Paul Bas - First Natural Terrain Double Backflip

Apr 30, 2012
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Fulfilling a lifelong dream, Teva freeride mountain bike athlete, Paul Basagoitia can now add a natural terrain double backflip to his long list of accomplishments. Paul B is the first MTB athlete to land a double backflip.

bigquotesIt felt great when my wheels touch the ground because I don't think my body could have handled another hit. It wasn't easy, I knocked myself out a couple times but I finally accomplished what I've been trying to do for years. - Paul B

Following in the footsteps of other legendary action sports athletes such as Levi Lavalle and Travis Pastrana, accomplishing a double backflip is a major accomplishment for both the athlete and the progression of any sport.

bigquotesThe double back flip isn't the most technical trick, but it takes a lot of airtime and even more commitment. Once you leave the take off, there is no turning back and no way to bail out. Paul has guts and it's great to see that he's pushing the limits. - Travis Pastrana

In celebration of Paul joining the Teva mountain bike team, Paul’s sponsors Teva and Red Bull partnered together to support his vision for this project—to put the mountain back into mountain biking.

bigquotesThere are a lot of kids on mountain bikes doing the same crazy tricks that BMX guys are doing. Let's bring that into the big mountain scene and showcase what a mountain bike can actually do. - Paul B

169 Comments

  • + 121
 First, props to Bas, now one of a select few bike riders who can stomp a double flip. However, I'm not sure that he can claim this as the first natural terrain double flip? If he means out in the middle of nowhere then he's probably right, but if he means a dirt ramp/landing then I'm almost certain that Lacondeguy was the first. He double flipped a dirt jump in NWD 8.
  • + 148
 I was expecting natural terrain to mean no building/minimal building, like a lot of the lines built by the riders in the red bull rampage... But that lip has had some pretty serious spade work.

Still massive props (especially after some of those "landings")
  • + 62
 Exactly my thinking, I don't want to take away from Bas doing the double flip - its insane, just feel that there needs to be some clarification as to what he's calling "natural terrain."
  • + 74
 the kicker might have been a freaking awesome natural phenomenon... you never know Razz
  • + 21
 It was cool, but in what way is that "natural" terrain. It was natural matter reformed into jumps, and that has been done before. Very cool thing to do, but by no means the first anything.
  • - 38
 Really, everyone?

Then NOTHING we ride is natural. Sorry.
Even newly carved XC trails are still man-cleared and prepped for riding.

In fact, IMBA and everyone else DISCOURAGES off-trail riding, which is the only true definition of "Natural"...

So just let this be cool for what it is!
  • + 12
 @togoodie

Reductio ad absurdum - look it up (hint: It's not a Harry Potter spell)..

secondly.. ya.. pretty vague on that definition of "natural".. given his jump wasn't anything different than something you'd find in a bike park or dirt jump lot I'm wondering if he was maybe just trying to say that that was HIS first double backflip?
  • + 14
 Took Latin for 4 years... I'm good.. LOL My point still stands until otherwise refuted... Nothing's natural if you're shaping it for riding.
  • + 2
 I think he means Natural terrain simply on his personal side. As in he himself has done them to airbag and foam, but never to actual dirt? Maybe, idk.
  • + 32
 I think Teva marketers (not just Paul B) knew perfectly well what kind of response phrases like "first MTB athlete to land a double backflip" or "natural terrain" will generate. Even bad publicity makes for good advertisement Smile That said I also think this Woodward-grade take-off is pretty artificial, it's just set into a nice Utah backdrop (or wherever it is he's riding).

BS aside - he's got some balls to even jump that stuff. Flipping it twice makes it other-worldly. Restecp!
  • + 1
 ^ So. east/so. Utah, yeah... and I think you're on point with saying it's Teva behind all it just trying to snag views. Teva is heavily featured and shown in the video after all. But that jump looks like so much fun!
  • + 7
 @togood2die.

It depends on how your are parameterising "we". If it means the majority of riders - your point stands. However if it includes the very best riders, I've seen the big mountain guys ride an incredible amount of natural lines - basically just carving down the side of mountains!

Some DH trails are made naturally, by marking out a track and riding them in. Admittedly, some man made features, such as jumps/berms are usually added to trails "built" like this - but arguably 90% of the trail is natural.

