Round 4 of the AFA 2023 Flatland series went down yesterday in Houston, Texas. Congratulations to Jean William Prevost winner of Pro class, Bryan Huffman winner of Masters, Troy Hebert taking the win in Expert class, Marty Ferryman winning the Olds Cool class and Julian Thompson taking the honours in the beginner class. Full results and podium shots below, thanks Todd Carter as always for the news.
I’m assuming everyone has seen “Watch Out For Robots” now, individual parts have posted. Now you can enjoy the enders from Lindsey Bode, Bobby Burge, Bobby Carter, Omari Cato, Joe Cicman, Mickey Gaidos, Pedro Melo and Art Thomason. Steve Lapsley has killed it with putting this out, and continuing the hype.
Stoked today to host the World premiere of “Watch out for Robots”, go watch this right now!
“In the worldwide BMX flatland scene it is common to see riders with similar styles and tricks. Every so often a trendy style will come along and result in copycat riders. Ultimately, being original or having your own style becomes one of the top priorities of most riders. In the American scene the vast distances between riders creates a vast difference in riding styles. Being original is a goal and badge of honor for these riders. It can be an easy trap to fall for, to ride like someone else you admire. But be original. Be yourself. Don’t be a copycat. And, WATCH OUT FOR ROBOTS.”
A film by Steven Lapsley featuring Lindsey Bode, Bobby Burge, Bobby Carter, Omari Cato, Joe Cicman, Mickey Gaidos, Pedro Melo and Art Thomason.
“Watch Out For Robots” is the full length follow up to “Forget What You Heard” and “Nice Nice Very Nice”. A BMX flatland film by Steven Lapsley featuring Lindsey Bode, Bobby Burge, Bobby Carter, Omari Cato, Joe Cicman, Mickey Gaidos, Pedro Melo, and Art Thomason.
A lot of coverage from the recent Jam Circle contest in Houston, Texas. But this is without a doubt, the most comprehensive at 4:30, uncut practise footage plus the battles. Unfortunately, the battery went on the final battle. Thanks Brandon Woldridge for this amazing coverage, I will be checking this one when I have some spare time!
Two great edits today for you to digest, both for different reasons.
Here’s that Terry Adams had to say about his new documentary:
“On the first day of 2021 I wanted to give you guys some insight of what my daily routine was for 2020. My goal was to give it my all. On and off the bike I worked my ass off. I’m extremely happy with my results and how much I’ve progressed as a person and a rider. Check out this 22 minute raw documentary filmed in one day that takes you through my daily routines, reasons for pushing myself, & my mindset behind all the motivation. Filmed & edited by Mickey Gaidos.”