The medals keep coming! Monster Energy congratulates team rider Felix Prangenberg on claiming the silver medal in BMX Street on the third day of X Games 2022 in Vista, California, on Friday. In the final session featuring the world’s best riders, the 24-year-old from Cologne, Germany, took silver as his fourth career X Games medal. At the end of Day three of X Games 2022, the Monster Energy team had claimed a total of 10 medals (3 gold, 6 silver, 1 bronze).
Presented by Monster Energy as the official energy drink partner of X Games, the 65th edition of X Games is contested with no spectators in attendance and broadcast live to global audiences. For five action-packed days, viewers from across the globe get to witness X Games history written
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Here’s to ending a heavy year with bang! Monster Energy congratulates BMX team rider Felix Prangenberg on releasing the innovative ‘URGE’ video on the Monster Energy YouTube channel. In an encore performance finishing a breakout 2021 season, the 23-year-old X Games gold medalist from Cologne, Germany, pushes the boundaries of freestyle BMX at genuine street spots. Produced by Monster Energy with filming and editing by David Schaller, ‘URGE’ captures Prangenberg at street spots across Europe over the course of 2021. Filmed in stunning high-definition video with artful 16mm film montages, the release marks Prangenberg’s first official Monster Energy video part since joining the pro athlete roster in early 2021.
‘URGE’ shows some of the most creative and progressive riding courtesy of the rising star who dreamt of becoming a BMX pro since the age of 6. Respected for one of the strongest work ethics in BMX, Prangenberg puts his signature combinations of technical and burly tricks on full display. Expect gnarly handrails, impossible gap transfers, technical spins and manuals, plus never-been-done combos at some of the BMX world’s most iconic street locations.
The new ‘URGE’ video segment completes a milestone-heavy year for Prangenberg. Recognized as a pacesetter of progressive BMX street riding, the German BMX pro joined the Monster Energy BMX team in April 2021 and proceeded to up the ante with contest podiums and acclaimed video parts, plus a constant barrage of face-melting Instagram clips.
Last night Felix Prangenberg won both the Street Rider of the Year and Reader’s Choice at the NORA Cup Awards. After going virtual in 2020, the 2021 NORA Cup Awards was a live in-person event held in conjunction with Florideah Swampfest in Wildwood, Florida.
“Felix Prangenberg put in the work and owned the internet in 2021. From X Games Golds, numerous video parts and constantly laying it down with banger after banger this was Felix’s year,” said John Povah, etnies bike team manager.
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Éclat PRO Felix Prangenberg is having one hell of a year, and the year is far from over. Enjoy the result of Felix's one month stay in California, captured by Grant Castelluzzo. The style and creativity from this kid is something you're not going to be seeing from anyone else so sit back and enjoy Felix doing what he does best.
The medal-winning run continues! Monster Energy congratulates its team of skateboard and BMX athletes on a strong performance on day 3 of X Games 2021. In the Park and Street events contested at the California Training Facility (CA|TF) in Vista, California, Monster riders claimed four podium spots, including one X Games gold medal, two silver, and one bronze. In response to the coronavirus pandemic, X Games 2021 is contested as a closed-to-the-public event at three unique athlete training facilities across Southern California. On the third day of X Games 2021, some of the world’s best skateboarders and BMXers pushed the boundaries of their sports at the high-tech California Training Facility (CA|TF) in Vista.