Quentin continues on with his how to theme, showing some of the possibilities of each trick chosen, today is the turn of the Hitchiker.
Category Archive: Flatland How-To’s
If you saw the time machine how-to edit Quentin Pelorson dropped a few weeks ago and read the story, you will know the deal. If you missed it, hit the link below, and catch up on this nice story, today is the turn of the hang five and variations on this trick!
Quentin Pelorson sent in this great story to go this how-to time machine edit, read on:
“I start a new playlist videos to list tricks and help young riders to learn flatland.
There are 2 kids in my city that started BMX Flatland one year ago, and after learning steam roller, hang five, cyclone and megaspin they blocked and didn’t know what to do next. One of them felt in love with the Time Machine trick, every weekend he asks me to show him how to do.
I discovered that he knew only one way to go on the pedal, and when I show him some others he manages to do the trick. I did this video to show him different way to do time machine, and this video helped him, so i think it could be a good thing to share it.
The goal is to show to advanced beginners several variations of a trick, may be it will give them some ideas.
I plan to do the same with the common tricks like hang five, halfpacker…
It may interest you for your website.
Anyway, the others video will be add to this playlist.”
Tim Knoll is back with his unique how to series, hit play to listen and watch Tim explain the “Knoll Roll”…
Nice feel to this slow motion edit, but together by Sampa BMX rider Ederson Ferreira!
Tim Knoll explains how-to do this skate inspired trick, the Slidewind. Hit play!
No narrative in this how-to decade, just watch the slow-mo to see Ederson’s technique.
Keisuke shows some flatland basics with japanese subtitles, at the legendary Kobe flatland spot!
Tim is blowing up his youtube channel right now with a bunch of awesome how-tos, check out this How to Poleswing with a bike.
Tim Knoll gives some good pointers on how to grip ride, digging the point of view angles in this how-to!