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    Dave van der Burg - #8

    rider of the Dutch National BMX Team

Dave van der Burg

Dave van der Burg

Dave started racing at the age of six years and joined the Dutch national team in 2016 to pursue his ultimate dream – the road to the Olympic Games in Tokyo 2020. Known for his pure strength and solid riding, he worked his way up to be one of the top riders in the field.

Starting on a small BMX bike, it was soon clear that all Dave wanted to do was riding his bike. In his first year, he competed in local races and won most of them. In the years to follow, Dave started to compete in national and international races, traveling around with the whole family. Winning several championships in the early stages of his career, and three second places at the Dutch, European and World Championships in 2013 confirmed his talent and Dave made the step to the pinnacle level of BMX Racing - Elite Men.

After a few years in a privateer team (Verlu BMX) and becoming Dutch champion in 2016 he is now a member of the Dutch National team and training full time at the Olympic Training Centre in Papendal, the Netherlands. Since BMX racing has become Olympic, this has been his one and only goal.

Follow Dave to this destination – The Road to Tokyo 2020.




Highlights / Achievements

8th - World Championship

2018
Baku, Azerbeidzjan

3rd - World Cup #2

2018
Papendal, Netherlands

4th - Overall World Cup Ranking

2017
Papendal, Netherlands

2nd - World Cup #1

2017
Papendal, Netherlands

Dutch National Champion

2016
Luyksgestel, Netherlands

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