We’re always stoked to check out some fresh Steve Kolb footage. Here’s a raw cut he put together from a solo flatland session he got in, inside an old abandoned warehouse. This place looks pretty creepy, but that didn’t keep him from firing out a few gems. Hit play and take a look!
Whenever we see Steve Kolb‘s name pop up with a new edit, we know we’re going to see something unique and creative. Here’s his latest BMX video from the Chicago area filled with flatland clips he has been filming as of late, along with a mix of park and dirt clips in there as well. Steve’s flatland riding continues to progress and he delivers with plenty of real solid clips worth taking a peek at. Check it out!
“Chicagoland Bmx rider Steve Kolb (@krazy_kolb) unleashes his flatland skills to a new level; consisting of difficult spinning variations mixed with a variety of old school combinations. This edit features what may be the first, No Handed Spinning Miami Hopper, and a variety of boomerang and whip variations. All the clips captured in the edit were filmed at some of the most prime spots in the Chicagoland region during the Fall of 2019. This edit also features Steve in action during street and dirt bmx jams, in addition to performing at parades. Continuing his passion for bmx, Steve’s goal is to inspire others and compete in FISE World Bmx Series in 2021.
Major thanks to the sponsors NoWear Bmx Company, Mudslingers Bike shop, Tuffluck, Grudge Bmx, OFG Apparel, and Chicago Action Sports.
Song: Starset “Manifest””
Over the past year, Steve Kolb has challenged himself to learning flatland. As many of you that have tried know, flatland is a whole different level and requires some insane balance and technical skills. Here’s a video Steve put together showing the progress he has made over the past year. It’s safe to say he’s learned a whole bunch of wild tricks and combos! Hit play and take it all in. This is definitely something different than you see every day.
“After 10 years of riding park and street, Steve Kolb dedicates a whole year to flatlanding where picked up a whole arsenal of combos in a short amount of time. This action packed edit includes Hop Decades (Steve’s signature Decadopper) to boomerangs, linked with turbine steamrollers, his signature Hiro Spin (named after his best friend Hiro Tsuchida), megaspin truck driver to opposite truck drivers and his one-handed miami wedge superman. After 1 year of serious practice and hard work; Steve proves to the bmx community that he has a lot of potential and will serve as a major contender in the future of flatland bmx.
Major thanks to sponsors who support Steve Kolb: NoWear Bmx Bike Company, Old Fat Guy Bmx, Mudslingers Bike Shop, Tuffluck Bmx, Sweaty Betty Apparel, and Chicago Action Sports.
Music: We Came as Romans – Learning to Survive”
Steve Kolb hit us with a link to his latest video from the sessions he has been getting in over the course of the spring from indoor to outdoor parks, all the way to Nebraska where he spent some time riding at the Nowear compound and more. As always, Steve delivers with a ton of creative and unique riding that mixes ramp riding and flatland riding. Check it!
“Steve Kolb AKA The Ramp Lander drops a creative edit with park and flatland riding combined which was filmed throughout the spring before starting his new career as a scientist in the petrochemical industry. Not only does he run experiments at his job, but also with flatland ramp combos in his free time. From Chicagoland, Steve hits a variety of dialed parks in the Midwest and throws down some major combos that have never been done before.
Follow Steve on Instagram @krazy_kolb for bmx action and stay tuned for his Flatland Year 1 Edit.
Major thanks to the sponsors NoWear Bmx, Mudslingers Bike Shop, Old Fat Guy Bmx, Tuffluck Bmx, and Chicago Action Sports.
Song: Godsmack-Temptation” – Steve Kolb
We’re always stoked to see what Steve Kolb is getting into. As of lately, he’s been putting in a lot of work to get his flatland riding dialed in and it is definitely showing. This video was made as a tribute to Chicago legend Hiro Tsuchida who passed away a few weeks back. Steve has always had a little more of an untraditional approach to BMX and it is what makes his riding so good. Hit play and take all of this in. You won’t be disappointed.
