It's nice that in BMX everyone can choose whatever they want to ride. Andrew Lazaruk is one of those pool hunters. It's what fancies him. The search, the journey, the first encounter with the pool, the draining and the riding. It's a challenge each time to get the hang of it and to ditch security. That thrill never dies for Andrew. He currently is in Chicago, so anybody out there who knows of a secret riding spot, hit up this man. See what Andrew has been up to in his Last Call....Q&A.
Last package you received from a sponsor? Andrew Lazaruk: It was from United. A bunch of their new summer clothes, stuff came out sick!
If BMX had 100 riders like Matthias Dandois, the popularity of BMX would rise to a bigger level. Matthias' spirit, drive and enthusiasm is unheard of. He gets the attention he deserves but also takes the opportunities that are needed to get in the picture. Sometimes it might be out of the comfort zone, but for Matthias it lead to acting in a movie and getting the cover of GQ magazine. It is hard to keep up with Matthias and we're stoked he found some time to get back to us to answer some questions. Last contest you entered: Chimera Games in Japan end of February 2020
Alberto Moya has the balance of a ballerina but on a bike. The way he manages to perform a trick on such slow speed is incredible and makes many flatland riders jealous. Where others spin fast, Alberto moves slow which is the creative style the Spaniard brings to the floor. It puts the crowd into a trance. Learn more about Alberto below.
Last contest you entered: Masters of Quarentine. It was this contest with the BMX home-trainer. It was so fun...
Last contest you won: ...and I ended up winning :)
Name: Stephan Götz Age: 29 Hometown: Regensburg, Germany
The FAT favorite list:
-Spot to ride: Street / Park -Web video: Stephan Götz Bmx on YouTube -Food: Pancakes, Burger, Pizza -Person on Instagram: @goetzbmx -Travel destination: I like to travel everywhere, but best with good People, Spot’s and Sun. -Car: That was once, maybe again. Currently bicycle
-BMX contest: A lot in the Past, less today -Bike shop: @Kunstformbmx -Phone: IPhone (7) -Music: Mostly German or US HipHop. -Ramp rider: Dennis Enarson, Alex Hiam, .. -Street rider: Dennis Enarson, ..
What can we say about Tom van den Bogaard that hasn't already been said? He's our local hero representing Aarle-Rixtel at BMX events all around the world. 2020 has been slow on events but Tom keeps himself busy. Tom likes to ride new spots and it's always a pleasure for the eye to see Tom rip it up. Here's his Last Call... Q&A, to see what he has been up to lately.
Last package you received from a sponsor? Tom van den Bogaard: Last package was from Monster Energy with some new flavour and ice cofee.
Last time you went to the gym? Tom van den Bogaard: Can’t remember haha
Last advice you got from a good friend? Tom van den Bogaard: Just don’t case or land flat...
Last rider who taught you a trick? Tom van den Bogaard: Not sure haha
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