In addition to this local support, T-Mobile is also going to join the rebeljam in Berlin (August, 11th-13th), one of the most popular contests Europe-wide, as a partner. At that Andy Zeiss, organizer: “Having T-Mobile with us makes us very happy and completes the line of rebeljam partners perfectly. The rebeljam is one of the most popular international BMX contests and T-Mobile is going to integrate on location by expedient arrangements.” So all invited drivers, among others Gary Young, Ryan Nyquist, Luke Parslow, Ryan Guettler and Tobias Wicke are going to come into a wireless support by T-Mobile. The cellular phone network equips the whole contest area with W-LAN and provides four surf stations for direct internet access.
However there is also going to be a highlight for the stayed in BMX fans: On both contest days there is going to be a video short cut of the respective day’s incidents, which can be watched in the evening on the rebeljam website (www.rebeljam.com).
For more than 20 years there has been BMX sport going on in Germany. Its mean-ing increased enormously, especially during the last two years. In the meantime the extreme sport has established and is being hold in high esteem by other athletes. By these first among counted arrangements T-Mobile gives a direction towards where the engagement within this continuously growing sport can go. Meanwhile there are bigger contests and more spectacular tricks, which would have never been considered five years ago. International events like Dew Tour in the USA, Red Bull Elevation in Canada, Backyard Jam in England and of course now the rebeljam in Berlin, are a proof for this development.
By Press release