Tuesday, 30 June 2009

Adam Kun @ 2008 Masters

With the worlds fast approaching, flatmatters continues the warm up to the worlds. Adam kun is defintely one of the favourites, 2nd at ninja spin with no touches.. Here's his 2nd place run (somewhat edited) from last years masters event.

Edit by Sevisual.

Carhartt flatland contest 2003

The site of the Masters every year and this year the Worlds, sadly not on this floor, this is where the street contest now happens. These carhartt flatland comps were some of the best ive ever attended, always great riding and great vibe. Fantastic edit, love this stuff...

Monday, 29 June 2009

World Champion 1992 Chase Gouin

This one skipped under the radar, have this on tape somewhere in the collection though. Enjoy. 92 in Budapest..

Sunday, 28 June 2009

Remember this: Level Vibes

Definitely a golden period in Uk flat, and I missed this one, out in the states at the time, Martti killed Level Vibes, the Uk had loads of contests, Easter jam at southsea, Urban games, KOC, Level Vibes, Sam's jam in sawston, the Uk flat website, so much good stuff went down in this period. Pros visiting such as Martti...What are your memories from this period of time..

Lee Musselwhite

This edit dropped right before Inertia bikes was born, in some of shots you can see hes using inertia bars, check the switch at 2:24, xft backyard jump to coasting xft one footed elephant glide, great edit!

Saturday, 27 June 2009

Shintaro Misawa Summer 09 edit

Just came across this when I was posting the Cali style stuff, Shintaro Misawa rips, smooth floaty style. All on board the Badman's Colony "cube" frame, I know hes stoked...

Cali style

I've been a bit slow sticking these vids up, yes they were on Flat friday, Chad sent these to me on tuesday, first video is the Hollywood jam on Fuel Tv, flatland more and more seems to be getting tv coverage similar to this, which can only help to progress things for the riders.
The second video is Chad at one of his local spots in Long Beach, the "globe" spot, I rode a bunch here with Chad a few years back, anyway enjoy these vids if you haven't already seen them.

Keisuke Tanigawa DJ Krush mix edit

Last week we featured Keisuke's banging new edit, heres a more absract version, very arty, nice feel to it. Keisuke kicks arse!!

Tanigawa Keisuke from handspin on Vimeo.

Dan Rigby: 5 Combos

The concept was simple the video was classic, Jason Brown invited five riders to combo till you drop, heres Dan Rigby's combo. Great stuff.

Friday, 26 June 2009

World BMX Battle Update

Keelan just sent in the updates to the World BMX Battle flyer, check it out...

York Jam 2009

York Jam 2009 from hate5six productions on Vimeo.

Thursday, 25 June 2009

Effraim Catlow Bike Check: Zion Focus prototype

Had couple of requests for the bikechecks to return, starting with mine. Currently testing the first version of the Sam Foakes signature "Focus" Zion frame, so far so good, the frame is really responsive, Sam and Mislav are making a few changes to the thickness of tubing on the next prototype (Sam would like more weight), and angle of back chainstays, and change to the back dropouts...At only a few months old it's to early to talk about the strength of the frame, but the frame for the most part, rides extremely well. Just a few minor details to change.

Frame: Sam Foakes "Focus (Mid Version 4.2 pounds).
Forks: Odyssey Pro Flatland
Aheadset: Zion
Bars: OG Caramel 3's (inch cut off either side).
Barends: Wtp Ti
Griplocks: Ares
Grips: Animal Edwin
Stem: Bizhouse (Gyro Cover to cover up sharp edges on Crackpacker type tricks)
Seatpost: Thomason
Seatclamp: Profile Slim Jim
Seat: Odyssey 99er
Tyres: Odyssey Frequency G's K lytes 1.75
Tubes: Duro
Front wheel: Profile SS Hub, 48 radial, Odyssey Sevenka rim.
Pegs: Fly Gomez magnesium front and back..
Back Wheel: 48 Cross spoke, (double butted), G sport rim, Profile shell, Nankai internals, 11 tooth back cog.
Chainring: Profile KP 28.
Chain: KMC Light
Chain Tensioner Hoffman + adaptors for 10mm to 14mm dropouts
Cranks: Profile flatland, 165, Hollow Cro-mo axle
Bottom Bracket: Shadow, Spanish bb

Wednesday, 24 June 2009

Voodoo Jam 2009 teaser

With the finals of the World Circuit a month and a half away, Erik Otto just out this teaser from last years event, great edit!

