Amazing doesn't even begin to describe this trick video featuring Tim Knoll, who is simply a master of his craft.
As with a great many things that go on to break the Internet, we spotted this video posted to a particular Reddit thread.
The various comments from astounded aficionados can be summed up in just one word: "Wow!"
As for details, the YouTube description informs us that the video was filmed and edited by Tony Schneidewind with music provided by Phil Knoll. None of that, however, solves our one burning question: How in the hell did he do that?
It's hard to single out a favorite moment, because the entire video is chockablock full of captivating stunts.
Now I don't claim to be a master of BMX riding. OK, I am pretty sketchy just trying to ride down the street on a regular bike. Still, I was pretty astounded at how Knoll floats up the stairs at the 41-second mark.
Judging by the comments on Reddit, it seems my amazement was well warranted. Of course, there are so many more tricks that had me shaking my head in wonderment, and he makes every last one look so easy.
That had me curious as to how many fails occurred before dropping this epic video, especially the flips that have his head move dangerously close to the pavement.
Call off the search for the best in BMX tricks, because we found them.
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