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Watch FISE Hiroshima Live

The live schedule of the next round of the FISE in Hiroshima, Japan has been announced. The event is next weekend on April 20 and 21.

The flatland finals will be streaming live on Youtube on Sunday April 21: Local time Hiroshima 12:30 JST / Paris 05:30 CEST / New York 23:30 EDT J-1 

You can already find the player above and also set a reminder on Youtube. Enjoy the show!

Vienna Jam 2019 Highlights

About 30 riders came to Austria for the Vienna Jam. The weather was great and there were many spectators since the jam was part of a big Bicycle Festival in the city. Viki took the first place at the Best Trick contest. Congratulations!

Best Tricks
1st Viki Gomez
2nd Gilles Van De Sompel
3rd Gergely Szajer

The next Vienna Jam in 2020 is already planned for March 28 and 29.

Matthieu Bonnecuelle in Madrid

Thanks to Alberto Moya for dropping us this new edit of Matthieu Bonnecuelle. He visited Madrid last month and they filmed at different spots. It's a nice little edit, with an artistic touch - just like Matthieu. Enjoy!

Sebastian Grubinger - Purge Date

Sebastian cleaned up his computer harddrive and came across some unused clips which were too good to be deleted. Enjoy the 2018 out-take collection! For most of us those tricks would be a dream come true instead of leftovers ;-)

Alex Jumelin wins Battle of the Champions

Congratulations to Alex on his first place at the Battle of the Champions in Saudi Arabia! You can watch the replay of the finals here or click the names below to jump to their runs. As always the FISE crew did a great job with the video coverage.

Pro Results
1st Alex Jumelin
2nd Jean William Prevost
3rd Dez Maarsen
4th Poosa-Art Toon Pakphum
5th Masato Ito
6th Sietse van Berkel

Watch Battle of the Champions live

This weekend the first event of the Fise series takes place in Saudi Arabia. The contest is by invitation only and they are providing a live stream of the qualifications and finals:

- Qualification March 15 at 15:35 UTC+3
- Finals March 16 at 15:30 UTC+3

Fight The Winter 2019 Highlights

Thanks to Malte for organizing the annual Fight The Winter contest in Germany as well as sharing this fresh highlight edit of the 2019 edition. The whole setup looks really professional as always. Check it out and make sure to join the action next winter!

Canada: Dub wins Flatland Unlimited 2019 + Footage

Congratulations to Dub on his victory at the annual Flatland's Unlimited contest in Toronto. You can find all pro class runs in the video above. Thanks to Joey Kyllo for the footage.

1st Jean William Prevost
2nd Percy Marshall
3rd Bo Wade
4th Jean-Francois Boulianne
5th Jason Plourde
6th Omari Hachim Cito
7th Juan Niebles
8th Ryan Russel
9th Mannie Nogueira

Freestyle Now in Japan 2018 Movie

Shaun Jarvis documented his trip to Japan with the Freestyle Now crew in 2018. The full movie is 2h long but there is a lot of riding and impressions from Japan in it. Check Shaun‘s comment for a few more details:

„In October 2018 Freestyle now headed to Japan to attend the legendary Flatark contest. With flight all book the contest was cancelled a few weeks prior the date, so it was still all systems go to head to Japan and go on a riding holiday. Freestyle Now squad members Shaun Jarvis and Paul Chamberlain headed from both sides of Australia while Dez Maarsen travelled from his home in The Netherlands. Meeting them in Kobe was Freestyle Now recruits rider and Osaka resident Naotada Yamada. Shaun Jarvis documented the 10 day trip with making a video of each of the day’s activities and riding. It was an awesome time with so much riding going on almost every day. The video highlights the Spaceark jam that happened in Kobe which took place due to Flatark not happening, and the Freestyle Now jam that took place the day after at Nagai Park in Osaka. So much great riding. Also there are many riders from around the world who also were riding in Japan as well as so many of the Japanese bmx flatland riders. Give it a watch to see some amazing bmx flatland.“

Riders: Joel Schallhorn, Naoto Tamaru, Masato Ito, Dez Maarsen, Dan Hennig, Benjamin Hudson, Jorrit van Drumpt, Paul Chamberlain, Shaun Jarvis, Minato Sato and
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Matthias Dandois - Flatland At 10000 Feet

This is probably the first alpine flatland edit. Matthias and his video crew filmed at 10000 feet in freezing cold weather on a frozen flatland spot. If you watched the little teaser clip then you already  know that a lot of blood and tears went into this one (but probably no sweat).