Voodoo Jam 2008 Promo from Erik Otto on Vimeo.

Tuesday, 23 June 2009

Pioneers: Dennis McCoy + Kevin Jones

Heres a couple of vids by popular request of Dennis McCoy and Kevin Jones, Dennis pioneered the way for modern day flatland along with Kevin Jones and the Plywood Hoods, not to mention numerous others, I could go on.... I love the first edit of McCoy at the AFA Austin 1988 I grew up watching this on a tatty vcr tape, this somehow added to it, no internet and we are watching what's going on in the US. Feel the energy, and the speed McCoy cranks into the tricks, inspiring!!!! Also take note of the crowd being so into it, they knew he touched on the triple flail boomerangs in Arizona (previous afa round), love it!

+ If anyone knows the mixes he rode to below, get in contact..

Kevin Jones as an amateur rider, AFA Arizona 1988. Already bringing his original tricks to the game...Great run.

Check out more old school clips on: www.krtschmidt.com

Monday, 22 June 2009

Moto Sasaki Interview

Intro/Interview:EC. Translation:Taku.

Last year I spent the day riding alongside Moto Sasaki when I was at the Yokohama mm21 spot right before the KOG finals with Sam, Mislav, and our host Aki, watching this guy ride for a day outside of the contests was more interesting to me than watching the contest riding in my opinion, Moto can do so many tricks, and he's now able to throw his skills back in the original switches. I remember saying to Sam, look he just did all of Matthias' tricks with ease right after the sevisual video with Adam Kun came out last year, he later threw a massive combo, with Switch foot karl jump frame to xft halfpacker pivot to steam with epic ease, his control amazed us. Like a ninja, quietly going about his business. It's my pleasure to bring this interview to you, one of the most skilled riders in Japan, Moto Sasaki...My prediction....if this can can match the skills with personal belief, he can be a massive force in flatland.

FM) How old are you?
M) Date of Birth: 5/5/1985, 24 years old

FM) How long riding?
M) 6 years.

FM) What got you into riding?
M) i got my bike stolen then i bought a bike that was a BMX

FM) Whereabouts in Japan are you from? Hows the flatland scene there?
M) Maihama, Chiba. very close to Disneyland, there are not large number of riders here in Chiba if it compares to other prefectures in Japan. Chiba has more good riders (chiba has the most king of ground pro riders in japan) than other prefectures though. we dont get together to ride often we are kind of spread out in Chiba so...

FM) Do you ride on your own mostly? Or with other riders?
M) i like riding with other riders but at the same time, i like riding by myself and enjoy it with my own way.
i often ride with Yasunari Ishijima (jimalog guy) at night.

FM) What got you into flatland?
M) Well, i think every riders has their own way to enjoy their riding,some riders think bmx as fashion, others think riding as a sport. To me, flatland bmx is like playing a computer game, getting new tricks like clearing the stages then i can go to the next stage,thats how i enjoy riding.

FM) From the few times i've seen you ride, its evident you can do a lot of pros tricks, explain why you do that?
M) I do that intentionally, I'm learning a lot from them, getting their ways to keep a balance and ideas that lead my original tricks. It's said to be that the originality is the most important in japanese contest scene.
I dont think i'm always right, but, in my opinion original tricks are beyond skills.
When I went to the masters, I felt the physical difference between top riders and me. If I only ride to pursue the originalty I can't reach to their riding in contestwise.
When i got back from the masters I was thinking about the styles, then my choise is that I lean every ways to keep the balance and cover up the physical difference with it. And.. to be honest, I had hard time to understand the judges before. I thought like if i have skills, i can pass judgment about results, because I know which tricks are harder, so I judge at KOG expert class.

Switch ft spinning lawn step up opposite timemachine to regular side pedalling time machine.

"To me, flatland bmx is like playing a computer game, getting new tricks like clearing the stages then i can go to the next stage,thats how i enjoy riding."

FM) Which tricks have you made up yourself?
M) Switches from x-footed half packer (Switch foot karl jump to xft halfpacker for example) and jumping switches...(infamous Moto pedal 5 jump to steam)

FM) What are your plans with riding?
M) I just want to see how far i can go with my riding.

FM) Who supports you with riding?
M) I'm riding for JYKKJAPAN (bmx distributor), SUELO(bmx brand), UBIQSHOES(shoes brand),SLOPESHOT(bmx shop).

FM) What inspires you with flatland?
M) i only do flatland. coz flatland has countless tricks, infinity styles and possibilities.
i like street too. but,i put so much energy and time on flatland and i dont think I will ever get sick of flatland.

