Is this the world's first bri flip on a mountain bike? We don't know, but it looks pretty rad!
Rider: Jonas Bachmann
Filmer: Lukas Bachmann
1/11/2014 1:28 PM
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1/12/2014 8:34 AM
no scooter tricks...
1/11/2014 4:32 PM
A "bri" flip? What kind of stupid BS is this? He just tailwhipped his bike at a different angle... I'm down for different variations of tricks because it keeps things interesting but this "world's first" trend is absurd. You don't see people calling a dumped 360 a "hurculean spin" and you def. didn't see someone post up a world's first video in order to gain some cheap attention.
1/11/2014 2:46 PM
Looks like a corked Tailwhip to me, instead of the bike spinning under him its spinning beside him on a different axis.
1/11/2014 2:08 PM
Looked like a "bikeflip" - what's the diff?
1/11/2014 2:27 PM
With a bike flip, one hand is removed from the bars and the bike pivots around the hand that is still on the bars. A bri flip, both hands stay on the bars at all times. It's a trick that originated in scootering (is that a word?).
This video helps give you the gist of it.