Four years worth of filming across the South-West of England came together for a project that was conceived from nothing more than a joke between two friends who were, at the time, taking a break from filming a suicide-no-hander clip at the bottom of a four stair. “We might as well make a DvD at this rate,” one of them laughed, as he picked the ends of his worn grips. “We’ve stacked enough clips for one, I tell you that!” “Why don’t we then?” suggested the other.. “That's a mad idea, lad… What would we even call it?” “Um, I don’t know. The Taunton ‘something’, I guess.”
E-FISE video contest. Pro Men STREET Qualifying results. Top 8 to the finals. #1 PERAZA GARCIA Kevin (MEX) Qualified #2 DAN Kruk (USA) Qualified #3 COURAGE Adams (ESP) Qualified #4 KERLEY Chad (USA) Qualified #5 REYNOLDS Garrett (USA) Qualified #6 DEMARCUS Paul (USA) Qualified #7 KENNEDY Alex (FRA) Qualified #8 ALEX Leibrock (USA) Qualified #9 MIHALY Jan (GER) #10 SANTIAGO Laverde (COL) #11 JULA Raul (ROU) #12 ALTINTAS Bora (CYP) #13 CLOSSON Matt (USA) #14 STARK Reed (USA) #15 PERRIN Anthony (FRA) #16 COLIN Varanyak (USA) #17 CARROT Thomas (FRA)
BMX Freestyle Lives Up to Expectations of an Extravaganza at Pannonian Challenge. Jack Clark from Great Britain won gold medal, while Croatian star Marin Ranteš finished third after the fall in first run. What the world is currently experiencing as life upside-down is just regular-normal to Pannonian Challenge. In spite of the global pandemic, but in line with anti-epidemic measures, Pannonian threw yet another unforgettable BMX freestyle competition worthy of the superior Olympic Games. The loyal and irreplaceable Pannonian crowd dutifully substituted their spots at the skatepark stands//bleachers – always in high demand for the BMX spectacle –
Results BMX Park National Championships Czech Republic Men: 1 Tomás BERAN 2 Martin HABADA 3 Zdeněk PEŠEK 4 Michal HOVORKA 5 Kryštof ODEHNAL 6 Jan BROŽA 7 Tomáš ŠÁNEK 8 Daniel KNOTEK 9. Mikuláš ŘEHOŘÍK 10. David JANÁČ 11. Vojtěch CHUCHMA
The Helm Trails in Helmond-Noord have been around for over 15 years. Over the wintertime the locals put in the hard work to make sure when the sun starts popping up, the trails are good to go. As everywhere, maintaining a dirt spot is hard work. It sucks when people don't respect them or when the weather destroys the many hours of hard shoveling. In Helmond we recently had two serious rain storms. It practically destroyed the Flame Trails on the other side of town as the place is public and not covered with plastic. Of course we keep drainage in mind (we're Dutch, and used to a lot of rain and know how to build dykes) but when the town makes national news because people are using their canoe in the flooded streets, even the trails' drainage isn't sufficient.
When Tom v.d. Bogaard mentioned he was going to go to the Helm Trails for a session this afternoon we decided to cruise over. Still injured from a crash two weeks ago at the same trails, I left the riding to Philip this time. Next week I should be back in action. Asa, Daan Melis, Mike v.d. Kerkhof and Max Cleuren were also present and surprisingly the dirt spot was up and running. Lots of water had been removed the day before already and obviously their drainage system was better than the one of the Flame Trails. The middle line got sessioned heavily and even the tarps on the rollercoaster line were removed but that line had a few soft spots still.
Anyway always a pleasure to be at the Helm trails and you can imagine what it treat it is to see Tom