Nigel Sylvester is an American professional BMX athlete. He is best known for his progressive bicycling skills as well as his digital content featuring his unique BMX stunts and adventures around the globe. His most notable film series is GO, which gives viewers a first hand POV of Nigel's riding, featuring some of the most recognizable locations and attractions in the world. Nigel is considered a generational talent; unlike traditional BMX athletes, he does not compete. He built his career through cinematic content and by leveraging his creative expression through the use of social media. In 2017, Forbes Magazine included Sylvester in the "30 Under 30" list in the sports category. In 2014, he became the first BMX athlete to be featured in the ESPN Body Issue. He was included alongside Venus Williams and Michael Phelps. As of February 2019, he has +1.2 Million social followers.
About Nigel Sylvester
Sponsored by big name companies like Nike and Gatorade, he is a popular professional BMX rider who has accumulated more than 330,000 dedicated followers on Instagram.
Nigel Sylvester Before Fame
Unlike most BMX riders, he grew up in the big city where he had to navigate and train on the smooth man-made terrain with very little by way of skate parks.
Achievement of Nigel Sylvester
He has a signature bike seat, appropriately termed the Nigel Seat, and he has developed signature watches with G-Shock.
Nigel Sylvester Family Life
Her mother, a Nottingham Forest fan, named him for former striker Nigel Clough.
Associations of Nigel Sylvester
He showcased his BMX talents alongside ASAP Ferg in the video "Nigel Sylvester X ASAP Ferg - "S.O.M.P" for G Shock.
Information related to Nigel Sylvester
- BMX riders
- American male cyclists