Gee Atherton and Bearclaw demonstrated how some subtle building can be used to enhance natural terrain in the 2010 Red Bull Rampage. If I remember correctly there was some minor work* to a couple of take-offs and landings to make them rideable combined with a huge amount of natural line choice.

*obviously excluding the massive dirt quarter Gee used at the bottom of his run...
  • + 8
 Despite the ramp. runway and landing looks pretty much natural to me.
  • + 8
 @ Benlow : I think Greg Watts was the first to land the 2flips on a MTB at the 26 Trix (Austria) 2006 or 2007 !
  • + 7
 Greg Watts, then Alex Pro, then Andreu!
  • + 2
 God, those crashes on the double backflip attempts... I would certainly f**k myself, and totally get hurt! He just picks up the bike and goes to another try. Is he even human? o.o

Btw, Props, Paul...
  • - 1
 I wonder what series of climatic and geological events cause such formations ?

Still it was a very sick jump and X2 flip , but about as natural as M,Jackson..
  • - 1
 Paul Bas - Thumbs up! That was rad. Teva - Thumbs down for tainting an amazing accomplishment with marketing BS.
  • + 5
 wow haters gonna hate. come on, he explains pretty clearly what he means by natural terrain in the beginning of the video. Just watch it again and listen to what he says.
  • + 6
 Whats with the hype? The landing on that thing is softer than a Red Bull Joyride landing which AL landed doubles on years ago. This is a lame claim! What? We're going to start claiming everything as a first? Put a ramp up there and we'll see the first double on a synthetic and natural feature! First double backflip after eating a cheese burger. A double backy is a double backy and I feel sorry for P Bas because I would not want to be claiming something like this like it's a huge first.
  • + 1
 Damn! Him and the bike took quite a beating...
  • + 1
 ebahn, I totally agree. Respect for the double backflip!! But there isn't big difference to what has already been done... I don't see this as hating (you are f*cking haters), I am just being realistic. Face it Smile Otherwise nice video Smile
  • + 1
 its just big moutain with some dirt jumps at the end but still a sick trick
  • + 1
 I think natural as in down a mountain, yet i do not know everyone who have done double backflips. But that is what i think.
  • + 2
 There's no 'natural' in the claim anyway - Video title is clearly 'Paul Bas to land first MTB Double Backflip' - Which is major bs.

Other than that - Its sick, yo! lol
  • + 0
 @scott-townes its not utah, it's in arizona.
  • + 2
 seeing as most double flips are done on big polished dirt jumps or a big step up a think what they really meant was first free ride double flip. Free ride fits more because its out in the Arizona desert a free ride location, and he does the double flip on a step down while riding a full suspension.
  • + 2
 @Bunkey, 'natural' is right in the title..?
  • + 1
 'Natural' is in the pinkbike article title - the actual video posted by Teva is titled differently.
  • + 1
 Bunkey, believe it or not we're all on pinkbike right now so that's what were reading, and either way someone is claiming "natural". Actually, if you watch the video, Bas says it himself.
  • + 2
 First "big mountain double flip" would be more appropriate?
  • + 1
 Am I mistaken or wasn't Paul B in the group of Kona Clump riders congratulating Andrea Lacondeguy on his double flip on that dirt jump? If you guys don't see any difference between dirt jumping and big mountain thats your own personal problem with what have become the colloquial definitions of natural terrain in the sport. First guy to 720 a 26 (on film and in competition), first guy to double whip a 26 (in competition), only person to have back to back wins at Crankworx and first guy to double flip on natural terrain. Lets hope Paul B stays injury free this year and gets some better results in comps.
  • + 2
 ^ chopper, you don't need to run through a guy's resume that we all know about already, haha. It's just weird trying to define what makes a jump natural, although it's built up, just to get a "record" especially from someone who's very legit already. I still say it's Teva's doing to garner attention.
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 @togood2die

