Finist'air FMX Show in France
Windy conditions? Not for these guys on Sunday at the Finist'air Show in Briec, France, apparently. Wes Agee doesn't let it bother him and pulls a solid flip seat grab Indy.
Discreet off the bike, Maikel Melero revels himself on the bike here on a flip seat grab.
The "local guy," Frenchman Tom Pags, thrilled the crowd with his personal interpretation of a flatliner.
For his first visit to France, we guess that Wes Agee appreciated the welcome he received from the fans in Briec.
Brody Wilson didn't cross the Atlantic Ocean for nothing. He shows the audience style and smoothness as always, here on a very stylish and huge rock solid Indy.
Tom Pagès, Taka Higashino
Side-by-side ramps are always a blast, especially when the winner of the most recent X-Fighters stop and the reigning X Games Freestyle gold medalist are together. Tom Pags, left, does a double Hart attack and Taka Higashino pulls off a clicker flip.
Despite the wind, Josh Sheehan did well and joined Taka Higashino and Wes Agee on the podium in third place at the Finist'air show.
After a year of injuries, Andr Villa enjoys some fun at demos around the world. He spent a few weeks in France with the Pags brothers and here throws a big ruler flip for the fans.
Taka Higashino is a very generous rider. He always wants to show everyone his best, so he pulled off this rock solid flip and won the best trick contest.
Top Of The Heap
For the first time in four years, neither of the Pags brothers won the best trick trophy. No hard feelings, though, because the crowd was fully behind, from left, Josh Sheehan [third place], Taka Higashino [first] and Wes Agee [second].
Time To Sign
Here's some good information to know: If you ever win an X Games gold medal and come to France, you'll have to get a strong wrist to sign many, many autographs.