I’m Ed Smith, a Roseville bicycle injury attorney. Get ready Roseville, as California BMX racers converge onto Oak Creek BMX a week from Friday. Participants have expectations of racing their way to fame and glory at the BMX Northern California State Finals taking place on August 26th through 28th. Oak Creek BMX and Placer Valley Tourism have combined their efforts once again to showcase this exciting competition to Placer Valley. The event will bring out at least 2,500 racers and a ton of spectators for an unforgettable three-day BMX extravaganza.
Here’s What You Can Expect
The BMX NorCal State Finals weekend will kick off with a single point race on Friday night, August 26th. On Saturday, August 27th riders will amp it up with a state finals pre-race worth double points. Then, on Sunday, August 28th by 9:00 AM get ready for the mega championship races worth triple points where bicycle riders will be competing throughout the entire day in an effort to be crowned the champion for their own division.
Watch For These Local Racers
There are several amazing hometown racers to keep your eyes on who will be competing in their own age groups:
- Kent Elliot and his twin boys (of Granite Bay)
- Jackson Elliot
- Nickolas Elliot
- Clair O’Conner (The Pride of Rocklin)
USA BMX – Cody Wilson – Will Crown Champions
Cody Wilson of USA BMX will be at the 3-day event. He will also be crowning the champions at Sunday’s awards ceremony. Linda Minton, Oak Creek BMX owner said that having Cody Wilson present with the caliber of his expertise will surely inspire the racers and the community of BMX enthusiasts. Minton also explained how grateful the racing community is for all of Wilson’s support.
Location of Event:
Oak Creek BMX – Car Racing Track
Address: 648 Riverside Avenue, Roseville, Ca
Watch Youtube Video below to look at a race held at Oak Creek BMX in Roseville:
Not Sure What BMX is All About?
Just in case you may be wondering what this BMX stuff is all about, simply watch the Olympics tonight through Friday and you will see with your own eyes what these amazing athletes can do.
Watch Youtube Video below to view the RIO Olympic BMX Test Event – Highlight Video:
BMX Racing Debuted at the 2008 Beijing Games
This will only be the third Olympics for this exciting and continually evolving sport. BMX first debuted at the 2008 Beijing Olympics!
Bicycle Accidents Involving Motor Vehicles
Bicyclists have little to no protection around their bodies and therefore accidents involving motor vehicles can result in traumatic injuries and even death. As an experienced bicycle accident attorney, I have worked with people who have suffered traumatic brain injuries, bone fractures, spinal cord injuries and many other examples of harm due to these types of accidents. My clients have gone on to recover monetary compensation for damages such as present and future medical bills, lost wages, lost earning capacity and future wages, pain and suffering, and in wrongful death cases, damages for funeral expenses and the loss of companionship.
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I’m Ed Smith, a Roseville Bicycle Accident Attorney. If you or someone close to you has been seriously hurt while riding a bicycle due someone else’s negligence, please call me today at (916) 921-6400 or (800) 404-5400 for free and friendly advice.
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