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