Check out what Brian Tunney got into in April!
We’re always looking forward to Brian Tunney‘s new video at the start of every month. Today is May 1st and right on schedule Brian delivers with a new one! Hit play to check out what he got into during his garage flatland sessions over the course of the month. As always, Brian delivers with some great riding, along with a song selection you probably haven’t heard before. Check it!
“It’s been a long month, and I am currently dealing with some right arm tendonitis spurred on by the second trick in this video. No surprise, undertaker forearm is a real thing as I cleared the year 48 mark and turned 49.
So instead, inspired by the “old school” feel of that second trick (which I actually filmed on March 31), I decided to try to make most of April a tribute to some classic tricks of my childhood, including smith decades, elbow glides and infinity rolls. (Let’s be honest here: that’s what most of my videos are anyway.) Some of this is very old, some of this is very old but things I never bothered to learn. And some of it, like the “dancing” smith decades, were just things I saw in videos that I tried, did a few of it, and decided I don’t need to do anymore.
As for trick 1: All year long so far, I’ve been doing pinky squeaks to walkaround g-turn hitch commensurate with the month, so in January I did one pinky squeak, Feb I did two, March I did three, and on April 29, I finally did four. I thought for a brief moment about keeping the trend going all year long, but multiple pinky squeaks is straight up cardio and my garage isn’t big enough for five. So I think it ends at four, for now.
Song by The National, thanks for dealing with an old man, the haircut and the new spin on some older moves.” – Brian Tunney