"I consider this video a recollection of souvenirs from 6 months of filming across Europe with the best people and I hope that you’ll enjoy the video as much as we enjoyed filming it. Thank you so much to everyone for providing me with a place to crash in every city I ended up going to. Thank you to everyone involved in this project. You know who you are, and I do too! Thank you Wethepeople, Eclat, Traffic, Le Comptoir Bike Shop, and DIY Clothing for keeping me rolling. Forever grateful!!" - Robin Bourhis
Robin Bourhis represents Wethepeople BMX and Eclat BMX via Traffic Distribution in France. He's also the first French rider ever to get a bike check on freedombmx.de. Congrats! The 24 year old is the owner of a very fresh looking whip, which you can check out on our site, and even came thru with a video for this bike check, which you can check out above. Merci beaucoup!
"This project isn’t just a regular video part for my local bike shop “Le Comptoir Bike Shop”, it has another aspect which I am really chuffed to tell you about. In February 2022, I will be taking part in a humanitarian rally-race called “The 4L Trophy” with a very good friend of mine, Katell. It is a yearly humanitarian rally onboard the mythical Renault 4L across France, Spain and Morocco that aims to provide children with a better educational system in Morocco.
Traffic BMX's Robin Bourhis just whipped together a new Wethepeople X eclat setup, based around the awesome Paradox frame and i'm sure you'll agree it looks mighty fine. He hit the tools in Le Comptoir bike shop and then proceeded to take it out for a test ride.
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!
It's always good to see riders getting creative off the bike as well, and that's exactly what Clement Carpentier has been up to with his clothing brand 'DIY'. Himself and Robin Bourhis got busy recently for this sick split section with things heating up in a big way towards the end. That last clip is no joke.
Not heard of Robin Bourhis yet? Get acquainted with WTP x Eclat's French fireball in this video that's been a long time coming. Between studying civil engineering at university and a busy videographer's schedule it took three years in total to come together. Thanks to the handy Interrail deal the guys managed to take in the sights of Rome, Trieste, Budapest, Ljubliana, Amsterdam, Paris and Athens. Robin certainly made the most of all the new territory, bagging himself some wild clips along the way.