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DownUnderGround 2016 – round 2 the video round

The next round of DownUnderGround is now here. Riders from around Australia have been out filming a contest run to submit for round two of DownUnderGround. The video contest concept is simple, each rider gets to submit one contest video run, up to two minutes long, as if they were riding at a flatland contest. […]

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Simon O’Brien 2016 Flatland video edit

Simon O’Brien recently won round 1 of DownUnderGround in Adelaide. During his runs he was putting out some crazy new combos. His riding is a continuous progression. After riding for over 20 years he continues to amaze and progress. Check out his latest video…

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Simon O’Brien on The Come Up TV and Beer Commercial!

Simon O’Brien recently took a trip over to the US for a month or so. While we was there he hit up a bunch of places including LA and Colorado. During his stay in LA and along with video legend, Bobby Carter, he hooked up a feature interview on The Come Up TV. Peep the […]

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Downunderground round two – The video round for 2015

The DownUnderGround contest series has been rolling in Australia since 2008. It is now into its seventh series. Round 1 took place in Sydney in February and round 3 will be taking place in Melbourne on the 28th of November. These are physical contests where riders all converge in one location and compete. As Australia […]

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DownUnderGround 2015 – Round 1 Sydney

The first stop of series 7 for DownUnderGround , the Australian bmx flatland contest series, was back to Sydney. It was a great weekend, the only part that made it hard was the wet weather which put a bit of a cloud over the whole event. Despite this, the majority of Australia’s riders showed up […]

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Simon O’Brien for Colony :: 2014

This is tech, this is creative, this is BMX Flatland at its purest.  Simon O’Brien once again kills it in this edit for Colony.

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