The Dew dirt champ is going to the Metro Jam to show what he's got on the street/park course. Read on what he thinks about going to Singapore and check what parts he's got on his Hoffman Loyalty that he will bring with him on the plane.
How many Metro Jams have you visited prior to the Singapore one? Anthony Napolitan: The past 2 in Toronto.
What are you expecting of the trip? Anthony Napolitan: Definitely a good time, I've never been to Singapore, so it should be a culture shock.
Being in a different part of the world together with fellow riders does that automatically mean good times?
Gary Young always does well at the Metro jams. It's the courses that somehow suit his riding. He finds lines that others don't and won't quit until he has pulled that last icepick(grind) that he had in mind. What does Gary think of the Metro Singapore course and what bike is he bringing?
How many Metro Jams have you visited prior to the Singapore one?
In three weeks FATBMX will be in Singapore for the Metro jam. We're stoked on this opportunity and checked in with a few pros who are going to make the trip as well. First rider up is Clint Millar from Australia. Read on to see what he says. There's a bike check on Clint's wethepeople as well.
How many Metro Jams have you visited prior to the Singapore one? Clint: I have been to two before, both in Vancouver. Both have been awesome experiences.
Name: Mike Aitken Age: 24 Hometown: Salt Lake City, Utah
Have priorities changed now that you have become a dad? Mike: A little, I still ride just as much I just look forward to coming home and seeing what new thing Owen has learned. I see it as a positive affect on my life.
Is the baby stylin' through the house yet? Mike: If by stylin' you mean ripping it apart, I couldn't be more proud of the way he breaks shit.
Name: Corey Martinez Age: 24 in April...Getting up there! Hometown: Decatur, Alabama
You have been riding for a British bike company for a few years. Federal first, now United. How does it feel being from the USA and riding for an English company? Corey: Being apart of an English company is pretty sweet!
Do you feel you get to travel internationally more often because of it?
Have you entered a Red Bull Circle of Balance competition before? Raphael Chiquet: No, first time.
Do you think it's right that the event is taking place in Japan this time? Raphael Chiquet: Yes, I think this event has to take place there.
Do you believe that Japan is the country where flatland is most popular? Raphael Chiquet: For sure, I think you can find riders everywhere in the country. That's amazing. Do you have an idea why? Raphael Chiquet: I think the Japanese way of thinking is appropriate for flatland: originality, technicality, underground.