Here’s a unique one Robin Bourhis sent through featuring him and Ryoma Quenot taking advantage of the late night sessions during Covid lockdowns to ride a ton of spots. They also added in wearing all white to give the video a unique look since it really stands out on the footage from the lighting and darkness. This is filled with real solid riding and super clean film work, so hit play and take a look at this BMX video!
Whenever Robin Bourhis has a new video, we know it’s going to be well worth a look! Here’s his latest for Traffic Distribution and Le Comptoir Bike Shop! However, this video is really just to help raise awareness about a charity project he’s working on that sounds really cool! Check out the video, then get all the details down below!
““This project isn’t just a regular video part for my local bike shop “Le Comptoir Bike Shop”, it has another aspect which I am really chuffed to tell you about.
In February 2022, I will be taking part in a humanitarian rally-race called “The 4L Trophy” with a very good friend of mine, Katell. It is a yearly humanitarian rally onboard the mythical Renault 4L across France, Spain and Morocco that aims to provide children with a better educational system in Morocco. Every year, there are over 2000 teams that take part in this project. Each team is formed by 2 people under the age of 28 and we have to bring as much schooling supplies, sporting equipment and food as possible. Every donation will be given away to charities to help build new facilities across the region of Errachidia. In addition to the humanitarian aspect, the aim of the rally is not to be the fastest team but to be able to reach the meeting points by doing as few kilometers as possible using only a map and a compass.
However, in order to meet our budget we need to raise some money and to do so, we can either find sponsorships or people willing to donate a little bit of money for the project. In short, our global budget is broken down into several things such as: the purchase of the car, the repairs, the fees of enrollment & communication, fuel and toll, bank and insurance fees, food and equipment for the race and last but not least : Donations for children.
When I talked to David (the owner of the shop) about this special adventure, he was willing to provide us with financial help but in exchange, I had to make a video part. A couple months later, I was done filming and the video really started taking shape. I hope this video will get people pumped to go out and have fun on their bikes because this is what BMX is all about to me.
If you want to know more about our humanitarian project, you can follow us on our social media.
Instagram : @conducteurs_en_beton (account of the event : @4l_trophy)
Facebook : Les Conducteurs en béton
Twitter : @ConducsBeton
Youtube : Les Conducteurs en Béton
We also set up an online money pot for those who want to donate some money for the project, even little donations mean a lot to us and to the children in Morocco. Here’s the link!
Thank you BMX!” – Robin Bourhis
Here’s a little flatland and street combo featuring Robin Bourhis and Julien Baran over in Paris, France. Watch as Robin lays down the street moves and Julien puts together some great flatland combos! This is a real solid watch, so hit play and enjoy!
“Two worlds collide with this sick Street / Flat split part from Robin Bourhis (Wethepeople / Traffic BMX) and flatland prodigy Julien Baran (Wethepeople). Robin explains more…
“This little split video was something I’ve been thinking about for a while now, I just thought it would be a good combo to mix up street and flatland riding. Furthermore, it was a good way to actually meet the young but very talented flatland rider who’s also riding for Wethepeople in France: Julien Baran. He might only be 15 years old but he’s already very consistent when it comes to riding and filming a video in such a short period of time. Julien lives a couple of hours away from Paris in the French countryside, so he had to come all the way down to Paris with his Father for a day and we tried to make the most of the time we were given. The aim of the video is to showcase how both disciplines can compliment each other and I hope this is what people will remember from the video.” – Robin Bourhis
All filmed within one day by Asswad Djailanidjoube, Romain Negrichi, Allan Le Denmat and Robin Bourhis.” – DIG
Robin Bourhis dialed in a brand new Wethepeople setup decked out with Eclat parts! Here’s a look at him building up the bike, then taking it out into the streets to give it a proper break in! Check out the bike and some dialed riding clips!
“Traffic BMX’s Robin Bourhis just whipped together a new Wethepeople X eclat setup, based around the awesome Paradox frame and i’m sure you’ll agree it looks mighty fine. He hit the tools in Le Comptoir bike shop and then proceeded to take it out for a test ride.
Filmed and edited by Ryoma Quenot” – DIG
Traveling this past year wasn’t the easiest thing to do, but Robin Bourhis, Ryoma Quenot made a trip to Bordeaux, France to cruise the spots all around the area and ride with some friends along the way! Hit play to check out a bunch of real solid riding. Hopefully this year the trips and good times can start happening like it was before COVID hit. Either way, this is a real good watch, so hit play and check it out.
“Over the last summer when the situation settled down a little bit, we managed to hit the road with Ryoma Quenot to visit some friends in Bordeaux, France. Thanks to a convenient boot in the car we even had enough room to bring our small ramp along in case we would find a good setup on the way.
We spent a couple of days there having the best of time with the locals and managed to come up with a 3 min video for everyone’s viewing pleasure.
I hope this will get people pumped to ride despite the virus.” – Robin Bourhis
Just in the past few weeks, everything went from smooth sailing to what feels like complete chaos at times. Traveling, which used to be almost too easy, has become super complicated and risky. It also got a little weird for people who were in the middle of a trip when things really started getting shut down. Robin Bourhis and Clement Carpentier took a trip to Morocco just before things got nuts. Fortunately they were able to make the most of their trip to the place to cruise the spots, take in the sights and sounds, and experience the culture a bit. They almost got stuck, but it looks like everything worked out in the end. Here’s a look at what they got into during their stay!
Bancal BMX coming through with a fresh BMX video featuring Robin Bourhis, Ryoma Quenot and more cruising street spots, skateparks, DIY spots and more in Marseille, France! This is loaded with real solid riding and some clean film work, making for a real good watch! Take a peek!
“On the ski route, the brothers Robin Bourhis and Ryoma Quenot had the good idea to make a stop on Marseille. A short but effective trip, with the help of friends Matthieu Paillon and Valentin Cotot as well as the Dinlow on a trip to the area too!” – Bancal BMX
Here’s a dialed new one featuring Clement Carpentier and Robin Bourhis out slaying spots in France for DIY Brand. These two came across a ton of great spots and put them to amazing use. This is one BMX video that you’ll want to take a look at for sure!
“It’s always good to see riders getting creative off the bike as well, and that’s exactly what Clement Carpentier has been up to with his clothing brand ‘DIY’. Himself and Robin Bourhis got busy recently for this sick split section with things heating up in a big way towards the end. That last clip is no joke.” – DIG
“I met Robin a few years ago in Paris while participating at the Sosh Urban Motion contest, he was a little kid at that time and I had no idea I was going to launch a brand called DIY. We started to hang out, ride and travel together. When I first thought of this project, I immediately told myself “I want Robin to be a part of it”. We began filming when the brand was not even launched, just because we were having fun in the streets together. That’s what I like about him, about BMX, and that’s what I want DIY to represent. It’s all about fun, and it will always be. Hope you enjoy this video, and expect more of us and the rest of the family soon.” – Clement Carpentier