FM) Which riders do you look up to for inspiration?
M) Trevor Meyer is my favorite rider, when I first saw him riding on flatland manifesto, I got a big impact from him.
Other riders I get inspiration from are Hotoke, Keisuke Tanigawa and Shuichi Osada.
Hotoke, his sense of proportion is insane. Shuich Osad has a great concept on his tricks.
And Keisuke Tanigawa, he is the same age as me, he is definitely the most skilled rider in Japan, I respect them.

FM) Do you travel much to ride? I remember we saw you at the yokohama spot last year..
M) Basically, i ride at my spot the most. Yeah, I was there at the yokohama mm21, just because you and sam were there...

FM) Do you like the battle style contests, or prefer the 3 minure run style contest format?
M) It depends on the battle time, but I prefer the 3 minutes run rather than head to head battle.
In japanese contests, there are not enough time to try harder tricks because the run time is short so consistency is more important.If i were audience, I understand the two mins runs mean and I wouldn't like to see mistakes... but I'm a rider who wants to see the best trick!
Especially, KOG battle format, one min two runs each battle and the combo in progress after beep isnt evaluated.
I've seen many good riders lost the battle with trying hard trick and making one or two mistakes, it's like they lost against the battle format.
I feel sorry for them sometimes...

FM) Any rider you are scared to battle?
M) scared?? i would say... Keisuke Tanigawa and Hotoke. Despite I've been riding 8 hours a day everyday since I started riding, they are obviously better than me and have original tricks, love riding.
I had felt down about it before, we are friends now and I dont think i'm scared of them anymore. I reckon them among my rivals. I dont want to lose against them more than any other riders, they have always motivated me. I think their existance made me better, so i kind of appreciate them.

KOG Round 2 (2008) PRO 3rd place, Moto Sasaki from Henrik C. on Vimeo.

Sunday, 21 June 2009

Eighties revival?! Haro demo at the Worlds

1986.. I was at the Poole UKBFA National, competing in the Under 12 class on flat and ramp, and watched the Haro team (Ron Wilkerson, Brian Blyther, Dave Nourie), they blew my mind with their energy, and how high they were going, certainly influnced me as a young rider.... 2009, the ex haro team are back and doing a demo at the Worlds this year, f**king awesome!

Barcelona Bikeshow 09 edit

Great edit here from Juan D de Mello.

Flatland Pro Final - Bikeshow 09 from Juan G. de Mello on Vimeo.

Saturday, 20 June 2009

Great World Championship footage from 1999-Winner Phil Dolan

Just came across on youtube yesterday, cracking footage from Juan Macion at the 1999 Worlds in Madrid, Spain, I don't remember a great deal from this contest, the floor was like that of a building site (not in a good way), and it was so hot, all the contests ran in the late afternoon, early evening. Still the contest went off, Phil Dolan won his second world championship, Andrew Faris was on it for almost the whole contest, apart from the final run where he touched a few times, Nathan Penonzek rode amazing in qualifiers, but the spanish guys got naked before his finals run and totally threw him off. Oh and Faris famously got so wasted in the trophy ceremony, asking for the first place trophy. It's on baco as I remember.

Friday, 19 June 2009

Trevor Meyer & Alexis Desolneux Solitaire 2

Two rad videos from 2000, the Solitaire videos by Armin Batoumeni and Christophe Dassie ruled, almost like a mix tape of all the best riding from the year. 2000, what a year, X games, fly back for King of Concrete, ten years, seems like yesterday in some ways. Im drifting off here, back to the vids, great stuff from Trevor at the X games, and Alexis is shredding brakeless. Enjoy.

Pete Brandt 2009

One of my idols growing up, Pete's still busting in SF like always,an inspiration to all the older riders and perhaps younger generation (I can't speak for them), nice back wheel combo from him here,enjoy!

Spacial Awareness 1995

Southsea locals video that Jon Pratt put together, lil section from myself when I was riding for Haro. Quite funny to look back at stuff like this. Thanks to Jon Pratt for sending this my way, and also the memories!

Spacial Awareness (1995) from Plectic Communications on Vimeo.

Thursday, 18 June 2009

New Dez Maarsen edit

Nice Dez Maarsen edit just gone up on lostbmx, check this out!! Kid has skills...

Lyon edit No 2

Nice edit from the agoride crew showing all levels, good stuff from Maxandre, and Matthias in this one, opposite xft upside down body varial to two footed dump truck, check it out..

