The man, the myth, the Mark.
Mark Webb rose to the top when we put eight BMX legends to the public vote. Breezing through the quarter and semi-finals, Mark championed over Dennis Enarson in a nail-biter of a final, becoming your ultimate BMX Hero with 52% majority.
Growing up in Portsmouth, the English-born and bred rider started just like we all do – on stabilisers – before going on to become one of the most influential riders to date. Technical and progressive, his bag of tricks is seemingly infinite as he continues to pull out innovative and daring stunts that set world first’s, including landing the first decade 360 in 2009.
He has graced international competitions with his presence – FISE Montpellier, X Games, BMX Masters and the Dew Tour to name a few – and has accumulated a vast collection of medals that precede him. Plagued by injuries that fail to stop him, the 33-year-old shows no signs of slowing down.
Accomplished and not done yet, Mark has carried his passion for wheels to further places, including online and to the driver’s seat. His ever popular “Webbie Show” gives fans a glance at Mark’s abilities as he throws tricks at his hometown Southsea Skatepark. In addition, Mark has put the pedal down and merged the world of petrol heads and BMX as he made a name for himself in drift racing. Not just a BMX hero, but an action sports inspiration, Mark Webb has paved a path for the sport that will not fade anytime soon.
A deserving Ultimate BMX Hero, you can follow Mark on Instagram.