Stoked this morning to wake up to a fresh winter riding edit from Alex Jumelin! So good to see Alex go in, and drop so many new switches in this 2K23 edit filmed by his wife Elodie. There’s a lot to take in on both wheels, love the invisible hand opposite Karl jump to forward Karl at the 00:40 mark.
Edit of the year so far, great to see a top heavy hitting pro like Alex show us what he’s working on, who’s got next?! Flatland needs more of this!!!
You already know this a Must Watch! The annual Matsudo year end jam on December 29th never disappoints and when you see the names and output from the riders involved, everyone throws down hammers! I won’t disappoint you with tricks, hit play already!! Thank you Jimalog for this one!!!
Viki Gomez drops us 6:55 of fresh footage, a nice Christmas treat. There’s a lot of lines featuring his new two footed peg wheelie jump to switch foot steam, good to see Viki’s riding outside of the contest forum, get your teeth into this one and get out there riding.
Once again Sevisual on the editing duties, you know this is good.
This is also a good time to say, have you voted for the year end awards yet? Check the post below this and get to work.
5:35 of insanity right here from backwards master Akihiko Takahashi, there is so much to take in here. Filmed between July and December of this year, mind blown, let’s talk about this one in the comments section.
I’ve always wondered what would happen if a street rider really started bringing flatland tech to the streets. I’m not talking about just dropping a hang five on a ledge spot, I am talking about digging deeper and creating original flatland lines that have never been done.
Alexis Desolneux is that dude, a true artist that continually does his thing in BMX and this edit goes so hard.
There is so much groundbreaking stuff in this, the filming is awesome and the soundtrack fits like a glove (the opening where the music kicked in on the Luc-e grind line gave me goosebumps. And the ender wow, the street world and BMX world need to teach this one!
Loving these parts dropping over the last week from Benjamin Hudson, the man from Chile blessed with one of the best styles in the game. The pinky squeak step over stuff in this edit is not only so hard brakeless, but he does it all so clean. Respect!!
Benjamin Hudson has been been off the grid for a while now. One of the best styles in the flatland game, and today that changes and we have a short but very sweet “It’s ok” part 1 to get you motivated for your winter session. The standout for me is the switch foot pedal 5 line where he crosses over to the other side around the 1:05 mark. Thank you Benjamin and IGI for this treat!!
120 Freestyler edits from the prolific Giannis Caternellis, this one kept through the system until now. What a treat from Giannis, that opening line is absolutely bonkers in difficulty level alone, and made me ponder a question I would like to ask the flatland community. If a rider is doing a combination of tricks that no one else touches yet its been done before in parts but combo’ed differently. Is that original?
The backpacker jump to hitch and then one footed hitch at around the 3:15 mark is ridiculous and its a good case in point. So much take in here, a definite Must Watch for your Sunday feed!
Two Must Watch edits in the same day, I am playing catch up well and truly. One of the most interesting riders in the game right now, Matthieu Bonnecuelle filmed this one in a day and there are so many refreshing ideas to take in and get inspired by.
Juan Niebles comes through with an amazing new edit that everyone needs to watch, the forward death truck walkover lines are ridiculous, if I had to pick a stand out the line at 4:54 is beautiful and so hard! I’ll be watching this one again and again…