Almost everyone who is serious about competing understands that the nervousness during a competition run can make things go wrong, just because the nervousness/anxiety took over the moment you wanted to do a good job with the run you had worked so hard for many months/years.
I have been running these Zoom live contest run simulations for about 2 years now and I have seen a remarkable improvement in everyone’s stress management skills when it comes to understanding how to develop a strong ability to understand how to perform well while feeling nervous. That being said, the live battle system I have here at MK Format works very efficiently and now it is time to make these battles open for everyone! Yes, you don’t need to be part of the coaching program and you can enter these weekly battles whenever you want. However, to make it feel even more like a real contest, there is an entry fee to join these live Zoom battles.
Contest season is starting and the battles are open for everyone starting next week. This is your opportunity to practice in a safe environment and truly understand where your current contest riding level is. In other words, the way you´ll ride in your first Zoom battle is how you would ride in your next contest.
Joseph Kyllo got in contact to help spread the word, on a big flatland contest scheduled for August 7/8th, read on… (cracking flyer!)
We are excited to announce Grizzly Jam, a flatland BMX contest happening in beautiful Vancouver, Canada on August 7/th. We have partnered with the Vancouver Mural Festival to host Grizzly Jam during the VMF Mount Pleasant Street Party. This festival is attended by over 150,000 people and we see this as a great opportunity to showcase and grow our sport! For additional info check out our Facebook page below and let us if you have any questions. We hope to see you there!
This Sunday to mark daylight savings, Pete Brandt and the homies down at the Clocktower in San Francisco will be hosting their annual jam. From Noon onwards, the session will be going down! Good times in the bay!
Fise just announced the dates and venues for the 2020 season, kicking off again in Hiroshima, Japan on 3-5 April. Moving onto Montpellier, France on 20-24 May, and finishing in Chengdu, China on 5-8 November 2020. Enjoy the short sweet trailer for Round 1! You can keep up to date on what events are going on throughout the year by checking the events category on our site….
The annual Vienna jam is just a few months away, last years jam looked absolutely amazing! Fancy a trip to Vienna, Austria? 28/29th March is the date, get this one booked up. More details to follow soon….
Four months of hard work finally paid off on Saturday at Sport Zone. The larger room and new floor was perfect! Three riders could ride at the same time and we definitely needed the extra space as there were 36 riders from 5 countries at the event. It was a combined contest, the Hungarian Championships in collaboration with Bringasport (Hungarian Cycle Federation) and the Veres Verseny 2019.
This weekend coming up, the Sportzone contest is supported by the Hungarian Cycle Federation and the November 23rd contest will also be the Official Hungarian BMX FLATLAND Championship with Junior, Girls, Amateur and Pro Classes. It will run together with the Veres BMX FLATLAND Contest and we will take out highest places to find the Hungarian Champions. 200m2 of a new perfect flatland floor the only of it’s kind in Europe!
The One Love Jam on Saturday 18th January 2020, marks the 10th anniversary of One Love. Dylan Worsley gets the poster, this years event was my first time attending the jam, and it was an amazing experience. If you looking to escape the winter for a little bit and ride an amazing spot on Newport Beach and meet riders from all different generations of flatland, this is the event to go to.