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USA BMX Appoints Ray Hoyt to Lead National Foundation

Ray Hoyt has been hired to lead the USA BMX Foundation as executive director and will be charged with driving revenue and program development to support the foundation’s STEM and scholarship initiatives serving youth nationwide. Hoyt was instrumental in bringing the USA BMX Headquarters to Tulsa, which officially opened earlier this year. Most recently, Hoyt […]

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How Tulsa Landed the USA BMX Headquarters

Flash back 10 years. USA BMX, the national governing body for the sport, was headquartered at its longtime home in Gilbert, Arizona. As the sport grew in popularity — one of the fastest-growing sports in the past decade, according to the Sports and Fitness Industry Association — so did the needs of the organization. More tracks […]

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Case Study: 5 Takeaways from USA BMX’s First Event Back

Few sports may be better positioned than BMX to return to events. After all, the sport’s participants wear helmets that cover their mouths and serve as almost built-in masks. But staging an event in the new pandemic era isn’t as easy as telling people to get on their bikes because their faces may be covered. […]

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USA BMX Signs Agreement with GoPro

USA BMX and GoPro have formed a partnership that includes content creation, distribution, cross-promotion and event sponsorship. As part of the deal, GoPro will gain title sponsorship of some of the national governing body’s highest-profile events, including the GoPro North American Supercross Series presented by Full Tilt Racing and the USA BMX GoPro Grand Nationals […]

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