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morgan WADE

morgan WADE

morgan WADE

Freestyle BMX

Freestyle BMX

38 Years Old
Tyler, TX, USA

38 Years Old
Tyler, TX, USA

Freestyle BMX

38 Years Old
Tyler, TX, USA

Meet a Texas original, Morgan Wade. He has been riding Freestyle BMX for over 21 years with no signs of slowing down. He’s ridden in countless competitions and events over the years, including Nitro Circus Live shows, World Championships, and the X Games. Of the 9 medals he earned in X Games, 2 are Gold. Morgan was also voted “Rider of the Year” multiple times in the prestigious NORA Cup Awards.

This Texan is a legend among his peers who respect his creative eye and willingness to go huge, consequences be damned. The BMX Big Air moniker fits his “go big or why bother” philosophy and holds the X Games record for highest air on the quarter-pipe (23’11, set in Minneapolis 2018).

Morgan is a dedicated proponent of the XSM Anti-Bullying campaign and strives to be a positive influence in young people’s lives. He also frequently entertains the troops as part of Bikes Over Baghdad. “By far, one of the most rewarding things I’ve ever been a part of in my BMX career is Bikes over Baghdad,” said Morgan. “We get to go to the Middle East and perform for our men and women in uniform and give them a much needed taste of home. There’s nothing like being able to do that for them—even if it’s only for a few hours. I’ve been a member of the team since 2012 and have been over there 15 times or so—I’ll keep going as long as they’ll let me.”

Meet a Texas original, Morgan Wade. He has been riding Freestyle BMX for over 21 years with no signs of slowing down. He’s ridden in countless competitions and events over the years, including Nitro Circus Live shows, World Championships, and the X Games. Of the 9 medals he earned in X Games, 2 are Gold. Morgan was also voted “Rider of the Year” multiple times in the prestigious NORA Cup Awards.

This Texan is a legend among his peers who respect his creative eye and willingness to go huge, consequences be damned. The BMX Big Air moniker fits his “go big or why bother” philosophy and holds the X Games record for highest air on the quarter-pipe (23’11, set in Minneapolis 2018).

Morgan is a dedicated proponent of the XSM Anti-Bullying campaign and strives to be a positive influence in young people’s lives. He also frequently entertains the troops as part of Bikes Over Baghdad. “By far, one of the most rewarding things I’ve ever been a part of in my BMX career is Bikes over Baghdad,” said Morgan. “We get to go to the Middle East and perform for our men and women in uniform and give them a much needed taste of home. There’s nothing like being able to do that for them—even if it’s only for a few hours. I’ve been a member of the team since 2012 and have been over there 15 times or so—I’ll keep going as long as they’ll let me.”

Meet a Texas original, Morgan Wade. He has been riding Freestyle BMX for over 21 years with no signs of slowing down. He’s ridden in countless competitions and events over the years, including Nitro Circus Live shows, World Championships, and the X Games. Of the 9 medals he earned in X Games, 2 are Gold. Morgan was also voted “Rider of the Year” multiple times in the prestigious NORA Cup Awards.

This Texan is a legend among his peers who respect his creative eye and willingness to go huge, consequences be damned. The BMX Big Air moniker fits his “go big or why bother” philosophy and holds the X Games record for highest air on the quarter-pipe (23’11, set in Minneapolis 2018).

Morgan is a dedicated proponent of the XSM Anti-Bullying campaign and strives to be a positive influence in young people’s lives. He also frequently entertains the troops as part of Bikes Over Baghdad. “By far, one of the most rewarding things I’ve ever been a part of in my BMX career is Bikes over Baghdad,” said Morgan. “We get to go to the Middle East and perform for our men and women in uniform and give them a much needed taste of home. There’s nothing like being able to do that for them—even if it’s only for a few hours. I’ve been a member of the team since 2012 and have been over there 15 times or so—I’ll keep going as long as they’ll let me.”