Apparently we’re blowing it because we missed episode 3 from the Red Bull Design Quest trip that dropped the other day… We noticed when we came across episode 4 that dropped yesterday! That’s okay though, because now we have both videos for you to check out. This time around Simone Barraco, Stefan Lantschner, Matthias Dandois and Anthony Perrin spend some time searching out unique spots in Pescara, Bologna and Potenza, Italy. Take a peek at what they were able to come up with. These guys are always producing awesome riding regardless, so you know it’s worth a look!
Fly‘s Lee Turner caught up with Devon Smillie and Stefan Lantschner is Barcelona to talk a little bit about their thoughts on the place and stack a couple of clips. Take a peek since this is pretty rad.
“After the X Games, Devon and Stefan decided to stay in Barcelona for a few more days to film a few clips and see what the city could offer. Lee caught up with them during that time as they rode with the Dub Jam crew and cruised this famous BMX city.“
Part two of the Red Bull Design Quest videos has dropped. This time around, the crew is in Milan checking out what kind of spots the place had to offer. Based on what I’m seeing here, they had no trouble at all finding them. Take a peek!
“Check out the second episode of Red Bull Design Quest, a web miniseries featuring BMX athletes Simone Barraco, Matthias Dandois, Stefan Lantschner, and Anthony Perrin as they travel throughout Italy in search of the best cities to ride. In Episode 2, they ride in Milan – Bicocca area – for some rooftop and street sessions.“
It’s awesome how much Red Bull does for BMX these days. They’ve just released a new series called Design Quest where they took Simone Barraco, Anthony Perrin, Stefan Lantschner and Matthias Dandois on a mission to find the best spots in Italy. This first episode brings them to Torino and next up they will be hitting Milan. Check out what they got into during their time at the first stop!
“Check out the first episode of Red Bull Design Quest, a web miniseries featuring BMX athletes Simone Barraco, Matthias Dandois, Stefan Lantschner, and Anthony Perrin as they travel throughout Italy in search of the best cities to ride. In Episode 1, they venture to Torino for some rooftop and street sessions.
AWOLNATION – “Not Your Fault”“
About a month ago, Fly Bikes dropped a damn good VIDEO from their trip to Austin, Texas. If you haven’t checked that out yet, hit one of those links. Above we have some behind the scenes footage of what was going on during the trip from push ups to funny out takes.
“Ever wonder what happens on a Flybikes trip. During the Austin trip everyone had their iPhones out filming what was happening during the trip, from playing the “mine” game and riding a famous backyard ramp setup.”
Make your way on over to the Fly Bikes website for a fresh bike check with Stefan Lantschner and his Montana setup. That gold is looking gooooooood.
Word that Stefan Lantschner had picked up a new car sponsor, Fiat, surfaced earlier in the week. It looks like he’s already been getting things going with them because this video is a behind the scenes look at an ad they shot in a crazy wind tunnel spot. It’ll be interesting to see what else he can get into with them in the future.
Spotted on the Fly Bikes website.
Oh damn! Fly Bikes sent Kevin Porter, Ruben Alcantara, Stefan Lantschner, Shane Weston, Devon Smillie, Joseph Frans and Kevin Kalkoff to Austin, Texas for some team bonding and awesome riding. Check out the video they left the place with that’s an absolute MUST SEE! After you check out the edit, hit up the DIG website to check out some dialed photos by Andrew White!
“Austin, Texas was the destination for our most recent Flybikes trip. Kevin, Ruben, Stefan, Shane, Devon, Joseph and Kevin Kalkoff all headed to the live music capital of the world for 10 days of hanging with good friends and amazing riding sessions hitting up famous spots as well as some awesome unknown gems. We hope you enjoy this as much as the team did making it. Also, be sure to check out two awesome photo galleries from DIG BMX Magazines own Andrew White”