Missed this great highlights edit by Martin over at Global Flat from the recent BMX Cologne contest. So much good riding in this one from the likes of Matthias Dandois, Alex Jumelin, Jean William Prevost, Thomas Noyer, Dominik Nekolny, Kevin Nikulski, Dustyn Alt and more.
BMX Cologne went off yesterday, Congratulations to Dominik Nekolny who took the win, you can check out his run and lookout for the last trick! Matthias Dandois jamming to Linkin’ Park lit up the crowd (his run is blocked world wide on YT, Kevin & Els did a lil’ mix over his run to get it published!) Matthias took second and the 2017 World Circuit title, and Masato Ito brought his powerful style and delivered a solid run to take the third place spot, you watch the runs right here! More runs and content to follow throughout the week, for no enjoy the top 3. Good times here in Cologne, meeting the flatland family once again, stay tuned for updates.
Video credit: Matti Hemmings.
Watch the top 3 from the 2017 iBMXff World Championships, Matthias Dandois and Alex Jumelin both threw down flawless runs in the Somerset sunshine at the Nass Festival, followed in third by Dominik Nekolny! Congratulations once again to Matthias, Alex and Dom, really good weekend!
Congratulations to Matthias Dandois who yesterday held on to the defence of his 2016 World title with a win at the 2017 iBMXff World Championships at the NASS festival. Matthias took the world title with another flawless run, followed by Alex Jumelin who also rode flawless, and rounding out the podium, Dominik Nekolny. I have the top 4 runs, so I will post those up shortly, beginning with Matthias’ winning ride.
1- Matthias Dandois
2- Alex Jumelin
3- Dominik Nekolny
4- Dustyn Alt
5- Raphael Chiquet
6- Kevin Nikulski
7- Andrew Hale
8- Alberto Moya
9- Fabien Stephan
10- Lee Musselwhite
11- James White
12- Keegan Alves
13- Dan Hennig
14- Jamie Jay-Dog Fairbrother
The sunshine came out for finals day, and boy was it a scorcher here at the Ruhr Games, in Dortmund, Germany. Pro finals was scheduled for 2pm and the finalists cooked up a treat for us all and the awesome German crowd that was packed out for the finals.
Darcry 66 just posted this nice highlights edit from the Bike Days contest a few weeks back. Featuring the likes of Matthias Dandois, Dustyn Alt, Alex Jumelin, Bo Wade, Etienne Giraud, Masato Ito, Bert Ribul, Dominik Nekolny, Thomas Noyer, Davis Dudelis, Jean William Prevost, Joris Bretagnolles, and many more.
Plenty to look forward to here in the UK for 2017! Peep this slick short teaser Matti Hemmings helped put together from Round 2 featuring winner Dominik Nekolny, James White, Phil Dolan, Andy Hale, Francisco Pekeno, Dino Jeffers and more.
Just over an hour and a half of raw contest footage from the Pro Class at the AFA Round 1. You can watch Jean William Prevost’s flawless winning ride on the second video at the 15:25 mark, incredible. So much good riding went down, when you have spare time it is one to watch for sure!
If you missed the livestream from the AFA Round 1 contest in Detriot, Michigan. Fear not, you can catch it right here, thanks to Mark Mundt for the heads up. You can see Jean William Prevost’s wild new spinning undertaker line at around the 9:46 mark, plus of course a ton more great riding.
Steven Lapsley just came through with this amazing Top 3 Pro Highlights edit from the annual Maple Vibes contest in Toronto, Canada this past weekend. Featuring Dominik Nekolny, Jean William Prevost, and Takahiro Ikeda, this is well worth stopping what you are doing and watching this one!