Wednesday, 17 June 2009

Albert Retey World Champion 1993

One of the best runs i've ever seen ever, the music added to it, check out this footage, I think everyone that was there would agree with me, this felt like it was meant to happen. Incredible run. Goosebumps again...

ESPN: What happened to flatland coverage?

Interesting read on the ESPN site today, Roy Christopher writes about the lack of flatland coverage in the mainstream media, and why this occurs, for the most point, stating the obvious, still at least someones out there exposing flatland to the masses via the ESPN site.


Tuesday, 16 June 2009

New Keisuke Tanigawa edit

Two new japanese edits in one day, these guys are progressive, this one is from Keisuke's blog, and I cant figure out whether there is an embed code or what as writing is all in japanese, so you will have to make do with the link, well worth watching, gets tech at the end, hit the rewind at 2:51, seriously tech switch, boomerang opposite xft hang 5 jump through frame to spinning circle k to halfpacker + the last combo!!, nuff buttery and flow! thanks to taku for the hook up on this one...


Hiroya Morisaki new edit

Jump lash tech from one of the world's finest, Hiroya Morisaki, enjoy!

Hiroya Morizaki I♡BMX from VimeoT3T on Vimeo.

Sunday, 14 June 2009

FM exclusive! Sam Foakes August 2008 edit

Check this out! Tgm Maz has just dropped this, lil bit of background...Sam wanted to show a very progressive time in his riding career,and as hes not competing this year he wanted people to see this stuff, the three links that you see back to back, they were right as Mario turned the camera on! And the 7 infront of the bar whips to halfpacker backwards backpacker out, that was on a very wet day at tgm, pissing with rain, windy as fuck, right now i'd say this is one of the most progressive edits out there. Thanks to Mario and Sam for sharing this groundbreaking time in Sam's career. Amazing!!

SAM FOAKES AUGUST 08 from TGM Maz on Vimeo.

Saturday, 13 June 2009

With the worlds fast approaching...

With the weeks counting down the 2009 Worlds in Koln is fast approaching, and last years winner Sam Foakes not competing, who will win this year? Two of the favourites must be current World Circuit No 1 Matthias Dandois, and Justin Miller, Justin has won the masters three times in a row (comparably to Martti's triple X games wins in a row), Matthias interestingly has never won the Masters (worlds this year), also Adam Kun always seems to do well in Koln, placing top three on three separate occasions. Heres two battles between Matthias and Justin, each going either way. Who will win this year? Let us know what you think?

Flatground semi final 2007, Matthias wins...

Final Magic Flart, Columbia 2008, Justin Wins...

Max and Charles agoride edit

New talents emerging from the french scene, Maxandre is on flow from A bad thing, Charles Paty has crazy pumping style, saw him at the circle cow 2 years ago, has improved a lot...Good to see a new generation of riders coming through..

Day Smith then and now (97/09)

Day Smith kills it in this graveyard static video 1997, one of the most powerful styles ever in flatland, an inspiration to many pros. I've had the pleasure of riding with Day at the Intrikat jams a fair few times in recent years, hes still on it, I hope someone makes a new web edit that showcases all his new stuff, incredible!

Modern "day" webcam style...

Thursday, 11 June 2009

Past World Champions: Andrew Faris 1997 + top three

Eindhoven 1997, awesome contest in the ice rink, Andrew Faris dropped this incredible run to take the win, Jason Brown brought his consistency and powerful style to a second place finish. And Martti Kuoppa won the admiration of every flatlander in the world, with his creative tricks, massive long combos. Take a look. Paul Roberts brought a great atmosphere to this contest, I remember having goosebumps watching this live. This contest basically started a few years rivalry between Faris and Kuoppa, and the progression of flatland boomed as a result.

Hardcore Radness

Loving this!!! I have these on video somewhere, golden videos, awesome footage of Pete Brandt, Ross Smith busting out, Claude Hickman who made these videos still rides...Enjoy...

Wilhelm's Dan Comp ad out on Props video magazine right now

Matt's Dans Comp commercial for Props is now available, Issue 72 to be exact. Here it is...Been a while since a flatland commercial was on Props, killer back speed on this back wheel combo, and much respect to Dans Comp for putting it out there exposing flat to the masses, great stuff!

+ This is the only bit of flatland in issue 72 mind you...

That one handed whiplashes edit..

