-Spot to ride: Liepājas piejūras skeitparks -BMX video: Logan Martin and Kyle Baldock training for Olympics -Website: Instagram -Web video: Logan Martin 2012 Web edit -Food: Pasta with cheese -Twitter to follow: I don’t use Twitter -Person on Instagram: David Goggins
Name: Tyler Horness Age: 26 on April 5th Hometown: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Hook-ups/Sponsors: Houseofwheels indoor skatepark, Hazel eyewear, Jonessoda, and Killemallbmx because they hook me up with deals!
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-Spot to ride: House of Wheels -BMX video: federal BMX Mark Love -Web video: Anything from Cory Walsh -Food: Pizza
Name: Nacho Bocskor Age: 22 Hometown: Montevideo, Uruguay Hook-ups/Sponsors: Casabmx, Nesta sunglasses, Open Phoenix
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-Spot to ride: Any spot from the Ciudad Vieja, is a neighborhood of my city -BMX video: Federal Bikes FTS Dan Lacey -Food: Lasagña -Person on Instagram: @matt1ray -Travel destination: España BCN -Riders to ride with: ParafaTeam
Name: David Roland Freimuth Hometown: Appleton, Wisconsin Occupation: I own a small business with underground sprinkler systems, irrigation for lawns, gardens, sports fields, etc...
You were part of the BMX freestyle scene for a long time. From when to when did you travel the most? Dave Freimuth: Standard Byke Company sent me, Chad Degroot, and KRT Schmidt to Germany in 1996, (first international trip of my life!) after that it was pretty much full on till about 2008.
How much help did you get from your sponsors to travel from contest to contest? Dave Freimuth: I got ALL the help from my sponsors! Etnies, MacNeil, UGP, Standard, DK, Huffy, and Colony sent me on some of the most amazing trips of my life! To this day I still feel so blessed to have had their support.
You were one of the few that always had a camera handy, and not only at the contest, but also at night. How much footage have you got on tapes? Dave Freimuth: Video, I can't really say, we picked the tapes over pretty well for Baco videos and such...
TSG are proud to announce their latest addition to their bike team, 21-year-old French freestyle BMX prodigy Anthony Jeanjean. Jeanjean’s love affair with BMX began at FISE Montpellier, aged 10. From that day on his line through life’s rhythm section was set – he was going to be a pro BMXer: “I knew that was what I wanted to do with my life,” says Jeanjean. “For me it was a goal and also a clear choice, I knew that was what I wanted to do with my life”
Jeanjean now joins TSG’s star-studded pro team: “We are so pleased to welcome Anthony Jeanjean into the Ride TSG family,” says CEO Ruedi Herger. “Not only is he an outstandingly skilful rider and competitor but he is also an incredible role model for BMX riders, present and future.”
Anthony’s BMX career is in full swing
Jeanjean burgeoning stash of trophies includes the first ever European freestyle BMX Championship crown; French BMX freestyle gold; and in 2019, after coming back from serious injury, his career came full circle with a win at the FISE Montpellier. “It was a very intense moment for me,” says Jeanjean. “Because I discovered BMX freestyle at FISE de Montpellier 10 years ago and my first competition was at FISE de Montpellier.”