Darcry 66 just posted this nice highlights edit from the Bike Days contest a few weeks back. Featuring the likes of Matthias Dandois, Dustyn Alt, Alex Jumelin, Bo Wade, Etienne Giraud, Masato Ito, Bert Ribul, Dominik Nekolny, Thomas Noyer, Davis Dudelis, Jean William Prevost, Joris Bretagnolles, and many more.
Khelagger promised some great uploads from the archives, and today comes up with some great footage from the 1999 King of Concrete. Many of you will know my parents, Geoff and Jenni put this contest on for 17 years. This edit features great riding from the likes of Martti Kuoppa, Christophe Dassie, Kimmo Haakana, Armin Batoumeni, yours truly, Alex Jumelin, and many more. Contest run footage towards the end, Alex Jumelin took the win that year. Thanks khelagger for a great trip down memory lane.
Back in the day I did the regular bar split decade to decade, I never even thought about doing it opposite. It’s hard enough regular, Scott Powell is on another level. School in session, day 17. Hard to say something new here that I haven’t already said, so I will add flatland wins. This series is truly something else!
From the opening caterpillar scene I was drawn to this new edit of Heresy rider, Michael Husser. Lookout for the no handed backwards hang fives thrown in the middle of a fire hydrant multiple backwards whiplash line at 1:21 and a whole lot more.
One of the many great things about producing Flatmattersonline, is waking up in the morning to an inbox full of edits from riders all over the globe. Ramón López Colón just sent in his latest edit documenting his progression since January, enjoy the rolling flow!
Yesterday I posted the Nagoya trip edit in which Shiyu Orikawa’s riding was featured, today we have his expert class contest run from the recent A-style jam.
Just over an hour and a half of raw contest footage from the Pro Class at the AFA Round 1. You can watch Jean William Prevost’s flawless winning ride on the second video at the 15:25 mark, incredible. So much good riding went down, when you have spare time it is one to watch for sure!
George Kikos gets back to riding at one of the most picturesque riding spots we see regularly here on Flatmattersonline. In this “sunny days” edit George goes back to some moves he’s forgotten about including the steamboat to crackpacker that got a few of us talking on Paulo Gepulango’s Orginal Ride in post on tuesday, bars regular rather than backwards at the 1:22 mark.
Growing up on the UKBFA I always looked at the Pros for inspiration, and Mike Cameron from Cardiff, Wales was one of those riders. Super smooth style and very creative, hit play and check a practise session for the 1987 BMX Beat. Thanks Matthew Dyer for the upload.