Nic Long
  • Discipline: BMX
  • Date of birth: 10/6/1989
  • Height: 6'2
  • Weight: 190 lbs
  • Education: Grossmont Community College and Cuyamaca Community College
  • Birthplace: San Diego, CA
  • Hometown: Lakeside, CA
  • Residence: Lakeside, CA
  • Team/Sponsors: Haro Bikes/ Dans Comp/ Idol Hand Gloves

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Points of Interest/Personal

  • Nic started riding BMX bikes through his father, Donavon, who is one of the most successful Team Managers in the sport of BMX with more than 10 National No.1 team titles to his name. Nic has always been a consistent member of the winning teams run by his father.
  • Nic won his first UCI Supercross World Cup race in 2008 in Salt Lake City at 18.
  • Before turning pro, Nic won back-to-back National No.1 Amateur Championships in the ABA in 2007 and 2008.
  • Giving back is an important part of Nic’s life off the bike. He organized his third Homeless Handout in San Diego in early 2014, providing food, blankets and more to people in need.

Olympic/World Championship Results

  • 2016 UCI BMX World Championships, Medellin, Colombia — 3rd Supercross
  • 2015 UCI BMX World Championships, Heusden-Zolder, Belgium — 57th Supercross
  • 2014 UCI BMX World Championships, Rotterdam, Netherlands — 10th Supercross
  • 2013 UCI BMX World Championships, Auckland, New Zealand — 29th Supercross; 14th Time Trial
  • 2012 Olympic Games, London — Did not advance past quarterfinals
  • 2012 UCI BMX World Championships, Birmingham, U.K. — 9th Supercross; 9th Time Trial
  • 2011 UCI BMX World Championships, Copenhagen, Denmark — 15th Supercross; 9th Time Trial
  • 2009 UCI BMX World Championships, Adelaide, Australia — 5th Supercross
  • 2007 UCI Junior BMX World Championships, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada — 5th Supercross​ 
Career Highlights
Three-time Elite Supercross National Champion (2015, 2013, 2010)

3rd — 2016 USA Cycling Elite Men’s BMX National Championships, Supercross
2nd — 2015 UCI BMX World Cup, Manchester, England,  Supercross
2nd — 2014 UCI BMX World Cup, Chula Vista, Calif., Supercross
2nd — 2012 USA Cycling Elite Men’s BMX National Championships, Supercross
3rd — 2011 UCI BMX World Cup, London, England — Supercross
2nd — 2011 Pan American Games, Guadalajara, Mexico
1st — 2010 UCI BMX World Cup, Chula Vista, Calif. — Supercross
1st — 2008 UCI BMX World Cup, Salt Lake City, Utah — Supercross
1st — 2007 USA Cycling Junior BMX National Championships, Supercross