Bram Verhallen is one of the most talented riders i've ever seen, I mean this video is ridiculous!! Yes its old, but it is timeless.. One handed whiplashes are hard enough, but he's just making fun of them holding the camera like that!! Incredible control to do this..

Wednesday, 10 June 2009

Trevlon Hall on ESPN's site

Brian Tunney's done a great interview for the ESPN site on Trevlon's quest for a legit flatland spot, the interview will come in two parts (part two tommorow), check out the link here:


Tuesday, 9 June 2009

More MK bangers

Continuing from yesterdays post about MK, heres two of arguebale his finest creations in flatland, these two links are monsters!! I honestly think he could drop these right now, and blow everyone away. Is it old, yes, but is is better (ie, creative/difficultly) than whats being done currently, yes!! What do you think?

Martti Kuoppa 2002-2003

I just got done watching this video of MK in and around his prime, when he killed every comp, and it left me with a thought, this guy was at the top, and he brought something to the sport to be at the top, he brought his own creative flair, almost all the tricks you see are either his tricks, or he's added something to them to make them his own. This is a top pro rider in my mind. Im currently more stoked watching old videos than I am new contest videos, riders dont seem to have that creative spark currently, what are others peoples thoughts on this? Dont hold back now, lets hear it!

Style: Jay Jones

Jay Jones killed it in the late 80's/early 90's, first saw this guy ride at the Trier Worlds, cranked so fast into tricks, inspired many during the early nineties, first guy i ever saw do switch hand hang nothings, style for miles. Enjoy!!

Jay Jones from Adam Guild on Vimeo.

Agoride Lyon edit

Monday, 8 June 2009

Videos from Barcelona contest

Kotaros run

Matthias run

Some practise footage

Toyama contest report + photos

Moto Sasaki pedal hang five jump switch to steam!!

Angchang getting crazy in the polluted river after the contest, only in Japan!!!

Top three, Ucchie, Takahiro and York.

Four riders from the east took a trip to Hokuriku area for An-cup flatland contest.
An-cup took place in Toyama on 7th of june.
Me and Moto Sasaki and Takahiro Ikeda, Takashi Ishida decided to stop Komatsu to ride and hang out with York Uno and Komatsu riders.
We really had good time there. York and Shingo, Yuta and Yuya took us to beach and a great seafood restaurant by the beach after riding session.
We talked a lot about flatland with beer and tasty food! Thanks to Komatsu crew for great host!
Komatsu has one of the best flatland scene in Japan and Next KING OF GROUND is held in Komatsu, Ishikawa.
Komatsu riders are working hard for organizing and promoting KOG in Komatsu, I was there last year that was the best flatland event I've ever been to.
So dont miss it!
They wont disappoint you! I guarantee.

Komatsu riding scene.

Sunday morning we headed to Toyama for An-cup.
This contest was oganized by Angchang(a rider from toyama) to help flatland grow in Hokuriku area.
The comp started with Angchang decade instead of a pledge of fair play on behalf of all the riders in beautiful park by dirty river in Toyama city.
There were three classes at the comp, about 50 riders showed up.

York Uno.

The floor was slanted so most of riders struggled with it, even York and Ucchie were having hard time to pull thier tricks.
But Takahiro Ikeda did perfect run with his crazy fast spining tricks at high class final!
Ike swept to win the comp for his first time with prize money!
After the call of his first victory we threw him into the polluted river! and Angchang after him!
Congratulation Ike!

Here is the result of high class final...

1 Takahiro Ikeda
2 Yohei Uchino
3 York Uno

Report plus photos by Takugi Kasahara.

Baco 3 York jam session

The 2009 York jam is coming up June 20th, heres some golden riding from Baco 3 of Chase and Kevin, check the second combo in, Chase backwards decade to switch foot gerator perverted, out!!! Emmense still!!!

Barceleona Extreme Results

Looks like a great weekend in Barcelona, the floor looked half decent as well!! Decent turnout of pros, making this look like a contest to attend in the future? And also Nathan Penonzek riding!!!!

1-Matthias Dandois
2-Viki Gomez
3-Kotaro Tanaka
4-Martti Kuoppa
5-Nathan Penonzek
7-Alex Jumelin
8-Raphael Chiquet

Sunday, 7 June 2009

Takahiro Ikeda wins Toyama contest

Last week second at the Under 23's this week, a big win in the pro class (First time?) for the time machine wizard Takahiro Ikeda, congrats!!!!!

1-Takahiro Ikeda
2-Yohei Uchino
3- York Uno

This is takahiro, amazing kid, big future ahead of him..

