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For the first stop of beton on fire in altenberg germany,
we had the chance to organize the first buggy rollin race in bob track.
the riders were
Sebastien Bertholet "Otaku" from swiss
seb is riding buggy rollin from 2000, he was living just beside la vallee de la jeunesse at lausanne. He is a master of one leg slides and ondulation drifts. he took part of many free ride and competion in lausanne.
He is the first to join the BUGGY ROLLIN team.
Anthonny Finocchiaro "Finch" from Paris .
the art director of Seba skates has a brand new 2014 suit. he could train bob track in la plagne last year with private coaching of Jean Yves blondeau. He also made a full day run at lausanne downhill event 2013.
he comes from aggressive skating, and has a great sense of using the wheel suit.
He is sponsored by BUGGY ROLLIN
and Jean Yves Blondeau "Rollerman" from Space.
Jean Yves is the creator of the suits and BUGGY ROLLIN brand. He could try 9 bob-luge tracks in the world. he has the speed record, 126 km/h on road. He lives between europe and asia tries any good big sloppy road he can. he is the experienced rider. Sponsored by Seba skates, HMR helmets, Matter wheels and Garmin Virb.
The race took place early sunday from junior start. One run only.
the surprised came from Anthony who took the second place even with his short experience. He used all the technics
explained by his coach at once. It was very efficient.
Sebastein took the third place, because he was disturbed by changing the wheel chest during the training from a luge setting back to his favorite 2x5 in line setting.
Jean Yves took the first place. And was very happy to be able to share the grab sensation of riding a bob track with a buggy rollin wheel suit to friends.
the happy trio
left Sebastien bertholet 3rd, right Anthony Finocchiaro 2nd, center Jean Yves Blondeau first.
a video will be online soon, and we are waiting for next stop. calgary must be confirmed and la plagne is sure.
flying the tower start for show.
this is the absolute kicking arse start. not only to spring the catapult but also to fly the gap.
"i like to make two kind of run. the classical speed run and the aesthetic one. the aesthetic one is about going high in the curves trying to get negative wall more the vertical and make beautiful waves. The second kind of run is for me more emotional than the first one. i love to have this range of possibilities." said Jean yves.
more than vertical
All pictures from Sven von schlachta unless the last one