Like I said plenty of awesome throwback material today! Hit play to check out this awesome Michael Steingräber video part put together for the Dragonfly Changes DVD 2004. Killer ambidextrous bike control, if you missed this one back in the day, you are in for a real treat! Stoked to watch this one back again this morning.
Plenty of nice throwback footage for you today, starting with this Flatring 2006 final battle footage with two heavy weights Justin Miller vs Martti Kuoppa. Enjoy this trip down memory lane!
For this weeks throwback we go back to that one time Chad Johnston invited Justin Miller and Pete Brandt to Long Beach, California for a video project. Chad was working on a system where every trick had a value and set out to score these two riders combos taking into number of attempts, errors, etc. Check out the edited version right here!
Plnety of talk already at BITR about the Flatland Fury event put on The Flatlander.com in Bethpage, New York in September 2002. Michael Sommer is of course a judge here at BITR, lets check out his run from this contest!
I had a great time competing in finals at the 2000 B3 X Games Trials St. Petersburg, FL, check out some of the ESPN Tv coverage from this contest that Nathan Penonzek ended up taking the win at!
This amazing video that later went on to swoop the Flatmatters year end awards dropped two years ago today so it only seems to make sense to me to re-up this masterpiece by Tom over at Sevusual featuring Sebastian Grubinger and Alexis Desolneux.
For this weeks Throwback we go back to 1999, and the World Championships in Madrid, Spain! Featuring riding from Armin Batoumeni, Christophe Dassie, Day Smith, Miguel Valero, Michael Sommer, and yours truly! Nice trip down memory lane.
The Nass contest used to run as the UK Flatland Championships, this weekend Matti Hemmings and myself are bringing it back in a big way at the Birmingham NEC Cycle Show. What better time to go back and check out what went down back in 2008 with the likes of Keelan Phillips, Alex Jumelin, myself, Matthias Dandois and Sam Foakes competing.
Tomorrow we drop a big interview with Heresy rider, Sebastian Grubinger! Only makes sense that this weeks Throwback goes to the man himself, we go back just a couple of years to 2012 and a beautiful edit he did with Tom at Sevisual. Definitely worth a watch again!