This weeks Throwback is dedicated to the amazing Kerry Gatt and his section from the 1995 Standard Style Cats video! Lot of awesome techniques and concepts that could be used today within this one!
Following the Kuoppa Gomez Bikes interview yesterday, it only makes sense to dedicate this weeks Throwback to Martti Kuoppa and Viki Gomez. Let’s go back two years to the release of the FM award winning, Bombarderos!
Probably showing my age, but I find myself watching a lot of older videos for inspiration. With that said, this morning I found myself watching this amazing Trevor Meyer section from the 1994 Ells Bell video, Ring the Gack! This footage is still amazing to this day.
This weeks TBT is dedicated to the man, Pete Olsen and this amazing “The Last Ten” part he filmed in Saskatoon, Canada in the fall of 2011. Well worth a re-watch!
I was thinking about who to choose for this weeks throwback, and a social media post by James White made my decision a whole lot easier. Lets go back to 2010, and Sam Foakes entry for the Groundtactics contest. Amazing!
Whilst I have been off work injured, I have naturally had a lot of free time to kill. It’s been a good time to watch a lot of old videos, and came across this ESPN broadcast that focusses on the rivalry between Andrew Faris and Trevor Meyer at the New York B3 contest in 1997!
I had the pleasure of judging with Frank Lucas the past few weekends at the BMX Cologne event, and also the Worlds at NASS. It is hard to believe this video was 16 years ago, and the spastic front yard to no handed xft pedal teakettle still stands up today! Enjoy!
Hard to believe this amazing departure edit with one of the most stylish riders to ever touch the back wheel, Taiko Kaneta dropped four years ago! Certainly overdue a repost, and rewatch!
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!