Like breakdancing on a bike

The flatland discipline is almost like dancing, which is why it is also described as breakdancing on a bike. Matthias Dandois, BMX flatland world champion and G-SHOCK ambassador demonstrates his full creative range and impresses with spectacular tricks and choreography.

A level surface, a bike and good balance

BMX flatland refines things to the essentials, making it one of the most difficult BMX disciplines in the world. Six-time flatland world champion and three-time World Tour winner Matthias Dandois from France is riding his success — armed with nothing more than his BMX, his G-SHOCK and a travel bag.
One of the best BMX flatland riders in the world

After winning his first world champion's title in 2008, he continued his winning streak and added more titles. He was world champion again in 2009, 2011, 2012, 2016 and 2017 (winner of the BMX Flatland World Circuit and IFBMXFF World Championship NASS Festival). The professional BMX rider was nominated several times for the NORA CUP and, according to American sports broadcaster and media giant ESPN, is one of the 20 most influential people in action sports.