Digging Grit With Anthony Jeanjean. TSG gets down to the nitty gritty with French and European BMX Freestyle Park Champ and Olympic hopeful Anthony Jeanjean. Find out his admirable approach to life, contests, injury, the Olympics and his responsibilities to the next generation of riders on the up…
From what I have read competing at FISE Montpellier in 2019 was like a ‘completing the circle’ moment for you: Is this how it felt? Anthony Jeanjean: It was a very intense moment for me because I discovered BMX freestyle at FISE de Montpellier 10 years ago and my first competition was at FISE de Montpellier; so finding myself in the BMX Park Pro final 10 years later was incredible for me.
“This was originally meant to be a full video part with Cologne’s sketchiest young talent Luc Flosbach, however Luc went down hard and broke his ACL halfway through filming (fakie crook clip). We wanted to get the video out there so the crew all stepped in stacked some clips and got this part finished over Winter. Look out for a full part from Luc and from the rest of the boys this year.” - Dave Paterson
Sur la route du ski, les frérots Robin Bourhis et Ryoma Quenot ont eu la bonne idée de faire un stop sur Marseille. Un trip court mais efficace, avec l'aide des potes Matthieu Paillon et Valentin Cotot ainsi que les Dinlow en trip dans la zone également!
The man, the myth the legend Mike Vockenson has quietly been making waves in the Australian BMX scene for years, and that’s just how he likes it. Humble and calculated, Mike has made a long-lasting impression on many BMX riders and industry persons alike. Unlike most, Mikes approach to riding can go from zero to full blast very quickly. Mike sees spots differently and this is evident in his recent masterpiece Aeterna.