Mark Monea lands first-ever 360 frontflip
On March 2, Australia's Mark Monea successfully landed the first-ever 360 frontflip on a motocross bike. The trick was landed at X Games gold medalist Cam Sinclair's FMX park just outside Melbourne, Australia and was thrown off a metal kicker ramp set at 51 feet.
Monea, 27, developed the trick after weeks of attempting to throw a straight frontflip into Sinclair's foam pit. Starting off on a BMX bike and then moving to a mini bike, Monea had the frontflip dialed, but after attempting ...
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