“Chicagoland Bmx rider Steve Kolb (@krazy_kolb) films his first flatland edit at Flatknox43 in tribute to his friend that passed away, pro bmx flatlander Hiro Tsuchida. Coming from a park and street background, Steve unleashes an immense amount of difficult flatland combos after only riding flatland for 9 months. The edit is packed with a variety of decade combos, spins, and old school moves such the undertaker and the Miami Wedge as displayed in the thumbnail. After being inspired and trained by Hiro, Steve continues his passion to motivate others and to keep flatland bmx alive.
Thanks to the sponsors @nowearbmx, @mudslingersbikeshop, @flat43bmx, @chicagoactionsports, and @oldfatguybmx
This edit was filmed by the IPod 5 using IMovie software.
Song: Parkway Drive – Shadow Boxing” – Steve Kolb
Steve Kolb coming through with a batch of footage from his winter sessions at Asylum Skatepark…
This past winter was a brutal one in the Midwest. Fortunately for Steve Kolb, he had the Asylum Skatepark to ride and keep the sessions going. Although it’s hot as hell out and summer, Steve decided to put his clips together from his winter sessions and whipped up this rad new edit. As always, Steve gets super creative and does a lot of tricks most people are doing! Hit play and check it out!
“Steve Kolb escapes the brutal Chicago winter by shredding up The Asylum Skatepark bowl and the new addition to the street section. A variety of bmx tricks and stylish moves are demonstrated on the NoWear Bmx Mike Dinello Signature frame with a hint of creative riding on unique obstacles. Edit featuring clips of Matt Dykema as he contributed to filming this video. Follow Steve on Instagram @krazy_kolb and his sponsors @nowearbmx, @mudslingersbikeshop, @chicagoactionsports, @oldfatguybmx, @thebarendguy to support the midwest Bmx scene.
Edit filmed with the IPod Touch 5 using Imovie Software.
Song: The Offspring – The Nitro Youth” – Steve Kolb
Steve Kolb coming through with a new edit from Jackson Creek Skatepark…
Here’s a fresh video Steve Kolb dropped in the inbox from some riding time he has been getting in at the Jackson Creek Skatepark out in Illinois. Steve is always coming through with creative, unique and original riding and this video has no shortage of just that. These ramps might not be very big, but it looks like it got the job done. Take a look!
“Steve Kolb shredding with his new NoWear Bmx Mike DiNello Signature frame at the gnarly mini ramp park known as Jackson Creek Skatepark located in Frankfort, IL. Filmed in a matter of less than 2 hours, Steve unleashes a variety of bangers, technical combos, with stylish execution of tricks even in opposite variations. Highlights of this “Mini Rampage Edit” include 540 lookback on a 3 ft quarter, 270 smith to 360 manual to 180 to fakie, footjam to fakie to footjam no footed can can, and an abubaca to fakie to footjam 180 downwhip reverse 180.
Major gratitude towards the sponsors NoWear Bmx, Mudslingers Bmx Shop, Old Fat Guy Bmx, and Chicago Action Sports for supporting Steve Kolb’s Bmx adventures!
Follow Steve Kolb on Instagram @krazy_kolb for bmx action
Song: Chevelle – Jars
Film info: Edit self-filmed 5/10/18 with an IPod Touch 5 using IMovie Software”
Steve Kolb has been on it with the videos. Here’s a fresh one featuring a ton of footage he collected during skatepark and dirt sessions that he has been catching around the Midwest. As always, Steve puts his unique and very deep bag of tricks to good use on everything he touches. Hit that play button and take it all in!
“Freestyle Bmx riding at various parks in the Midwest with creative combos of grinds, airs, and bangers such as 540 Downside Whip Airs, Alleyoop 7s, 180 Smith cab manual 180 smith cab, and many more. Lot of hard work went into creating this video, thank you to everyone that was involved. Sponsors: Chicago Action Sports, Mudslingers Bike shop, and Wheel and Sprocket Bike shop. Thank you to NoWear Bmx for support on new frame; if you like the video, give it a share. Video filmed by IPod 5, song: Rise Against “Forgotten Sons””