Jam: Toyosu volume 4 in Japan
Apr12

Jam: Toyosu volume 4 in Japan

This year Toyosu jam included some of Japan’s top flatland riders, including my personal favorite Hiroya Morizaki. His bold style with big jumps in-between back wheel and front wheel action has defined his signature style for many years. Enjoy this video recently published on yukiproject youTube channel.   The video starts off action packed, be sure to look around the city background as the video director pays close attention to not only the level of riding and difficulty of the tricks but also of the fantastic scenery Japan offers. The video was filmed on March 19th 2017 so this is all very fresh and new, in a few years from now everyone will be proud to have been a part of that moment, whether attending or viewing it on Flowzine.com As always ride...

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Video: Markit Zero
Apr05

Video: Markit Zero

Markit is a crew of good friends who all love shredding bikes, filming clips, and going on trips together. Featuring the riding from Chad Kerley, Connor Lodes, Dennis Enarson, Mike Jonas, Geoff Slattery, Rob Wise, Ronnie Napolitan and Christian Rigal, Markit Zero is our first full length feature. Enjoy! Featuring: Chad Kerley, Connor Lodes, Ronnie Napolitan      More about Ronnie How’s life in 2014 so far? What’s new? Pretty good. Just been trying to stay warm and keep busy. Nothing too much is really new. Trying to get this job at a local coffee shop at the moment. I’m still riding every day and staying healthy. That’s basically all that’s new. Without dwelling too much on the negatives, tell us about parting ways with Haro. Basically they just didn’t want to re-sign me for this year. I was told one thing and, then instead, I was just dropped one day out of the blue. It’s all good, though. No hard feelings. It was time to move on. I see you’re riding a hot new Verde. How’s that treating you? Yeah! I’m riding the new Verde Oxbridge and it’s been amazing. I’ve been super stoked on riding lately. It’s cool for me because I’m able to ride what I really want to ride for the first time in around four years. The guys over at Verde are awesome. It’s a bike company ran by riders and they have such an awesome team. I like that their team is made up of all types of riders, not only street riders. I’m stoked to be on this beast supporting my boys Lima and Priest. Are you riding for Verde or is that just a homie hook up? No. I’m not riding for them. They were just nice enough to send me a frame and some shirts. I was looking for a new frame and have always wanted to ride a Verde, even back in the Levi’s days when I was filming a lot with Will Stroud (Verde Team Manager). I was going to get one after I parted ways with Mankind, but my Haro deal came along. This time I had to get one. I looked at some of the frames they make and the Oxbridge was the length and dimensions I like, so I jumped on it. Any other sponsor happenings to discuss? Nothing new going on for me. Still gonna continue to ride for Demolition, Markit, and Vans flow. I get hooked up by Oakley as well, but just flow as well. I’m really grateful for all of these companies’ support. Demolition and I are holding an Instagram contest right...

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Matthias Dandois – The Flat Side of Things 3
Feb01

Matthias Dandois – The Flat Side of Things 3

Matthias Dandois has officially taken flatland into the new era, check out his latest video release posted on YouTube it is unreal. His style of riding is starts breaking away from the typical spinning and mindless time machine iteration although he does spin more than roll. The video reveals a futuristic outlook into the world of flatland, he mixes his backwards roll into modern combinations then finishing it off with large jumps to sign the deal.  If you want to copy a style and think this style is one to ‘meme’ then by all means try it out, Matthias has leveled up on this technique so good luck with that.  More about Matthias according to Wiki’s and Google searches for those that are learning about him (in case you’ve been living under a freagin rock for the past 8 years! Matthias Lucas Dandois-Delaigue est un cycliste français de BMX, né le 6 mai 1989 et originaire d’Épinay-sur-Orge, en France, aujourd’hui installé à Paris, quintuple champion du monde (2008, 2009, 2011, 2012 et 2016) de flat en BMX. Il pratique la discipline flat en BMX depuis l’âge de 12 ans1,2. Il est parrainé par Haro, Red Bull, G-Shock, Pull-in, Different Character, Vans, Sosh, XSories, Skullcandy et Green Films3. Sommaire  [masquer]  1Palmarès et compétition 2Vie privée 3Notes et références 4Liens externes Palmarès et compétition[modifier | modifier le code] 2013 Com’in Lyon: 1er 3e aux BMX worlds à Cologne 1er BMX Flatground battle Dew Tour 2e Festival international des sports extrêmes (FISE) à Montpellier, catégorie flat 2012 1er BMX Flatground battle Dew Tour 4e au King of Ground à K?be au Japon, catégorie pro 1er aux BMX Worlds à Cologne4 4e au JoMoPro au Missouri, catégorie pro5 2011 BMX Flatland World Circuit (BFWC) : champion, avec un total de 2939 points6 Com’In à Lyon : deuxième7 JoMo à Joplin Missouri, première manche du BMX Flatland World Circuit : troisième8 Ninja Spin à Onet-le-Château, deuxième manche du BMX Flatland World Circuit : premier9 Ground force à Singapour, troisième manche du BMX Flatland World Circuit : deuxième8 King of ground au Japon, quatrième manche du BMX Flatland World Circuit : premier8 Vans Rebel Jam à Eindhoven : premier10 Vibration Urbaines catégorie flat à Pessac : premier11 Urban Plagne à La Plagne : premier12 BMX Masters à Cologne : premier13 Circle Cow à Servon : premier14. 2010 BMX Flatland World Circuit (BFWC) : troisième15 NORA Cup : deuxième16 JoMo à Joplin Missouri : premier17 BMX Flatland world Classic à Tokyo : premier18 Vibration Urbaines catégorie flat à Pessac : premier19 BMX Flatland World Circuit à Yokohama : quatrième15 Festival international des sports extrêmes (FISE), première manche du BMX Flatland World Circuit : premier20 Com’In à Lyon : premier21 Circle Cow à Servon : premier22 2009 BMX Flatland...

