Watch as all the action goes down in Cologne at NIGHT of the JUMPs with Team Germany up against Italy and SpainRead more
NIGHT of the JUMPs returned for 2022 with the Freestyle of Nations in Munich and Cologne with almost back to back events after a couple of years in Covid-19 limbo and we wrap-up both events with this short, sharp podcast!
Firstly we cover Munich with the World Team vs Team Czech vs Team France. Huge crashes, some controversial decisions I thought, but one hell of a return for the season.
And the second event held in Cologne just last weekend was between Team Germany vs Spain vs Italy. And with some of the best riders having only 2 hours sleep, they still threw down like you would have never known!
Two of the world’s best riders, Luc Ackermann and David Rinaldo, both world champions and X Games gold medallists were in the German team which was complimented by the return of Kai Haase after his supercross training accident in the USA.Read more
For the first time ever in Munich, the fans were treated to the Freestyle of Nations competition format with teams from the Czech Republic vs France vs the World Team, which also featured 3 world champions, David Rinaldo, Maikel Melero and Luc Ackermann.Read more
To say it feels incredible to see events happening again would be an understatement. To hear the cheering of the ecstatic Swiss crowd at NIGHT of the JUMPs in September was unbelievable and to witness the elation from the actual FMX and MTB riders who threw down on the night was even more impressive.
NIGHT of the JUMPs is back with the first competition after the Lockdown and they are bringing a new format to Switzerland for the first time, the Freestyle of Nations!
Don’t be as confused about the Teams in the first major FMX competition of 2021, as the French rider, Maxime Gregoire was here!
Maybe even Maxime can meet the new Skateboarding X Games gold medallist Luc Ackermann and Juventus star, Edgar Torronteras at Night of the Jumps 😂😂😂Read more
David who’s the Body Varial specialist, and Remi Bizouard also an innovator as the first guy to attempt the Hart Attack flip about 15 years ago at X Games, will be benefitted by having Maxime who’s all about the Quarter Pipe to throw a completely different run of tricks.Read more
Edgar Torronteras joined the latest podcast to talk about the Best Trick competition and more specifically, David Rinaldo not taking home the Gold Medal, which went to Australia’s Rob Adelberg.
It was an incredibly tough decision, but Rob took the win with the Front Flip no hander which was absolutely perfect.Read more