Congratulations to Matthias Dandois who qualified 1st at the Bike Days contest in Solothurn, Switzerland with another flawless performance. Did you know Matthias has not touched in a contest so far this year, that is incredible! Matthias was followed by Jean William Prevost and Masato Ito in the top three, followed by Dominik Nekolny, Francisco Lima from Brazil, Dustyn Alt, Chris Bohm, Minato Sato, Didier Genet, and Oleg Efimov. Live scoring this year at the Bike days. Finals tomorrow at 3pm.
Kevin & Els just dropped this nice compilation from the BMX Cologne contest this year featuring great riding from the likes of Dominik Nekolny, Jean William Prevost, Dez Maarsen, Masato Ito, Alex Jumelin, Kevin Nikulski, Thomas Noyer, and more…
I must sound like a broken record when it comes to these grassroots japanese jams, in fact I feel like it. There’s so much to love about the japanese scene tho, Masato Ito and friends enjoy the Yurukawa Jam. Enjoy this one!
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.
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.
Great edit from the Bike Days contest by Frank Lucas, featuring Alex Jumelin, Masato Ito, Matthias Dandois, Jean William Prevost, Thomas Noyer and a bunch of random clips in between for good measure. Good times in Solothurn, Switzerland!