We are sad today to hear about the loss of one of our members, Remy Amsalem, 36 old, from France. Remy was riding the Col of Espigulier with friends, on open road, when he lost control of his board and hit a motor bike coming up. He died immediatly after the shock.
You may have met Remy this summer racing in Almabtrieb and Kozakov, he was also competing in Masters. Remy became a father a few months ago. We send our thoughts to his wife, his daughter and family. We also have a special thought to the french downhill community and all the riders that knew Remy, as well as the biker who was injured in the accident.
Gon ÇaloSad lost... condolences to his family. I have the same age and little son, can imagine how dificult must be for his family. Even I don´t know how it happened, just wanted to highlight that Walkie talkies can prevent bad situations in out sport.
4 weeks ago · 14
Ingmar SolissaMy thoughts go to his family and friends. We are sad because of his loss 🙁
Our skate community is more than a bunch of guys and girls skating together... we are a family. No one gets left behind or forgotten. May he rest in peace ❤
4 weeks ago · 9
Ben StainerFull consolations to his family and friends, we all take risks when we skate open road and this is a tragic reminder of what can happen. Slate safe and wothin your limits 😞
4 weeks ago · 5
Martin HaglandEven though I stopped racing years ago this still breaks my heart. Support goes out to his family and also to the bike riders family. This is a tragedy for all!
4 weeks ago · 4
Michal SliveneckyRIP 🙁 never forget..accept condolences for the family, friends and all french comunity from me and my mom..Candles burn today only for you.. 🙁 Michal
4 weeks ago · 1
Marcelo CamposIDF should create safety campaigns to communicate the risks associated to open road practices. As of today, IDF has been a joke when it comes to support both athletes and amateurs!