Fly Bikes have released a new Bike Check with Stefan Lantschner giving you a closer look at his current 2016 Montaña setup decked out with Fly Bikes parts from top to bottom. Not only does the bike look amazing, we’re loving the photos, giving us a look at his shop where he’s got other toys like his motorcycles. Stefan builds custom Cafe Racers on the side, so it’s pretty cool to see the two come together (which you can see better in the other photos). You can take a closer look at Stefan’s bike on the Flybikes website — Stefan Lantschner 2016 Bike Check
Check out this highlight reel from the 2016 Mash EX&HOP Mini Ramp Finals that went down in Munich, Germany! Amazing riding from Mark Webb, Larry Edgar, Sergio Layos, JB Peytavit, Brad Simms, Stefan Lantschner, Zozo Kempf, Daniel Dhers, Kostya Andreev and more! This BMX video has a little bit of everything from technical lip tricks to huge blasting airs and tricks making for a great watch! Needless to say, there was no shortage of amazing riding to see at this one. Hit play and check this BMX video out already!
After you watch the video, check out this PHOTOGALLERY from the contest!
Filmed and edited by Philip Kolsch
Thinking about a new BMX frame? Get a look at the brand new 2016 Stefan Lantschner signature Montaña frame from Fly Bikes! Based off the info, it sounds like they’ve bumped up the seat tube height, shortened the chain stays, switched to a MID bottom bracket and Dylan style brake mounts. Get the full details below!
“For 2016, Stefan Lantschner wanted to make a few subtle changes to his signature Montaña frame like a taller stand over height, a shorter back end and an additional top tube length. The frame features an offset thickness head tube with internal integrated gussets, tapered top and down tubes with a bigger diameter at the head tube to increase strength even more, a double-butted seat tube, MID bottom bracket, Investment Cast 4130 chromoly seat post clamp with the Horizontal Cut System for improved clamping, Dylan style removable brake mounts and Investment Cast drop outs with a Removable Chain Tensioner.
Tubing: full seamless 4130 chromoly
Headtube Angle: 75
Seat Tube Angle: 69
Stand Over Height: 9″
Bottom Bracket Height: 11.75″
Chainstay Length: 13.5″
Top Tube Lengths: 20.8″ and 21″
Colors: Flat Dirty White, Flat Dark Red and Gloss Black
Weight: 5.03 lb.
The Montaña frame is available through Flybikes dealers worldwide now!”
View more photos below!
If you have been waiting for the new Fly Bikes 2016 range to be released, you’re in luck because it sounds like distributors and shops and starting to get it in stock now. Today, they released information on the Stefan Lantschner signature Montaña bars that are now available with a rise for you big bar lovers! Full details below!
“Our 2016 range of complete bikes, frames and parts are starting to become available through Flybikes dealers worldwide now!
For 2016, Stefan Lantschner’s signature Montaña bars are also available in a taller version for those of you looking for some additional rise. The Montaña bars are made from heat-treated, 9-butted seamless 4130 chromoly with rise options of 8.75″ and 9.25″ (new)! Both sizes come with a 29″ width, 11-degrees of backsweep and 1.5-degrees of upsweep. These bars are available now in colors of gloss black and Stainless with a weight of 1.62 lb. (737 grams / 8.75″)”
View the Fly Bikes 2016 Catalog here!
More photos below!
Fly Bikes just released a full preview of the 2016 Stefan Lantschner Montaña frame that should be available worldwide by the end of this month. It looks like they have made a few changes to the frame like switched to a Mid bottom bracket, which we are assuming has to do with the Dolmen cranks being available in 24mm and that not being too big for Spanish bottom brackets, raised the seat tube height a bit and reverted back to the classic Dylan removable brake mounts from their Easy Brake System mounts. Get more info below.
“With our 2016 line starting to drop worldwide throughout this month, we’re excited to give you a closer look at the 2016 Stefan Lantschner signature Montaña frame! For 2016, we’ve made a couple changes to Stefan’s frame. We’ve switched to a Mid bottom bracket shell, raised the standover height to 9″, switched to the clean and classic Dylan removable brake mounts and now offer two top tube sizes, 21″ and 20.8″, versus just one size last year.
The Montaña frame will be available in white, gloss black and dark red through Flybikes dealers worldwide soon!”
More photos below.
If you follow Stefan Lantschner on Instagram (LNTStefan) there’s a good chance you have been seeing some of the crazy shots he has been coming up with his GoPro camera. Today this new video giving us a look at him cruising a bowl in Barcelona popped up that gives us the footage he has been collecting as of late! If you love style, you’re going to love this BMX video! Hit play!
“Finally got time to shoot a new edit with my friend Stefan at the bowl in beautiful Barcelona.
Stefan called me telling about his idea of creating something new. The goal was to share some unique perspectives of him, riding his local bowl in Barca. After that he built a few mounts and i booked the first flight to Spain. At the end we both gave our best, Stefan on his BMX and me running behind, making some smooth follows!
We are both stoked on how it turned out and hope you like it as well !!!
100% shot on the GoPro HERO 4 http://www.gopro.com
Thx to my friends from Feiyu Tech who made it possible to shoot such smooth followcam shots.
Check them out: https://www.facebook.com/feiyutech
Song: Royal Deluxe I’m gonna do my thing” – Lukas Kusstatscher
The Fly Bikes team recently spent some time in Barcelona filming for their next video that we’ll hopefully be seeing soon. During their visit, they hit up 360 Bike Shop to hang out with the locals and grab a session at Marbella skatepark. They put together this rad BMX video giving us a look at what went down. Definitely looks like it was a good day!
“During our recent team trip to Barcelona, Spain, Sergio Layos, Stefan Lantschner, Courage Adams and Joan Balmaña made a stop at 360 Bike Shop to visit with the locals and sign some autographs. Afterwards, everyone made their way to the Marbella Skatepark for a session! Check out highlights from the day in this video featuring riding from the team and some of the locals.
Flybikes would like to thank everyone who came out for the day! We had a great time.
Filmed and edited by Hugo Almeida ” – Fly Bikes
Flybikes just released a brand new video bike check with the one and only Stefan Lantschner! This gives you an in-depth look at his current setup along with some bonus riding footage from the Skatepark of Malaga! There’s also a look at the ever elusive Flybikes Cassette hub we have been hearing rumors about for quite some time. A little birdy told us that this hub is actually pretty close to actually happening if everything goes to plan. Fingers crossed because the sound of it in this video makes us drool!
“Curious what Stefan Lantschner is running for a BMX bike? Here’s a video bike check giving you a closer look at his 2015 Montaña setup!
Frame: Flybikes 2015 Montaña
Bars: Flybikes 2015 Montaña
Fork: Flybikes Agua 32
Stem: Flybikes Alta 2
Headset: Flybikes Headset
Grips: Flybikes Ruben
Seat: Flybikes Roey Tripod Seat
Seat Post: Flybikes Tripod
Pedals: Flybikes Ruben Graphite
Cranks: Flybikes Dolmen 180mm
Sprocket: Flybikes Circulo
Chain: Flybikes Tractor
Bottom Bracket: Flybikes Spanish
Front Hub: Flybikes Front Hub
Front Rim: Flybikes Piramide 2
Front Tire: Flybikes Ruben Rampera 2.35″
Rear Hub: Flybikes Cassette ???
Rear Rim: Flybikes Piramide 2
Rear Tire: Flybikes Ruben Rampera 2.35″
Tubes: Flybikes Cobra
View all of Stefan Lantschner’s parts on our website: http://flybikes.com/products
Filmed and edited by Hugo Almeida”