Profile Racing caught up with Nikita Ducarroz for a new Bike Check with her current black and white Mongoose rig she’s running these days! Check out a full parts list along with a bunch of photos over on the Profile Racing Website to get a closer look!
Just like that, the first BMX Freestyle contest in the Tokyo Olympics has gone down! After years of preparation, the riders dropped in and threw down their best runs with the world watching. In the end, Logan Martin and Charlotte Worthington took home gold medals! Check out the top 3 Men’s runs above, then the top 3 Women’s runs below, along with more highlights after that! Amazing riding from everyone! On to 2024…
Watch the Men’s Highlights Here (NBC blocked embedding)
Gold – Logan Martin
Silver – Daniel Dhers
Bronze – Declan Brooks
4 – Kenneth Tencio
5 – Rim Nakamura
6 – Irek Rizaev
7 – Anthony Jeanjean
8 – Justin Dowell
9 – Nick Bruce
Watch the Women’s Highlights HERE. (NBC blocked embedding)
Gold- Charlotte Worthington
Silver – Hannah Roberts
Bronze – Nikita Ducarroz
4 – Perris Benegas
5 – Natalya Diehm
6 – Lara Lessmann
7 – Minto Oike
8 – Maca Perez
9 – Elizaveta Posadskikh
With a bunch of riders calling North Carolina home these days while they train for the Olympics, you’re bound to see some wild sessions. Here’s a video giving us a look at what Daniel Dhers, Marin Rantes, Nikita Ducarroz, Charlotte Worthington an Declan Brooks threw down during a session at the Sk8-Cary park. So many bangers on the box and spine. Take a look!
“The sun is shining and the world is healing! Some of the best park riders in the world – Daniel Dhers, Marin Rantes, Nikita Ducarroz, Charlotte Worthington, and Declan Brooks – enjoyed a Sunday morning session at Sk8-Cary in Cary, North Carolina to make the most of it. Check it!” – Vital BMX
It looks like Red Bull has been busy adding some new names to the roster. Last week Kieran Reilly was added over in the U.K, now it looks like Nikita Ducarroz has announced that she has been added to the squad, joining Red Bull’s growing women’s BMX program! Stoked on this news and definitely well deserved! With the new year around the corner, we would imagine we’re going to see a bunch of sponsor news starting to flow, especially after the way 2020 has gone for the BMX industry as a whole.
“Absolutely speechless moment. From a dream of a little girl afraid to leave her house, to seeing it become a reality, I can’t even begin to describe the feeling of joining the @redbull family today ? I’m so excited for women’s BMX and how far we have come, joining @lara_lessmann, @lizsurley_bmx_ and @bmx_queensaray on the team.” – Nikita Ducarroz
Despite COVID, the Mongoose team was able to get together to spend some time riding some hidden gems around North and South Carolina this past summer. Here’s a look at what the crew got into during the trip! This also doubles as a welcome video for Mykel Larrin that we are really stoked about. Hit play to check out the riding, along with insights from the team about the trip!
“The Mongoose freestyle team traveled to the Carolina’s to check out the new 2021 Legion series. While we had them out there, Team Manager Leigh Ramsdell played tour guide and took them around to discover the hidden riding gems that this region has to offer. They even crept into South Carolina for a once-in-a-lifetime session at Whipsnake! Watch this video to see all the spots Kevin Peraza, Nikita Ducarroz, Pat Casey and our newest team rider, Mykel Larrin, rode!” – Mongoose
The finals videos for E-FISE 2020 Women’s BMX Park have been uploaded for everyone to view and vote on! Here’s a look at what Queen Saray Villegas Serna, Lizsurley Villegas Serna, Natalya Diehm, Minato Oike, Nikita Ducarroz, Hannah Roberts, Charlotte Worthington and Laury Perez threw down for their videos. Check them all out, then go vote for your favorite video over on the E-FISE WEBSITE!
Up top is Queen’s video, you can view all the other videos below!
With a little more free time due to the shut downs, it looks like Angie Marino got around to putting a video together from the Girls Week at Woodward West last summer. Hit play to check out what she got into, along with a handful of other familiar faces, from riding to skating, swimming and more. Hopefully, with things starting to open back up again, Woodward will be able to make this one happen again this summer. Either way, take a look at the good times that were had on and off the bikes.
Woodward West Girls Week 2019! Exactly a year ago this week, we were all at Woodward West for Girls Week! I filmed so much through out the week and finally put it all together. Hopefully Woodward West can open this summer and we can do all of this again!
FRIENDS IN VIDEO
Mongoose caught up with Nikita Ducarroz to follow her for a Day In The Life. Nikita made the move to North Carolina to spend her days training, and it looks like it was a full day of riding and training. Hit play to see what she gets into!
“After staying out in Holly Springs, North Carolina at the start of 2020, Nikita decided to make the move and become a permanent resident. “I just really loved the vibe, the park, and the routine here at Daniel Dher’s park, and with Olympics coming up (now moved to 2021) I thought it would be a great opportunity to step up my riding even more and learn from everyone out here”. Along with Daniel Wedemeijer as her coach for Tokyo, Nikita now lives and trains with a small group of Olympic-bound riders who all have a common goal. Just before the lockdown hit, Nikita takes you along on her typical day in North Carolina with the crew.” – Mongoose