Regardless of no contests or not in 2020, it has already been a great year for Terry Adams. TA has really knuckled down and got to work under the MK Format regime, and looks in better shape physically and riding wise than ever before.
During the global lockdown, Terry won the Game of Bike against Alex Jumelin, Matthias Dandois, Martti Kuoppa, Frank Lucas and Travis Collier, that’s a stacked group of heavy hitters!
This edit features a bunch of clips from that Game of Bike plus his regular instagram posts, put it altogether, and you have a banging edit!
Enjoy this one, let’s discuss this edit in the comments.
What’s up everyone? It’s time for episode 44 of the Flatmattersonline exclusive. It is a really good feeling when I get a FM exclusive that I wasn’t expecting, for me doing this it really feels like it’s working when this happens.
Satoshi Ojima stepped up for 44, Satoshi is from Osaka Japan and has been riding for 17 years. He drops a heavy line with two halfpacker pivot to opposite xft hikers in one line, what I liked about this the most was the feeling I got from watching it.
I thought about the struggle, and the push to document and push his riding, this is what these clips are all about.
Thank you Satoshi for contributing, I shall be keeping an eye out on him for sure.
Must Watch edits are normally reserved for this edits riders have worked on for a while, on the flip side. What if, you are so good that you can bang out a whole series of unique lines and do it with style. Dane Beardsley is one of those riders, in this edit although I have seen the clips individually on instagram. It is still so impressive and needs to seen, the footwork particularly stands out in this daily 2020 part.
Hit play and you will see what I am talking about, Dane is incredible.
It is always a treat to see what Brian Tunney is up to, so much skill, control and depth in his riding. Brian continues on his path of exploring undertaker and elbow variations in his July 2020 edit, today is a good day on FM!
It’s a good start to the week on Flatmattersonline. So many edits, to get your teeth into this morning and get hyped for your session today. George Manos is one of the most creative riders on the planet and works some interesting ideas in this “DORSOFPERSEPS” edit.
Especially liked the no handed switch foot 5 turbine move going on 1:10, and the Body English going on at 1:21, so rad!
It’s been a few weeks since I dropped a Classic Monday’s feature, and when Jody Temple sent in this Stephen Hearn “Create” video part from 2006. It was immediately my thought to save this for a “Classic Monday”, if you missed this one the first time round when it dropped, you are in for a treat.
This part is so good, 14 years on this part still holds strong to this day. Literally everything he does is amazing, if I had to pick a standout its the x-ft half hiker pivot backwards halfpacker to left/right side backwards backpacker to right side backwards halfpacker to backwards crack at 2:09!
Like I said everything in this part hits hard, no filler at all!
Stephen Hearn take a bow, I hear this was all filmed in an hour! Incredible….
The contests may not be happening this year, but riders are still training hard and working on their consistency ready for the green light. Lee Musselwhite just dropped this nice training montage video to show a little behind the scenes action.