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Anyone capable of making the most technical whips, flips and barspin combos look as easy as sipping a cool beverage on a hot afternoon has clearly got what it takes to make it. Style. It’s what all the judges are after. When it comes down to finals on the big stage, the Canyon Factory Freeride Team knows how to turn it on and get the jury breaking out the big scores. Need proof? Just take a look at their performances in last year’s FMB World Tour with top-10 and podium finishes week in, week out. Away from contests the team takes to the road to session new spots, film new edits and work on nailing new tricks. CFFT is now bigger and better than ever with new recruit Tomas Lemoine adding to the progression from the last two years, while Peter has an injury-plagued 2014 season behind him and is ready to get back to the top where he belongs.
Whether sending it on the dirt jumps at Vienna Air King or taking on Mother Nature at Red Bull Rampage, the Canyon Factory Freeride Team will inject a big hit of style to the FMB World Tour this year. As for their bikes? The team will light up contests on the Canyon Stitched and take on the rough stuff with the big-hitting Torque DHX for when things get a little more wild.
CFFT is ready to roll – bring on 2015!
You’d guess that anyone who earns the nickname “Cleanlander” would be pretty handy on two wheels. Anton Thelander is no exception. The Swede has shown time and again over the past couple of years. When he emerged on the scene back in 2011 at Red Bull District Ride, expectations were already high. In 2013 he delivered on that promise by taking gold at Red Bull Phenom at the X Games in Munich and being crowned winner in front of his home crowd at the Martin Söderström Invitational. The Cleanlander will be eyeing up FMB World Tour podium in 2015.
This boy connects podium performances like the lines of his favourite dirt jumps back home. He’s able to make his final runs look as chilled as practising in the foam pit. Despite looking so relaxed, he nails his tricks with pinpoint accuracy. Known on the scene as “La Frite”, Thomas originates from the Belgian flatlands but you wouldn’t know that when you see the way he rides, proving he knows how to handle the steep stuff by reaching Red Bull Rampage finals two years running. Thomas will be one of the main pretenders to the overall FMB World Tour throne in 2015.
What started out with Peter messing about with his buddies back when he was nine years old has now lead him to competing in the biggest events of the FMB World Tour. Throughout 2013 the young German took on the best slopestylists in the business with several top-10 performances, even landing on the podium at the Colorado Freeride Festival with an incredible double backflip. Injury saw Peter out on the sidelines for much of 2014, however, he’s now back in form and ready to make up for lost time at all the top FMB World Tour events.
Tomas is one of the hottest young talents on the scene and has now found a home as part of the CFFT crew. Growing up in the urban riding Mecca of Marseille in the south of France means he can trick just about any feature going, from skate park bowls to big dirt doubles. That confidence together with the skills he acquired racing BMX as a kid make Tomas one of the most exciting prospects in the FMB World Tour. Combine all of this with the fact that he’s still a teenager then you can pretty much guarantee it’s only a matter of time before this Frenchie steps up to the very top.