There is a quick interview up on the Eclat web site with one of their newest riders from Germany, through Traffic distribution, Sebastian Anton. Sebi is an up and coming name in the BMX scene, young ripper who is a proud member of the Eclat team. There are also some photos of the bike up on the site, that you might be interested in checking in.
I was a big fan of Brian Castillo back in the day and I still am, cause of his one of a kind style of riding and him bringing out what now became a big brand, Volume Bikes. Props dropped a rad interview with him that was featured in the Props Issue 32 and includes pretty much everything. Brian never liked competing, he likes eating candy and fast food. Find more above.
Eki Vainikka is one lucky Finish shredder, since he didn’t have any serious injuries yet and we all hope it stays like that (we also wish all the best to everyone out there, injuries are the worst), but he suck at telling jokes. Still, he is a very nice guy and T1 ramp is his favorite place he ever ridden. Find more about this kid after the jump.
A few months ago Soul BMX ran an interview with Mike Aitken in their magazine, made by Jeremy Pavia, and since it was in French and a lot of English speaking people around the world would also like to read it, Fit now translate it and threw it in a flipbook for your reading enjoyment. It pretty much is a must read.
As promised Animal Bikes dropped the What’s Good interview with Edwin De La Rosa, where you can get updates on what this guy have been up to, where he went over the winter time, the street jam and more.
The official premiere of the long awaited Deadline video will be happening tomorrow at the Vans skatepark, but in the mean time, make your way over to the Dig web site, to read an interview they did with the man himself, Garrett Reynolds. I know everyone is dying to see this video, but finally it is finished and it will blow away the world (I guess).