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Thursday, Nov 9, 2017

Throwing this one back to 1988 with UKBMX National Number 1 Superclass rider, Tom Lynch, riding for Haro in the UK. Tom was both UK & European Champion in the mid 80s and was also featured in the 84,85 Kelloggs’ Channel 4 TV Series during the BMX boom in the 80s.

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Wednesday, Oct 18, 2017

Haro/US Junior Devo Team’s, Kamren Larsen, winning 17-18x both days in Reno over the weekend at the Black Jack Nationals. 

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Tuesday, Oct 3, 2017

Always good to see young rippers on Haro bikes at the local track. 

Sunday, Sep 17, 2017

Solid weekend for Nic Long up in Bakersfield at the Fall Nationals coming home with 2 wins and a second place. 

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Thursday, Aug 31, 2017

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New Haro /Dale Holmes Racing - BMX Pro For A Week YMCA Camp Edit by Justin Kosman

Sunday, Aug 27, 2017

Tangent Pro / Am

Good weekend up in Northern California for both Nic Long & Brooke Crain at the Tangent Pro /Am State Finals at Oak Creek BMX.  Nic took the guy’s win and Holeshot award with a nice $1500 in his pocket all in a day’s work.  Brooke easing back into the race action after injury, hit the podium and also took the Holeshot award cash for an afternoon’s work. Great event and big shout out to the Tangent Crew for supporting Pro racing at the State level.

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Sunday, Aug 27, 2017

Haro / US Junior Development Report

Since July’s UCI World Championships in Rock Hill our US Junior Team have kept busy on the race front all Summer long.  Noah Ramos and Payton Ridenour took wins at the Mile High Nationals in Colorado and just a few weeks later Kamren Larson took wins both days up in Washington at the Lumberjack Nationals. On the State Championships side of things, Payton won her State / Gold Qualifier over in Pottstown, PA with Noah & Kamren both winning out West at the Tangent Pro / Am in Northern California in their respective classes.  Kamren also made the Pro/Am Main event in a deep class of 36 riders, which is a big stepping stone in the larger picture mixing it up with some of the World’s best Elite riders. Colin Whittington who has been focusing on school for the first part of the summer is easing back into race mode getting on the podium at the Las Vegas Nationals and coming in 2nd at this weekend’s States race in Lake Perris, Ca.

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Sunday, Aug 20, 2017

Good weekend up in Washington for the Haro/US Junior Development Team’s Noah Ramos & Kamren Larsen at the USA BMX Lumberjack Nationals. Noah placed 2nd both days with Kamren grabbing the wins on Saturday & Sunday.

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Friday, Aug 11, 2017

Coming off of the UCI World Championships in Rock Hill, South Carolina, the US Junior Devo team spent the week traveling with Jason Carnes’ Berm Academy. Along their trek from South Carolina to Colorado the crew got to shred trails at Valmont Bike Park and Frisco Adventure Park, take a dip in the hot springs, meet a ton of rad people, and have memories that will last a lifetime. In addition to all this, they put down some hot laps at the Mile-High Nationals in Grand Junction, CO. On Saturday, the team was back in racing mode with Payton Ridenour earning a 6th in the 15-16 girls class, Noah Ramos with a 3rd in 16 expert, and Kamren Larsen with a 4th in the 17-18 expert class. Not being satisfied with their results, the team came back stronger on Sunday with Payton and Noah both winning their classes and Kamren finishing in the 2 spot. Next for the team is some much-needed rest, but not too much as they continue to train and prepare for future events.
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Thursday, Aug 3, 2017

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Haro / DHR - BMX Pro For A Week YMCA Summer Camp Edit by Justin Kosman

Thursday, Aug 3, 2017

#Throwback Mike King winning the 1987 IBMXF World Championships in Orlando, Florida in the Superclass category.

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Sunday, Jul 30, 2017

At her first UCI World Championships ,we’re stoked to see our Haro / US Junior Development team’s, Payton Ridenour, on the podium in the 2nd spot in the 15 Girls Class. Being so close to the win can only continue to give The P-Nut the motivation and drive for the years ahead.

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Saturday, Jul 15, 2017

We’re at the mid-point of our 2017 Summer Season of our BMX Pro for a Week YMCA Summer Camp.   We’ve seen tremendous growth over the past four years.  Many of our weeks are selling out, get your youngster signed up.  Our program is geared for ages 7-14 - please find the list of dates, Y locations and contact information below.  

