When you make it to the finals, you gotta turn it up. And turn it up they did. The 12 riders in Street Finals at FISE went off! And shout out to Boyd Hilder, who dropped a flawless first run packed with a variety of tricks on every obstacle and took the win in his first street specific contest ever.

When you make it to the finals, you gotta turn it up. And turn it up they did. The 12 riders in Street Finals at FISE went off! And shout out to Boyd Hilder, who dropped a flawless first run packed with a variety of tricks on every obstacle and took the win in his first street specific contest ever.

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1 thought on “Street Finals Highlights – FISE Montpellier 2019

  1. great riding as usual, however I still see that almost none of the top street pros wear helmet or pads during competition!! I get that like skateboarding – wearing a helmet ‘its not the same’ – but here’s the problem – besides that it is obviously more dangerous than simply wearing a helmet, it just looks unprofessional – and, if I was a parent watching these guys live or on TV, I’d think, wtf would I want my kid to participate in this activity?! Also, think about how if someone hit their head badly not wearing a helmet and everyone in the crowd including young kids had to witness that… preventable and potentially traumatic for someone to witness that…

    Big name and factory pros (ahem.. DE) should think more about this and set a better example, if not for themselves then just for the betterment of the sport and to get more kids and their parents on board and with a bit more structure…. maybe then pro street would pay more than 2500e for 1st place for something with so much risk involved, and then people might want to participate more. Also, not sure why event organizers even allow this rule to be optional… pay these dudes more and enforce them to wear at least a basic pro-tec…

    Soo besides the insane tech, burliness and incredible precision of modern street riding (which is lost on 90% of people) pro BMXers really need to up the bar in terms of their image and presentation to the general public!! imo, sorry boyz

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