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ERIK FIGAR MUTANTBIKES VIDEO BIKECHECK 2018. We made a new Mutantbikes BMX machine for Erik Figar for the 2018 season. His new BMX is fresh with brand new components and with some old parts (like hubs) which are still going good. BMX was built up in Junkride Freestyle Park Šurany showroom and then we hit quick filming session.
The BMX bike is built on a Mutantbikes TIZONA V2 frame, Corvo fork and new LRA2 9" handlebars. Bike is nice black with blue toplad stem, blue grips, hubs and new extra wide Caravella 28 teeth sprocket. Very unique are BIONIC cranks with interesting system.
Simple Session 2018: BMX Street & Park Highlights. Alle Jahre wieder werden auf der Simple Session in Estland am laufenden Band die heftigsten Banger rausgehauen. Das war auch 2018 nicht anders. Hier sind die Park- und Streethighlights aus der Saku Suurhall, featuring Garrett Reynolds, Larry Edgar, Bruno Hoffmann, Kevin Peraza, Simone Barraco und viele mehr.
Wethepeople PRO's Ed Zunda, Dillon Lloyd, Dan Kruk and Jordan Godwin took a quick shop stop into the Midwest. Thanks to QBP for making this happen and Albes, House of Bicycles, Lets Roast, Mud Slingers & Zion Cyclery for the hospitality.
Simple Session has always been a bit special for me personally. After doing a GT Air Show in Tartu, Estonia in 1999 where we inspired Risto and his buddies to start Simple Session, my first time back to the Baltic country was in 2004 for Simple Session number four. 15 years in a row I made it to Tallinn and the event keeps amazing me. It's the first big event of the 2018 calendar and brings people from all over to a country that we normally wouldn't visit, especially not in the wintertime. But that's also part of the beauty of the event. While in the Saku Suurhall, Vapiano or Hollywood, you don't sense it's freezing cold outside. The presence of BMX-ers and skateboarders in town makes Simple Session some sort of annual gathering where everyone catches up and prepares for the new season.
With 60 riders in Street and 44 in Park, this year's qualifying day was long. But when the good riding keeps coming there's no time to fall asleep. Bruno Hoffmann (Street) and Ryan Nyquist (Park) qualified in first. The top 12 in each discipline made it to the finals on Sunday. The actual course had one bigger street section with penty of rails that was used by most of the street riders. The surrounding transitions were used by park riders to go high, blast new tricks and to keep the speed up. In qualifying both park and street had a jam session in a group of 4 with each rider getting two 60 second runs on the course. Never a dull moment in each class with everyone pushing things to the limit for personal satisfaction or to impress the massive crowd in the Saku Suurhall.
Yumi Tsukuda’s unique approach to modern-day street riding first caught our eye via Instagram, earning the then 19-year-old a spot on our International Flow Team in March of 2017. In January of this year, he booked himself a ticket from Tokyo to Long Beach to meet the team and ride for a month. Yumi instantly vibed with the crew, and his style, creativity and motivation paired with his awesome attitude, led the team to a unanimous decision to put him on PRO before he went home to Japan.
Van Homan and Brian Kachinsky kicked off their "Uncovered BMX" AM series last month with extreme success! Here they explain in detail how this new contest series came to be, why it's an AM event, what their motivations are, and how this series will lead to one overall winner getting an all expenses paid trip to this year's Battle Of Hastings!