Report coming soon...

Past world champions..

With the worlds a month away, I wanted to pay respect to past worldchampions counting down to the event, some of which are still riding and killing it in their own way. First up is Phil Dolan's winning run from Koln 1996..

Saturday, 6 June 2009

Josh Briars stars in this rather bizarre flick...

Living Wild from Struan Farquhar on Vimeo.

Darksides: Tim Knoll

This guy is under the radar somewhat, lil coverage on global flat every now and then, check this video out, gnarly slick darkside combos. Fun to watch.

More from the Under 23's contest in Yokohama

Footage from battle between Nao and Doko...

Friday, 5 June 2009

Yammer movie

As well as influencing a new generation with his style and tricks, Yammer drops the occasional movie every now and then, this ones a few years old, hopefully we will see more of his work sooner rather than later.

Simon Marsan!

This is old, but still theres part of this edit that are incredible, enjoy if you haven't seen it!

Wednesday, 3 June 2009

HOMAGE: Colin Smith and his videos

A new section to flatmatters, where I will be "homage" to riders and filmers who have helped progress the scene, influencing the past and present to this day.
That quiet lad from the Shetland islands who would always be at all the main events (1997-2000) with video camera glued to all the riding, Colin Smith was a flatland enthusiast who made his mark on the flatland world without probably even realising it, his videos stand the test of the time to this day, A Breed Apart was perhaps his most popular video, not to forget A way to enlarge time, and SOB.
Colin helped capture an "era" of riding that was golden. All his videos contain a healthy mix of contest footage and practise footage, also lot of privatre sessions. If you havent seen any of his videos, take a look at these, and even if you have, memories!!
Colin always had that knack of being in the right place at the right time,I miss the days of recieving videos/dvds full of un edited unused footage from Colin. Much respect due.

"I liked the music of his videos. I also liked the fact that they had contest footage mixed in with hardcore session clips. I can remember watching those VHS tapes until they were so worn out they would almost not even play."
Terry Adams

A Way To Enlarge Time from colin smith on Vimeo.

A Breed Apart flatland video 1998 from colin smith on Vimeo.

"My first experience of Colin Smiths work was A Breed Apart. What an inspiring vid. For me the video was all about a good vibe and most notably the explosive progression of Martti in 98, post army. All of Colin's work is great quality and he always seems to capture the best riding from any event - you can count on that. Thanks Colin for your commitment to the sport, and for making a funny noise when Martti pulled a pedal deathtruck to pedalling time machine.Ohhh yeaaaah. Hopefully it wont be another 5 years before I see you again!"
Sam Foakes

SOB flatland video from colin smith on Vimeo.

Vancouver old school edit/ Pete Olsen edit

Great footage of Cory Strat busting, and our japanese correspondant Takuji Kasahara, love these old school scene edits. Anyone know if Cory Strat is still riding?

Pete Olsen has been contributing some rad old school edits to FM, the one above for example, Marcos de Jesus edits, heres an old school edit, mad skills, check it out!!

Marcos de Jesus

Pete Olsen sent me a few links on videos that have been forgotten about, two of them were from Marcos des Jesus "aka piggy", check the first video ender, backyard whopper direct to spinning hitch,no scuffs, how many people have forgotten about that?? Argueably one of the fastest styles in flat, awesome guy to watch, enjoy the videos...

Flatland Mix Tape(volume One) from Marcos de Jesus on Vimeo.

Tuesday, 2 June 2009

New Kotaro Tanaka edit

This guy has been off the radar since Red Bull COB a few years back?? Enjoy...

U 23's Yokohama edit

Monday, 1 June 2009

A bad thing in Lyon edit

Lot of posts tonight!! Quick edit from the bad thing guys, Lyon contest looks good, nice area!!

Abadthing/Com'In Lyon from Matthias Dandois on Vimeo.


Normally not a fan of rider websites, but Ucchie's seems better than most.Nice graphic style to the site. Lots of videos to watch, how tos, slow mo vids, check it out.


Sample of one of ucchies videos below...

Tsutomu Kitayama makes like Adam Kun without brakes

This maybe a direct tax of Mr Kun, but brakeless...nuts!!!

Highrollers 6: Andrew Faris, Jason Brown, Jamie Macintosh etc

Lot of talk since flat friday, on Andrew Faris, this video here was as his career as a pro flatlander was on the rise, check this out, the quality is terrible, but theres some great stuff on here.

Highrollers 6: Journey from whatever, you know? on Vimeo.