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Supercross

Jan 22 - 2020
Read Time 1 Min

High-Flying Tricks Take Center Stage

High-Flying Tricks Take Center StageHigh-Flying Tricks Take Center Stage
The first round of the Toyota BMX Triple Challenge kicked off in Anaheim, California, on January 18.
The best BMX freestyle riders in the world captivated the crowd with their high-flying acrobatic thrill show in Anaheim.
The best BMX freestyle riders in the world captivated the crowd with their high-flying acrobatic thrill show in Anaheim. This year’s host, 15-time X-Games gold medalist and Team Toyota athlete Jamie Bestwick heralds the Toyota BMX Triple Challenge as an event unlike any other. It’s the first and best opportunity for competitors to get on the dirt make a statement.
The Anaheim crowd watched as Jake Leiva brought home the top results. Gabriel Chaves placed second while last year’s Anaheim winner Pat Casey came in third. Andy Buckworth earned best trick of the event with his no-handed double backflip.
From a multi-story ramp, the competitors propel themselves on two wheels up and over two dirt slopes. They float through the air, some doing flips, inverts, moto whips and other incredible tricks like the superman, 360 and even flair. The Anaheim crowd watched as Jake Leiva brought home the top results. Gabriel Chaves placed second while last year’s Anaheim winner Pat Casey came in third. Andy Buckworth earned best trick of the event with his no-handed double backflip. Don’t try this at home!
 
The next stop for the Toyota BMX Triple Challenge is at Denver on April 4, then culminates at Salt Lake City on May 2.