inigo Arroyo Gutierrez has foot jam decades on lock, check this short edit Jason Forde put together of inigo showing a few variations on the foot jam decade.
In terms of the flatland/street crossover it’s of course debatable, but I would say no one right now is as progressive in that style of riding than this young prodigy from Brazil, Mateus Beckmann!
5:30 of fresh flat/skatepark footage that leaves you scratching your head, is there anything this young talent cannot do.
I’m already on the fourth watch before I posted this, some of the highlights so far include:
-180 hop backwards manual junkyard line at 00:26.
-The x-fted BB manual to decade out of the two footed backyard line at 1:36.
-The huge 5 off flat bank half cab whip out around 2:18.
-Inward direction half bar flip decade at 2:37
I could go on, definitely worth watching this young prodigy do his thing and kill it hard on all terrain. Motivational!
At least once a year it is worth reposting this epic part from flatland jedi, Shintaro Misawa filmed between 2007-2010! Few can move around the bike and execute moves with buttery style like Shintaro, well worth a rewatch!
Enjoyed this edit documenting the chase for inwards peg wheelie to inward direction foot jam decade by Lindsey La’akea Bode, hit play!
Kicking off Wednesdays posts still on that Bike Days theme, heres an official edit from the BD crew from Friday’s “Battle in the Nations” contest. Good vibes..
The search is always on to find a better spot to ride flatland, young buck Etienne Bergeron from Canada is now enjoying the summertime weather and the opportunity to get out there and ride. Keep shredding Etienne!
Joel describes this latest birthday edit with a lil twist:
“It’s that time of year again. A time to reflect on the past year and move forward with the next. To celebrate my birthday this year I did both by doing 28 tricks for my 28th birthday, all tricks I have learned in the past year being 27. This was no easy task since some of these tricks I haven’t done in 6 months plus, and having to recall many like that is quite a challenge, but a good one. I like doing this, it really tested and validates my progression over a year to force myself to recall tricks. and Every year t I didn’t make a list of tricks I wanted to hit, I just went out and thought of them as I went, so there are a few tricks I learned this year that I missed and but should’ve made it in, but I thought of them after I was done. Oh well.
I highly suggest you riders do this. Can you learn as many tricks as you are old in one year?”
It’s going to be a busy week here on Flatmattersonline, plenty of edits to get your teeth into. Enjoy this new edit out of the skillful Mates Tuček, theres a lot to take in on both wheels. I really liked the backwards xft hang 5 to xft steam at 1:21, there is plenty more though. Enjoy!
Documenting your progression is always a good way to motivate yourself and continue on your own personal journey, Lachlan Cameron just published this nice new edit with a few new learns included, hit play and check this one out.