#99: BMX Race met Straffen [OPDRACHT]
Neem het tegen elkaar op in een BMX-wedstrijd. De verliezer moet een tatoeage laten zetten. Zomerspecial: wij zitten in het buitenland, deze video is eerder opgenomen. De opdracht is door ons gekozen vanuit de top 50. Tickets voor het StukTV evenement: https://link2ticket.nl/m/ordermain.aspx?elink=A1hXcUMFf1xFVA -------------------------------------------------------------- Heb jij een opdracht voor ons? Dien deze dan NU in via http://www.stuk.tv/indienen -------------------------------------------------------------- Giel, Thomas en Stefan gaan compleet STUK voor JOU! Jij bepaalt welke onzinnigheden wij iedere week moeten uithalen. Op http://www.stuk.tv komen alle belachelijke ideeën bij elkaar en bepaalt de hoeveelheid stemmen welke stunt deze gasten dit keer moeten uithalen. Heb jij een goed idee, stuur dat dan in! -------------------------------------------------------------- OPDRACHTEN INDIENEN en STEMMEN: http://www.stuk.tv LIKE ons op Facebook: http://www.fb.com/stuktv VOLG ons op Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/StukTV Google+: https://plus.google.com/+StukTvPlus Giel: https://www.facebook.com/gieldewinterr http://www.twitter.com/Gieleke http://instagram.com/gielstuktv Thomas: https://www.facebook.com/thomas.vandervlugt.5 http://www.twitter.com/Thoootje http://instagram.com/thooootje Stefan: https://www.facebook.com/stefanfrans.jurriens http://www.twitter.com/StefanJurriens http://instagram.com/stefanjurriens ABONNEER op YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/StukTV Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/FwLx/
Full LIVE Re-run of the 2014 UCI BMX World Championships
Full LIVE Re-run of the 2014 UCI BMX World Championships. After a night that witnessed four new UCI BMX World Champions in the Time Trial division it was time for the 244 racers to get on track in the groups of motos and to race it out for the World Championships title. The tight BMX track in a packed Ahoy Arena would make for some fast and tight, bar to bar racing action, putting a huge emphasis on the start and race to the crucial first turn. The previous day of Time Trial racing would still play an important part of the racing format for the Championships racing day, as the seeding order for the days motos were based on the time trial super finals results, for the riders that qualified for the super finals, and the time trial qualification run for the other riders. The slightly revised 2014 UCI BMX race format for the World titles would award the top 16 World ranked Elite Men and top 8 Elite Women riders from 2013 UCI overall rankings a direct route to the 1/8th final single elimination qualifiers. The remaining Elite riders that qualified for the World Championships race would all be bracketed up and go head to head in 3 motos of racing on the Rotterdam track. Men Junior For the young Dutchman, Niek Kimmann, winning the Men Junior world title in the Time Trial was a great victory, but not his main goal of the weekend. Entering into the day of racing competition, the Men Junior class was full of potential World Champions, but only one could take home the title. Last years World Champion, Sean Gaian, was just coming back from injury, but was racing strong all day. As they both transferred into the main event, it would be the first time they would meet up. As the gate dropped, Niek had the best gate of the day, and took the early lead, never to be challenged. Winning both titles, Niek unified the Men Junior titles. Women Junior Being UCI World ranked #1 has brings great pressure to some riders entering into the World Championships, but for the young woman from Ecuador, Domenica Michelle Azuero Gonzalez, its did not faze her one bit. Sandie Thibaut was on hot streak after winning the World Champion title on Saturday night in the Women Junior class, but when it came down to the Jr Women's main event, it was a battle between only two riders, Domenica and Shealen Reno from the USA. Domenica had the start of the night for the Women Jr and took the early lead, while Shealen struggled on her first few pedal stroke, but quickly came to form, and began to chase down the gap for the lead. But Domenica proved to the world wide stage that the ranking of UCI #1 was well earned, as she held onto the lead, and took the World #1 title!. Shealen settled for 2nd, with the Russian woman Tatiana Kapitanova in 3rd. Women Elite The Women Elite field was full of