Yes Virgina, there is still BMX racing in NJ. Hot on the heels of the state commissioner of NBL BMX racing in NJ resigning came this “controversial” President’s Cup jersey design from an undisclosed source. Quickly put up on the unofficial source for BMX racing discussion in NJ, Bill Hayden’s njbmxracing.com website, comments and “intense” discussion […]
Dave Dechert, the main man behind the story in “The East Coast Is The Right Coast”, was cool enough to hit us up for a jersey to race in as he is getting back into some racing. (You can never stay away…not possible.)
On Wednesday August 26, Hunterdon County BMX hosted Cub Scouts from Pennsylvania’s Hatboro Pack 17 and Horsham Pack 675. This was the Scouts first visit to a BMX track as well as their first time riding off jumps! (Their lives will never be the same! J )
On Sunday April 5th John Malone and I attended the Opening Day at CJBMX Howell,NJJohn is my Old School Racing Buddy from the Millville Days. John was racing in the Retro Class. Pre Mid Eighties Bikes. Nice to see the sport is recognizing the past. I was told that ” Antdog” had a lot to do with […]
32 years ago these were a couple of the original BMX riders in NJ. Dave Dechert would go on to ride for Factory Shimano and race AA Pro in the ABA and A Pro in the NBL, as well as winning a NBL War of the Stars Pro Main. They throw out a few comments […]
Here’s a little vid of the action from the ERA Kingston Cup this past weekend. Check out the mention of Phil’s name at least twice and look for him in semi 2 as well as the B Main (consolation main). It should be noted that ALL the pros are rocking phlat pedals, (yea, I spelled […]
The Dragon from TR, Phil Delizia….did not make the main at the first ever Elite Racing Association Cup race in Kingston Ontario Canada, BUT he did make it past the motos into the semis, where he got sixth. Normally at your average, who really cares if you are a pro or not national that would […]
BMXNJ’s Bad Boy Club hat is off to all the racers from NJ who made their mains at the 2008 NBL Grand Nationals. Our hats are also off to all those who spent the gas money to get to those events! It’s been a rough year in that arena.
BMXNJ is stoked to announce that Factory Felt Fastcat, Flying Phil Delizia has captured the NBL #6 Elite mens plate for the 2008 season.
The series for riders and by the riders has once again stepped up the heat level for it’s racing radness. As the NBL National season draws to a close at the famous Trilogy Park BMX in Pottstown, PA, the Hyper Pro-Am has acquired a big purse for a special pre-race pro-am on Friday August 8th.