Bike Polo 50/50 Pivot-Turn Practice

Bike Polo 50/50 Pivot-Turn Practice Not sure what the name of this pivot turn is, but it’s a half-frontwheel, half-backwheel turn. This move is great for sudden directional turns when playing defensively behind goals or even when playing offensively. I feel it has some distinct advantages over a full 180 pivot turn, namely in that it feels faster, and you require less space to perform the move, also easier to do so less chance of dabbing whilst doing the move. In this video you can see me practicing the turn…

2011 LHBPA London Open Bike Polo Tournament Highlights

2011 LHBPA London Open Bike Polo Tournament Highlights We went to London to help sponsor this year’s London Open, which took place in Hackney Downs park. Some of the best hardcourt bike polo teams descended on London in an attempt to become London Open 2011 Champions! In the end there could be only one winning team and it was Supersonic from Frankfurt/Geneva, well done to Mo, David and Manu who were consistently impressive all weekend! Commiserations go to Call Me Daddy from Grenoble who took second and Cosmic from London…

Bicycle Polo @ San Mateo (1940-1942)

Bicycle Polo @ San Mateo (1940-1942) By Frank Stauffacher – from Unseen Cinema: the Amateur as Auteur. “Bicycle Polo at San Mateo features the Stauffacher brothers, Frank and Jack, and other playing the lost sport of bicycle polo on the lawn of the San Mateo Park. The film reveals a profound sense of place that would permeate Stauffacher’s later films.” -Dominic Angerame source Cycle polo