Knee 5’s anyone? Give episode 33 from the prolific Giannis Caternellis a watch, as always theres good ideas going on from all genres of flatland history!
Some fresh Brian Tunney footage to start the week, heres what Brian had to say about his latest project:
“Growing up, one of my all-time favorite tricks was a smith decade. About ten years ago, I took my back brakes off because maintaining them was a pain in the butt and I wanted a more simplistic approach to my bike setup. But I lost that one trick. This past summer, after a few dreams of doing that trick, I learned the brakeless version but wanted to incorporate more of the past and present into my riding, so I marched to Empire BMX and reinstalled a gyro, back brakes and all of the ridiculous detachable cable guides that come with my bike. The result has been a very good re-connection of me with my 15-year-old self. These are but a few of the things I’ve filmed with back brakes, ’80s inspiration and abundant, humid sunshine in the past few months. More is on the way soon, thanks for watching.”
Chill edit to start the week with Thiago and Lisias Tabarelli out of Brazil, enjoy!
Check out the official raw highlights from the NORA Cup Awards 2015 held in Las Vegas a few weeks ago. Once again congratulations to Viki Gome who took the flatlander of the year award!
Canadian Powerhouse drops a powerful back wheel line, as he warms up for Flatark in a few weeks, hit play!
Hit play and check out some amazing riding from Mat Hoffman and his team including some nice flatland clips from Matt Wilhelm and Art Thomason! Hard to believe Hoffman Bikes is coming up to its 25th anniversary, respect!
This morning I randomly got the urge to watch Canadians 3, filmed mostly in 1997 by Jason Brown. So much good riding in this from the likes of Jason himself, Andrew Faris, Martti Kuoppa, Stephane Royer, Dan Rigby and many more. Forgotten styles and tricks, well worth watching again!
Short Showtime edit here with Williams Perez, back wheel shredder out of Peru. Good vibes!
Joel Schallhorn is on fire with edits this week, definitely give this “Tianjin Trickery” edit that was filmed over the last six months in China your attention. Especially liked the one handed xft pedal 5 around the 1:42 mark, but theres so much more!