Throwback Thursdays – Proseed A & B

It has been a few good weeks for the flatland archives here on FM! And today a real treat from the japanese flatland archives, and the history of the King of Ground contest. The Proseed A and B videos by Juicy Vision has to go down as one of the best contest videos ever, featuring York Uno, Hiroya Morizaki, a young Moto Sasaki, Martti Kuoppa, Viki Gomez, Michael Steingraeber, Shintaro Misawa and many more. Do yourself a favour, grab a cuppa and enjoy this great piece of flatland history.

Throwback Thursdays with Jeff Desroche

Jeff Desroche – The Lost Combos… from FLATmode on Vimeo.

When you think about who has influenced the modern generation of flatland riding, Jeff Desrosche doesn’t get enough credit for what he brought to flatland. If you haven’t already, definitely hit play for this “Lost Combos” edit filmed around 2006. The last two bangers from the 00:53 mark are flat out amazing 11 years on! Respect Jeff, and thanks Bobby Carter for the edit!

Throwback Thursdays with Ed Nussbaum

As I posted yesterday, Ed and his family need the flatland communities help. Ed’s wife has been diagnosed with pneumonia. This weeks Throwback Thursday is dedicated to Ed, one of the best to ever flow around that front wheel. Hit the link below and help out his family if you can, sending our positive vibes from the FM office.

http://www.flatmattersonline.com/dana-nussbaum-go-fund-me-appeal

Chase Gouin – Dorkin 10

Continuing on with our throwback theme today, and we have Chase Gouin’s inspirational section from Dorkin’ 10! Combine Mark Eaton’s amazing dj and editing skills with Chase’s amazing riding skills and you have one of those sections that you can go back to year in year out and it still hits the spot! Pure gold from the Plywood Hoods!

Carhartt Jam 2003

The Carhartt jams that went down at the Jugendpark in Cologne, Germany are widely regarded amongst many pros I have talked to over the years as one of the most memorable contests! Lets go back to 2003, and this sick edit featuring Martti Kuoppa, Viki Gomez, Frank Lukas, Ryoji Yamamoto, Michael Sommer, Matti Röse, and Phil Dolan.