Not seen this run before from Derek Schott, worthy of this weeks OSS! The man who invented the rolled (and drops it second attempt at the end of his run!), and a whole lot more besides. Derek was so good, watch this one the whole way through, the run builds after a few early mistakes.
I’ve missed a couple of OSS back to back, so its time to get back in the groove. For this weeks OSS we go back to 1986, and RL Osborn’s run from the AFA Masters in Columbus, Ohio.
For this weeks OSS its go back to 1989, and the Ohio flatland scene was huge with regular regional events building the scene. One of the heavyweights to come out of that scene, was Danny Meng, hit play for some late 80s style.
The Flatland Junkies Youtube channel is full of old school gems, this week we go back to the King of Flatland contest in 1988 and no other than the man with an unmistakable energetic style, Perry Mervar!
It’s been a few weeks, so lets make this a good one from the archives. Let’s go back to 1988, and some rad footage from the Pro Class at the 88 AFA Masters in Carson, California featuring Dennis McCoy, Martin Aparijo, Woody Itson, Chris Lashua and more.
Sometimes the lines are blurred for me what is old school, mid school, and so on. This weeks OSS is dedicated to Simon Stojko Falk, he and his father used to document the European flatland contests so well (into full videos with the top three) in each class. Simon deserves a bit of attention himself, rad style! Check his run from the 97 Worlds in Eindhoven.
This weeks OSS is dedicated to one of my favourite riders, Steve Mulder. During the 80’s, regional contests were a regular thing both in the USA and the UK. And Ohio, had so many events going on for the scene to grow, hit play for some Old School Mulder! Style for miles…
This weeks OSS is a heartfelt one for sure, many of us are still coming to terms with the very sad news of Hiro Tsuchida passing away earlier in the week. Absolute no brainer to dedicate this weeks OSS post to Hiro. Let’s go back to 1991 and the Rampage contest, love the opening Cliff to hitch. RIP Hiro Tsuchida.
It’s that time of the week, O-Zone really had one of the best teams in the late 80’s. Always a treat to see some Gerry Smith footage and that last trick from the 88 AFA Masters in Carson, California, BOOM!
I hope you all enjoyed the Pete Brandt interview, I took the day off updating yesterday so today let’s get back on the normal update routine here at Flatmattersonline HQ. Frankie Arnwine was name I used to see a lot in the magazines back in the 80’s, stoked to come across this footage from 1988 at what looks like a local AFA contest in Columbus Ohio. And also once again, big up the Freestyle BMX Junkies youtube page, pretty much the best OLD School flatland channel on the net.