What's your best Simple Session memory? David Budko: Oh man. That’s a difficult one. A lot of crazy moments have gone down through the years. One of my favorite moments was when we were hanging out on the last floor of the hotel around 7am in the morning. My friend was going for a whip down the 5 stairs and right after he landed it he crashed into the wall with his head first leaving a vortex in the wall. I hope there are not going to be any more follow up interviews with you to find out how the situation ended! haha
Biggest crash you've ever seen on a BMX? David Budko: That’s a good question. A lot of people forget that sometimes it is not how much you can give, but how much sh*t
Name: Rasmus Paimre Hometown: Pärnu Sponsors: Pirate bmx, www.OnWheels.ee and Nike. Instagram: @rasmusonwheels
What's your best Simple Session memory? Rasmus Paimre: A few years ago I got the 'Best Estonian Rider' award. It was a really good riding day and I was so happy that I landed all tricks as I wanted. The prize was 500 euros and I
What's your best Simple Session memory? Kevin Fabregue: I've never been to Simple Session. This year is my first time attending the competition. I'm sure I'll make great memories over there, especially because I'm going with one of my best friends, Joel Bondu.
Biggest crash you've ever seen on a BMX? Kevin Fabregue: One of my friends tried a ninja drop on one of the sketchiest set ups. The video is on my youtube page, hilarious!
Have you ever eaten fastfood for a month straight? Kevin Fabregue: No. Maybe a week, but not a month!
Name: Ben Wallace Hometown: Leigh park. Currently living in Riverside, California Sponsors: Mongoose bikes, Monster Energy, Stay Strong and CTI knee braces Instagram: benwallacebmx
What's your best Simple Session memory? Ben Wallace: 2010 when I placed 3rd alongside Brett Banasiewicz in 2nd and Drew Bezanson 1st and it was also the first time I done a 360 lookback to down whip in competition and it was also the first time it was ever done so I was pretty stoked on that and it's a good memory to have and another one to go down in the history books.