An absolute belter from the archives for this weeks Throwback Thursdays that was originally filmed by Colin Smith and later edited by Claybom from Brazil. Great riding from the likes of Martti Kuoppa, Andrew Faris, Day Smith, Phil Dolan, Michael Steingraber, Akira Okamura, Marton Szilagyi, Alexis Desolneux, Effraim Catlow, Nathan Penonzek, and many more, this is a good watch!
This weeks TBT is dedicated to one of the best to ever do it in my eyes, Dylan Worsley tricktionary over the years must be absolutely bonkers. Here’s his short amazing part from Ells Bells, Shutdown video filmed in 1999.
I’m not even sure how many times I have re-upped this Cory Fester 16 days part, but I don’t care it is worth it. Yes I said “part”, although this was filmed in only 16 days it feels so much more than just an edit and it’s 8 years old right now and still stands up today. I am sure I am not the only one that goes back to this one from time to time for inspiration.
If you haven’t seen this part before, Cory gave himself how every many days the weather allowed before winter hit in Edmonton, Canada as a way to motivate himself.
Cory particularly destroyed the backwards half packer and almost every variation around it, go watch this, get inspired and get out there and push yourself.
Let me finish this, with a thought this in my head. Is this one of the best parts ever? let’s discuss this in the comments….
Over the last week or so, I have been checking back over footage of Michele Maiolani wondering where he’s at and if he’s still riding? This weeks throwback is dedicated to the
2014 Amateur World Champion, Michele Maiolani doing his thing in Parcheggio, Italy! If you remember his riding or don’t know his name, get familiar! One of the best in the rolling game for sure, in 2014 he dropped a bar grab one handed pedal 5 in his run in Koln, and one up’s it here for the ender at 2:50 plus a ton more! If you are reading this Michele, let us know what you are up to, thank you!
Pure gold from the archives from the man that can’t be stopped right now. Nick Watts has bust onto our screens this year and we can’t get enough of it. Peep this throwback “PIM 2” edit that just went online, amazing lines, and awesome mix of tunes too. I shall be watching this one again, the man can move around that bike! Style!
Later Next week once I get BMX Cologne and Urban Waves out the way. I will drop a big interview with the man behind Intrikat, Chad Johnston. It seems like as good a time as any to re up his amazing “Must Watch” pegless part.
Some of my personal highlights:
-Opening stem mccircle to scarlo tomahawk whip line at 00:04.
-Bar flip to pedal 5 in circle foot jam bar scoot line out at 00:20
– Mixing the old school and new school with a Quick bar spin pedal 5 to cowboy out at 00:40.
-Stem karl to double foot karl full bar flip out on bb/chainring at 1:25.
– The bar flip pedal 5 turbine back forward without scuffing is amazing at 3:53!
It’s been a while since I posted this amazing section of Chase Gouin, from the Chasing the View off the Cliff video, filmed in 1994 with bonus footage of Chad Degroot, Day Smith, Bill Nitschke and Ross Smith at the BS Contest in Chicago, in 95.. This is well worth a watch, timeless riding!
Later on today I am flying out to Zurich, Switzerland for the annual Bike Days in Solothurn. It doesn’t seem like a year ago that I interviewed Dan Hennig outside the flatland arena, but it’s as good a time as any to re-up this. And hopefully this weekend I will get some more catch up interviews done.
It’s been a minute since I watched the 2008 Same Thing Daily video, Dane Beardsley just loaded up the sections on his YT channel. I loved the Abe Hamilton section from this video, if you missed this one or you need a refresh this is a treat!
Peep the interview I did with Abe whilst on topic:
This weeks throwback is dedicated to one of the best to ever touch a 20″, Simon O’Brien! This section from Chad Johnston’s Intrikat “Flatsphere” DVD that dropped in 2004, this part still holds up to this day! I regularly go back to this part for inspiration, thanks Chad and Simon for blessing us with this one!