The finals videos for E-Fise 2020 have arrived! Here’s a look at the videos for BMX Park Finals! You already know these guys turned up the heat with the prize money at stake! Check out Kevin Peraza’s video up top, then check out all the other videos below! After you watch the videos, go vote for your favorite over on the E-FISE WEBSITE!
If you’re looking for some ridiculous ramp riding, this new one from Hyper BMX will definitely do the trick! Jaie Toohey and Ryan Williams dropped by Logan Martin‘s house for a session. The level of riding in this is absolute madness, with so many insane tricks they make look super casual. It’s no surprise why you see these guys on top of the podium at park contests all the time. Definitely one BMX video worth checking out!
Check out this wild session at Logan Land (Logan’s backyard set up) with Logan Martin, Jaie Toohey and Ryan Williams.
Video/Edited by: Wayne Cant” – Hyper BMX
If you’re looking for a BMX video with a lot of heavy heat packed into it, this is the one for you. Wayne Cant dug through his computer and put together a ton of hammers from familiar faces like Logan Martin, Alex Hiam, Clint Millar, Chris James and more that haven’t been seen, and we’re not exactly sure why they haven’t been until now! Check it out!
“Coronavirus gave me a few days to dig through the hard drives and find a mountain of unused footage. I cut it down to 3 minutes. Enjoy.” – Wayne Cant
It’s pretty wild how the Chimera A-Side contest had $90,000 up for first place for park AND flatland, and there really hasn’t been a ton of footage from the contest popping up, yet. Here’s a highlight video from finals that shows all the bangers that went down in park finals. Brandon Loupos ended up taking the win and all that cash, so we would imagine he’ll be sitting nice all year.
“Hammers from the final day of Chimera A-Side in Nagoya, Japan featuring Brandon Loupos, Daniel Sandoval, Logan Martin, Boyd Hilder, Pat Casey, Rim Nakamura, Marin Rantes, and Ben Wallace!” – Vital BMX
We’ve seen some pretty wild BMX contests over the years, but what we haven’t seen is prize money that would definitely make an impact. The Chimera A-Side contest going down in Japan this weekend has a first place prize of $90,000. Prize money amounts can be kind of secretive for big events like X Games, but we’re pretty sure this is one of the biggest, if not the biggest, payouts for a 1st place in a BMX contest, which is awesome to see. Here’s a raw cut of some first impressions and a bit of riding footage that Vital BMX put together. It’s interesting to see the reaction these guys get when they contemplate what they would do if they won. We’ll see if the money is going to push people to go bigger than ever before to win. Either way, there’s going to be a park rider and a flatland rider with a real nice chunk of change in their bank account to start off 2020.
“We’re in Nagoya, Japan and the riders are about ready to compete for the $90,000 first place prize at the Chimera A-Side! Watch them get familiar with the course and hear how they’d spend the giant cash prize. Riders include Boyd Hilder, Logan Martin, Brandon Loupos, Daniel Sandoval, Justin Dowell, Ben Wallace, Rim Nakamura, and more!” – Vital BMX
The Hyper team recently rolled through Woodward West to spend some time riding the ramps and hanging out with the locals. Here’s a raw cut of footage giving you a look at what went down throughout one of the days there. Needless to say, these guys were more than productive.
“Imagine being a camper at Woodward and have the Hyper team show up. Ryan Williams, Logan Martin, Brandon Loupos, James Foster… Literally some of the greatest ramp riders in the world—and with a heavy collection of X Games medals between the lot of them. Here’s a little behind the scenes action from a day at Woodward with the Hyper dudes.
Shot/cut by: Nic Hilton” – Our BMX
Last night the BMX Dirt finals went down at the X Games in Minneapolis, and there was no shortage of wild riding going down on one of the better dirt setups that the X Games have had in past years. Here’s the full replay of the live broadcast giving you a look at everything that went down during the contest. Below you can find the top 3 runs that landed Logan Martin, Brandon Loupos and Dawid Godziek on the podium!