Jason Watts

Jason Watts

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Entertainment value at an all-time high. Jason Watts is our Australian firecracker and a favorite at the annual Van Doren Invitational in Huntington Beach, California. Jason grew up learning nearly every trick in the book at his local park, but he’s cherry-picked a few of his favorites, added the ability to blast ten feet out of pretty much any bowl, and thrown in a couple of odd nose manual combinations for good measure. Jason’s riding is highly entertaining and always capable of the podium, but if he sacks it, he’s also down to throw on a referee uniform and talk s—t for a laugh. Outside of the contest world, his high-level of riding works just as well in the streets or trails, and he’s put out insane video parts in both Vans’ Illustrated, and his more recent, Welcome to Cult section. When he’s not at an event, Jason chooses to spend most of his time putting miles on his converted van with the Fast And Loose crew, bringing good times and positivity to every session— and making it look stylish along the way.

Hometown: Brisbane, Australia
Currently Resides: Brisbane, Australia
Date of Birth: April 27, 1993
On Vans Since: 2016
Instagram: @WattzUp

Vans BMX Illustrated: Jason Watts Full Part | Illustrated | VANS

Jason Watts brings new meaning to style with his first full-part for Vans BMX by riding everything from bowls to street to trails and drains - you’ve never seen some of these moves before. From San Diego to LA, Las Vegas and Australia - Jason’s style bleeds through on anything you put in front of him with only a bag of candy and soda to keep his fire burning. "Heavy Blanket” by Ruby The Hatchet Tee Pee Records

Path to Pro Cup: Episode #1 Jason Watts | BMX Pro Cup | VANS

Australian BMX rider Jason Watts gives you a glimpse into his life as a traveling BMX bowl rider, following the Vans BMX Pro Cup around the globe. From bowls to beaches, Jason designs his life around fun and freestyle, and has found success on the Pro Tour as one of the most unique riders. "Jungle Cats (Drone Only)” by Mike Baiardi