"Reductio ad absurdum" is not Latin. It's jibberish that sounds like Latin. But you "took Latin for 4 years" so of course you knew that.
  • + 5
 notu, it is latin for reduction to the absurd - the logical fallacy of reducing someone's argument to ridiculous proportions and then criticising the result. Not jibberish at all.
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  • + 99
 That lip is about as natural as a big ole pair of fake titties.
  • + 4
 haahahha!
  • + 2
 Tit-ties.... That's fun to say.
  • + 1
 And there ain't nothin wrong with that.
  • + 1
 But you love them both just the same
  • + 4
 If you can touch them,they are not fake, what we are talking about is stock, vs modified.
  • + 2
 ^ As in engineered to perfection (by nature) vs. FUBAR'd by "tuners" (plastic surgeons)...
  • + 1
 WELL SAID YESOK!
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  • + 15
 Natural terrain?...then beer must be organic by now...!
  • + 1
 Come to BC. We have organic beer.
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  • + 11
 Story should read..... Man takes spade and digs kicker on hillside then does a double backflip...... this is not natural....come on......yes it is a hard trick....but this is just a PR bollocks....
  • + 8
 Its probably not the first time anyone has double flipped a natural terrain jump but i think its the first time anyone has ridden a gnarly line into a jump and doubt flipped it.
  • + 3
 maybe but it doesnt change the fact that this is marketing PR bollocks from TEVA....
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  • + 12
 Imagine the tour guides taking hiking parties through Utah - and on your left you'll see Bas doing a double backflip...
  • + 5
 Double backflip? Where? OH, over by the Red Bull flag and Teva billboard!! lol
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  • + 9
 The fact he cased over and over, and still got back up and walked his bike back up to try it again is just amazing. Fair bloody play xD
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 Here is the first "natural terrain" double. Remote and all:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZPettABWlrI

Big props for the dedication to get this double bagged but it's a total marketing BS to call it natural terrain and especially first!
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  • + 5
 Oh my goodness...way to stay true to form pinkbike. I would love to see anyone that has made a comment about 'that's not a real natural double flip' pull a double. Urgh this site can be real annoying having so many 'couch pros' on it.
  • + 0
 hahaha 'couch pros' - classic
  • + 1
 I would say marketing experts, really though the public can differentiate between real and over egged....
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  • + 7
 Can't believe people hating on the triple backflip guy , that was sic but I'd hardly call it natural , before the neg props start coming it was awesome and huge props to Bas
  • + 1
 its a double i think
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 This is for all you haters and ramp tramps. How can you watch that video, then come on here and claim it isn't natural terrain. It is impossible to find a lip with perfect dimensions for a jump like that without it needed a little tweaking. I saw nothing "unnatural" about it! I would love to see any of you attempt a double back flip on that terrain. It isnt gonna happen without building that lip. This guy accomplished something amazing and you all are gonna pick it to pieces and demean it. Ridiculous! Paul Bass made history, that's probably more that any of you can say. Quit your bitching and give the man props! PB you are an inspiration to young riders...taking mountain bikes back where they belong.
  • + 5
 1) That lip wasn't created by using "a little tweaking". It isn't only sculpted, but dirt was piled, packed, and then supported with rocks. Despite the extremities of the run in that jump is no more natural than a dirt jump you'd find at the Post Office jumps or Whistler.

2) I've yet to see a single person bash Paul for hitting this jump. In fact there are alot of people giving him props for not only sticking the trick, but trying again and again after taking repeated hard hits.

3)What people are disputing is whether or not "Paul Bass made history". And since the double backflip has long since never been a first, his claim rest solely upon whether or not his feat can be defined as "natural". Unfortunately as it is painfully obvious that this jump was in fact built. Which in and of itself demeans every other athlete who has performed a double backflip off of a scultped jump, by saying that his was the first.

In short.. His jump is no more natural or unnatural than any sculpted dirt jump, and He is not the first to perform a double back flip off a double dirt jump. Have him pull that off of a drop or over an unsculpted ridge and ya.. he's got it. Good for him. But the only thing here demeaning is the clearly false claim that has been made.
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 Oh and I should add, that was frigging rad, and as for the Teva thing. Money makes the world go round kids, and just because Teva is in your face about it, doesn't mean it isn't happening in different ways form all your favourite companies.
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  • + 7
 Really happy to see Bas throwing it down again, he is the man.
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  • + 2
 This is such sick vid, and I really cant believe he would try again and again after some of those bails, but what is the definition of natural? "in a state of nature; uncultivated, as land." So if this land was "cultivated" by the construction of the kickers, I believe the definition of natural no longer applies. Nothing can take away from the bad-assness of this stunt though.
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  • + 2
 First off... Nice.


