With “IT’S OVER” Swedish slopestyle ace Max Fredriksson presents his very review of the past year’s events. Despite all the big tragedies and dramas that the year 2020 had to over and – on a much smaller scale – all the restrictions and limitations that came along the Covid-19 pandemic for him personally, Max did not experience only bad things, but focussed on the positive.
Max was able to ride and film at the Åre Bike Festival, participate at the Audi Nines or to compete at Crankworx Innsbruck, where he finished seventh. Also, as a professional athlete Max was used to be traveling all year long. However, 2020 gave him the opportunity to take a step back and concentrate on other things, like spending the summer riding and goofing around with his friends or enjoying more time with his family. For example he’s been riding his home compound as much as never before within the past years and did a big give-away session with his fans.
To sum it up: “The year was horrible in some ways, but at the same time it was really good. It was well needed for myself. I got to step back and really just enjoy summer. I feel like my riding is just getting better and better all the time and I am just having fun instead of being on the road constantly competing.” – Max Fredriksson
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