In june 2017 I went to Florida to visit my friend Keandre Lindo & work on something with him. Sadly the 2 weeks I was there were the worst weeks of the year. It was raining most of the time, almost every single day. We still managed to film some clips but on the last few days, Keandre broke his foot. Back in France I did what I could with the footage but Keandre was not happy with his riding so we decided to not put the video out. More than a year later, I'm still proud of what we did, specialy with the weather we had, so here is the "FLORIDIAN STORMS" video!
Whenever Sergio Layos rolls up to a bowl, you know he's going to find some incredible lines! Here's a look at what he found while riding the Miranda park! Style for miles and a ton of speed in this first round of One Minute Run!
Monster Energy congratulates its newest athlete, Larry Edgar, on doing the unthinkable: repeating as the 2018 Vans BMX Pro Cup Series overall champion. Bursting onto the contest scene in 2015, Edgar has refined his unreal ability to blast transition to become one of the most revered riders on the deck. Edgar’s amazing talent on a bike, passion for competition, and all around winning attitude makes him a great addition to the Monster Energy family.
“To be a part of Monster Energy is surreal; I’ve wanted it for so long. Picking up that helmet and putting it on felt like Christmas morning,” said Edgar.
A true world series event, the Vans BMX Pro Cup has eight stops—four regional qualifiers and four
So once I hit 29k on Instagram, I felt like I should do something awesome as I got closer to 30k. I decided to start filming a edit and once I got close to 30k then I would drop the video. I probably worked on this video for about a month, filming all around Cincinnati and the surrounding areas we call Ohio. I put my heart into every trick in this video and I definitely tried to one up a bunch of variations I have did in the past. Filled with nbds and cool tricks from various street spots and parks, I give you, my 30k video! Enjoy!
We are returning to China for the final event of FISE World Series 2018 and we could not be more excited. It's all still to play for with a number of key battles taking place that will decide who will be the overall winners of FWS 2018. Plus, the added excitement of this event being the first UCI BMX Freestyle Park event that will count towards qualifying for the Olympic Games in Tokyo 2020. Chengdu is becoming a permanent feature on the FWS thanks to the city's amazing atmosphere and its resident’s passion for actions sports. This year we have a few new features for spectators to enjoy: