It's no secret that Felix Prangenberg is one of the top street riders out there right now, but apart from his incredible abilities on a bike you might not be too clued up with what makes the young German tick.
It's hard to find a more motivated rider than Jean-William Prevost. Flatland riders in general are the ones putting in the most time on their bike. Riding has become their religion and the urge to go to church (their flatland spot) is there constantly. The creative mind is used to come up with tricks that have never been done before that fits their style. Dub is a master in it. Last call for Dub right here......
Last flight you took? Jean-William Prevost:I went to Florida and came right back around mid-March when things were getting out of whack.
Last nice dinner you had? Jean-William Prevost:Not so healthy.
Last flat tire you got? Jean-William Prevost:2 days ago popped a tubolito, rimstrip had shifted ://///
Last Netflix series you watched? Jean-William Prevost:Never ever watch series.
Last contest you entered? Jean-William Prevost:TORONTO INTL BIKE SHOW
Some riders can simply do it all. They're good at anything without trying, or at least it looks like it comes naturally to them. Dennis Enarson is one, but the Australian version is Boyd Hilder for certain. Park, Street, Bowls, and just let's throw Dirt in there for good measure, as we're sure he would shred on that terrain too. Check what Boyd has been up to lately by reading his Last Call.... list below.
Last car you bought? Boyd Hilder: 2000 Hiace 3 years ago for 3 grand. Still so stoked on it.
Our DIG Locals series is usually reserved for unsponsored riders, but Colombia's Santiago Laverde sent through this one from pre-covid time and a trip to France that himself and a bunch of friends from back home took. Nothing but good vibes.