Here are two short clips showing you an inside look at how the huge course for the Red Bull Skylines contest, that will go down today in Paris, France, was built. If you missed some practice clips from Kriss Kyle, Matthias Dandois, Ryan Taylor, Bas Keep and more, click here.
If you are curious how the course for the tomorrow’s Red Bull Skylines contest, that will go down in Paris, France, looks like in reality, Click on the Photo Above and check some clips from the practice, featuring Kriss Kyle, Matthias Dandois, Matty Lambert, Ryan Taylor, Dylan Stark and more. That jump box is freaking huge.
1. Dennis Enarson
2. Mark Mulville
3. Ryan Nyquist
1. Dominik Nekolny
2. Matthias Dandois
3. Terry Adams
1. TJ Perry
2. Todd Carter
3. Alex Johnson
Highest bunnyhop, with clearing 49 inches, went to last year’s winner Broc Raiford.
Guys over at The Diggest were partners of 2012 Vans Rebeljam, that we are lately talking almost all the time about it, and here is their “French” point of view of it. Mainly focused on the French riders, but others are also not missing. Featuring Maxime Charveron, Alex Valentino, Matthias Dandois, Kevin Kalkoff, Justin Fouque, Anthony Perrin, Jeremy Muller and many more.
The two crazy French guys, Maxime Charveron and Matthias Dandois, are back again with the sixth episode of Sosh Ride Sessions. Plenty of really good riding from both of the guys along with a few others. If you also like to watch cheerleaders than this edit is sure for you.
Guys over at The Diggest started a new series of web videos called “Line”, which looks like it will be a short clip featuring two riders, each pulling one line. To start thing off they filmed the first one with Maxime Charveron and Matthias Dandois. Didn’t expect that Matthias will drop from that roof.
The Diggest posted 43 exclusive photos from the third trip of Frenchys Meeting series where the visited where they hit Lyon, St Etienne, Bourg Les Valence and Fontaine. Riders that were on the trip were Maxime Charveron, Alex Valentino, Matthias Dandois, Adrien Lecomte, John Garcia, Ben Gea, Nicolas Badet and Julien Masse.
“For the third time since it began in 2002 the event took Flatland to it’s pinnacle with the ultimate displays of technical riding from the world’s top riders.
Jorge ‘Viki’ Gomez pulled off some epic riding to retain his title for the third competition in a row proving once again that he owns this discipline, but there was still some incredible talent to be seen from the other riders. Look out for some great riding from French boys Matthias Dandois and Jean-William Prevost and Japanese riders and team mates Yohei Uchino and Hiroya Morizaki.”– Red Bull