Good vibes from the Spaceark League 2006, featuring the likes of Shinichi Kiba, Taka, Miura, and more…
Last year it was great to see Romulo Guerra over in Europe, Mizo Misael did great job putting this edit together and capturing Romulo’s style, and his trip over. Don’t miss this one!
It’s time for a recap, episodes 31-40 of the Flatmattersonline exclusives:
In order of appearance (you can also check the time stamp:
William Herve, Paul Chamberlain,Ramon Colon Lopez, Rich Slezak, Ludovic Lufebvre, Effraim Catlow,
Cory Stratychuk, Claude Hickman, Robert Victoria, Peter Miklosi.
We will be back to episode 46 on Sunday. Thank you to everyone for contributing!
I am a big fan of the Jimalog edits, and this 2018 Matsudo Year End Jam edit filmed on 29th December at Matsudo, Hall 21 of Forest in Chiba,Japan hits the spot, and is so worth a repost!
With an amazing list of riders, Akihiko Takahashi, Masashi Itani, Yu Shoji,Takuji Kasahara, Takumi Matsumoto, Moto Sasaki, Takahiro Ikeda,Yasunari Ishijima, Takahiro Enoki, Kazuma Nakajima, and Kenji Mori.
This was a Must Watch edit when it dropped, here’s what I liked about it…
2:18: Takahiro Enoki, Xft carved hitch crazy pivot to backwards backpacker backwards whiplash out, I still rewind this one after three rewinds already. Timeless move!
2:37: Takahiro Ikeda, been waiting to see Takahiro do the pedal time machine walkover decade to one kick greater into a line without laying bike down and he gets it done here and finishes the line with a time machine variation I have never seen before. Unreal technique!
6:42: Takahiro Enoki, 6:42 and Takahiro hits a dream line of mine, opposite dump ride in, pivot xft upside down ice cream pivot backwards two footed dump pivot opposite xft cream! Just beautiful!
7:30: Moto Sasaki, what a mad line to finish a wonderful edit from Jimalog. Hang ten pivot to xft crackpacker turbines (hard enough) out to xft steam pivot jump to right side pumping halfpacker carved in circles into backwards pumping halfpacker in circles into backwards one footed spinning halfpacker step through to spinning hang ten out! Ridiculous!
As well as the amazing lines from everyone, this edit has a feel good factor about it. Friends together, riding, sharing, supporting.
Today we have a nice exclusive courtesy of Stewart Munro and Simon O’Brien, Stephen Hearn’s part from Landscapes 3. Stephen is a certified savage, rolling skills for days and the “Welcome to Jamrock” track fits his style perfectly.
You can read my review of Landscapes 3 below if you missed it!
You can buy the full video right here:
TJ Perry is on a tear with uploading great videos from the archives, and today we have the Reason DVD from 2009. This is really well worth your attention today, Reason is so well produced and the riding is still great to this day!
Reason was put together by Yasushi Tanabe, Hajime Yamazaki, and Makato Shiraishi.
Full sections with Yoshiki “Hotoke” Uchino, Susumu Morioka, Hideki Kawai, Shintaro Misawa, Yoshihiro “Taka” Nishikawa, Hirokazu Miura, Tsutomu Kitayama, Shinichi “Russia” Kiba.
Brazil represent today on Flatmattersonline! Franscisco Lima “Pekeno” flows through a smooth line during the Covid-19 quarantine.
Nice edit from the Toronto contest this year before the Covid-19 pandemic hit us all featuring Jean William Prevost, Terry Adams, Joey Kylio, Issi Orbe, Juan Niebles ansJean-Francois Boulianne.
The female flatland scene is growing, whether it be the contest scene or outside. New faces are appearing every year, Paula over at Rad Girls just dropped in this great annual edit from riders across the world. Good vibes and long may it continue, keep busting out ladies!
It’s been a good day for the Frenchman, Matthias Dandois who not only announced the release of his signature shoe. Matthias just took the top spot at the UCI World Championships here in Chengdu, China. Top eight make tomorrow’s final.