talent and past World Champions and it would be a full on drag race each and every lap on the Championships day. Early upsets would include Caroline Buchanan, Felica Stancil, Merle Van Benthem, and Magalie Pottier all not moving onto the final. But don't underestimate the talent that was still in the main event, as five past World Champions lined up when the gate was ready to drop. Mariana Pajon was looking blazing fast on the track all weekend and when the gate fell, she turned up the power and took to the early lead. Alise Post from the USA was back after a long drawn out injury obtained from the 1st UCI BMX World Cup of the season, but her hard work and determination paid off, as she slipped into Pajon's slip-stream and took the 2nd place spot. The hometown crowd favorite, Laura Smulders, battled her way back from a bad start, to the 3rd place position, and that would be how the women finished up. The 2012 Olympic gold medalist, Pajon, regained her World Championships title, and gave Colombia something to cheer extensively about. Men Elite The Men Elite class looked to be an all out battle of the world fastest riders today, as the best of BMX were speckled through the entire Men Elite field. Maris Strombergs was looking to be a threat to win another world title as he was flying around the track, but in his semi event, as he entered the last turn in 2nd place and looking to advance, his front tire seemed to blow out and cause a heroundious crash, taking the Olympic Champion out of the running for the days title. Connor Fields (USA) and Sam Willoughby both were riding strong and would line up next to each other for the main event. As the gate slammed, Fields took the early lead, with Willoughby in 2nd and Aussie powerhouse Anthony Dean in 3rd. Willoughby closed the gap on Fields down the 2nd straightway and as the 2 entered turn #2, the riders seemed to enter the same space and unfortunately for Fields, he went down, taking Dean and most of the pack with him. Willoughby stayed up and took the lead and easily went onto win his 3rd Men Elite world Title. Tory Nyhaug from Canada dodged the wreckage and finished up 2nd with Tre Whyte from Great Britain finishing 3rd.
Webisode 43: Jason is a Debbie Downer
I show Jason CT's best skatepark and make him do some odd tricks that are quite entertaining to watch... FREE PIZZA! Shirts and Stickers - http://LZBMX.com After visiting my friend Jason Gaydos twice out in Pennsylvania, I wanted him to come out and hang out in my area. This was his second day in CT when it took him to Willimantic Skatepark and Mansfield's park. It was a super good time- we both rode pretty well and all the locals were SUPER nice. Shoutout to Jon Jon the Parmesan Don for the free pizza!!! SOCIAL MEDIA TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/Adam_LZ http://www.twitter.com/jaydos610 FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/adam.lz.1 INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/adam_LZ http://www.instagram.com/jaydos610 Snapchat Adam_LZ
LIVE 2015 BMX World Championships – Heusden-Zolder, Belgium
Don't miss... July 25th 17:30 - 20:00 CEST (15:30-18:00 GMT) LIVE broadcast from the BMX World Championships. For more information and news on professional cycling, visit http://www.uci.ch or follow us on Twitter @uci_cycling. For more cycling videos and to watch live events our YouTube Channel can be found at http://youtube.com/ucichannel. Inspired by their Motocross heroes, Californian kids in the 1970s started racing their bikes over the same courses when they weren’t in use. It quickly grew into a worldwide phenomenon, further enhanced by their use in the iconic scene in the film ‘ET’ when the friendly alien makes them fly to escape their pursuers. Down on planet Earth, there are 2 types of BMX racing: BMX Race The BMX race is performed on a BMX track, measuring between 300 and 400m, with alternating jumps, banked corners and flat sections. 8 riders battle for first place. Besides the traditional BMX races, there are also Supercross races for Junior and Elite riders. These competitions are held on a spectacular BMX track with an 8m high start ramp and several pro sections with technical jumps. The Junior and Elite World Championships and the Olympic Games are raced on a Supercross track. BMX Time Trial The BMX Time Trial is raced on a Supercross BMX track. During BMX Time Trial races, riders set off one at a time and cover the track as quickly as possible.