“In this special edition of FlatWebTV, Anthony travels to Osaka, Japan to check out the riding scene and interview pro rider and back wheel assassin Tomokazu Morinaga. The Kansai/Osaka locals do their area proud with some great riding (highlights from Fumiya Sasagawa and Ikko Tanaka). Pro rider and FlatWebTV friend Shinichi Kiba (Russia) has a few nice clips as well.”- EverydayParadise..
Canadian Flatland organization FU8 Flatland Competition filmed the above edit from the flatland comp at the recent Toronto Jam. Even if the park comp took the most attention, flatlanders still showed some amazing combinations that must not be missed.
1. Moto Sasaki
2. Dominik Nekolny
3. Jean-Francois Boulianne
4. Takuya Higa
5. Alex Jumelin
6. Terry Adams
We already posted a bunch of videos from the 2012 FISE Costa Rica that took place in early February but here is another one. It includes highlights from the flatland competitions, so click play and watch what happened.
In case you missed the pro park highlights, click here.
“In this under 30 minuets episode of Flatwebtv we take a look at some of the new free-coasters coming on the market, we cover our our favorit web edits of the past few weeks, a very special interview with the legendary Scott O’Brian who give us an inside scoop on the return of VooDoo Jam, we talk about Blake Hicks media coverage, and coverage of the FISE contest in Costa Rica. So sit down, relax, and enjoy for under 30 minuets.”– Everyday Paradise.
George Manos and his unique pegless flatland riding from his trip to London, visiting his friend.
Matthias Dandois’ new edit from his favorite places in Paris, France with special guest clip from Alex Jumelin. I always was and will be a big fan of Matthias, especially now when he started mixing street and flatland riding. Enjoy.
“Someone sent us this video of Matthias Dandois without any information attached to it. I would love to help get them paid for it, so my hope with publishing this today is that the enigmatic filmer and editor will step forward and say, “Hey Brian, that was me. I made that video.”
Props to Matthias Dandois for getting the title of the Michael Jackson “Bad” album tattooed on his right shoulder.”– Brian Tunney, ESPN.