In the fourth episode of Ride Sessions’ Sosh, Matthias Dandois will teach you a very popular flatland trick that is also getting popular, or maybe better to say, it already is, in the street riding. I think you wont get a better how to, so click play, get all the tips and check a few variations of it above. It’s in French but with English subtitles.
We have already seen a few video highlights from the flatland contest at 2012 Texas Toast Jam on this link, but hereis now Jim McKay’s version. It can easily be sad, that these are definitely the best one. It is also awesome to see some female riders in this one.
Dan Hennig’s new switches on a Swiss bike in Switzerland. Dan’s bike definitely is light as hell, due to all those wholes, but hey, this is what he needs to get all those wild flatland moves done, especially the one when he crosses his legs.
Amazing flatland rider Camilo Gutierrez came out with an amazing flatland edit that he filmed over the course of autumn. Camilo really has that one of a kind style of riding, with extremely fast moves. It also needed to be mention, that filming and editing is really smooth and clean.
Chase Gouin is back on his bike after being off of it for a few years due to some health issues. Mark Vanbekkum shot a few photos of him at some of his local spots and Odyssey now put them together in this flipbook for your to check out.
“In this “mini” episode of FlatWebTV we do a very brief recap of the recap and give special shout outs to the year end AMFLT results. Anthony tries to flog some of the extra Texas FlatWebTV shirts. We preview our upcoming Winter Flatland Jam in Portland with a special interview with owner/builder of the Lumberyard, Joe Prisel. We announce a special giveaway with Freegun. Just comment on this video and you have a chance to win (best comment gets Freegun stuff!). Finally, we give a quick preview of the Fit For Freestyle series that will launch soon.”– Everyday Paradise
Michael Bronzi from Lil Mikey Bees Wax spent a day with flatland rider Pete Brandt to film this sweet edit on one sunny summer day. There sure is to less flatland stuff going on on this site, so I am always happy to get some new edits in my inbox.
German flatland rider Waldemar Fatkin had an accident in Berlin, Germany and broke his collarbone twice. He just re-released this trailer for the upcoming web edit he will film after the surgery is done and when he is fully recovered. We wish him a fast recovery and can’t wait to see what he will come out with.
Some really smooth flatland riding from Michael Van Der Kroft that he filmed in just 30 minutes of time for the welcome to Gorilli team, while on a trip to Texas.