But here's what I have to say about this... That is NOT a natural hit. Sorry. But this claim is 100% B.S. That's like saying Shawn White's custom built half pipe is a natural terrain hit because it's in BFE and you have to fly out to get to it. Or all those booters people have been building off train forever are natural terrain. Or hell call a half pipe natural terrain, it's built out of wood.

And secondly... Pretty sure Greg Watts pulled a double on a more natural hit than this 3 years ago.



yeah for hype!
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  • + 3
 This is the first double flip I've ever seen incorporated into a natural terrain line. Sure they built the lip, but that's not what they're referring to when they say "natural terrain".
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  • + 4
 If you haven't ridden your bike in that evviroment you can't say it's not "natural"... Go put your tires on that line.. Big deal he had to build a lip. That was sick Paul!
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 I don't get how he can possibly think that is natural terrain, you can clearly tell that the lip has been built up and dug out and the landing groomed. sure its in a freeride/natural environment and there might have been something naturally occurring there that somewhat resembled a jump but after all the work they did to it, its really no different then doing it off any dirtjump which has been done numerous times before. basically if you modify it at all before hitting it then it isn't natural any more and therefore doesn't count.
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  • + 2
 i would've called it big mountain terrain double. The other thing is that likely there was no machine making the jumps and also only the kicker materials were all dug out there.
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  • + 6
 Well that was insane...
  • - 12
 So mad! Far more respect to someone doing that, than a triple flip on a bmx which has been set up with huge ramps and run ins....
  • - 22
 Agreed. Anyone (theoretically) can do it on a super smooth perfectly measured out jump. But this takes real skill
  • + 13
 Bring the trick to Red Bull Rampage!
  • + 1
 Cam Zink eat your heart out!
  • + 34
 What? So a double flip is harder than a triple?? You guys are tripping. I ride MTB but I still think the triple on a BMX is crazier. For one a BMX has 20 inch wheels and zero suspension. I would also rather slam onto dirt than a wooden landing! Don't get me wrong- this is sick- but why knock the triple flip?

I don't see how that's natural.... the kicker was obviously built in that position etc. This is just a TEVA advert.
  • - 12
 I can't believe I actually have to do this for you guys... 1 2 3 So... Single Double Triple -_-
  • - 2
 All I'm saying is that in my opinion, it takes more balls to throw down something like a double on dirt with a run in like that, than it does to do a triple on a smooth ramp. I'm not knocking the triple at all. But then I forgot, this is the internet which means I can't have an opinion...
  • + 6
 I would agree, but this jump wasnt really what I was expecting for "natural". The take off, run in, and landing were all obviously shaped by shovels. If it was a truly natural jump, a double flip would be more impressive than a triple.
  • + 11
 I see what you're saying man. Bringing tricks to big mountain are always going to be more tech and sketchy. However, this ramp had a pretty soft well-groomed transition. He ate shit 3 or 4 times before he landed it. If Jed Mildon landed the way Paul landed on his face...he probably would've broken his neck on the wooden ramp. Therefore, in my opinion, the triple flip is more risky with less room for error. With both of our opinions aside though, we can both agree that its another step forward for mountain biking and congrats to Paul Bas (because he is a legend).
  • + 1
 I can agree with that mate
  • + 2
 Land it in a Big event such as Red Bull Rampage with a solid line, that's a podium finish for sure.
  • - 1
 On mega ramps, the speed is easier to guage, if not just roll in. So, i disagree.
  • + 4
 @takeiteasyridehard: The roll in for Bas was simple enough- once he's hit it a couple of times he'd know exactly where to start to get the right speed. It's not like he was getting towed in or having to pedal like a madman to generate speed.

I'm still failing to understand how a double flip can be better than a triple- ok so it's on dirt rather than wood- but last time I checked Jed Mildon did a double flip and then flipped again afterwards- surely that means it's crazier? Bas is sick- don't get me wrong- but this is a load of hype over something we've all seen before, however impressive.
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  • + 1
 Good lord he stacked it up so hard on some of those landings!!! I can't believe he was able to pull it off after all that whiplash and sand in his teeth!

