Now I wouldn’t normally give this video a Must Watch tag as I already gave it for the video premiere of Nice Nice Very Nice. But, this section I am sure will come back to in years to come discussing the groundbreaking moves Pedro does.
Truly Pedro is a man on his own path and doing his thing, the one footed hitch has sat untouched since Martti Kuoppa did it on I believe one of Jason Brown’s videos (RIP). Pedro found a way to hold it longer (1:52), if you have ever tried it you know the difficulty and also the one footed spinning version is jawdropping in difficulty at 1:11 and if thats not enough the ender just hurts my brain and knees watching, how do you learn this backpacker on the knees move?! Pedro is the man, as a culture we should celebrate this section! I feel like a kid watching Dorkin’ again.
What was your favourite line on the section? Let’s discuss this….
Right now, Mates Tucek is in my opinion one of the most skilled up and coming riders on the flatland scene. With one part, Nice Nice Very Nice under his belt and also another part dropping soon with Landscapes 3 soon to drop. The man has been busy, enjoy this one for now if you missed it!
Let’s take a little interlude from all the video part coverage, and go back to 1994 and a classic rolling clip from James White at the legendary South Bank riding spot. Will flatland be back there after the refurbishment, only time will tell….
Omari Cato sent this one in, low on views and definitely needs more love. As we all know the Japanese scene rules, quality riding from the likes of Benjamin Hudson, Dez Maarsen, Joel Schallhorn, Masato Ito, Takumi Isogai and many more at the Spaceark Jam in Kobe, Japan.