G-Shock dropped this quick new edit of Matthias Dandois getting clips. This guy is so ridiculously good. I can’t figure it out.
Matthias Dandois got a flat tire so he decided to pull out his camera for a session with Terry Adams, Dominik Nekolny, Jean Buhlon and Alan Young. This is a good one.
Here’s some footage from Matthias Dandois and Alex Jumelin from Ninja Spin that went down recently.
Matthias Dandois has been spending some time in Louisiana with Terry Adams. They have been getting into a whole bunch of different things and Matthias has been filming it. This is just a quick teaser of what to expect, but it’s looking to be pretty rad.
Matthias Dandois has a session for G-Shock. No explanation needed for how good the riding is.
Flatland street mind melter, Matthias Dandois, recently left his bike sponsor A Bad Thing. People who don’t follow flatland very closely (I dabble in the crazy videos but that’s about as far as my knowlege goes), probably had no idea he had something like starting his own bike company in the works. The new brand is listed as “BadB****”, so I’m going to assume that means BadBitch, which is pretty funny. Based on how much attention his riding gets, I’d imagine this won’t be a poor decision on his part. Here’s a few words about this news..
“As you know, I left A Bad Thing and I didn’t have any frame sponsor since then.
I have the awesome opportunity to launch my own project, Of course I don’t do it alone. with the help of Yohei “Ucchie” Uchino and Ares Byke Company, we launch “SuperB***”, A new bike company.
The team rider will be Ucchie, Tsutomo Kitayama, Kotaro Arai and Me. I’ll choose some rider in France to build a flow team so it might be pretty cool!
The prototype of the frames are en route and you know me, It’s gonna be street oriented!
Of course I’m still on Odyssey for the rest of my bike!
For now on this is all I can say, More news soon!” – Matthias Dandois
Spotted on Flatmatters
Matthias Dandois has this amazing new edit for Red Bull. Nobody can deny that Matthias is on a whole different level, and it’s really cool to see him trying to mix street and skateparks into his flatland lines. It’s so hard to even describe, let alone imagine, how he does what he does.
I also noticed another thing about the intro to this video. I’m not 100% sure if it is, but it seems to be a tribute to Paul Osicka who also has that same street/flatland mentality… Check out his part from the Fox “Expendable 3” video after the jump. You will know why I’m mentioning this right away…