“Forget What You Heard” is a full length BMX flatland film by Steven Lapsley. Featuring full sections by Ahmed Johnson, Gurvan Le Bloc’h, Hirokazu Miura, Jérémy Brosset, Joris Bretagnolles, Mateus Beckmann, Naoto Tamaru, Rodolphe Clavelier and Yorihisa Shiota.
Original comment: Here's my progression through the Crackpacker spin trick in BMX Flatland. This is pretty much the time I needed to master it although I was practicing bunch of tricks on the side. Muscle memory made its work, thank you for all the good moments you gave me, little bike. Enjoy :)
Original comment: This record is for the farthest BMX limbless manual, it's a unofficial record. The record would be measured in meters with the relevant equivalent given in feet and inches. The trick is defined as a wheelie, performed with the rider sitting on the seat without touching the bicycle with his/her hands and legs. Propulsion is only provided with the power generated from the run-up prior to the correct position being achieved.
Rules would be similar to a previous record on the front wheel which is 13 meter.
A starting line must be clearly visible on the ground.
Any length of run-up is allowed but the front wheel of the bicycle must be off the floor before passing the starting line.
The participant may not use their feet to increase propultion during the attempt once the run-up has been completed.
No part of participant's hands or legs can touch any part of the bicycle during the attempt.
Sufficient witnesses must be along the track to be able to confirm that the claimant has not pedalled or touched the ground or the bicycle and to mark the spot where the claimant's front wheel touches the ground again or where he/she touches the bicycle.
If the claimant’s hands or legs touch the ground at any point during the attempt, the attempt is to be disqualified.
The claimant must bring the bike to a controlled stop in order for the attempt to count.
The distance is measured from the starting line to the position the back wheel of bicycle was at when the front wheel touched the ground again, or when the bicycle is touched by the participant's hands or legs.
A qualified surveyor must be on hand to measure the distance, this process must be clearly shown in the video evidence.