See the latest video capture technology deployed in the next episode of our Lined Up series with the French flatland legend. When it comes to BMX Flatland, there has never been a rider as capable, charismatic and as visionary as Matthias Dandois. The Parisian has been a one man revolution and now he's released yet another stellar video section in the third episode of the series Lined Up.
Kubo Bruch - Goodbye BRNOfornia. @cluutshow Slovakian representative Kubo Bruch spent five years in BRNO, Czech studying, but it wasn't all university - a lot of it was spent getting creative on his bike. He filmed this quickie before he left to go back home so we thought we'd upload for all to see. Nothing crazy but the kind of video that makes you want to go ride. Save travels Kubo!
Our boys made a Instagram Slam at this awesome Skatepark in Latvia, Riga during the Simple Summer Session 2018 Subscribe here for BMX Videos & more: https://bit.ly/2ICluyh Enjoy the video, your kunstform BMX Shop Team!
Well it doesn't get more steezy than this right here. Cult's Jaime Gonzalez has always been a favorite of ours to watch - the guy makes it look way too easy. In between work, swooping through Madrid with Gonzalo Caballero in control of the VX. FUCK. YES.
Name: Kai Sakakibara Racing number: 77 Hometown: Helensburgh, NSW Australia
Have things changed for you since 1 September, the day the Olympic qualifying period has started? Kai Sakakibara: Not at all. I’m always training and preparing for events to the best of my ability, so it’s been business as usual.
Are you looking for races where you can score more points? Kai Sakakibara: Not necessarily, but as the Olympics draw nearer I may start to prioritise my events schedule, i.e. possibly skip smaller events and focus on the major competitions.
Has peaking after 1 September been something you aimed for? Kai Sakakibara: I believe that I’m still developing as a rider, and learning at every event that I compete in. Of course I want to race well now and need to race well to qualify the country, but I want to bring my peak in July 2020. Everything until then will be building towards that.
How badly do you want to go to Tokyo for the Olympic Games in 2020? Kai Sakakibara: Being half Japanese and having represented Japan while living in Tokyo as a kid, the