Much like the amazing edit I posted of Dub exploring the inside switch b rolling undertaker concept, Keelan Phillips explores the nose manual, and continues to perfect his execution of the multiple nose manual g-turns (loved the slow controlled nose in circles to backwards nose around the 1:30 + look out for the banger at 2:30). Absolutely incredible level of execution, that takes our sport up a level!
On August 2nd, 2013 I posted this “Must Watch” edit featuring S&M’s Chad Johnston.
“Always a treat to see what Chad is up to. It looks like the Long Beach Underground got hot, and he went out to Sea Level for riding spots. The last two lines standout for me, the cranked blender with a neat trackstand exit, to the stem entry to double footed karl, Chad’s riding never disappoints. Pure artistry right here!”
Well worth a re watch or if you missed this the first time round!
Dub has been working on his amazing inside switch b rolling brakeless undertaker all winter long and has come up with 8 new variations in this amazing new “Upgrade 2: Undercover” edit, from the opening inside switch b undertaker to two footed backyard I was gripped to this. If I had to pick a standout it would be the ant rider turbines directly into inside switch b undertaker out at around the 2:45, furious! This is amazing, hitting the rewind, take a concept and push it as far as you can!
We didn’t have to wait long for the Quentin Pelorson’s Seeking Part 3 edit following his short trailer earlier in the week.
From the opening downside whiplash pedal 5 stepped beautifully into x-ft halfpacker, this edit really caught my attention. Quite possibly my favourite line is at the 1:13 mark, I’ve already rewinded this part twice to work out what happened, I could go on and on here. Let’s instead discuss this amazing edit in the comments section. Thank you Quentin for this, flatland just went up a notch!
In terms of the flatland/street crossover it’s of course debatable, but I would say no one right now is as progressive in that style of riding than this young prodigy from Brazil, Mateus Beckmann!
5:30 of fresh flat/skatepark footage that leaves you scratching your head, is there anything this young talent cannot do.
I’m already on the fourth watch before I posted this, some of the highlights so far include:
-180 hop backwards manual junkyard line at 00:26.
-The x-fted BB manual to decade out of the two footed backyard line at 1:36.
-The huge 5 off flat bank half cab whip out around 2:18.
-Inward direction half bar flip decade at 2:37
I could go on, definitely worth watching this young prodigy do his thing and kill it hard on all terrain. Motivational!
Dominik Nekolny does not play, incredible around the world skills mixed with two xft hitch pict to backwards backpackers with the latter coming out opposite and back into around the world xft in this new clip from last nights session. Incredible!!
This is somewhat of a different “Must Watch” than I normally do as this video for Colony BMX dropped about a month ago on Facebook and I wasn’t able to post it on the site. So it doesn’t have the same impact as a video you haven’t already seen but equally there is so much good stuff within this edit I had to give it the “Must watch” tag. And is also even more amazing when you consider his health problems, so good to see Simon back and firing!
Standouts for me are:
-the quick blender out opposite side I’ve been waiting to see for years at 1:16.
-forward karl jump to backwards halfpacker turbine forwards line at 2:10.
– Fire hydrant decade mega spin to Edgar P time machine line at 2:50.
What great way to start the day. Here is a bank holiday treat from the incredible Hiroya Morizaki, here Hiroya teamed up with Taichi Kunieda to drop these two brand new amazing back wheel lines. So great to see Hiroya is still pushing hard, hitting the rewind again!
I’ve said it many times, but flatland really is perfect! And when you see tricks like this that do not even seem real, it inspires everyone! Thank you Martti, incredible creativity, skill and balance to get this done! Big up all the entries for Master of Creativity that inspired this move to happen.
I have been waiting to see Jason Plourde get this done for a while, and this upside down decade to xft ice cream is absolutely spot on! Amazing!