TSG ambassadors are upcoming riders, great legends or dedicated people we respect for their performance. Check them out here.
Pontus Björn Smooth and technical on vert, fast and flowing on concrete, always stoked to be rolling.
Matty Carlisle Matty is one of the few young guns landing a 720, constantly dominating the UK Vert Serie and is definitely the next generation of vert skating.
Jürgen Horrwarth Jürgen defines skateboarding as an attitude to a form of art that aligns beautifully with bodily manoeuvres.
Renton Millar The Melbourne skate legend describes himself as skateboarder, traveller and husband. He combines all three perfectly and is crowned World Cup Skateboard Champ.
Jono Schwan Smart, world-travelled and passionate about both skateboarding and sharing his love for it with others, Jono seems mature beyond his years.
Kevin Reimer In the world of downhill longboarding, ‘K-Rimes’, AKA ‘White Lightning’ is a true legend, a master.
Max Fredriksson He might be young and a relative newcomer to the top ranks of FMB, but Swedish ripper Max is quickly getting a reputation for combining progressive tricks with the silky smooth style you expect to see from a far older rider.
Thomas Genon The only Belgian on the FMB World Tour is a true slopestyle talent and brings vertiginous progression into the freeride discipline.
Peter Henke This young German ripper is one of the hungry new breed of bike riders set to take MTB freeride and slopestyle to the next level during the next few years.
Ramon Hunziker Ramon is the poster child for progressive Swiss dirt jumping and freeriding. After dominating the national scene, he is now entering the international stage.
Amir Kabbani Ambitious, consistent and determined! But this is only one side to characterize Amir, he is a nice and funny dude as well who just loves riding his bike.
Oszkar Nagy Oszkar is a hot and hungry young talent from Budapest who exploded onto the slopestyle scene in 2014.
Sam Pilgrim You know what to expect when your nick name is leopardhead... aggressively he attacks dirt and street grounds like an animal while always staying nice and friendly.
Timo Pritzel Timo evolved from bmx pro to dirt pro to team coach to business man with his own clothing brand without ever loosing his natural niceness.
Patrick Guimez The french BMX pro lives in beautiful south of France and hosts its own event. Lords of Dirt is a friendly jam session with international riders.
Ricardo Laguna Multi-talented Vegas sunny boy who competes in BMX, hosts TV shows, organizes events, builds dirt courses, teaches at clinics, appears as guest speaker at schools... everything is possible!
Daniel Wedemeijer Daniel aka. the flying Dutchman is definitely the Netherlands finest export when it comes to BMX. He is well known for his technical stylish riding skills and being a genuinely nice guy.
Angie Marino Angie Marino is one of the best female BMXers in the world, but not content to rest on her laurels. She started Yeah Zine, a online site for girls that ride BMX.
Iouri Podladtchikov I-Pod is one of the sickest riders around blowing up the scene on the slopes and charming everyone with his smart and funny character.
Gian Simmen First Olympic halfpipe winner back in 1998. Gian is still part of the scene, competing for fun and coaching the swiss freestyle rooky squad.
Elias Ambühl Known as the freeski wunderkind of Switzerland, Elias has been dominating many contests. Besides traveling and competing, he wants to help evolving the sport by organizing camps.
Leilani Ettel Leilani is a young talent snowboarder who is already on track for glory, becoming the German champion at the tender age of twelve years old. She is also a talented skateboarder and surfer and now part of the national german snowboard team. So bette watch
Daniel Fetz Successfull self-made wakeboarder and dad, that doesnt only dominate the international scene but also runs his own wakeboard school.
AMBASSADORS TSG ambassadors are upcoming riders, great legends or dedicated people we respect for their performance.
In a sport that’s more male-dominated than most, Angie Marino is a shining example of what to do when the thing you love has no scene… you make one. Starting out in BMX racing as a kid sister following in her big brothers footsteps, she crossed over to skatepark riding at 15, but soon realised there were no websites or magazines covering female freestylers like herself. So, she started her own – Yeah Zine. Since then, in a few short years, the women’s BMX scene has blossomed, and Angie continues to inspire a new generation of girls with her skills on her bike, and her can-do attitude off it.
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