Like a true artist sometimes your work is never complete, where does it all end? From the 1:43 mark George Manos breaks new ground and I can’t wait to see the ride-in’s and his work completed. Hope to see this by the end of the year, no pressure George!
It’s wild to think Giannis Caternellis is 119 edits in on his freestyler series, and shows no signs of stopping. Thats a huge contribution to flatland right there, this man’s bag of tricks is something else!
Brant Moore was recently passing through Chenga with the Work BMX team, and got to witness the Scott Powell show. One of the comments watching this stood out to me, about flatland being much more impressive in real life. I heard that a lot with the street riders at the Chiba X Games. Enjoy this quick edit when you get a moment!
Let’s get the regular day to day day updates rolling again…
Johann Chan took it upon himself to build up and ride an old 86 Diamond Back Strike Zone. Hitting up the legendary Romford Skatepark, and a nice hang nothing into cliffhanger towards the end, enjoyed this one!
So much to love about this new edit from James White, from the creative riding style that asks the question, is this flatland or street? the no handed pedal slide at 2:15 I have never seen before, this edit just flat out made me smile. And reminded me that BMX is fun, and James looks like he’s having the most fun out and about in London. Not to mention a classic Gunshot track to boot. Go watch this one, and get there riding and creating!
As I mentioned on the FM awards show, Breakthrough Rider of 2021 Varo Hernandez was working on a Welcome to Flybikes edit with Rafael Black and this doesn’t disappoint. Great riding with signature Varo smoothness, nice mix of locations, and quality filming and editing. Loving the last line at the 3:08, which takes unexpected twist. Great watch!
Congratulations to Dan Hennig, who got a well deserved spot on the Flat Society pro team! Hit play and enjoy this one!
So much good edits from Giannis Caternellis, hard to keep up with Giannis’ productivity. But, here is his latest, love the no handed ride in to the messiah line at 00:25. This one is well worth a watch!
After a week or so off updating the site, it’s time to get back to it and catch up with some updates from across the globe. Starting off with this solid street edit from Matthias Dandois for his new Haro La Bastille V2, hit play and enjoy watching Matthias kill it on the streets!
There are so many levels to this one, Joe Cicman inducted into the elusive Plywood Hoods, this prank takes on new levels when Kevin Jones walks upstairs at Chenga. Pure gold from everyone involved!