Check out Kevin Peraza, Anthony Jeanjean, Mike Varga and the rest of the crew warming up for Ultimate X in Cape Town with an epic sun-downer session at the Hellsend Dirt Compound. Thanks to Monster Energy for the sick day!
Volodymyr Panasenko hails from Kiev, Ukraine and rides for Subrosa with the help of Big Toys. He's had a difficult year dealing with the turmoil happening in his home country right now.
Name: King Alejandro Solomon
Hometown: General Santos City, Philippines
Hook-ups/Sponsors: Enemy Components, BMX Cycle Center, Hazy Eyes, Nick Automatic
The FAT Favorites list:
-Spot to ride: All, as long as it's rideable.
-BMX video: Odyssey Electronical, Cinema BMX, Etnies Chapters
BMX-fans konden zaterdag 25 maart hun hart weer ophalen op de Sugar Hills Trails aan de Valkendijk in Aarle-Rixtel. Sinds 1990 vindt hier jaarlijks de opening van het buitenseizoen plaats; de BMX Mini Fatjam.
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Op zaterdag 25 maart barste het BMX-geweld weer los op de hoek van de Buizerdstraat/Valkendijk in Aarle-Rixtel. BMX-fans konden hun hart weer ophalen op de Sugar Hills Trails. Sinds 1990 is hier jaarlijks de opening van het buitenseizoen.
Back last Xmas time, our dude Trent Lutzke got down to the Mega Ditch in Austin TX for a sesh and BBQ with Brett Silva, Julian Arteaga, Logan Penberg, Jamie Cooper-Ellis, an injured Grant Yoobie and a whole lotta pups. Needless to say, after some Xmas themed hot dogs, stunts were stunted.
The Sugar Hills trails in Aarle-Rixtel have hosted the Mini FATJAM since 1990. The little brother of the FATJAM opens the outdoor season officially. We've had great weather at the end of March multiple times but the 2023 edition had to be completed in the dry periods in the afternoon of 25 March. Luckily the trails can handle some rain. Drainage works as well as the black sand that absorbs the rain well. The jumps made of clay were scraped off a tiny bit which made them rideable within 15 minutes. Not that the little ones cared as they kept on riding also when water was falling out of the sky. If all this sounds dramatic, it wasn't. The EZ-UPs provided shelter and catching up took place in the few moments the rain took care of the dust.
While going through the pictures I noticed the essence of the Mini FATJAM. One photo shows Jari Roggeveen flipping the killer jump. 9-years old local Morris followed him towards the killer but did not dare to jump it. Next photo I see the two of them have a chat next to the KILLER. For the little ones getting to ride with the pros is awesome to see. The pros motivating the younger riders by giving pointers to progress is what makes BMX the best. With Morris being so young that Killer jump sure is intimidating. That ramp is taller than the kid himself and sends you to the moon. Next thing we see is for Morris to head to the Killer at full speed on his 18" bike. Full face on. Body protector strapped tight. With all his might Morris had followed Jari's advice and sent it big on the Killer. He managed to clear the gap and put a big smile on his face. Personal challenges are different for everyone and at the Sugar Hills
Tulsa, OK resident Justin Coble kills it! He's been collecting clips for this one over the past two years and it turned out great. Enjoy!