How do you be pro on bmx?
be like troy sircombe
There is no specific age requirement for being a pro bmxer because it all depends on what age you plan on becoming sponsored. However if you're referring to the X-Games as being "pro" then no age as long as you are good enough. Last year there was a 16 year old who placed in the BMX Dirt competition.
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Can't tell what you're thinking of here. To ride a bmx you need to be a ble to ride a bmx. There are bmx schools where you can get coaching, but most are self-taught. Since going pro is very, very difficult and rare to pull off, get an education that can get you a job if you don't turn pro. Or can get you a job when you you lose your sponsors deals. Or simply…
Cory Nastazio has: Played himself in "All My Crazy Friends 2... A Few More Nuts" in 2000. Played himself in "Pro BMX" in 2001. Played himself in "Pro BMX 2" in 2002. Played himself in "Jackass: The Movie" in 2002. Played himself in "Ultimate X: The Movie" in 2002. Played himself in "The Daily Habit" in 2005.
Strange question. What you need in order to be a BMX rider is to be able to ride a BMX. If you want to be a professional you need to be a very good rider. An education is always good to have. If you manage to become a pro it will help you understand what's in your contract. If you don't make it you'll have something to fall back on. If you get hurt, and…