After over 20 tries and months of preparations, I finally rolled away from the World's First 360 Double Backflip on BMX. This has to be one of the hardest tricks I've ever landed in my life. Thought it deserved its own seperate upload.
Going outside my comfort zone and tried some New Tricks that I have never done on BMX before. Some of the tricks, I never thought I would ever do, so overall it was one of may favourite sessions ever at RWilly Land!
Today we decided to try bring "Scooter Tricks" to the BMX world! We started out with a "Bartwist" then worked our way up to tricks like "1080 Briflip!" I can't believe some of the tricks that worked. I plan to bring some of these to the lander next time I ride it!
Nitro Circus stop in to Adelaide for the final show of the Australia tour this year (Due to safety risk) and I finally land one of the hardest BMX tricks I have ever tried. It has taken me 6 years to land the 720 Double Backflip (Double Cork 1440) on BMX and I couldn't have done it at a more perfect time. I also try a bunch of other World First tricks during practice and the other athletes throw down as well!
8 year old Caiden Cernius come out to RWilly Land to hit my backyard Mega Ramp! He even tried a Backflip but it didn't go to plan! I also managed to New Tricks I have been wanting to do for a very long time.
X Games Shanghai 2019 Day One News and Results – Ryan Williams Defends BMX Big Air Gold. ESPN proudly lifted the curtain on a new destination for X Games at a one-of-a-kind venue adjacent to Shanghai Disney Park in Shanghai with an action-packed first day. The final competition of the evening was BMX Big Air, where Australia’s Ryan Williams defended gold with a mind-blowing frontflip bri-flip over the gap and frontflip flair on the quarterpipe. Williams’ first X Games competition was only X Games Minneapolis 2018, and while he missed the podium on his first appearance, he’s won gold both times subsequently. Williams edged out Vince Byron on the last run of the competition. Fellow Aussie Byron took silver (91.66) and American James Foster added to his medal collection with bronze (87.66).
BMX Big Air results: 1. Ryan Williams, 93.00 (AUS) 2. Vince Byron, 91.66 (AUS) 3. James Foster, 87.66 (USA) 4. Mykel Larrin, 86.66 (USA) 5. Morgan Wade, 86.00 (USA) 6. Colton Satterfield, 85.00 (USA) 7. Andy Buckworth, 74.00 (AUS)
Putting together by far the lightest and most expensive BMX bike I have ever owned! Firstly we check out my 2 previous bikes including the one I won my first X Games Gold medal on and the one I'm currently riding on tour with Nitro Circus!
16 year old Arina Azarova throwing Backflips over the Mega Ramp at Proryv Fest in Moscow! This was the last show I did in Russia and I tried out so many new things, including electrocuting myself with RAY GUNS!?