Mongoose pro Cameron Wood made his pro debut at the USABMX Winter Nationals and made history! He went toe-to-toe with some of the fastest BMXers on the planet like Joris Daudet and Connor Fields and wound up winning!! After falling during the main on Friday’s race, he put it all together when he came back on Saturday and took it to the podium on his Mongoose Title Elite XXL!! This was Cam’s first professional win and the first time in 17 years that Mongoose was at the top of the podium! That’s Huge!!! Not only did Cam win the race, he also won the hole shot award giving him a total of $1900 in prize money for Saturday!
The 2021 USA BMX Pro series is gonna be a real interesting with the pool of fast riders. Lets see if Cam Wood can keep this up and get on the top of the podium again. Stay tuned, The Goose is loose ya’ll!!!
On Saturday, the Mens Pro class was won by Mongoose’s Cam Wood; the Arizona resident originally from Montana. For the record, the last time a Mongoose factory pro had stood on top of the podium was at the 2004 Grands. (For trivia-hounds, that last Mongoose guys to win a AA-pro main was The Jackal, John Purse.) Thus, Cam Wood broke the 17-year drought for the ‘Goose guys – and with his fullbore training regimen from Coach Sam Willoughby, do not be surprised if Wood holds off the Chase twins from that fourth No.1 title.~USABMX