FISE World Montpellier 2015 : 10 riders to follow

Tuesday, May 12, 2015 - 16:27
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Amongst the 2000 riders who will be riding starting tomorrow, there are some of them you should keep a good eye on! Here are 10 of our favorite ones, check them out:

-Yannick Granieri (MTB) : The French rider from Lyon, specialized in Mountain Biking, has for motto: Ride to Live, Live to Ride!

-Dominik Hernler (Wakeboard) : The Austrian, winner of the FISE Montpellier 2 years ago, is back on the water after an injury and something tells us he's going to be more motivated than ever!

-Maxime Charveron (BMX) : Even though he's only 21 years old, this daredevil is a true sports lover. He started ridin BMX bikes at 9 years old and never stopped since. He started his pro career at 15 years old and he's one of the best riders on the French scene today.

-Roman Abrate (Roller) : Pro Freestyle Roller rider, Roman is always pushing the limits of his sport: that's how he landed the first Double Bio 900 at the beginning of the year. Aside from that, Roman was titles World Champion on the WRS in 2012 and 2013.

-Aurélie Godet (Wakeboard) : At only 12 years old, Aurélie already has the mind of a champion. She was the youngest athlete on the FISE in 2014 and finished at 5th place, blowing everyone's mind by taking her shot at some risky features, built for the pros. Aurélie is definitively a rider to follow closely!

-Louis Reboul (MTB) : At 22 years old, Louis loves one thing: going high! In 2014, he imposed his style at the Swatch Prime Line and got all the way to the finals at the mythical Red Bull Rampage. Louis is one of the French riders to definitely keep an eye on right now in MTB!

-Daniel Dhers (BMX) : Since 2006, Daniel never stopped being the best. His consistency made his success and he became, starting in 2007, the Venezuelian to beat. In 2013, he finished at first place at the X Games in Munich and in 2014 he kept climbing on the highest steps of the podium, finishing first athe the FISE World Andorra, secondat the FISE World China and second at the FISE World Montpellier.

-Dannie Carlsen (Skateboard) : At 22 years old, Dannie was the winner of the FISE Pro Finals in 2014. This year, the Danish skater is once more ready to shred the park and will not make it easy for his competitors!

-Julien Béchet (Skateboard) : French skater, 25 years old, Julien finished at the 3rd place at the 2014 FISE Montpellier. Needless to say he's overly motivated to do better this year!

-Dave Lang (Roller) : Dave is a 25 years old American Athlete. He was the first rider to drop in a mega ramp in a roller video. Finishing second at the FISE Montpellier in 2012, the most important thing for him is to share his passion and take part in the competition!