Tim Knoll

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Tim Knoll is a freestyle BMX rider who lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.[1] Known for his unique style that combines flatland and street tricks with acrobatic maneuvers, Knoll uses different aspects of the urban environment as apparatuses to perform his tricks.[2][3] He gained international recognition from a few online videos that have each amassed millions of views.[4] After his Original Bike Tricks video went viral, several of his video clips have been featured on television shows throughout the world, most notably The Tonight Show.[1] He performed on Star King (SBS) and set a Guinness World Record on Guinness China Night (CCTV-1).[5][6] Knoll has been featured in online video ads for Ford, Red Bull, Contiki Tours, as well as a mobile-only campaign for Doritos Jacked 3D.[1][7] An article on Red Bull's website describes him as one the most creative riders in the world.[8] He gave a TEDx Talk about using creativity to gain notoriety.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "Акробат на колесах: звезда BMX Freestyle Тим Нолл". Popsop.
  2. ^ York, Cody (16 Oct 2010). "Tim Knoll's acrobatic, flatland ninja video". ESPN.
  3. ^ Greenberg, Chris (29 May 2013). "BMX Trick Video: Tim Knoll Rides His Bike Better Than Most People". HuffPost.
  4. ^ Van Vooren, Tim (9 June 2015). "It's so fun to do:" Tim Knoll is an internationally recognized BMX stunt, trick rider". WITI (TV).
  5. ^ "'스타킹' 미국남자 팀놀, 아크로바틱 자전거쇼…'열광'". YTN.
  6. ^ "《2015吉尼斯中国之夜》 20150220". CCTV. Video cue: 22:40
  7. ^ Lukovitz, Karlene. "Doritos' First Mobile-Only Campaign Offers 3D Video". MediaPost.
  8. ^ Brozek, Faye; Desai, Rajiv. "BMX Meets Parkour: See Unthinkable Bike Tricks". Red Bull.