If you don’t already know Trevor Meyer is not only of the most dominant contest riders of all time, he’s also one of the most skilled riders to ever do it. Stoked to see the Snakebite crew give Trevor some shine.
Here’s the word from Dub on Flat System 009, do you use a Far East free coaster? This episode is for you!
“It’s been a minute since the last episode, but better late than never so here we go again! So this episode of FLAT SYSTEM is more of a tech tip than a podcast or wtv these things are called!. Since many riders are now using the FEC Freecoaster hub as their engine of choice, especially in Flatland, it is my duty to make small tech tip videos on taking care of that engine! This one is about how to change your pawls and springs on the hub when you start having too much slippage! Let me know what you think, if this helps, or not and if you have any questions or suggestions on the next episode! You can find IGI and FEC parts information at www.igibmx.com, or on instagram at @igiflatbmx.”
For the latest episode, Francois Debroux sat down with Hector Garcia and Jerry Milborn, the organizers of the upcoming Jam Circle. A unique flatland event taking place in Houston next February. We discuss flatland of course but also what it takes to run such an event, the logistics, the partners, confirmed riders, what to expect in Houston and much more. Whether or not you plan on being in Texas for that weekend, you should listen to their contagious love for flatland.
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Francois Debroux catches up with Four Pegs Bmx owner, Attila Tóth for episode 28 of the Hang 5 Podcast. Hit the link below to tune in and listen to Attila talk about the flatland industry, growing up in Hungary, and much more…
Episode 27 of the hang 5 Podcast just dropped, over to Francois Debroux to let you know more….
“For this episode, I sat down with French young gun Anatole Rahain. One of the up and coming riders on the pro flatland scene. Anatole has been riding for 10 years, turned pro a couple of years back and has a few international podiums under his belt. A few months back he decided to be a full time rider and is supporting himself through shows and contests winnings. While mostly known as a contest rider, he is also active with the flatland association in his native region of Normandy promoting flatland and with the organization of the annual Astrolab contest. He is hungry, working hard at honing his skills and wants to take flatland to new heights. Here is his story.”
https://www.buzzsprout.com/1164767/11450798 – or your favourite streaming platform.
Episode 26 of the Hang 5 Podcast just dropped with Travis Collier, over to Francois Debroux and TC!
“For this episode, we travel to New York state where Vancouver native Travis Collier is now residing. Growing up in the Vancouver Flatland scene of the late 90’s, Travis went to make a big impact on the flatland world with his unique style. One of the, if not the first one to use the pumping technique during combos. A very creative mind, he also designed some flatland products still in use today. After a successful pro career, he went on to found a design agency. That eventually led him to relocate to New York and work with some famous liquor brands.
Here is his story.”
Episode 25 of the Hang 5 Podcast just dropped with Canadian flatland powerhouse, Jamie Mcintosh. One of the few riders on the global flatland scene that had quad decades pretty dialled, and so much more. Listening to this podcast now, and you should be too!
German Flatland powerhouse Frank Lukas, discusses his BMX roots, becoming a pro rider, starting Deep BMX with Matti Rose, becoming a UCI judge, life after pro, Family, getting a real job, the state of the sport, XGames, collecting midschool bikes, Flatbible and much more. Really enjoyed this episode with Low Cash.
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Episode 23 of the Hang 5 podcast just dropped featuring Lee Musselwhite from here in the UK. Really enjoyed this episode, where Lee discusses his riding roots in Torquay, the impact of attending the King of Concrete event and later on the Portimao Worlds in 1998, his sponsorship history, running Inertia, his riding philosophy, coaching under Martti Kuoppa and while lot more. There’s a lot covered and it’s certainly worth a listen!
I’m a little late to the party on this, as this dropped whilst I was super busy with the Year end FM awards. This episode it’s time for Brazilian shredder, Bruno Zebu! This is a good one, you do want to miss….
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