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Here is my year end edit, enjoy! (Not a BD edit.)
posted: 2 years ago

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Japan BMX Flatland KOBE City Merikenpark SPACEARK BMX SCHOOL http://spaceark.jp/
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posted: 2 years ago

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Going around the basketball court on a nose manual.
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Filmed by @transfolds
posted: 2 years ago

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Riding/filming & editing by Jason Forde.

Track: Drained in sleep by Ivan Shopov / Balkansky & Vlnc Drks

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posted: 2 years ago

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Caracasflat BMX, tricks, balance, style, London, athletic, brake less, motion. @carcasflat
posted: 2 years ago

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Sit down, take a break and dedicate this moment to BMX riding. This video is all tears and sweat, raw footage of a real BMX roadtrip through Japan. Enjoy this 15 minutes masterpiece of BMX Flatland editing by our man Thomas Deschenaux and share the moments and adventures we had on our this years AUTUM tour. Thanks to the whole team for the good time and experiences we had and being so dedicated to what we do. Respect & Love. This is Flatland for grown ups...
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posted: 2 years ago

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A common trend this past year is I have chosen trick concepts and focused on them for a few months to see what I can learn and create. I've done wall tricks (2 videos), decades out of tricks, pegless, ground rails, and maybe some more. I like to do this to force myself in a new direction and apply what I know to a new format.

Many years ago a realized that if I want to link any of my backwards tricks with forwards tricks fluidly I have to do forward switch to get into backwards regular. So I've always had a natural proclivity to doing some tricks switch and opposite. Some tricks I actually feel more comfortable switch. Knowing this I've always wanted to spend time focusing on tricks either way but it's kind of a daunting task. Simple tricks become incredibly hard again. Well 4 months ago, after my pegless video project, I needed a new project so I decided that the time is now!

This video documents the tricks I've learned both ways and combos where I switch directions in the middle. For all tricks done either way I made sure to film the 2 on same day, same camera angle (sometimes same clip) as to show that it is true switch/oppo. No camera tricks and image reversal.

I feel like this project really helped me as a rider, gave me a new kind of bike control, expanded my repertoire and gave me a new realm of tricks, modifiers, and links to work with. One can double their tricktionary by learning everything the other way. Eventually I will do a part 2 of this. I really enjoyed this project and is probably one of my more satisfying projects.
posted: 2 years ago

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