July 24 – July 28, 2017
East County Family YMCAs
Cameron Family YMCA
Register by Calling: (619) 449-9622

Davis Family YMCA
Register by Calling: (619) 464-1323

McGrath Family YMCA
Register by Calling: (619) 462-9622

July 24 – July 28, 2017
Mission Valley/Toby Wells YMCA
Register by Calling: (619) 298-3576

July 31 – August 4, 2017
Ecke Family YMCA
Register by Calling: (760) 942-9622

August 7 – August 11, 2017
Mission Valley/Toby Wells YMCA
Register by Calling: (619) 298-3576

Rancho Family YMCA
Register by Calling: (858) 484-8788

August 14 – August 18, 2017
Scripps Ranch Swim & Racquet Club
Register by Calling: (858) 271-6222 Ext. #104

August 21 – August 25, 2017
Mission Valley/Toby Wells YMCA
Register by Calling: (619) 298-3576

Saturday, Jul 15, 2017

Congrats, Charly Gaillard, European Cruiser Champion, 2017.

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Monday, Jul 10, 2017

The latest stop on the USA BMX National schedule this weekend was at one of the most famous east coast tracks, South Park BMX in Pittsburgh, PA. The track was originally built in 1978 and is known for its natural flow and beautiful park location.

The men’s side of the US Junior Development Team was unable to make the trip, so Payton “P-Nut” Ridenour held down the fort.  She was up against some stiff competition in the 15-16 girls class as well as the demands of the ever-changing weather and track conditions. Rain delays on Friday and Saturday forced the race to be post-posed while the track was covered and uncovered several times. However, Mother Nature paid everyone back with a sunny and dry Sunday. The event staff did an amazing job of keeping everything running.

Payton was on the podium all three days, getting 3rd on Friday and Saturday and a 2nd on Sunday. This was a great opportunity to prepare for UCI World Championships in Rock Hill, SC, later this month.   

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Sunday, Jul 2, 2017

New Haro / Dale Holmes Racing - BMX Pro For A Week YMCA Summer Camp Edit by Justin Kosman.

Friday, Jun 23, 2017

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Haro US Junior Development Team Edit by Justin Kosman

Monday, Jun 12, 2017

Haro / US Junior Devo Team Report

We hit Salt Lake City this past weekend on the recent USA BMX National Schedule for the men’s side of the Junior Devo Team with Colin Whittington, Noah Ramos & Kamren Larsen.  They were all ready for 3 days of National racing.

Colin was easing back into racing after focusing on School for the last few months and even though he did not figure in the results he put in some good laps and made the mains on Sunday. Still lots of motivation as we move into the summer for Colin.

-Both Noah Ramos & Kamren Larsen flew into Salt Lake a few days early to spend some time training with our Team Coach, Arielle Verhaaren before the race alongside helping out with a Grass-Roots Clinic on Thursday at the track with the GT Team, which had a huge turn out and was a success with so many local bmxers showing up.

Race wise, Noah made some main event appearances but no podiums this weekend. Kamren Larsen like Nashville, was feeling good going in but somehow crashed out Friday while leading the 17-18 x final in windy conditions. Saturday Kamren finished a solid second place and like Friday more bad luck Sunday crashing out while leading the semi final.

Still lots of positives to take away from the weekend.  The boys headed down to San Diego for a week’s Camp at the Olympic Training Center with other riders on the US Team prepping for this Summer’s World Championships.

While we were out in Utah, Payton Ridenour was flying the flag back East Coast racing and winning both days despite moving up a class!  Clearly, it didn’t slow her down a bit.  Now, she’s hopping on a plane to make her way out to the OTC for this week’s camp as well.  

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Tuesday, Jun 6, 2017

Looks like the injuries Brooke Crain substained in Holland are going to take a little longer in the recovery department meaning Brooke will miss this summer’s UCI World Championships in Rock Hill.  Healing vibes, Brooke.

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Domination weekend over in Nashville at the Music City Nationals for Haro/Promax rider, Chad Street. Chad actually pulled off double wins, all 3 days totaling up 6 wins, which is pretty impressive these days. Look to Chad to be one of the big favorites in the 35 plus Challenge & Cruiser classes at this Summer’s World Championships in Rock Hill, South Carolina.

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