Thanks to Todd Carter you can watch the pro runs in order from this weekends FA Battleground contest in Ohio. Great runs from the likes of Benjamin Hudson, Pete Brandt, Jean William Prevost and many more!
The first annual Battleground contest went down in Ohio this weekend, and went off. We will be posting run footage later today. Congratulations to all winners, Benjamin Hudson, Ruben Castillo, Fan Debroux, Ron Metzger, and Glenn Mehltretter. And best trick going to Terry Adams.
The second Heresy edit of the day, always interesting to watch George Manos and his creativity. You will have to watch this one the whole way through, as it conveys the change in light that happens if you ride into the night time like George, not to mention some crazy new ankledeath front wheel combos with any pegs. Madness!
All about Heresy edits today, I somehow missed this one session edit from the amazing Matthieu Bonnecuelle. Nice to watch this one and see some different stuff than what you would see him do in a contest.
You may have caught word on social media like I did with Kip Williamson shredding on a new frame. I reached out to Kip for more details, read on.
Introducing the Subrosa “Body Snatcher” flatland frame. I’ve been working with Subrosa for over 2 years to bring this to fruition. I’ve ridden it now for a couple of weeks and it feels amazing! It’s incredibly strong and has lots of features. This is a prototype so specs are subject to change. I’d like to thank GL, Ryan Sher, and Ronnie B. for helping make this dream into reality! More info coming soon.
I hit Barre Neirynck a message after I saw a few photos on Instagram,. Whats this event Barre? I don’t know much about it, it looks amazing. Barre came through with this repo, shouts to Barre and Djou Nien for helping out with photos. Nice to get a repo back here on Flatmattersonline. Enjoy this one!
It all started last year when I saw some footage from a underground contest on a island thirty minutes away from the west coast of France!
Between Normandië and Bordeaux.
The vibe was so dope, that it sparked my interest to know more about this event.
The name of the island is Île d’Yeu, and is organise by Etienne Taraud and crew, the event called Oya Street Jam! With a resident population of only 5000 people, community style.