Flow Team

There are many riders, who can legally watch movies with 18+ ratings, but even though they left theri childhood behind, they continue to ride. Most of them are on such a high level, they already stand out in the hungarian scootering scene. But the fame won’t go into their heads, they just keep on doing their thing – they are the Flow team.

Bence Balassa

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Some local chillers today????#jawnsondeck #undialed #scooter #scootbangbang #jhf #austronauten #balancemode

Balassa Bence (@bence7714) által megosztott bejegyzés,

Who are your sponsors & supporters?

Rollers.hu

When did you start riding?

6 years ago.

Why did you start?

Some of my friends rode and they got me into it.

What’ your riding style? (park / street / …)

I ride park.

Favourite spot / park?

I don’t really have a favourite spot, but if I had to choose one I’d say the park in Szentendre.

Favourite trick?

The ones I like doing are mostly lips, blunts and fifties.

Favourite video?

The Coalition V3 Winner edit by Dissidence.

Favourite music?

I don’t really have a favourite one, I listen to a lot of stuff.

Do you listen to music while you’re riding? If so, what genre?

I don’t listen to music when I ride.

Who was your first scootering idol you looked up to?

Bence Pipó.

Who are your favourite riders now?

Aztroboi, Reece Doezma and Isaac Cornelins.

What’s your best scooter related memory?

My favourite memory is when we rode the streets with a bigger foreign team. There was even a guy representing Tilt, who came here all the way from the USA. Also all my friends were there, and we rode for a whole week.

What’s the best / hardest trick you ever landed?

There’s a long red handrail in Kőbánya, which I ground down. I’d say that was the hardest one.

What do you like to do most: competing, filmin, or just simply riding?

Making videos and just riding.

What’s your goal in scootering?

Just to ride as much as I can, and feel good.

Do you have any hobbies besides riding?

No, I don’t.

What’s your message to beginner / upcoming riders?

Just try to impress themselves, not others, and also always try to go beyond their own limits.

 

Levente Sepa

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♻️ #undialed

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Who are your sponsors & supporters?

Rollers.hu

When did you start riding?

In 2010.

Why did you start?

I saw Bence Pipó riding, and got really into it.

What’ your riding style? (park / street / …)

I ride both street and park.

Favourite spot / park?

The park in Szentendre.

Favourite trick?

Flair, nosemanual.

Favourite video?

Dylan Morrison’s Apex pro scooters web edit.

Favourite music?

I don’t really have a favourite one, but I really like Asap Rocky, Travis Scott, Gunna, Rin and Luciano.

Do you listen to music while you’re riding? If so, what genre?

No, not really.

Who was your first scootering idol you looked up to?

Bence Pipó.

Who are your favourite riders now?

Dylan Morrison, Bence Pipó, Jonathan Perroni, Bence Becsei.

What’s your best scooter related memory?

That one time when I was in Barcelona and I did a flair on the sea wall.

What’s the best / hardest trick you ever landed?

Flair to double tailwhip.

What do you like to do most: competing, filmin, or just simply riding?

I just like riding.

What’s your goal in scootering?

I don’t really have a goal, maybe just to do it for as long as I enjoy it.

Do you have any hobbies besides riding?

Photography.

What’s your message to beginner / upcoming riders?

Never give up and always believe in yourselves!

 

Levente Zsuga

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Pool session???? ????: @mateejhsz #undialed #undialedtv #rideordie #scootscootbangbang

ZS⛎G????️ L€♈️€NT€ (@levente.zsuga) által megosztott bejegyzés,

Who are your sponsors & supporters?

I’m Sponsored by Mative with their unique designed phone cases; and Rollers.hu

When did you start riding?

I started when I was 12.

Why did you start?

I fell off my friend’s scooter when I borrowed it. Even then I really liked how challenging it was, and I started to get interested in it.

What’ your riding style? (park / street / …)

I ride mostly park, but I like riding street sometimes.

Favourite spot / park?

The Factory Arena in Miskolc, and the skatepark in Zugló.

Favourite trick?

Barspin to barspin, whip umbrella.

Favourite video?

Dylan Morrison’s “Listen for Yourself”

Favourite music?

I have so many favourites, it’s really hard to choose one. But I listen to “What’s the Difference” by Dr. Dre a lot.

Do you listen to music while you’re riding? If so, what genre?

Yeah, I usually do! I listen to a lot of genres, but mostly underground rap, trap.

Who was your first scootering idol you looked up to?

Dylan Morrison.

