Kia X Games Asia was a great start to the action sports summer season, and California RampWorks couldn’t be happier to have built the courses for such an awesome event. All the athletes put on a great show for the audience, pushing the progression in both skateboarding and BMX. As a recap, 12 year-old Tom Schaar answered to all the prior media hype, landing the first-ever 1080 in competition on the Mega 2.0. BMX riders were throwing in the tech tricks on both the street course and Mega 2.0 events. More and more young athletes are climbing the ranks, and X Games’ events have proved to be grounds to witness this progression that is taking place in bmx and skateboarding. With that being said, California Rampworks is returning home from Shanghai to prepare for X Games 18 L.A. Skateboard and BMX Street, Park, Big Air, and Vert courses. Check back for the reveal of this year’s designs!
Highlights from 2012 Kia X Games Asia