Fresh new edit out of the incredible David Nagy, this one takes a more realistic view of flatland riding with some bails and touches. As always David always drops something and at 1:21 a variation on the no handed time machine I have never seen before, this is sweet!
Over the winter, Art Thomason teamed up with Jesse Edwards to film this winter at Art’s backyard riding spot. Nice mix of drone captures to mix things up from the norm, and plenty of hi-tech flatland as you would expect from Art in this one. Yes Art!
If you lived under a rock and somehow missed the Nice Nice Very Nice video. It appears Steven Lapsley is no releasing the sections individually, the first I have come across. Enoki Takahiro!
Taking a break from all the Fise World coverage the past few days, kicking off our Wednesday posts with this fresh edit from the stylish Korean Pro, LeeHeeSung. Tight camera work and locations in this one.
If you are not instagram you will have missed a lot of these clips from the explosive Marcos de Jesus! I am left wondering how many tyres Marcos must go through on the regular, always a treat to watch this guy ride. Don’t sleep on this one.
Raphael Chiquet is putting in work in 2019, already a full part on “Nice, Nice, Very Nice”, competing worldwide on the contest circuit, not to mention all the travel and practise that goes hand in hand with that. And today, Raphael launched his own Youtube channel with another part full of his original moves and style. Look forward to seeing what Raphael shows on his channel in the future, great start!
“One night, after a long afternoon of riding, my friend Koichi (alias Forkone) started trying a new movement on the bike.
I began to try it too and we started to get into a loop together, putting ourselves in a “flatrance” mood (flatland transe).
Hidenori set the atmosphere, playing the Kalimba along with the rain and our energy.
Taku and Frankie were also actors of this protocol, as they were attentive to the action, as much as the riders.
Without any actual verbal organization, an implicit ceremony was set, everyone playing his role.
Five people focused on the realization of one movement and the tension before it.
I just asked Koichi: “we can film?!””
For years, David Nagy has been one of the most underrated riders in the European flatland scene. And his latest work in progress edit doesn’t disappoint. Lots of really nice concepts going on, treat yourself.
Joel Schallhorn just dropped his 31st birthday edit whilst he is out in China. Firstly, Happy Birthday Joel, 31 birthday tricks that he learnt within the last year. Joel intros the video, riding kicks in around the 2:18 mark. As always this one is refreshing full of lot of potential trick directions. Really enjoyed this and I am sure you will do too….