Put Gary in any park and by the end of the day, it’s guaranteed he’ll be flowing that thing like he’s on home turf and lacing lines that other riders didn’t even know existed. That’s exactly what he did in Barcelona this weekend and we are more than proud to see that the juice man brought home a gold medal for his steeze. Congrats Gary!
X Games is over now and we’d like to give a quick shout out to all of our dudes out there who killed it! Gary Young and Chase Hawk both made it to the final round of Park and capped off the top 5. Sean Sexton and Aaron Ross both put on a good show in this year’s street course.
Click through the flipbook above for photos from Park and then hit up the videos below for a recap of the whole thing.
We’re at X Games right now and we’d like to wish all our guys out there good luck! Keep your eyes peeled for Chase Hawk, Sean Sexton, Aaron Ross and Gary Young. If you want to watch some live webcasts of the event, you can check that out by heading to: odysseybmx.com/xgames/
X-Games Park finals is over now and Gary ended up taking home the Bronze medal! The duo both ended up tweaking their knees a bit but they pulled some incredible lines and transfers before it all ended. Congrats guys and get well soon!
X-Games 2010 is underway and park prelims just got done wrapping up. We’re psyched to announce that Chase Hawk and Gary Young both qualified for finals!
Ride BMX just uploaded this sweet edit of Gary Young cruising around the X-Games Park course. It looks like there’s some sweet lines and obstacles there this year and as always, Gary’s putting them all into good use!
Chase Hawk has a photogallery and interview up on ESPN. In it, he talks about various things ranging from every day life to what it’s like riding at the X-Games. Speaking of which, they opened up the Super Park course recently and he and Gary Young have been out there getting the most out of it.
I promise this will be our last X-Games 15 related post and guarantee you’ll like it more than the others. Here’s a little highlight reel featuring Gary Young, Chase Hawk and Aaron Ross. Although Aaron didn’t make it into the street finals, he still managed to throw down some of the hardest tricks of the day. Chase blasted around like usual and boosted one of the largest 180s ever and Gary Young plunged into the deep end as a setup to one of the park’s hardest transfer lines. Click play, then clap.
X-Games Park finals happened this afternoon and Gary Young flowed the course so well that he didn’t even have to go upside down to get on the podium! He rode the course how it was meant to be ridden, with creative lines and fluid smoothness, earning him a spot in the top 3. Needless to say, everyone here at Odyssey is very happy for him. Congrats Gary!!!