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Brandon has been riding BMX flatland for a quarter century and has competed internationally at the professional level. He has also done countless shows, videos, and commercials as a professional flatlander. Now retired from active competition, Brandon has judged flatland internationally at some of the largest events in Canada, the U.S. and Europe, including judging for the X-Games.
Originally from Ottawa, now living in Burlington, Ontario, Prasheel began riding in 2000, began performing five years later, and has been lucky enough to do shows in five countries. Starting in 2008, he focused more on traveling and competing, and over the next six years, attended every major event in North America, as well as contests in England, France, and the Czech Republic. Favourite trick: whiplash (rolling tailwhip).
Professional BMX rider Lachlan Cameron has been riding for 15 years and has a strong passion for originality, difficulty and flow. He pushed his way up the ranks in flatland contests at a young age. He won a KD contest for showcasing your unique style in your own way. Recently Lachlan has judged the biggest flatland contest in Canada and continues to learn and grow with flatland every day!
Aka Paulatrix, Paula had been riding flatland BMX since 2003. From humble beginnings, Paula has entered contests all over North America, competing against males and taking podium position on several occasions. She has appeared in commercials for Japanese clothing company Urban Research, and Trevor Linden's Vancouver based Gym franchise Club 16. In 2013, Paula founded Rad Girls BMX, an organization committed to the exposure and growth of girls riding BMX flatland. To date Paula has created 4 Rad Girl BMX edits featuring more than 30 female riders from around the world, establishing a virtual international community amongst female riders.