By the time New Jersey-born Garrett Reynolds was 16, his reputation as a sick BMX rider already preceded him. At just 12 years old, Garrett was competing in competitions, and a year after landing a win at the Taz Tour, 13 year old Garrett went pro.
By the age of 15, the BMX street and park rider began accumulating a number of striking results in the internationally acclaimed Dew Tour and X Games. His ability to pull off highly technical tricks with seemingly easy, effortless style saw him gain a reputation as one of the best park and street riders around, despite being one of the youngest in his field.
In 2007, Garrett was placed 7th at the Dew Tour finals, as well as scoring gold at the X Games in Brazil, Dubai and Mexico. He also chalked up a win at the X Games 14, as well as picking up a NORA Street Rider of the Year title. From 2008, the wins and top rankings continued to roll in, including a 5th place overall on the Dew Tour 2008, a win at Simple Session (an accomplishment that he repeated again in 2009), and Top 3 rankings on Dew Tour 2009-2012. Garrett is also a regular on the podium at X Games, having completely dominated the BMX street contest each year since 2008 in LA, and more recently, at the first edition of X Games Barcelona.Read more