Deep in the heart of the Kalahari Desert of Botswana in the early 90´s, Alastair Sayer started scavenging out 'No Handers', 'Can Can´s' and Heelclickers on his 60cc motocross bike. He raced on the South African MX circuit throughout his junior career, while also enjoying a life of freeriding in the African bushvelt. It wasn't until 2002 that he seriously began hitting proper FMX ramps.
With local successes in South Africa, he was invited to the IFMXF Tour and several other international contests including the Dubai X Games, where he was rewarded with a bronze medal in the whip contest. The style of the 30 year old African bush cat is really original. His bag of tricks includes all the old school tricks and combos that many people have already forgotten. Although Sayer still includes some of the lastest Flip combos, it is his tweaked extensions that make his style very unique on the scene. The Highest-Air World Record holder brought real African style to the final in Pretoria 2014 and entertained his crowd, but was unable to step up his game and make it past the Quarter Final.
Moore & Higashino complete the podium in South Africa
Adelberg and Higashino claim the other top spots
Get a deep inside from the pit what it will take to win
Alastair Sayer of Botswana will replace the disappointed Kiwi
The World Tour returns to Pretoria with a phenomenal rider lineup
The world`s freestyle motocross elite returns to Pretoria to battle for the...
Torres claims 2nd and Jones completes the podium
Just one more day till the World Tour final in Pretoria
Sherwood, Sheehan will battle for the title at the 50th Red Bull X-Fighters...
Fans all over the globe can expect the most anticipated competition of the...