Category Archive: Throwback Thursdays
Just came across this throwback edit from Ulrich Kittel, what amazing talent this guy was. What happened to him? Look out for his signature style on the backwards backpacker line at 3:31, still dope to this day! Looks like this was shot late 90′s.
For this weeks Throwback we go back to 1989 and a great bit of history that made it’s way onto the internet a few years back, thanks to AJ @Habnad. Kevin Jones’ ground breaking run from the AFA Masters Bristol PA 1989. This was the first time anyone publicly saw the hitchhiker and the backpacker pre-internet days, not to mention as Brett Downs commented, “95 percent of his run and his tricks, who else can say that?”. Do yourself a favour, whether your old school, new school whatever labels you chose, watch the crowd reaction when Jones pulls out the backpacker at around 3:58. This is without a doubt one of the influential moments in BMX and Flatland. Thank you Kevin Jones and thank you AJ for the re-upload in better quality! This is golden!
For this weeks Throwback we go back to 2011, and Steve Mulder’s amazing throwback part. This is definitely worth a rewatch!
Also hit Steve’s throwback interview:
Dub of course as we all know, took the top spot in the video contest for a free flight to the Battle in the Rockies contest in November. Let’s go back to 2010, and see where his riding style evolved from.
Nice fan Backyard compilation from 1993 featuring amazing riding from the likes of Dylan Worsley (check his section from Angus at 1:02), Chase Gouin, Day Smith, Steve Roy, Alexis Desolneux, Edgar Plascenia, Chad Degroot, and many more!
Let’s kick off Fridays posts with this flashbcak to 1992 and the 2-Hip Living on the edge video featuring the King of New York contest and Trevor Meyer section from around the 11min mark through till 14:58. Enjoy this trip down memory lane.
Chad Degroot drops some knowledge on the history of Baco, hit play for Part 1 in this Behind the scenes ESPN series! Looking forward to seeing how this builds up!
For this weeks Throwback we go back to 2009 with S&M’s Chad Johnston! On board the LTF frame, Chad destroys the Long Beach Underground in his unique pegless style. This definitely worth a rewatch!