During the BMX Cologne contest weekend I caught up with Heresy rider, Sebastian Grubinger to talk about the history of the BMX Cologne. We discuss his first experiences there, his riding spot back in Vienna Austria being made smaller, his opinion on contest areas being a rolling rider, the Heresy brand, his prolific posting on instagram, the importance of the video part and a whole lot more. This was a great catch up with Sebastian, good times in Cologne once again!
Sessions at the infamous LVR riding spot are a big part of what makes the BMX Cologne event so special. Malte Orth met up with Gino Stuart and Wolfgang Sauter for a session, hit play to see what went down.
From the look of Michael’s Facebook it looks he is trying to ride every day of this year and document something from each day, whether it be a photo, a clip or an edit. Michael has always wanted to ride my bike and film the Dom cathedral in Koln, through his legs at the same time. Yesterday was that day, good fun!
Michael Steingraeber & Niklas Beyer teamed up with Woozy BMX on the streets of Cologne for this fun BMX Street x Flat Collab edit. Powered by Rollei and shot 100% on S-30. Equipment: Rollei Minicrane M1, Rollei Shark Slider S1, Rollei Wild Cat Stabilizer.