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Sebasitian Keep doing the impossible!
Jan23

Sebasitian Keep doing the impossible!

Sebasitan Keep has been performing some of the illest transfers ever seen. Coming across this video clip is a real treat, check out his HUGE transfers. Taken from the YouTube page here is more details on the footage: Watch behind the scenes action on Bas’ Channel! http://win.gs/WallsBTS What makes ‘a spot’, a spot? For his latest project, “Walls”, UK BMX legend Sebastian Keep made it his mission to touch his tires on some of the most unique places in the UK. Showing what can be achieved with creativity, guts and carefully planned logistics – Bas pulls some of the most audacious gap-to-wallrides ever attempted, and redefines BMX progression in the process. WATCH More from Sebastian Keep: http://win.gs/MoreBas Song: ’Must Land Running’ performed by Stepdad, Written by Ryan McCarthy & Mark Tafel, Courtesy of Black Bell Records: https://itun.es/gb/my_IF _ Experience the world of Red Bull like you have never seen it before. With the best action sports clips on the web and original series, prepare for your “stoke factor” to be at an all time high. Watch Red Bull TV: http://win.gs/WatchRBTV See into our world: http://goo.gl/J49U Red Bull on Facebook: http://win.gs/redbullfb Red Bull on Twitter: http://win.gs/redbulltwitter Subscribe to Red Bull on Youtube: http://win.gs/SubToRedBull Subscribe to the Red Bulletin: http://win.gs/TheRedBulletin Sign up for our Newsletter here: http://win.gs/RedBullNewsletter MASSIVE Bridge Gaps-To-Wallrides: Sebastian Keep Redefines BMX in ‘Walls’...

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Happy 2017, next up James McGraw not Scuffing
Jan01

Happy 2017, next up James McGraw not Scuffing

  James McGraw ended 2016 with this awesome video demonstrating what 2017 will bring to the wonderful world of flatland bmx. Check out this video and ping James McGraw on Facebook whenever you need some pointers of what to expect. He writes; “2016 has been the best year for me, I won 5 events as well as year end title for the AFA. It has been a year filled with Turbines, backyard variels and Crosswalks. I started this year with Scuffgate a Challenge to do my combos with minimal or no scuffing at all. I put a lot of work in to what I call my no kick rollback turn down to underside / ice cream. this trick is one I started 7 years ago with a kick in, now it is scuffless and I have achieved my goals of many no kick combos as well as a few minimal kick combos. The Last line I took my rollback turndown to the other side of the bike using my pedal step walk around. This challenge was the hardest thing I personally I have ever done and the best part is, I have been trying for weeks to end this video with this combo and it happened 🙂 on the last day of 2016 finishing off what truly has been my best year ever. I am so grateful for all my sponsors and friends that support my craziness thru out the year. I hope you like this.”  ...

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Rider Spotlight: Jeff Scheer
Oct21

Rider Spotlight: Jeff Scheer

Adam Guild posted this on Facebook and I was blown away! Jeff writes: “I started riding BMX in 1985 and wanted to mark my 30th year of riding, along with my 43rd Birthday on October 25 with a flatland edit. I pushed myself to learn many new tricks and filmed them all in 2015. Since I have been riding three decades it seemed appropriate to include many brakeless decades. Enjoy and keep riding!”...

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