The latest episode of The Head Angle Podcast has arrived. This time around Tom Boorman and Matt Holmes sat down with Brandon Loupos to talk about everything from how he got into BMX to where he is today bouncing around the world riding contests and getting ready for the Olympics. This one is 2 and a half hour long, so there’s a TON covered in this one, so hit play and get to know Brandon a little better!
“From his first steps into BMX at age 11 to becoming the first UCI World Champion just 15 years later, Brandon Loupos has chased a dream that many said was impossible.
His drive and single minded focus is a far cry from his school years, netting him X-Games gold and showcases just how following a passion can lead to greatness. Especially if you’re prepared to sacrifice everything.
The once ‘Mini Mirra’ has overcome more than a few challenges and is now on track to represent Australia in the upcoming Tokyo Olympics, writing his own place in BMX history alongside his cherished childhood idol.
And while the stakes are now higher than ever, it’s his straight up love for riding that keeps it all in check.
We’re more than a little stoked to bring you this insight into a rider who wants to bring more to BMX and his legacy than just that iconic gold medal.
Talking to the past, present and future of BMX in Australia.
The Head Angle is an Australian BMX Podcast hosted by Tom Boorman & Matt Holmes.
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