I'm not going to take anything away from Sam Reynold's double backflip or the whole lot of bmxer's who can tre'flip over wooded ramps and djs, but riding down a ridge trail w/ exposure and what not adds a different element to the game(not necessarily any easier or harder).

I bet Paul would have a hell of a time just doing a double back flip at a skate park and the bulk of your bmx riders would have trouble just riding a big bike on the line Paul double back flipped over....just too many variables to get into it and have a viable argument.
  • + 1
 Haha, the run-in into that jump was hardly exposed or a ridge...
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 Don't worry guys. Paul B (one of my favorite riders) probably went out to film that segment only knowing that Teva wanted him to pull a double back flip. I'd be willing to bet that Teva, the corporate entity who is trying to draw attention to their product through this video, decided what to "hype" this as (natural).
I refuse to buy Teva MTB shoes, anyway. They were never a company that helped develop MTB gear, nor do they have roots to MTB. They simply decided to jump into a market after evaluating profitablity varibles.
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  • + 5
 Gravity off, cheat code enabled..
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  • + 3
 It's definitely gnarly then other double flips thats first sure! To ride a big mountain line and then to do the double is insane!! PAUL BASS IS THE MAN!!
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  • + 1
 Andreu Lacondeguy Double flipped a fully at Crankworx. Earlier version of the same bike. I think he ran single speed too. The new Entourage has similar short stays and weight. Would love to see him flip one of those at Rampage with any gears that could take it.
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  • + 2
 has anyone ever double flip on a dual suspension bike like he did? One of the coolest things iv'e seen in a long time!! WAY TO GO BASS!!
  • + 1
 Andreu Lacondeguy Double flipped a fully at Crankworx. Earlier version of the same bike. I think he ran single speed too. The new Entourage has similar short stays and weight. Would love to see him flip one of those at Rampage with any gears that could take it.
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  • + 4
 Props to Paul Bas! no props to Teva for the shitty Rage knockoff
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  • + 0
 .....there is probably some local no name kid somewhere doing real NATURAL TERRAIN double back flips not even giving a fuck about exposing his riding abilities through some superficial medium...... yall can hate me if you want but to say this is the first natural terrain double backflip is a insult to the intellengence of its viewers.....
  • + 2
 you seem to be pretty intellengent, so i ain't hatin
  • + 1
 That kid should get a camera, post on youtube and get some free shoes and energy drinks.
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  • + 4
 The natural bit is pretty much bullshit, but THAT WAS SICK!
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  • + 0
 "Terrain is used as a general term in physical geography, referring to the lie of the land. This is usually expressed in terms of the elevation, slope, and orientation of terrain features. Terrain affects surface water flow and distribution. Over a large area, it can affect weather and climate patterns."

The TERRAIN is natural. That is what is being referred to here. It is a man made jump placed in natural terrain. The jump isnt part of a man made course, dirtpark, skatepark etc. Which is where all other doubles have been landed?

Haters gonna hate. Amazing trick and props to Paul bas.
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  • + 1
 This vid makes me want to listen to Rage Against The Machine with the volume at 11- the real music, not that half-hearted soundtrack copy o_0

