Top 20 BMX Rider celebrities in England

Here is the latest list of the world's top 20 BMX Rider celebrities [Updated June 28, 2022].

1. Dan Lacey

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Dan Lacey was born on July 14, 1988 in England.
He has earned sponsorships from brands like Vans, Monster Energy and DUB Clothing. 

2. Harry Main

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Harry Main was born on September 18, 1990 in Liverpool, England.
He was forced to withdraw from the X Games two years in a row due to a broken ankle.

3. Liam Phillips

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Liam Phillips was born on March 11, 1989 in England.
He represented Great Britain at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, the first time the sport had been included in the Games.

4. Brendan Fairclough

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Brendan Fairclough was born on January 10, 1988 in Guildford, England.
He has been featured as the second athlete of the Redbull GoPro races from the World Cup round at Pietermaritzburg. 

5. Shanaze Reade

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Shanaze Reade was born on September 23, 1988 in England.
She won silver at the 2012 UCI BMX World Championships despite being hospitalized due to a serious crash just days before.

6. Sebastian Keep

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Sebastian Keep was born on March 7, 1983 in England.
With video clips of his riding and other lifestyle photos, he has a strong Instagram presence with over 40,000 followers on his account. 

7. Jamie Bestwick

Jamie Bestwick was born on July 8, 1971 in Nottingham, England.
He spoke about motorcycle racing at Yale University in 2014.

8. Dale Holmes

Dale Holmes was born on October 6, 1971 in England.
He was sponsored by companies such as Cyclecraft, Webco Bicycles, and Gary Turner Bicycles among others.

9. Chris Akrigg

Chris Akrigg was born on August 22, 1984 in Keighley, England.
Some of his most popular YouTube videos includes "One Gear No Idea" and "Step of Death."

10. Craig Campbell

Craig Campbell was born on July 16, 1969 in England.

Retired freestyle BMX rider who was the first non-American rider to receive a full sponsorship by Haro, winning several freestyle titles.

Craig Campbell pioneered the 540 wallride.