Xtreme Challenge 2021

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Last Sunday we had the first BMX Park competition for the year 2021 at Sg Kantan Skatepark, Kajang. Even though we still under Movement Control Order (MCO) time, the organizer still manage to create a small event for our extreme sports enthusiast. We really missed BMX Competition a lot.
Thanks to all riders who came over to support this event. Indirectly you are supporting our Malaysia BMX scene to grow bigger. Thanks guys.

Its great to see some new riders really improve a lot at this competition. Young blood like Rafiq Hashimi and Hadi really showing their talent in BMX riding. There are still more space for them to grow bigger and better.

PRELIM RESULT (8 riders go to FInal)
1 – Syafiq Norzazlan
2 – Rafiq Hashimi
3 – Shaszwan
4 – Muhammad Nor
5 – Firas
6 – Muhaimin
7 – Hadi
8 – Azim
9 – Hadric Tadaski
10 – Azram Razali
11 – Azlan
12 – AIman
13 – Omar
14 – Nadzmi

We hope that there are more event organizers willing to do BMX event in the future because BMX scene is growing rapidly now.

1 – Syafiq Norzazlan
2 – Muhammad Nor
3 – Rafiq Hashimi
4 – Shaszwan
5 – Firas
6 – Hadi
7 – Muhaimin
8 – Azim

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Vans X SE Bikes

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Vans the original action sports footwear and apparel brand, has become known for its collaborations with like-minded leaders in the action sports industry. This season, the brand partners with legendary BMX brand SE Bikes for a collection that celebrates bike life culture and honors both brands’ legacies.

In 1970, at just 14 years old, Scot Breithaupt organized the first ever BMX race in a vacant lot in Long Beach, California. The rest, as they say, is history, as Scot became one of the main forces in growing the sport. Seven years later, he founded Scot Enterprises, and SE Racing was born. Best known for its “PK Ripper” bike, designed in 1979 and named after BMX legend Perry Kramer, SE has evolved along with the sport, innovating and introducing new bike styles.

The Vans x SE Bikes collection brings SE branding to Vans’ Style 36 silhouette—the 1978 forefather of today’s Old Skool, which debuted the brands now iconic Sidestripe.  Available in three different colorways, the shoe features reflective checkerboard detailing and sidewall art that calls out some of SE’s most popular bikes. For little riders who prefer to ditch the laces, the collection also features a Velcro version of the modern Old Skool in a throwback racing red and plume colorway available in toddler sizes. 
Leading the apparel collection is a graphic tee in the same colorway, featuring a signature SE and Vans “Off The Wall” collaboration logo. The coordinating Mini Ward Cross Body bag keeps riders’ hands free, while a reflective 3M checkerboard stripe below the zipper brings the style. The same reflective checkerboard motif carries over on a long sleeve ringer tee and camper hat, while a fleece short, long sleeve knit shirt and pullover hoodie complete the look. 

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