Ultimate Combo Compilation Flatland Bmx Pro (World Circuit 2017 Cologne). In this ultimate combo compilation the world's best flatland bmx riders are doing their hardest combo's. You'll see tricks only a very few people on this earth can do. Don't blink your eyes and witness the full power of flatland bmx ! All was filmed at the most famous and important flatland bmx competition: BMX Cologne (2017). Riders: Jean William Prevost, Matthias Dandois, Dominik Nekolny, Masato Ito, Wolfgang Sauter, Sietse van Berkel, Dez Maarsen, Kevin Nikulsk, Thomas Noyer, Gonzalo Bellanti, Dustyn Alt, Matti Hemmings, David Hoffmann, Minato Sato, Gilles van de Sompel, Dan Henning.
Antwerp City Drops took place in the weekend of 23/24 September and once again the weather cooperated to make the Urban sports festival a success in the middle of the city centre of Antwerp. This year, next to dirt, a flatland contest was added to the program. While kids rode the dirt pump track all weekend long, the Dirt jumps were used for an Open Qualification contest, a Primus High Air comp, Best trick contest and the BMX Dirt Invitational. The Flatland contest was held on a 144 square meter podium which attracted a huge crowd.
The 8 meter high roll-in got the riders up to speed in no-time for the two big jumps. The first dirt jump was angled in a hip with the second one sending you to the moon if you wanted to. On Saturday Tom van den Bogaard (NED) cleared 7,80 meters in the Primus Haacht Beer high air contest winning a keg of beer and €500 for his efforts. Qualification on Saturday sent the best riders to Sunday's finals where Konrad Szabo (HUN) delivered his triple whips and front flips to please not only the crowd but the judges as well for first place. Tom van den Bogaard styled to second place with height while German Simon Moratz grobbed third with barspins to tailwhips and flip variations. Joe Baddeley (GBR) double flipped to 4th while home favourite Kenneth Tancré claimed 5th place.
Best Trick on Dirt went to Joe Baddeley with a bad-ass double flip on the first hipped double jump. He's got that trick on lock. Antwerp got to see plenty of them over the weekend and Joe liked throwing them to please the Belgians.
We'll be rolling out nominees all week long leading up to the 2017 NORA Cup this Sunday in Hastings, England. Here are your 2017 Flatlander of The Year Nominees (in alphabetical order): Alex Jumelin Jean William Prevost John Yull Matthias Dandois Moto Sasaki WHO DO YOU THINK WON? Find out when the NORA Cup 2017 winners are announced this Sunday, 9/10 @ 1PM PST.
2 years ago Simon O'Brien asked me to contribute a video part for his full feature "Landscapes." Highly honored to be asked to participate in one of his projects, I accepted and began filming. Realizing that my riding would be showcased besides Simon and Viki -- both master-riders -- i knew that I had my work cut out for me. While filming I had 2 goals in mind: first, I knew that I had to "think out side of the box" in order to provide a good riding style contrast from Simon and Viki. Second, instead of being limited to only decades, I decided to incorporate them into a widely diverse group of tricks with hopes of displaying a more diverse mastery of the bike.
Semi Final Pro Flatland results, Fise World Series, Budapest, Hungary. 1 Jean William PREVOST 94.33 pts 2 Moto SASAKI 93.66 pts 3 Alex JUMELIN 92.66 pts 4 Benjamin HUDSON 92.16 pts 5 Matthias DANDOIS 91.83 pts 6 Adam KUN 90.66 pts
FISE World in Montpellier is a contest about the crowd. And that goes for flatland as well. The grass bank is completely filled up when the finals take place and they see Canada's Jean-William Prevost take the win from the Frenchies. Matthias Dandois holds on for second place while Benjamin Hudson from Santiago, Chile steps on the podium for spot number 3. First place qualifier Alex Jumelin couldn't hold it together and gets 5th right behind multiple world champion Viki Gomez. 1- Jean-William Prevost 2- Matthias Dandois 3- Benjamin Hudson 4- Viki Gomez