I’m getting this post up later than I would've liked, and while I'm not trying to make excuses, this past weekend was packed with BMX and I'm exhausted. I bookended the Triple Challenge with a few days (and late nights) with filming for an upcoming new Ride video, but more about that later. Anyhow, the 2018 Toyota BMX Triple Challenge kicked it off in a heavy way earlier this month at the first stop in Anaheim with an insane contest and things didn’t show any signs of slowing down this past weekend in Glendale, Arizona. Not only did we see a new face in first place with Brandon Loupos—and Dawid Godziek coming back after his first place with a very respectable 2nd, but we also saw some talent from as far away as Russia with Irek Rizaev and Alex Nikulin and Columbia's Andres Pardo. It's hard to imagine what's to come at the best stop, but from the looks of things, it's only going to get more crazy.

Results: Toyota BMX Triple Challenge – Glendale

1 – Brandon Loupos
2 – Dawid Godziek
3 – Logan Martin
4 – Jake Leiva
5 – Alex Nikulin
6 – Andres Pardo
7 – Kyle Baldock
8 – Wesley Hark

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