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Must Watch: World’s First Front Flip Front Bike Flip

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When there’s a new trick landed that previously only seemed possible in a video game, there is a good chance the Travis Pastrana’s Nitro Circus was involved. On their recent European tour, Ryan Williams pulled off an amazing front flip, front bike flip on a BMX and stuck the landing. More impressive? Ryan Williams is more known for his scooter riding being called one of the most talented scooter(ers?) on the planet.

Over the past few years, Ryan Williams has changed the way the Nitro Crew, and action sports fans in general, think about scooter riders.

Throwing down almost a dozen different world firsts including the Silly Willy, laid out double frontflips, front flip scooter flips, and a whole bunch more, R-Willy has proven to be one of the most talented action sports athletes on the planet, as well as the world’s best scooter rider.

However, scooters aren’t all he rides. He’s also an extremely skilled BMXer, hucking down tricks that most people wouldn’t even dream of throwing off the 50-foot high Nitro Gigant-A-Ramp.

On our recent European Tour – Willy threw down his first BMX world first – a front flip, forward bike flip. Check out the ridiculous vision!

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notthatbalsy
notthatbalsy
9 years ago

sweet dismount

Feldybikes
Feldybikes
9 years ago

That landing was ridonculously clean. So much so that I felt the need to use that word.

satisFACTORYrider
satisFACTORYrider
9 years ago

@feldybikes- echo your sentiments. it was sick.

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