Yesterday Todd Carter turned 50 years old, and as a amazing gesture Todd contributed 50 flatland how-to’s to everyone. Talk about giving back to the culture, Todd is one of the raddest dudes in the game. Belated Happy Birthday Todd!!!
Martti Kuoppa is doing plenty of great things for flatland, add basic flatland how-to’s for the list. If you are a beginner flatland, give this staple move a try…
You can never have enough how-to’s in my opinion, today Martti Kuoppa steps to show you how-to whiplash. Some great tips in this short edit, give it a watch and get out there trying the tips shown.
I am sure we all agree, Japan as a nation leads the way in introducing new riders to flatland better than anywhere else in the world. Naoto Tamaru throws down a clinic here on how to get into flatland BMX and learn some core basics with brakes and without. In my opinion, there can never be enough how to’s out there to help the next generation. Love it!
At just over one hour and fifty one minutes long, this is about the longest how to series I can think of. There are are lot of moves demonstrated right here, featuring Takahiro Ikeda who directs this also, Misaki Ishizaki, Yu Yamamoto, Takumi Isogai, and Kio Hayakawa.
I posted part 1 of the “Break it down” series the other day on the site, today we have episode 2 with Jason Forde taking you through a back wheel line stage by stage. This is great. Anyone starting out in flatland wondering how to build a combination of tricks should watch this….
York Uno is on fire with flatland how-to’s, so many on his channel! Today he released how to no handed hitchhiker, if you are looking to learn this move. York gives you some good pointers in subtitles…
York Uno is killing the flatland how-to game, and is dropping how-to’s pretty much daily. It’s hard to keep up, I would call this move a top tube backwards squeaker… never mind tricks have different names across the globe…. Thank you York for contributing on the daily to the new generation of riders.
Before Cream Magazine, there was the BMXicos posse that ran a print magazine and produced a few videos included this great one featuring Chase Gouin, that includes interview, great riding footage and Chase explaining each line as it goes down around the 2:21 mark! This is well worth your attention, I don’t feel many across the globe will have seen this, so I will stager the posts out today to give this one some time….
The man behind Ares Bykes, York Uno is on fire with flatland how:to’s, and the latest offering is the Inside switch foot steam. This move has become a staple trick in modern day flatland. Great stuff from York!