Short and sweet “Switching 2016” that looks like a teaser for a main edit to come from Mates Tuček? Whatever the case, this one is easy on the eyes!
Kunstform BMX Shop & Mailorder over in Stuttgart, Germany just posted this nice instagram compilation edit with John Krämer, enjoy this one!
During the lead up to the Real City Spin contest back in August, Fishbone team mates Jean-François Boulianne & Alberto Moya enjoyed an awesome session out on the streets of Montreal. Hit play for a good one!
Oh boy, this whet’d the appetite somewhat, combine Heresy’s Sebastian Grubinger & Matthieu Bonnecuelle and a couple of moves I have never seen before, that apparently leftovers! And you wonder what’s coming?? I’ve already hit the rewind several times on Matthieu’s slow carving whiplash line at 00:17, Sebsastian’s xft backwards fakie one handed foot jam whiplash stall at 00:34 is such a nice idea! And if I had to pick a favourite line of the edit it would have to be Matthieu’s front yard foot jam stall no handed one footed going backwards and forwards at 1:10, this is an awesome edit that I have hit the rewind several times! Enjoy!
Great edit by Sevisual of the annual Vienna jam which this year took place at the Wiener Fahrradschau as part of a bicycle exhibition last weekend. Nothing but good vibes with Sebastian Grubinger, Viki Gomez, Mates Tucek, Sietse Van Berkel, Rob Alton and many more, also great to see some flatland tuition going down. Really enjoyed this, and no doubt you will to!
It looks like I somehow missed this “Rolaid Clips 2014” edit from Steve Mulder the other day. If you don’t already know, Steve is one of the best to ever touch a flatland bike. These rolaid moves could be played in ten years time, and still retain their appeal and difficulty! Respect!
Starting a big week off with a banger from Lee Musselwhite, who has been working on his consistency all year which has helped him get to the level of being able to string together some of his hardest signature moves into one heavy line. From the opening spider glide into black widow switch, this is real combination of what flatland is all about: hard work to get the consistency, and the artistic/creative side!
Early doors car park session with Mike O’Connell in Woking, here in the UK. This edit bought a lot of memories riding with Mike in Southsea during my younger years. Really enjoyed watching this, and stoked to see Mike still has some flatland skills going on!