BMX rider Kriss Kyle rode a skatepark in the sky

17. 04. 2023 | Kristýna Bezděková

Scottish BMX rider Kriss Kyle performs stunts in a skatepark more than 2,000 feet above the ground.

Kriss Kyle has been a professional BMX rider since he was 16 years old, and it’s now 15 years since he turned pro. One of his main sponsors is Reb Bull.

Kriss Kyle is a Scottish BMX rider who is known for his innovative and technical riding style. He was born in 1992 in Stranraer, South West Scotland and has been riding bikes since a young age. He got his first BMX at the age of eight and soon began competing in local races. He gradually worked his way up to the international scene and gained a reputation as one of the most talented and innovative riders in the world.

Kriss Kyle is known for his spectacular tricks and his ability to combine different riding styles. His riding is full of unexpected elements and original combinations of tricks that surprise not only the audience but also the riders themselves. Some of his most notable achievements include winning the prestigious Simple Session event in Estonia, or his participation in the Red Bull Drop In Tour event in South Africa.

Kriss Kyle is also active on social media, where he regularly shares his rides and tricks with fans. His popularity continues to grow and he is considered one of the most prominent figures in the BMX scene today.

He was the first in the world to complete a stunt called Don’t Look Down, riding a specially made structure suspended from one of the UK’s largest hot air balloons.

He took off from the Charlton Park estate in Wiltshire and soared over the Cotswolds. The BMX freestyle artist wore a parachute and performed several tricks. “It was the hardest project I’ve ever worked on in my life,” said Kriss. Looking ahead to his next stunt, Kriss says he plans to “push it even further.”

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Kristýna Bezděková

Kristýna is a student of marketing and communication in an undergraduate program. She writes and translates content into the Czech language


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