New month, new Brian Tunney video!
It’s October! With every new month, we get a new Brian Tunney to start things off right! As always, Brian delivers with a ton of solid flatland riding and music selection to enjoy. Check out what Brian cooked up for clips during his garage sessions, then check out more details about each clip below!
“A few weeks ago, following the proliferation of undertakers I post on Instagram, Canadian flatland legend Shane Neville (of Flatland Manifesto and Ronin) suggested I try to add a cancan to the end of undertakers.
Thirty days later, this is the result. It’s a hodge podge of undertakers, randomness, one wall bounce and some old school BMX things I hadn’t done in a few years. And, instead of stressing over next to impossible tricks, I had fun with the oldies.
Here’s a quick rundown if you’re curious:
1. The first barspin undertaker to cancan I landed.
2. The first double barspin undertaker to cancan I landed. (while it was raining outside, hence the weird angle)
3. The same stupid rolling combo I usually do, but this time, I grab the frame on the invisible hand part.
4. Tailwhip to undertaker to one-foot long rope-a-roni. (I need more space to roll this further.)
5. Tailwhip to undertaker to cancan.
6. Cancan to undertaker to cancan. (Kinda stupid but oh well.)
7. Peg wheelie to undertaker. (Super old but still fun.)
8. Peg wheelie to undertaker to cancan in a really stupid hat. (I was having trouble getting this right and then thought, if you wear the dumb hat, you’ll land it first try. That was unfortunately a correct assumption.)
9. Half-hiker to dave duster to fire hydrant to backward hitchhiker to wall bounce inspired by Mark Lewman’s sequence from Freestylin’ over 30 years ago.
10. Footjam to smoothie boomerang smith decade thing.
11. Squeaker to undertaker.
12. Shane’s original trick request: Throw a cancan in between the undertaker and smith decade. I thought this would take a few months to get right but it only took an hour and five minutes.
Until October, keep your feet on the pegs but keep reaching for the stars…” – Brian Tunney