The journey continues! For our second Flybikes Journeys video, we sent Sem Kok from his home in the Netherlands to Sergio Layos' home in Madrid, Spain to spend a week exploring the endless spots, amazing parks and trails. Both of these guys bring a ton of style to everything they touch, making for an amazing watch! Enjoy!
Sergio Layos (ESP) secured his win a Pocket Wallride 180 out followed by Alessio Tonoli (CH) with an almost impossible transfer over one of the biggest gaps in the park and Jonas Lindemair (DE) with a 360 Whip to Invert.
Last weekend saw the first ever swiss stop of the Ride Further Tour at Europe’s biggest trend sport indoor park SKILLS PARK, and we couldn’t have asked for a better start into the season: amazing riding, a great crowd and awesome vibes! 20 pro riders were invited to the first event of the year in Switzerland to compete at two very different setups: a park and bowl contest.
The weekend started of with the park competition on Saturday with amazing runs by Zozo Kempf (HUN) with a 720 bar over the box, the Tall Order team with Tom Graves and Matt Harris (UK) who rode with tons of english steeze and Lotta Grüber (GER), the only female rider in the competition who showed off NacNacs, Tobogans and Tabletops.
First place went to Sergio Layos (ESP), who secured his win with a Pocket Wallride 180 out to halfcab followed by Alessio Tonoli (CH) with an almost impossible transfer over one of the biggest gaps in the park and Jonas Lindemair (DE) with a 360 Whip to Invert.
Celebrations continued well into the night at Kraftfeld Club before going into the bowl contest the next morning.The Bowl Battle was conducted in a knock-out format and it was Sergio Layos who came out on top one round after the other with unbelievably clean and stylish runs, lookdowns and a wallride transfer, happily taking home the win on two consecutive days: “It was such a fun weekend! Thank you so much for everything!”
Built for his type of riding style, the brand new Sergio Layos signature Sierra line was built from the ground up with speed and style, classic looks, common sense features and the latest technologies for a cleaner look and a strong, reliable build. Sergio's signature Sierra line is designed to take on every transition and set of trails it comes across. Watch as Sergio shows you just what is possible!
Sergio Layos rides Flybikes Lunar rims! Rims, historically, are something that don’t really change too much, but with the never-ending evolution of BMX, and Flybikes being a brand to never sit still it was time to freshen up our very popular Classic rim with some much needed improvements. Besides the strength and obvious design features of the Classic rim, the new Lunar rim includes a greater spoke offset for increased stability and refined adjustability, an overall taller shape, deeper rim bed for easier tire installation, thicker sidewall thickness for dent resistance, a rim lip that helps avoid pinch-flats, all rounded out with a perfect 34mm. width. The Lunar rim has it all!
Vans BMX Pro Cup Series top seeds lead way to Spain after Spanish Pro Sergio Layos secures his first victory at the Australia Global Qualifier. Dennis Enarson, Kevin Peraza, Gary Young, Larry Edgar and more battle it out for the cup and bragging rights. Who will take it?
Following a lively series kick-off in Sydney Australia, the Vans BMX Pro Cup Series announces the top pre-qualified seeds of the series thus far, as the tour advances to Spain, May 5-7 for the second qualifier event of the season. The most talented BMX riders will venture to the southern coast of Malaga to compete at the internationally renowned El Skatepark Malaga, a bmx rider’s dream terrain, featuring dynamic opportunities for speed and flow.
Spanish pro Sergio Layos leads the pack, winning the series’ first global qualifier event in Sydney, Australia last month, to set the tone for competition at his hometown proving grounds.
“Making it to the top of the podium at an event that I respect so much made me the happiest human on earth,” said Layos. “Going to Malaga for the next event and getting to ride with all my friends is going to be truly amazing.”
Top 18 from Vans BMX Pro Cup Sydney Global Qualifier, advancing to Spain: Sergio Layos ESP Tyler Fernengel USA Ryan Nyquist USA Jason Watts AUS Dennis Enarson USA
Speed, height, power and originality were in full force today, as the inaugural Vans BMX Pro Cup Series Global Qualifier re-commenced an intense BMX competition in Manly Beach, Australia despite severe weather delays. Beginning with a field of over 30 competitors, Spain’s Sergio Layos seizes the Vans BMX Pro Cup Sydney title, winning first place for executing flawless trick combinations and colossal airs with lightning speed throughout the custom-spec park terrain course. Not far behind him, contest warrior and BMX icon Dennis Enarson placed 2nd, delivering his signature performance, blasting through runs with effortless style and explosive lines. In a well-deserved 3rd place, Larry Edgar surprised all with his fearless momentum, consistency, and creativity, also earning him the LUX Best Trick award for his tuck no-hander to table hip transfer, over the spine.
VANS BMX Pro Cup Australia. Final results: 1st - Sergio Layos 2nd - Dennis Enarson 3rd - Larry Edgar 4th - Corey Walsh 5th - Kevin Peraza 6th - Gary Young (tie) 6th - Ryan Nyquist (tie) 8th - Jason Watts