Building upon a decade of competing at the highest level of freeride and slopestyle competitions around the world, Anthony Messere’s riding career is undergoing a resurgence; still boosting to the moon off a left hip, but to a new level of enjoyment and creativity aboard Polygon Bikes.
Anthony’s fresh focus will see him returning to his roots. Riding all sorts of mountain bikes and making creative content to inspire others to get on their bike and progress their own riding.
Clearly, Anthony’s not ditching his dirt jumper! While Polygon is best known for its history in downhill racing and big mountain freeride, the Trid DJ and Slopestyle models were a key factor in his decision to partner with Polygon.
Wear a helmet, kids. When 3-inverts buzz.
A-team support. L-R: Max Langille, Paul Genovese, Bosley, Dustin Gilding.
In addition to his TRID hardtail and TRID ZZ slopestyle bikes, Anthony’s quiver contains the Siskiu T8 trail bike, Siskiu N9 enduro/park bike and the Mt Bromo N8 e-MTB.
Anthony's Trid and Siskiu N9
Anthony's Trid ZZ and SISKIU T8
Polygon’s Brand Manager for North America, Dave Musgrove, has been a Messere fan since watching him launch into the slopestyle scene as a 15-year-old, landing on the podium at the 2011 Whistler Crankworx Joyride.
Rider: Anthony Messere
Video: Nic Genovese and Aaron LaRocque, Mind Spark Cinema
Photos: Toby Cowley
Dirt Shaper: Dustin Gilding
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