Photo: Chris Birch (Arenacross UK)
Chris Birch (aka Swampy) has been considered for years to be Britain's number one freestyle motocross rider. He has a great reputation in the business and in June 2011 confirmed that status as British number one by winning the Bolddog FMX British Championship!
Photo: Daniel Whitby (Bolddog FMX British Championship)
Daniel Whitby, Manager / Rider for Bolddog Freestyle Team, has been riding since the age of 5. 2004 won the adult N&SJMCC Championship. 2005 won the Eastern Centre MX2 Junior Championship. Competed in the Western-super-Mare beach race 2005. NASS FMX competition 06 finished 3rd overall. First English rider to complete a backflip on a 4 stroke. NASS FMX competition 07 finished 2nd overall. NASS FMX competition 07 Winner of Best Trick (backflip). 2009 Big Air Jam Final run 3rd , Best trick 3rd. 2009 Air Warriors 2nd.
Photo: Andre Villa
Andre Villa, from Norway started riding MX at the age of four. After 15 years of motocross, he switched to FMX 2001 and tuned pro in 2004. Andre has since gone on to win many international events.
Photo: Jamie Squibb
Jamie has been riding since the age of 6. After a few years of motocross, he turned his attention to FMX (Freestyle Motocross). After winning three British FMX Championships and three NASS events, he formed Squibbfreestyle.
Photo: Daice Suzuki
Daice Suzuki, from Fukushima, Japan. Started motocross at the age of 3 got his first dirt bike at the tender age of three before his career in FMX. He is one of the best riders to come out of the Japanese FMX scene and is a member of the notorious MX-Virus Crew.
Photo: Edgar Torrontenas
Edgar Torrontenas, from Cardedeu near Barcelona, Spain started racing MX in 1987 before switching to FMX in 1997. Competing in many international events including Red Bull X-Fighters, Masters of Dirt and X-Games, Edgar is regarded as one of the freestyle's greatest performers.