Khaled Huerta is naturally excited there is a big contest in Saudi Arabia this weekend, check this long front wheel line that Khaled is kinda of infamous for right now.
Kevin Nikulski has been out in California enjoying the winter sunshine in LA and hit up the AFA Round 1 contest in Huntington Beach this past weekend. Enjoy the clips, Juca Favela just posted online.
Bruno Zebu going the real right here, this is technical flatland at it’s finest. Hit play and admire the fluid motion of this gem from Bruno!
Keelan Phillips slows things down for this One Combo clip filmed on a sunny day at Victoria Park, in Leicester. Enjoy!
After a couple of days off updating the site, lets start the week with a “quick” treat from the incredible Marcos de Jesus. Just look at the speed Marcos is riding into that crackpacker line at, wow!
I took a couple of chill days off after flying back from California. And we are right back to it with a bang this Monday morning, good way to start the week. Khaled Huerta has been experimenting with trying to mix in different speeds mid line. Awesome as always, hit play and check it out!
Always a treat to see what Khaled Huerta is working on and today is no exception. Peep this awesome xft jump lash line that even includes a pedal steam, something we don’t see so much of nowadays.
Short and very sweet from Günter maTs out of Kyoto, Japan with his final trick of the year. Kind of like an ankle death crackpacker variation that I haven’t seen in a long time, nevertheless still an amazing move.
Masashi Itani & Sunny Singh met up for a session in Japan, and Sunny was able to chalk off two life goals in one day. Read his description and watch the video, the back wheel line from Masashi is off the chart!
“Two. Today I knocked out two life goals ever since I made my first BMX video back in 2000: 1) Ride with and film a Japanese pro rider at a famous spot in Japan and 2) Pull a trick of my own in Japan. Spent a few hours today riding with 2nd generation pro rider Masashi Itani and 13 year old Sakura Kawaguchi, who is just getting into flatland. In a scene dominated by men it was really great seeing her work on new tricks. She is part of the emerging 3rd generation of Japanese riders who are pushing the boundaries in terms of originality and technicality.
It took Masashi several tries to land this combo. The difficulty was the final cross footed pivot before scuffing the ride out. We had a radio playing and for good luck he switched the song to the KRS-One track that I used in the video I produced for him earlier this year from our session in Hawaii. Sometimes the right tune puts you in the headspace you need to be in.”
Have we all recovered from that insane Matthieu Bonnecuelle edit yet? Let’s get back to our normal posting today, beginning with this nice clip from Nous BMX rider. Yu Yamamoto. The two footed backyard jump to manual at the 00:33 mark is awesome, hit play!