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  • kris
    April 10th

    There’s long been talk in the fixed freestyle world over the differences in 180 styles. For quite a while there’s been the typical BMX style 180’s where one hops with a “power” foot pulling up the front wheel before the rear while rotating. With foot retention came another style of 180 where you pretty much elevate your bike by pulling up on your straps and rotate…often called a flat 180, Poke’mon 180 or Tokyo Twist. Never seen a 360 done in the latter until now. Have to say this looks really damn clean. Fast and snappy like I’ve never seen. Glad I caught this floating around Facebook. Check it.


    kris
    November 8th

    Check the ender. Banginnnnnn.


    kris
    November 2nd

    Ride the Republic–Denton’s POV from Armand Kohandani on Vimeo.

    Riders from Denton, Dallas, Houston, Austin, San Marcos, and College Station converged upon Bryan, Texas on Saturday October 17, 2009. This film is made from the point of view of the riders from Denton, Texas. Filmed with a Canon Vixia HF20 and edited with Pinnacle Studio Plus 12.


    kris
    August 15th

    kris
    July 23rd

    Very Nice!

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