Only a couple of days until we announce the nominations for the 2nd annual Flatmatters Year End Awards! Like I did for the month of May after a few requests, I have included contest runs, and honourable mentions including a bit of shameless bit of self promotion for myself, enjoy the Must Watch edits of June. I hope these reposts are helpful jogging your memory before you vote.
Check this nice highlights edit featuring Alex Jumelin during the pro final battle!
Hitting the rewind right now, Quentin Pelorson delivers one of the best edits I have seen in quite a while! Hit rewind if you haven’t already!
Today we are excited to bring you the first of many projects with FlatWebTv. In the future you can find the in depth perspectives of FlatWebTv you have come to expect here with in the bounds of The Community Project. We will be collaborating with Anthony Buglio to bring you a fresh look into the Flatland society and beyond. So to start things off we would like to present to you “Ares – 15″.
“In 2014, Ares Bikes is celebrating its 15th anniversary. To commemorate the past 15 years, York Uno redesigned the Ashura model, updating the frame to modern standards while paying attention to the unique details that made the original Ashura frame so popular. We sat down with York at Ares Headquarters…”
It has been a while since my last edit, two years to be exact. I teamed up with local film maker Ollie Denny to work on this project that came about as a result of me losing my indoor riding spot in two weeks time.
I wanted to document my riding as this point in time, to remember the spot and also help push my personal progression. I was inspired by a podcast that asked a question, “How do you know when a music track is finished?” I immediately started thinking about flatland, and your combos. When are they over? Is there a right time to pull out? After much gnashing of teeth, and riding time in between injuries, I’ve come full circle from doing long combos in the contests to short combos outside of the contest environment. Hope you all enjoy!
Mateus never seems to disappoint, hit play for the latest flat/street moves from Brazil’s finest! The last backwards manual full whopper line around the 2:59 mark is insane!
When one of the most skilled flatlanders in the world drops an edit, you pay attention! Hit play to see what Trevor Meyer has been up to whilst he is in Ohio doing shows for the 4th year!
Killer collab edit to end the month with Hiroya Morizaki and Simon O’Brien jamming in Japan, great contrast in styles. Hit rewind already!
Flatmatters Awards 2014 – hit the link below.