Original comment: BMX - TCU TV - The Tim Knoll Interview. Click to Subscribe to our podcast on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/thecomeupbmx
2 years ago somebody on Facebook probably asked you about this Tim Knoll guy. That's usually how it goes when a BMX rider goes outlandishly viral these days anyway. Tim has racked up an astonishing number of views with his unique breed of flatland, street and performance art. Despite having one of the most popular BMX videos in the history of YouTube, most people don't know much about Tim, myself included. He mentioned that he would be in town for a flatland jam and so of course I had to get him over the OSS store for an interview. I learned a lot and we had a great conversation about BMX, The Internet and everything in between. Enjoy!
01:30 Getting into BMX
04:30 Staying in BMX after high school
06:45 The influence from doing shows on his riding
08:20 Early BMX videos
13:30 Rodney Mullen inspiration
17:00 Tim’s first video which went semi-viral
22:00 Top 5 Most Creative Bike Riders list
33:30 Tate Roskelley
36:00 Intent to offend
41:00 When your video goes viral
45:10 Facebook and facebooting
52:20 Making money off YouTube
56:00 Adam LZ
1:00:30 Tim’s next video
1:06:30 Making How To videos for money
1:10:30 Is YouTube dying?
1:14:10 Mom filming
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Original comment: Alex Jumelin, Flatlandeur pro, nous livre ses secrets pour réaliser son tricks fétiche : Le Fakie Boomerang. Cette figure est filmée au ralenti, autrement dit en slow-motion, pour que vous ayez le temps de la décortiquer !
Riding Zone est le seul magazine français de la TNT dédié aux sports extrêmes, à la glisse et aux cultures alternatives. Produite par Puzzle Media et présentée par TIGA, l'émission est diffusée depuis septembre 2007 chaque week end sur France Ô.
Original comment: Some highlights from Ghost Peloton Glasgow 13th November 2015.
Ghost Peloton Glasgow is created by NVA and Phoenix Dance Theatre with support from Glasgow City Council, BIGG Regeneration, Scottish Canals (as part of the Canal Regeneration Partnership) and the Whisky Bond, as part of the LUCI ‘Cities Under the Microscope’ Event.
Ghost Peloton was created for Yorkshire Festival 2014 with support from Arts Council England, Yorkshire Water, Welcome to Yorkshire and Yorkshire Local Authorities