This First-of-its-Kind BMX Edit May Be The Most Visually Stunning We’ve Ever Seen

This is what happens when you point 75 DSLR cameras at a flatland legend...

Flatland BMX is a pretty damn impressive discipline, and it’s never looked better than in this first-of-its-kind footage from Art BMX Magazine.

The edit is the first time 4K ultra-HD, PHANTOM ultra slow motion and a 75 dslr CamArray have been brought together for filming BMX, and the result is a spectacular visual showcase with legendary rider Viki Gomez at its centre.

For those that don’t know Viki, he’s currently one of the best riders in the world. The Spaniard has won major championships and heavily influenced the progression of his sport, and this latest footage is just more evidence of how flatland is as much an art form as it is a sport.

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