One of the original Snow BikeCross participants at X Games Aspen, Canadian Brock Hoyer has one goal heading into 2020: "I want gold back," says Hoyer.
Brock Hoyer, the first-ever X Games Snow BikeCross gold medalist, reflects on the evolution of the sport from where it started to where it is today.
At X Games Aspen 2017, a new discipline was introduced: Snow BikeCross, and Canadian Brock didn't disappoint, straight-up schooling a field partly made up of SnoCross and Moto X converts.
Brock Hoyer wins gold in the first-ever X Games Snow BikeCross race, Friday at X Games Aspen 2017. Colton Haaker and Cody Matechuk crossed the line in the silver and bronze medal positions, respectively.
Snow BikeCross makes its debut at X Games Aspen 2017, and with the help of Timbersled, the new discipline is opening up to motocross riders of all backgrounds.
If a motorcycle's wheels are replaced with a track and ski system, is it still a motorcycle? Is it a snowmobile? At X Games, they'll be called Snow Bikes, and the discipline makes its X Games debut at Aspen 2017.