The Downhill Division had a great showing at the Soldiers of Downhill race in Bainbridge, OH last weekend. Get a first-person perspective on the high speed course that slated teammates Matt Kienzle and Louis Pilloni against each other in the final. Congrats to them both on finishing 3rd and 4th.
Posts Tagged ‘Matt Kienzle’
This weekend the Soldiers of Downhill race has returned for a 4th year and is showing signs of being another incredible event. Keep your eyes on the hill for Matt Kienzle looking to improve his 2nd place finish from last year, and Louis Pilloni aiming to dethrone the champ.
Matt Kienzle and George Mackenzie spend a romantic afternoon in the park sharing stories and talking about the recent Skate[Slate] issue. Matt nailed the cover, good on ya’ mate!
Gabe Gwynne is quite the globetrotter, finding his way all around the world in search of winding roads and buttery asphalt. This time he ended up in the Japanese hill country navigating narrow switchbacks with Matt K. on the follow cam.
Angie’s Curves has been a topic of discussion at every race since the final times were posted, Instagram photos (and videos) were leaked, and James Kelly drove back to the SkateHouse $5000 richer. Now after days of waiting, we are prepared to unleash the footage from the event that changed competitive downhill racing forever.
On the way back from Newton’s Nation Matt Kienzle, Erik Lundberg, and James Kelly made an executive decision and stopped off in Hawaii to hang with Ethan Lau for a few days. Tropical hideouts, jungles roads, and plenty of good Hawaiian vibes; we are surprised they ever left!
We hope that you all enjoyed a nice day on four wheels… but the fun isn’t over yet. Come witness the high speed mayhem that will be Angie’s Curves this weekend!
Matt Kienzle, Gabe Gwynne, and Chad Gibson headed south of the Equator for some lush landscapes and winding mountain runs. New Zealand is the perfect place for some high speed pack riding with your friends.
From Japan to Australia to California, catch him if you can. Matt Kienzle is constantly on the move, on and off the skateboard. Watch him feel the wasabi burn on this endless, uncharted mountain speedway.