British BMX heavyweight Kieran Reilly has spun his way into the BMX history books landing the world’s first triple flair. To make it happen the crew built a custom roll-in and ramp at Asylum Skatepark in Nottinghamshire, England, where Kieran spent days on end attempting the trick, taking heavy hits one after another. The learning curve was steep, painful & at the end, breathtakingly successful.
Fact 1: @Matthias Dandois is a BMX flatland wizard. Fact 2: When it comes to BMX Paris, is considered one of the planet's hotspots. Combine those two facts together and it becomes completely obvious why the Tillmann Brothers decided to travel to the French capital during the filming of The Old World film project some two summers ago. This is video is a sneak peak behind the scenes of the BMX flatland masterclass Mr. Dandois prepared for the movie.
What happens behind the scenes of one of the biggest BMX videos of 2021? How much preparation goes into every single mind-boggling gap? How did Bas Keep cope with the mental challenges? Enjoy the full behind-the-scenes of 'More Walls' and find out yourself!
When it comes to Costa Rica, it is widely perceived as a tropical paradise with breathtaking nature, gorgeous beaches and world-class surf. If you ask Kenneth Tencio about it, he will confirm everything written above and add ”BMX destination” to it. A few months ago the Costa Rican local decided to go on a road trip from the Caribbean to the Pacific coast, finding as many cool spots on the way as he can along the way.
In a challenge of resourcefulness, top BMX riders traveled to cities around the world where they were given three days to film their best tricks, using public transit as their only means of getting around.