:p

mad props for a double flip, period!
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  • + 1
 i dont care if it's natural or not that was badass. its kinda like breasts, just let her think you believe they're natural cuz whether or not they really are doesn't matter when you're enjoying em
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  • + 2
 "minute and a half long Teva ad featuring a double backflip built on a mountain slope with a synthetic lip"
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  • + 1
 PROPS FOR THE GET UP AND GO!!!! that is what really amazed me is how many times he did it even after all those harsh crashes!!!
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  • + 1
 i kinda see what he 'means' about natural, but its not really any more natural than the sam reynolds vid tbf, just different environment
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  • + 1
 Those are some hard hits- I would quit after the first bad accident, which is why I am nobody in the scene of biking. Kudos to this guy for bringing it!
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  • + 4
 SLEEP NOW IN THE FIRE!
  • + 3
 yeah but a really fucking shit way to play that riff haha.
  • + 1
 yeah, the free version. Razz
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 wow i cant believe they just came across a perfectly sculpted dirt jump in the middle of nowhere, mother nature truly amazes again!
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  • + 1
 It would be interesting to find out how much damage was done to the bike before he nailed it. Maybe a list of Pauls injuries too I bet he didnt come away unscathed.
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  • + 1
 Pretty cool but explain to me how this is natural terrain? Props to Bas, I can't do this but natural terrain is, hmmm, natural. Pretty sweet non the less.
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  • + 3
 It deff could just be Pauls first onto and off of dirt?
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  • + 3
 That ain't natural. I am disappoint.
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  • + 1
 thumbs up if you think the sound track was a rip off of rage against the machine's sleep now in the fire.
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  • + 2
 to all the kona haters, he did that on a kona ha
  • + 1
 Well done....
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  • + 2
 now who said that kona bikes are shit?!
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  • + 1
 pretty sure this is just as "natural" ..... www.youtube.com/watch?v=cWQng-K6Pvg
  • + 2
 haha not even close!! first off thats a perfect dirt roll in that he peddled straight into the small dirt jump, he's also on a hardtail, and Bass did it on a full suspension bike, which is way harder!!
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 natural terrain?? jaja, ok!
  • + 1
 yea ur right they build moutain!
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 Paul BAS is back... nice one man!
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  • + 2
 Sick Riding...But hardly a "Natural" surface...
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  • + 2
 Andreu is still better..... his run in is more gnarly
  • + 1
 andrew is a rockstar on mtb, but bass is more humble Big Grin !
  • + 1
 oh stop it you.Bass did it with full suspenison bike
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 So has andreu, andreu did it on a bass aswell
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  • + 1
 what the hell is he made of titanium? he just get back up and eats shit again like a boss!
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  • + 1
 dude that was way cool! I'm over watching dirt jump edits! I'm glad Bass is bringing those big tricks to the hills!!
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 Paul B wasn't the first to do a double back andreu L was!
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 CAMON GUYS, have u never seen NWD 8?? ANDREU STARTS OFF WITH A DOUBLE BACKIE IN KAMLOOPS OFF A DIRT RAMP...
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 with a perfect dirt roll in, and a jump that was built with a machine...and he was on a hard tail..not even close buddy!
  • + 1
 maybe the jump isn't natural, but the landing it is, so it counts for me like 50% natural, wich is enough said (talking on paul bas double flip. not on crazy lacondeguy)
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  • + 2
 Amazing. Off the wall amazing.
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  • + 1
 Nice to see Bass on bike again, especially with that kind of sick action. Huge props!
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  • + 3
 Nice advertisement.
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  • + 1
 is it just me or does he start to look like Richie Schley?
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  • + 1
 Cooooool beans! the centrivical force probably made him puke a bit
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  • + 1
 this is so cool,so bigtup
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 didn't even know he could double
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 That lip isnt natural terrain.. it might as well be a jump park.
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 Must be the shoes. Awsome.
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 i think by natural he means the landing. that hasnt been worked on at all.
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 So rad! Paul B is a legend!
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 ...I'd ad "documented" to the title
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 Yeah... insane .... but NATURAL ? ¬.¬
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  • + 1
 Nice move! And full respect
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  • + 1
 Didn't Benny Phillips also land a double backflip, it's today VOD.
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 Not in the mountains though
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 yeah sorry paul but thats not natural terrain, anything that has had spade work isnt natural
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 moutain is natural...?
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 Yes the mountain is natural. But the perfectly sculpted lip isn't.
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 how is it considered natural terrain when they built and packed the lip?
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 Im thinking they meant, HIS first double flip
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  • + 2
 Paul Beastagoitia
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 the man is a animal
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  • + 1
 sweet flip! but that's hardly "natural"
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  • + 0
 Paul is a great rider but, Teva stop trying so hard to break in to mtn biking
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 Nice Flip Bro!
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  • + 0
 First 720 and now first double backflip? This guy is a legend...
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  • + 1
 and watts in 26
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  • + 1
 beofre that alex
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 That guy is no joke!
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  • + 1
 good running skills
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 That's a tough ass bike.
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