What an ending to the Euro BMX League it was. The weekend started with cancelling all championship training and racing on Friday. Buckets of rain fell all evening and races were moved to Saturday morning. The team was in third place in the team ranking at the start of the final weekend. Kristens Krigers wasRead more about Team Ranking decided in the final straight[…]
Thrilled to announce that Nadja Pries (Germany) and Edzus Treimanis (Latvia) are qualified for the Rio Olympics!
FACTORY BOX TEAM SIGNS THRILL AS NEW FRAME SPONSOR, ADDS JONES, GAIAN TO FACTORY TEAM ROSTER! Starting at the USA BMX Winter Nationals in February, Jared Garcia and his new BOX Factory pro teammates Trent Jones and Sean Gaian will race for the first time on Thrill BMX frames. Thrill recently signed a multi-year dealRead more about Thrill new frame sponsor for Factory Box Team![…]
Thrill Europe Factory had 2 riders present at the Olympic Test Event in Rio de Janeiro at the 2016 Olympics venue: Elite Women’s Aneta Hladikova (CZ) and Edžus Treimanis (Latvia). The event didn’t start well for the organiser. The track was deemed unsafe and modifications were made. In training most men jumped, but for theRead more about Edžus Treimanis wins Olympic BMX test event[…]
Last weekend the opening rounds of the European BMX League were held in Zolder (Belgium). Over 3800 riders from 34 Nations took the opportunity to gain some race experience on the 2015 UCI Worlds Track. Our Factory Team riders were eager to show their new team kits and bikes. Some good results from our riders Read more about Thrill Factory Europe in the Lead of Euro BMX League Ranking[…]
German Factory Rider Fabian Otto took a double win this weekend at his home track in Erlangen. He won rounds 5 and 6 of the National League (Bundesliga) and increases his lead in the National Ranking.
Factory Pilot Rune Deburchgraeve won the ranking of the Boys 14 in the 3 Nations Cup (B-D-NL) with 6 wins in 6 races! Marie Hossay took a 2nd place in Junior Women in the Final round, also giving her second place in the Ranking. In Junior Men, Sam Nouwen didn’t make it past the semiRead more about 3 Nations Cup[…]
The BMX World Championships and World Challenges were organized on July 23-27 in the Ahoy Arena (Rotterdam, Netherlands). The Worlds week was kicked off by the World Challenge. Jan Seidl (Czech Republic) made it to the semis in Boys 9. He was in qualifying position when he came in contact with an adversary and bothRead more about Edžus Treimanis World #4[…]
The Thrill Europe Factory Team was present in Roskilde (Denmark) for the final rounds of the European Champion League and the European Championships. Kristens Krigers finished 3rd place in round 11 and with the final rounds giving double points, he just missed out on first place by 3 points in the Junior Men ranking. EdzusRead more about European Championships, Roskilde (Denmark)[…]