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Fearless and  always full of energy, Drew Bezanson is not afraid to go big. From Ninja drops to insane trick combos, Drew will try just about anything on his bike and everyone is always waiting to see what he's going to try next. He has 2 Nora Cup awards for Ramp rider of the year and a silver medal in X Games Park. To no surprise, Drew is also pretty good on a dirtbike. He grew up racing moto and won multiple titles as a kid.


Drew Bezanson


Truro, Nova Scotia, C anada

Currently Resides:
Toronto, Canada

Fox, RedBull, Toyota, DK Bikes, POC, Ryder Distribution, Ethika, GoPro, ODI

Fox Team Rider Since:

Years Pro:

I love to ride all aspects of BMX. Park is the one I ride the most.

Bike Frame/Specs:
DK Team Frame V3. 20.75 top tube with a 13.75 rear end. Perfection

Favorite Trick:
360 Lookback

Favorite Fox Product:
The new Fox Dagger Pant is my favorite product. Never owned a better pair of pants

Career Highlights

Simple Session 2010 – 1st Place

Simple Session 2011 – 1st Place

Nora Cup Ramp Rider of the year – 2011

Toronto BMX Jam 2011 – 1st Place

Baltic Games 2012 – 1st Place

Simple Session 2012 – 1st Place

Nora Cup Ramp Rider of the year – 2012

Red Bull Framed Reactions 2013 – 1st Place

Dew Tour 2013 – Ocean City Park Final – 2nd Place

Dew Tour 2014 – Streetstyle – 3rd Place

X Games 2014 – BMX Park – 2nd Place

Red Bull Dirt Conquers 2014 – BMX Dirt – 3rd Place

Toronto Jam 2014 – 3rd Place

Simple Session 2014 – Estonia - 1st Place

Baltic Games 2014 – Poland – 1st Place

Simple Session 2015 – BMX Park – 1st Place


What was your first bike?
My first bike ever was a 16” BMX bike called “Lil Lightening”

What/Where is your favorite place to ride?
My favori te place to ride would have to be Joyride 150 or any set of good dirt trails.

What are the top 3 Songs on your playlist (Band, Genre) – 
At the moment, Metallica, Iron Maiden and Meek Mill. Metal or Gangster Rap it is.

Who did you look up to most when you first started riding?
I looked up to Sam Lowe most when I first started riding. He was the local pro in my area.

What would your career be if you didn't ride BMX?
If I didn’t ride BMX I would probably be running heavy equipment or some kind of trades job. I wouldn’t be able to do an office job

Do you have a saying or motto you live your life by?
I can’t think of anything specific off the top of my head, but just to never give up on your dreams

Any advice to the next generation of BMX riders?
My advice to the next generation would be to ride their bikes the way they want to ride it. Not just follow the trends or the current fads


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