Matt Whyatt had his fans on Facebook toss out tricks they wanted to see him do. He picked 10 of the submissions and put together this video of him taking care of business. I wish I could do half the shit in this, haha.
Nothing better than seeing a guy like Matt Whyatt throw down where they feel most comfortable riding… Tons of goodness in this.
“Failure Bikes rider Matt Whyatt gives an inside look at Rampfest Skatepark in Melbourne, Australia and throws down the type of riding you’d expect from a ridiculous pro at his local spot. Awesome park and amazing riding! Credit: Bret Trigg”
Here’s a look at the backflip tailwhip to late 360 that Matt Whyatt dropped during one of the Nitro Circus shows recently. The comments on Youtube are saying it’s not a backflip but a corked 720. What do you think? I personally think because of the whip, he snaps the backflip pretty quick to get the rotation for the 360 going…. Lets hear it!
Always good to see some fresh footage of Matt Whyatt throwing down…
“DC Australia BMX athlete Matt Whyatt, gets set for the Nitro Circus Capital City Tour starting in May. Matt isn’t afraid of going big over anything. He’s set to go big over the Giganta Ramp, this video is just a taste of what Matt is going to let loose this year.
Produced by DCShoes
Track: Collapse (Bonus Track)
Album: Apology In Demand
Chris Courtenay and Matt Whyatt spent two days filming clips at the Brisbane park for this new edit. Both guys threw down some big tricks for sure. Take a look at it.
“The annual Connections BMX Birthday Jam took place on the 28th of January 2012 @ Eaglehawk Skatepark, Bendigo. Great day had by all!
Riders Include: Jake Deering, Andrew Ahumada, Michael Measures, Dean Manson, Zac Balnaves, Chris Barnes, Jess Goodwin, Jai Bradley, Shanon Farrugia, Jess Cini, Dean Anderson, Tom Vadala, Julez Harris, Nick Harris, Matt Whyatt, Bret Trigg + More!
Filmed: Curtis Winstanley
Additional Filming: Ash Slattery
Edited: Kurt Teague
Song: Grouplove – Tounguetied
FIST Handwears newest recruit Todd Meyn, was over in Melbourne for a week riding and hanging out. Meyn, Whyatt & Farrugia were hit with some rain, so they headed indoors to have a session. Lucky we were on hand to capture all the madness that went down.
Farrugia took a heavy slam to the face on a 720 bar spin gone wrong, resulting in him sitting out a majority of the session.
Produced By FIST Handwear
Film + Edit = Bret Trigg Visual / Bret Trigg
Matt Whyatt took the brakes off and pulled out the iPhone to see what he could make happen. Here’s the end result. Really good riding.