During the last stop of the Toyota Triple Challenge in Denver, Barry Nobles dropped in and attempted to double flip the second set. His foot slipped and he aborted the flip and, basically, it was really, really scary. Barry was fine and got back up on the roll-in for his next run and stomped it clean, afterward… To me, it felt like such a head game, so I asked Barry what he was thinking when it happened and after…

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1 thought on “BARRY NOBLES AND THE DOUBLE BACKFLIP

  1. Much respect to Bestwick for his epic vert contributions but lets be honest – his announcing is quite annoying, particularly on video when you’re not at the event. No music at the event – just announcing?

    Our sport needs better representation across the board including the announcers at competitions…

    “ohh my goodness, bigggg backflip tailwhip”

    or just delete the sound and put in some music?

    also please pro riders do more 360 tables and turndowns not triple tailwhips

    thanks everyone lets make things better and more professional and marketable at the same time

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