The idea started with lets take 2 small ramps to the city centres to jump off multi storey car parks and bridges land on buildings and wall ride down them. We knew that what we were doing wasn't exactly legal so we decided to wear high vis jackets and hard hats and try our best to disguise ourselves as road workers so that people would leave us alone and It worked! The spots we found on Google earth were bigger than we anticipated and so we tried to build practice set ups to help get used to the gaps.
Some of riding BMX is skill. The rest is persistence and luck. Pro BMX rider Kriss Kyle pushes himself to keep trying a pair of innovative lines at his local warehouse BMX park until he gets them right. Experience the world of Red Bull like you have never seen it before. With the best action sports clips on the web and original series, prepare for your "stoke factor" to be at an all time high.
Matthias Dandois believes that the potential of flatland BMX is still largely untapped. To prove it, he draws on BMX park influences and attempts a new trick that has been in his head for nearly a year.
Insanely good riding by Drew Bezanson, Kriss Kyle, Jason Watts, Greg Illingworth, Ben Wallace, and Nick Bruce while out at Woodward West for the Mongoose video contest. You absolutely don't want to miss the riding featured in this!
Name: Twan van Gendt Number in Rio: 148 Country: The Netherlands Result: 5th in semi
How tough was the competition in your country to get a spot on the Olympic team for Rio? Twan van Gendt: Well it was pretty tough. Jelle and I where the first nominated but due a lot of injuries I almost missed out on the Olympics. Making the main at the World Championships saved and secured my spot for the Olympics