Name: Sebastian Cuellar Giraldo Age: 21 years old Hometown: Palmira - Valle del Cauca (Colombia)
The FAT FAVs list:
Place to ride: To ride my bike I have no favorites in the place where I can roll my BMX is Perfect for me. Food: Salads Travel destination: I have not done it yet but I really want to be able to travel to the United States Cars: My favorites will always be the classics Movie: I don't have a favorite Color: White Shoes: Vans Bike Company: Kink
Name: Kaspars.P Age: 27 Hometown: Peterborough, United Kingdom. I originally come from Latvia, moved to UK 8 years ago. Sponsors: Demolition UK, Collective, Emtrexgarms
The FAT FAVs list:
Fav spot to ride: It must be Fletton quays in Peterborough the famous 8-set I nose manualed up. Bmx video: All Dennis Enarson's videos Website: I can’t tell u that Food: Italian BMT with some chipotle sauce Person on ig: Hard one, Joe Rogan? Travel destination: Japan Riders to ride with: All the local boys I’ve been riding with since day one (Maa, Valentino, Matt,Tony ……………….) Car: BMW e30 Movie: Gladiator Colour: White / Black Shoes: Any Vans shoes
Name: Emil Filmby Age: 34 Hometown: Örebro, Sweden Occupation: Documentary filmmaker
A BMX bike isn't made for long distance cycling trips. You are riding your BMX bike from Sweden to Spain starting on Saturday. How was this idea born? Emil Filmby: Well basically I’ve had this idea for a long time, riding from my hometown Örebro, Sweden
-Spot to ride: Bank to wall or sub -BMX video: animal late 2000s -Web video: Federal Paris -Food: English breakfast -Person on Instagram: veganfeminist -Travel destination: Taiwan -Riders to ride with: Likeminded degenerates -Car: Mercedes G63 -Movie: Apocalypto -Colour: Green
Right before the Red Bull Featured pilot started, we caught up with Bas Keep about the competition concept he had been thinking about to change things up from what is currently out there. Welcome to Red Bull Featured, a BMX Freestyle (Park) event with different Rounds leading towards an overall winner at the end of the day where the limits are pushed. The idea is to bring new tricks and smiles on everyone’s faces, especially those of the riders. We put the Dictaphone on at The Mill at the DYFI park in Wales and here’s what we ended up with to explain the competition some more.
FATBMX: To start this off, why here? How did you find this place? Bas Keep: Haha, the idea is to test the event, and we have a good relationship with The Atherton’s, so we were able to test the event in their barn instead of testing it in front of a large crowd.
FATBMX: It’s an amazing place. Bas Keep: I love this place. They own the mountain. Dan Atherton is the hardest working man in the world. He can’t stop building. They’re awesome people to be around with. It’s a good vibe this week with the Red Bull MTB DH summit taking place at the same time.
FATBMX: So we understand this Red Bull Featured ramp set-up will be packed up after the pilot, correct?
It’s all pedal to the metal in this episode! Monster Energy is proud to welcome freestyle BMX innovator and three-time X Games gold medalist Kevin Peraza on Episode 31 of the sports and pop culture podcast UNLEASHED with The Dingo and Danny. This latest one-hour episode featuring Peraza released today across Monster Energy’s social media channels. In the conversation recorded inside Monster Energy headquarters in Corona, California, the all-round BMX champion shares key milestones in his ongoing professional career.
“The biggest question is, how do you keep going after falling so hard? I think it's that line that you have to cross. When you realize, you want this despite those injuries, because you know they’re going to happen. I’ve had them before, and I’ve only come back stronger and more addicted to it. That’s what kept me riding for the past 20 years, it’s crazy!” said Peraza about his driving force on the new episode of UNLEASHED.
Fans can now tune in to Episode 31 of UNLEASHED featuring decorated BMX professional Peraza. Released today, the new podcast is streaming on all major platforms, including Spotify, iTunes, and YouTube.
Growing up as the son of a pro BMX racer, Peraza was raised with a passion for BMX in his blood. After making his mark on the amateur circuit in the late 2000s, Peraza turned pro as a teenager in 2010 and