Great highlights edit from the recent Chimera A-Sode contest in Tokyo, featuring Women’s Class, Ams, and the Pros. Amazing riding from the Katagiri brothers Yu and Ryo, Kio Hayakawa, Yu Shoji, and many more.
Congratulations to Yu Shoji, winner of the Chimera Aside contest in Tokyo, Japan followed by the Katagiri brothers Yu and Ryo. Hopefully we get to see some footage soon.
Congratulations to Kio Hayakawa taking the win at Chimera Aside in Osaka, Japan followed by Yu and Ryo Katagiri. I hope there’s some footage of this event, please get in touch if you find anything before I do.
Congratulations to Yu Katagiri who just won the Flatark contest in Yokohama, japan followed by Moto Sasaki and Ryo Katagiri. The level was insane, hopefully as always we get some footage to digest this one!
The Chimera A-side finals will go down as one of the best contests I have been to, the level of riding during the finals in particular was absolutely off the charts. There were some heated battles during that journey to decide the winner, Yu Katagiri and that 360 bike flip line at the end showed no mercy. Laying it all on the line for the 100k prize money. Flatland needs more of this… cracking edit that needs to be watched, congratulations also again to Carin Hommura, winner of the Womens class!!
Wow this edit took me back to those Japanese KOG edits that would feature the top 8 all dropping bangers. You don’t want to miss this, incredible riding from Ryo Katagiri, Fumiya Kanna, Hiroya Morizaki, Yu Shoji, Moto Sasaki, Yu Katagiri, Takato Moriya, and winner Naoto Tamaru! The level is insane!!!
Great edit featuring the top 5 ranked in Chimera A Side series, with the likes of Takahiro Ikeda, Yu Shoji, Ryo Katagiri (that ice cream pivot move at 2:25 is beautiful!), Hiroya Morizaki, and the winner Yu Katagiri (look out for his line of the year move once again!
Amazing skills from the Japanese scene, well worth a watch!
It’s time as promised to announce the 2020 Flatmattersonline Year end awards nominations,
I felt there was a lot to say about the awards and the year, which a lot of the time doesn’t get covered under the previous text announcement format.
So, I attempted to make a makeshift studio feel in my front room during lockdown 3.0, and present the nominations, and share my feelings on the year as well as the reader choices.
Congratulations to everyone who was nominated, and thank you to everyone who took the time to vote.
Winners announced: Sunday 24th January.
* If you don’t want to watch the whole show, you can skip through parts using the timestamps.
00:00 FM Title Screen
00:07 Effraim introduces the FM Year end award nominee show
00:56 Reader Choice Rider of the Year
04:59 Reader Choice Edit of the Year
8:07 Reader Choice Most Progressive Rider
11:38 Reader Choice Contest Run of the Year
15:12 Reader Choice Breakthrough Rider of the Year
19:33 Effraim introduces the Editorial Awards
20:50 Editorial Choice Rider of the Year
27:33 Editorial Choice Edit of the Year
31:06 Editorial Choice Most Progressive Rider
35:55 Editorial Choice Outstanding Contribution
39:37 Editorial Choice Line of the Year / Flatmattersonline Exclusive of the Year
46:06 Effraim Outro
Thanks for watching and listening!
Flatmattersonline / Effraim Catlow.
I don’t know about you at home, but I have been watching a lot of contest/jam footage recently. This Flatgames contest from 2017 in Japan really motivated me and brightened my day, sit down, grab a cuppa and get motivated! Jimalog kills the editing duties and this will get you riding with a smile on your face. Big up Moto Sasaki organising this jam!
Yohei Uchino just posted the BIG news of the day, Hiroya Morizaki held onto the first place spot from qualifying to win arguably the highest level contest of the year at the Jeep Real Games. Congratulations Hiro!!!
Hiroya was followed by young rippers, Kio Hayakawa and Ryo Katagiri. The video are just dropping on instagram, so get ready to have your mind blown. I will try to get some on here if possible.