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On 28/11/2017 at 3:55 PM, Luke Rainbird said:

This is my new favourite Lloyds bank advert :)

Easier said than done, if only I could get rid of that black horse outta my head and replace it with Flipp's bike and riding. 

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Sensational video Flipp.

With every video you release there is constantly evolving elements to your riding. 

Easily one of the most creative, skilled riders of this sport ever.

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You're videos always have Wtfffffff moments for me because they are mind boggling or so creative. Everyone elses moves are just nice or smooth or clean nothing amazing. Bitch cranks don't bother me street riders feeling the need to  put a meh spin at end of an already awesome line bugs me. The French guys are the worst for this. 

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With regards to the whole bitch crank topic -

It's simple

I love Flipps riding. I love Ali's riding.

Can't really see a need for the arguement myself. 

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Love it man. Your videos really are art. I see the thought you put into angles and lines. Your vids make me want to produce again. Thanks.

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2 hours ago, jamesb said:

I see the thought you put into angles and lines. 

My one criticism is the angles, only on the basis that Flipp ends up out of frame in most shots. I end up watching the bike mostly which almost makes the riding less impressive - it doesn't but I do think a well filmed edit could make the riding look a tonne better. 

But the pain of tripod filming isn't lost on me... 

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