Who Is BMX Rider Chelsea Wolfe? US Flag Drama And Everything To Know

Who is Chelsea Wolfe? She is a BMX rider who reportedly threatened to burn the US flag last year. Find out what she actually meant.

Looks like Tokyo Olympic 2020 full of drama. From COVID-19 pandemic backlash to the first trans athlete, there are many hot topics on the summer games this year. 

Recently, Team USA came under scrutiny for BMX rider Wolfe’s past comments on the country’s flag.  

Who Is Chelsea Wolfe? The Transgender BMX cyclist with Flag Drama

Chelsea Wolfe is a BMX rider. 

She recently qualified as an alternate to represent the USA in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. However, her past flag-burning drama has come back to haunt her career. 

Apparently, Chelsea threatened to burn the USA flag in Olympics last year. 

On March 25, 2020, the cyclist reportedly posted the statement, “My goal is to win the Olympics so that I can burn a US flag on the podium,” on her Facebook timeline. The post was attached along with an article on not-so-supportive Trump’s stance on trans athletes. 

Chelsea, who is transgender herself, has since deleted the post.

Nevertheless, she recently clarified that her post did not mean to hurt the country. She just wanted to stand against fascism. 

Chelsea Wolfe Wikipedia

Chelsea Wolfe doesn’t have a Wikipedia biography.

But, she is present on Instagram with over 7.9k followers. Likewise, you can follow her on IG as @chelseawolfebmx.

Chelsea has not disclosed her partner yet.

She is a beautiful girl with both fame and fortune. In the past, she did struggle with her crooked teeth. However, her smile and dental beauty seem fixed these days.  

How Old is She?

Chelsea Wolfe age is 28 years old.

She celebrates her birthday on May 5. Similarly, she was born and raised in Lake Part, Florida.

Wolfe started racing when she was just 6 years old. By her 20s, Chelsea was already competing at the state and national levels. 

In 2014, her breakthrough came at the Florida BMX park series. Now, she is looking forward to competing in the Olympics.

Nevertheless, she must maintain her Testestrone level below the given threshold to race in Tokyo.