Quentin didn’t waste time and published his Seeking part 3 edit after his D.I.Y appetiser a few days ago. Once again Quentin surprises with an incredible bike control. Xfoot tricks are so hard to pull, but Quentin has found the Xfoot-QI and does amazing to-Xfoot switches. So proud to have him in the team….
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New edit from team rider Quentin Pelorson with some new orginial tricks and switches. Quentin does the hardest tricks with such an ease and flow, it is a pleasure to watch him riding. I am curious what Quentin brings us in the new Seeking part 3 edit he annouces at the end of the video.
Quentin just received his new prototype frame from Aresbikes and he already comes up with a new signature trick. No foot-jump over the handlebar…how is that even possible! I hope Quentin invents more tricks like this in the future. I am already curious…
Quentin Pelorson brings us a new signature trick in his new D.I.Y edit. The “J. Spin” is a no foot front wheel spin and the original idea came from John Leblond. I haven’t seen a no foot spin before, this looks amazing.
Check this new how to xfoot steamroller edit from Quentin Pelorson. Find all other how to videos with Quentin here.
Our team rider Quentin Pelorson putted together this D.I.Y. edit. Quentin’s plan was to make a video without doing steamrollers. Instead of steamrollers you see tricks like cross footed halpacker g-turn, inside halfpacker to inside halfpacker jump, plastic man to foot jam whip….Quentin definitely pushed the limits to achieve his goal. This is what Quentin said about his new video:
“Steamroller is one of the first tricks beginners learn in BMX Flatland.
This trick can be linked with almost any other, it became an easy to handle trick in the middle of a combo.
By removing this trick from my combos, I was obligated to discover new tricks to build my combos.
Ever since my combos have become smoother and more dynamic.
Sometimes, thanks to a limitation, you get over your own limits.”
“Steamroller est un des tout premier trick que l’on apprend en BMX Flatland.
Ce trick peut être enchainer avec presque n’importe quel autre, il devient alors une position de confort au milieu d’un enchaînement.
En m’imposant d’enlever ce trick de mes enchaînements j’ai été obligé de découvrir de nouveaux tricks pour construire mes enchaînements.
Depuis mes enchaînements sont devenus plus fluides et plus dynamiques.
Parfois, grâce à une contrainte, on dépasse ses limites.”