You can’t go wrong with a fresh new setup! Flybikes dialed Stefan Lantschner in with a fresh Sierra setup recently. There’s a quick Bike Check with a bunch of photos and a full parts list that you can check out RIGHT HERE. Now that’s a dialed looking setup!
The Battle of Hastings at Source BMX in Hastings, England is going down September 8th – 10th and if it’s anything like last year, it should be a wild one! They just announced Simone Barraco‘s team for the contest which is a mix of guys that all bring a lot of style on everything they touch from street spots to ramps and trails, which should equal a good mix at Source Park!
“ SourceBMX are please to welcome a new captain for Battle of Hastings – Simone Barraco! Check out his team below and find out more at sourcebmx.com/boh or search #bohbmx on Social.
Simone Barraco (Captain)
Flybikes just dropped a new Bike Check with Stefan Lantschner and his fresh new 2017 Montaña setup that he’s rolling around on! You can check out a ton of photos and a full parts list on the Flybikes website here — Stefan Lantschner 2017 Montaña Bike Check
Did you catch Stefan’s latest video? Stefan Lantscher “Go With The Flow”
GoPro coming through with a new video featuring Simone Barraco and Stefan Lantschner road tripping across Europe where they met up with Alex Kennedy, Matthias Dandois and Moritz Nussbaumer in different cities! This is a pretty cool POV style video showing what everyone got into along the way! Check it!
“Simone Barraco and Stefan Lantschner ride BMX throughout Europe with their Interrail pass, meeting up with friends along the way to see the sights and ride unique spots in London, Paris, Berlin, and Rome.
Here’s one we’ve been waiting for all week! Flybikes dropped their new Stefan Lantschner “Go With The Flow” video online and, as expected, it turned out amazing! Hit play to watch Stefan haul ass and bring a ton of style to the table, with some excellent spots and film work to back it! This is a great watch from start to finish, and definitely not a nibbler jibbler edit.
“No matter what it is that Stefan is doing, whether it’s riding his signature Flybikes Montaña setup, custom Cafe Racer or dirt bike, he’s always going fast and making it look good! For his latest Flybikes video, Stefan takes that speed and style to street spots and skateparks with amazing lines and unique setups that take some effort to ride! Hit play and Go With The Flow!
Edited by Hugo Almeida
Filmed by: Hugo Almeida, Filippo Delzanno, Philip Kölsch
Music: Everybody Home – Layup“
The crew over at Flybikes have released another sneak preview of their 2017 products. This time around we get a look at Stefan Lantschner‘s signature Montaña frame in this new Gloss Metallic Orange color. Beyond the new paint, it looks like they kept the same geometry and features, plus added an external down tube gusset for some additional strength.
The 2017 Montana frame is made from full 4130 chromoly tubing with a 75-degree head tube angle, 69-degree seat tube angle, 9″ stand over height, 11.75″ bottom bracket height and a 13.5″ chainstay length. You can find an offset thickness Integrated head tube, internal top and down tube gussets, an external down tube gusset, multi-butted and tapered top and down tube, multi-butted down tube, Mid bottom bracket, Investment Cast seat post clamp, tapered seat and chain stays, removable brake mounts and Investment Cast dropouts with a removable chain tensioner.
The 2017 version comes with a 20.8″ and 21″ top tube lengths and will be available starting this month. The Montaña frame will come in this Gloss Metallic Orange color and one other color yet to be announced.
Offset thickness Integrated head tube with internal top and down tube gussets and a new external gusset on the downtube for additional strength.
Removable Dylan style brake mounts for a clean look if you ride brakeless.
Investment Cast dropouts.
Woozy BMX must be sitting on a pile of footage that’s just waiting to be seen. Here’s a fresh video they just released featuring Stefan Lantschner, Bernat Via and Huogo Montal getting down on an amazing ramp setup in the mountains of Spain. The footage appears to be from last year based off the bike Stefan is riding, but that’s okay because style is timeless! Hit play and take in some gold!
Woozy BMX dropped this raw cut of some old Courage Adams and Stefan Lantschner footage from a trip they took to Germany a few years back. The footage of Courage is solid, but there’s a lot of scraps in this. It’s insane how much Courage has progressed since this was filmed. Want proof? Watch his “Seven Days Is All It Takes” video from Fly Bikes to see the difference. Either way, take a peek because there’s some rad clips in this.