|Full name||Jay Lawrence McNeil Miron|
|Nickname||The Canadian Beast|
October 3, 1970 |
Thunder Bay, Canada
|Rider type||Flatland, Vert, Dirt, Street|
Jay Lawrence McNeil Miron (born March 10, 1970 in Thunder Bay, Ontario) is a retired Canadian BMX athlete and former owner of MacNeil Bikes. Miron has competed in several X-Games competition since 1995, compiling 9 medals, including the first ever X-Games gold medal for Bike Dirt. In addition, Miron is credited with inventing more than 30 tricks, including the double back flip. For a number of years, he was one of the only riders doing 540 Tailwhips. Miron left MacNeil Bikes in March 2010 and has since quit riding BMX.
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