Jean-François Boulianne and Jean William Prévost escape the snow with a session at the Taz Skatepark where the Real City Spin contest was held in Montreal, Canada. Nice change of pace with Jean-François Boulianne on front wheel and Dub on the back wheel in this one, hit play!
This weekend it is the annual Fight the Winter contest in Göttingen, Germany. 600 Euros up for grabs at the Kauf Park. The first stop of the German Championships for 2018, hit play to check a short edit of Malte Orth, Alberto Moya, Gino Stuart and more busting out.
Matthias Dandois hit me up with some edit news, he just teamed up with Red Bull to film in Lisbon, and uses the city as his canvas. Head over to Red Bull site for a quick interview with the man himself.
Photo: Red Bull Content Pool.
Sometimes without planning, things fall right into place. Yukipkoproject aka Yuki Itoh just dropped this really nicely crafted edit of Nao Yoshida. Check back tomorrow for the interview with Yuki where we talk about his riding, filming, and much more!
Giannis Caternellis has been working on brakeless decade variations over the past month, there are some interesting variations to get inspired by. Hit play to see what he came up with!
Matthias Dandois just got a well deserved bump up to the Vans BMX Global team along with Bruno Hoffmann, check out this chill Welcome edit right here on FM!
Dustyn Alt & Kevin Nikulski are two of the raddest riders to hang out with in the game, stoked to wake up to this “Double Trouble” edit today. Both Dustyn and Kevin throw down with good vibes between the two throughout. Dustyn’s signature backwards time machine line is the highlight for me at the 1:29 mark and it’s looking dialled for the 2018 contest season, go watch this one now!
At the age of 48 years old, the original Scooter King James McGraw continues to progress and digs deep for his latest edit entitled “New Style”. James has been promising this was going to be his best edit yet and he delivers, two combos stand out for me include the inside switch b pivot g-roll spinning gerator body varial to inside spinning switch b back to xft peg wheelie back to inside switch b body pivot to spinning gerator body varial to spinning inside switch b at the 1:03 mark. The excitement is genuine, and I love his passion for flatland. When you ride with the man that passion is contagious and fuels the session.
The second combo that stood out for me is at the 1:45 mark, inside switch b dumped into ice cream to two footed backyard pivot spinning g-roll kick inside b back to xft peg wheelie pivot spinning g-roll spinning gerator body varial back to that sick scuffless spinning inside switch b. If James can match this level of difficulty in the contest arena he will knocking on the door, James has been sweating over a “Must Watch” for years and I’m happy to finally say the man well and truly deserves it. Go watch the edit for the rest, I just highlighted my favourites. James is an inspiration to us, riding better than ever at 48! Think about that, thank you for sharing this one James!
Following his reader choice 2017 flatmattersonline edit of the year James White hits us with his own short mix of LL Cool J’s “I’m Bad”. And if like me you were wondering why he cut his pedal down, well watch this and you will know the answer. Pure fun from James White, the man is Bad!