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FISE in Montpellier is unlike any event with BMX that I’ve ever been to. The crowds are just so enormous and the love for BMX can really be felt. It’s an awesome experience from my “media person” perspective, and I can only imagine how hyped it makes the riders. Another thing about Montpellier that makes it so awesome are all the BMX events they feature, including Park, Spine, Street, Flatland, and they brought back Dirt—with classes for different skill levels for both men and women. They pack so many BMX events into four days that it’s almost impossible for one person to cover all of it (even just the Pro events), so this year Justin Benthien and I went at it together. The first two days were a little more mellow, so Justin handled most of the filming and I shoot photos. As the events started to pick up—and even overlap in some instances—I switched over to filming as well. In the end, I didn’t get a chance to shoot Park Finals, or any Street or Flatland, but here’s some of my favorite shots from Park practice/qualifying, Dirt best trick/finals, and Spine qualifying/finals.
WHAT IS OUR BMX?! In short, we are the Ride BMX staff out on our own. We’re building from the ground up and our goal is pretty simple. We want to continue what we love. We want to create great content, feature awesome riders, and contribute, push, and show why we love BMX. We sincerely appreciate any and all support… —Ryan Fudger, Jeff Zielinski, Adam Watkins, and Justin Benthien.
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Born and bred in the dirty streets of Jersey, the Looking For Spots crew excel in the art of finding spots and then putting them to proper use. After some down time, they're back on the DVD grind, and here's a little taste of what they're cookin' up.
Nothing super serious here, but during practice at Monster's recent Speed And Style event, I asked Ryan Nyquist and Anthony Napolitan to run a GoPro for a practice race just to show the concept of the event.
Earlier this week, the top women riders in BMX announced they won’t be attending summer X Games in Minneapolis. Their hopes of finally getting an actual competition at X Games 2019 for Women’s BMX Park with medals and prize money where met with an offer to do another demo. We followed up with Nina Buitrago and X Games...
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