Ryan Nyquist Net Worth 2019

Who is Ryan Nyquist and what is his net worth 2019? A professional BMX rider Ryan Nyquist was born on March 6, 1979, in Los Gatos, California, the United States. At the age of 16, 1995, Ryan started his career as a BMX professional. In 1996, Ryan participated and competed in the X Games for the first time in his career. He has been very successful for more than 20 years in his professional.

In the year 2002, Ryan won X Games-Park Champion organized by ESPN Sports broadcasting. In 2003, he is titled with Triple Crown of BMX – Park Champion and also the BMX-Dirt Champion. In 2004, Ryan won ESPY – Best Action Sports. In 2007, he was the champion of AST Dew Tour BMX Dirt Dew Cup. In 2009, Ryan won AST Dew Tour BMX Dirt Dew Cup Champion. In 2012, Ryan won Gold Medal from the Grand Palais BMX Contest – Red Bull Skyline. In 2013, a Bronze medal from X Games Foz do Iguaçu – BMX Dirt and in 2014, entitled as the Winner of Red Bull Dreamline. In 2016, he placed at No.9 at the Red Bull Joyride.

Ryan Nyquist Net Worth

In 2015, Ryan tried to transfer his skills from BMX to MTB (slopestyle mount biking) jumping scene. Ryan is sponsored by Haro and as a professional, he is determined to use “20.5″ Haro Lineage frame and fork with 990 brake mounts for his competitions. And for MTB, Ryan uses a Haro Steel Reserve 1.3. He is an ultimate in barspin variations. In 2016, Ryan and Haro BMX were marking their 20 years of collaboration.

Ryan spends his time in his hometown along with their family members at North California, Santa Cruz. Aged 37, Ryan decided to take a break from contests and enjoy with his wife Ali and three sons and resides with them. But he began to compete again in few contests by 2016.

Education: There were no relevant sources about his education. As a BMX professional, he started his career at very early age 16.

Net Worth of Ryan Nyquist

Ryan Nyquist Total net worth is $1 million. He has won numerous gold medals as a pro BMX rider.

He is the owner of private parks, few bungalows in the region of California. His main sources of income were BMX games, MTB games, sponsorship from Haro bikes, the Rock star energy drinks and Osiris shoe brands. He competed in Dew tour, Red bull, Dreamline, X games, and Crankworx and raised his income.

In 2013, Ryan decided to sell his private parks in the Greenville scene. The two private parks build for BMX training purpose, but Ryan packed all his stuff to North California several years ago and unable to maintain his private parks in Greenville. It is listed for $700k either for lease or sale. He lives in his own large residency at Santa Cruz of North California. BMX rider’s mother and younger brother live in a beautiful place better call it as a palace in California. The map view of the house is astonishing with a beautiful landscape, terrace, swimming pool, large play area and more excellent features.

Ryan is sponsored by Haro Bikes. Ryan used Haro bikes for all his competitions from BMX to MTB. Ryan is also sponsored by the Rock star Energy Drink, Osiris Shoes, and The Jiffy Market of Los Gatos. In 2006, to raise the charity fund Ryan performed in Cirque Rocks held in New Zealand.

A pro BMX and MTB professional are very hard to defeat. He is determined, skillful, talented, and a hard worker. In total, he is an able person in his field and a king maker. He awards and endorsements were uncountable. He is dominant for more than 20 years and even now along with the young entrants. He still carries forward and hopes for more championship in his life.