This week Model/Dancer Dixie Miranda showed her support for Ultimate Streetwear BMX, a sports team in Las Vegas, Nevada. The group, headed by Tim Eastep, helps keep kids in school and gives them training to become a professional BMX rider in the future (Pictured: Dixie Miranda with members of Ultimate Streetwear BMX).
“My business is for BMX kids,” said Tim Eastep. “I’ve been doing this for years and currently help about 75-100 kids here in Vegas. I try to raise money to buy uniforms for the kids that need them and I also buy bikes and parts when it’s necessary. One big part of this is also the kids that have a real chance to make to the national races. Last year I raised $8,500 to pay for this and I used $15,000 of my own money. My goal is to keep kids in school and teach them life. I could go on and on about these kids because it’s my passion.”
Model/Dancer Dixie Miranda added, “Ultimate Streetwear BMX is sponsored by several companies and Tim Eastep helps hundreds of children here and in other states by buying them jerseys, helmet and bicycles. These events keep kids off the streets trains them for professional competition.”
Tim Eastep also has groups in Virginia, Maryland, Texas, California and northern Nevada.
- For more information, Contact Ultimate Streetwear BMX on Facebook.
Dixie Miranda is a Fashion & Swimsuit Model, a Fitness Enthusiast and an Elegant Business-Minded Woman. She recently appeared in the new Adelitas Way video “Notorious” and has walked numerous Celebrity Red Carpets at shows and events in Las Vegas. Dixie is also a featured model of Sonkei Blue in L.A. She’ll be appearing at the Glittering Lights grand opening on Nov. 9 to support Speedway Children’s Charities.
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