Kalen Jari of Mosinee rides his BMX bike at the Weston Skate Park in 2011.
BMX fans will have a chance to show off their skills and learn tricks from professionals at a late-June event at the Weston Skate Park.
The village of Weston and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes are working together to bring Outcast, a professional BMX team from Nashville, Tenn., to the June 21 event.
Outcast will provide demonstrations and instruction in BMX biking, popularly used for stunts and tricks, for school-age children of all skill levels. Jeff Tarras, the local representative for the north central Wisconsin chapter of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, or FCA, said the ...