Who are your favourite riders now?

Jonathan Perroni, Dylan Morrison, Bence Becsei, Bence Pipó, Marcell Nagy.

What’s your best scooter related memory?

I mean, all of them, except for the times I fell, but I only have good memories of scootering. The best ones might be the meetups in Miskolc, the old and the new ones!

What’s the best / hardest trick you ever landed?

Whip front scoot to barspin air, double heel kickless over the box.

What do you like to do most: competing, filmin, or just simply riding?

All three has it’s own magic, but I think the best thing is going out to the park after a long day, ride, and just unwind.

What’s your goal in scootering?

I’ve already reached one of my goals: that I get to ride! This is what’s important for me. But my ultimate goal is to become a pro rider and to try and ride abroad too!

Do you have any hobbies besides riding?

Yeah, I edit videos, I like taking photos, and I also have a YouTube channel that I’m planning on boosting up a little. I upload scooter videos there.

What’s your message to beginner / upcoming riders?

I just want to say, keep in mind, that not even the best pro riders have been always pros. Everybody was a beginner once. The key is being persistent and brave! And you might not be able to pull a trick first try, but don’t let that get you down! Sometimes it might take months for me to land a trick, but when I do it, that feeling is the best. You just have to fight for it, then you will succeed!

 

Dominik Homoki

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How about a fresh instavid????‍♂️ ????: @nagymarcizzz #undialed #undialedtv #ohlaybrand #scooter #scoot #scootscootbangbang

Homoki Dominik (@homoki_dominik) által megosztott bejegyzés,

Who are your sponsors & supporters?

I’m sponsored by Rollers.hu.

When did you start riding?

I started in the fall of 2010. It’s been 10 years, but I still enjoy doing it, and I’m learning new tricks every day.

Why did you start?

Basically because of my friends from elementary school. Then the tricks, the community, the challenge and the adrenaline made me get into it seriously.

What’ your riding style? (park / street / …)

I’m definitely a park rider, but I personally like to try out new things and get better in every field, in both street and more technical tricks.

Favourite spot / park?

Currently one of my favourite outdoor spots is the park in Szeged, because you can find everything you need in one place: huge boxes and curves, street elements and also a pool. This is great for me because right now I’m studying at the University of Szeged. Of the parks in Budapest I really like the one in Zugló. My two favourite indoor parks are the Ramphouse in Vecsés, and the Factory Arena in Miskolc.

Favourite trick?

Flips and “overhead” tricks are my all time favourites.

Favourite video?

I’d say Ryan Williams’ Web Edit 3, because he pulls some incredible tricks in it, and also his persistency is really inspiring.

Favourite music?

It always changes for me, I just listen to music that connects with me somehow.

Do you listen to music while you’re riding? If so, what genre?

I usually do listen to music, a good melody or lyric really can amp me up, and motivate me. I listen to a lot of different genres, whatever I like at the moment.

Who was your first scootering idol you looked up to?

I’ve never really had an idol, but there are many people I respect for their persistency, knowledge and for being humble, who are also great to watch, like Ryan Williams from Australia, or from Hungary Dániel Bruttyó and Bence Pipó.

Who are your favourite riders now?

Matty Ceravolo, Dylan Morrison and Ryan Williams, they are my favourites now.

What’s your best scooter related memory?

One of the bests is when I got first place in the pro category in the pool competition in Havashalom in 2014. Next to that, there are a lot of great memories with my friends.

What’s the best / hardest trick you ever landed?

Considering the size of the park and the difficulty of the drick, I’d say my hardest trick ever was the time I landed a frontflip to barspin in the pool in Havashalom.

What do you like to do most: competing, filmin, or just simply riding?

I love to just simply ride, because I then I don’t have to focus on anything else, I can simply enjoy doing what I love. But it doesn’t mean, that I don’t like the other two. I’m also really into making videos, when I’m in the mood for that. I also enjoy competing, but not when I’m not properly prepared for it.

What’s your goal in scootering?

To get better, and to keep on levelling up. Also just to really enjoy doing it and have fun with my friends.

Do you have any hobbies besides riding?

I don’t really have one, going to university takes up the majority of my free time. But despite all the difficulties, I love doing that too. I’m also into programming.

What’s your message to beginner / upcoming riders?

Try to be a better version of yourself, don’t compare yourself to others too much. Be persistent, patient, you’re going to need these qualities for a lot of tricks, because you can’t always land everything first try. Just practice a lot, and enjoy what you’re doing.