Flying - with Vince Moonen

If you’d ask Vince Moonen, bikes are made to fly. With both ankles firmly strapped in and ready for impact, he’s constantly looking for bigger jumps. His quest for airtime has reshaped the tables at his local spot into huge, trickable features and led him to Loosefest, where he hit some of the ‘smaller’ jumps. You know, those sixteen meter doubles.

His preference for flying also gives him a different perspective on trails. Where most of us see rock and roots, he sees takeoffs and landings. ‘Rockgarden? Nah, that’s a double.’ Hardly surprising though. Because Vince likes his bike best with both wheels off the ground.

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Downhill Life (276k followers)

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This was our first ever video. It was published by the Facebook page Downhill Life which has 276.000 followers and picked up by clothing brand and mountainbike community Loose Riders, who helped spread the video and used several shots in their 2017 end of year mashup video, which was widely published by most major mountainbike media.

Flying - with Vince Moonen

If you’d ask Vince Moonen, bikes are made to fly. With both ankles firmly strapped in and ready for impact, he’s constantly looking for bigger jumps. His quest for airtime has reshaped the tables at his local spot into huge, trickable features and led him to Loosefest, where he hit some of the ‘smaller’ jumps. You know, those sixteen meter doubles.

His preference for flying also gives him a different perspective on trails. Where most of us see rock and roots, he sees takeoffs and landings. ‘Rockgarden? Nah, that’s a double.’ Hardly surprising though. Because Vince likes his bike best with both wheels off the ground.