEO B.A. Anderson and Joris talk about the aerodynamics of the latest Chase aluminum pro frame.
Tulsa is a classic must attend event if you’ve never been here before, book your travel asap!
Alise Post coming off her Olympic Medal winning performance in Rio came into Tulsa and dominated the womens pro class taking home some good change in the process!
Connor Fields stood for hours with his fresh new gold medal he won at the Rio Olympics and also proudly showed off the bike that he piloted to victory!