We’ve been seeing a ton of Instagram compilations from Pro riders that we all know, but here’s one from a rider in Poland you might not know much about, but SHOULD. Hit play to watch Andriy Podoba lay down a ton of crazy lines and combos during street and park sessions. The riding in this is absolutely phenomenal. If you aren’t already following him on Instagram, go give him a follow @andriypodoba!
BSD coming through with a fresh edit featuring Andriy Podoba going to work on spots all over Barcelona! Andriy is no stranger to putting is pegs to work, and slays spot after spot, cooking up some real solid clips! Hit play and take a look!
“Andriy Podoba is one of the new generation of the BSD Worldwide Crew riders, in his latest video he tears up the streets of Barcelona in his own super tech style, yeah bro!
Video by Ellia Sepe.
Additional filming by Dymtro Kovalenko and Emanuel.
Thanks to BikeStuff and Bidlo bikes!!” – BSD
If you’re looking for grinds, this new one from BSD‘s connect through Bikestuff, Andriy Podoba, is definitely for you. Hit play to watch him go to work on a ton of different rails and ledges, putting all of his pegs, along with plenty of nose balance to good use on everything he came across.
“The level of precision and technicality that you see across the board these days in street riding is out of hand, and right up there with them is BSD Worldwide Crew’s Andriy Podoba. Tech lines or kinked rails, this Ukrainian has it all. Filmed over 2018 on the streets of Italy, Poland, Latvia and Ukraine.
Filmed and edited by Taras Subtelny” – DIG
Bikestuff over in the Ukraine coming through with a BMX video introducing Andriy Podoba getting down on street spots. Andriy put in the work on finding spots for this one and ended up putting his pegs to good use, along with plenty of spinning, nose balance, bar spins and more. This has some clean riding and some clean film work! Check it out!
“After this video, most of you will definitely remember who Andrew likes and what he is capable of. He, and Taras Subtelny collected material from the early spring of this year. Many Ukrainian cities traveled around, and as you see, everything was not useless. Thank you for your attention and pleasant viewing.” – Bikestuff