This is it Harvest moon As you’ve probably never seen before – under the handlebars of a BMX icon.
Terry Adams, one of the world’s best BMX trick riders, danced on two wheels in the orange light of a rising Harvest Moon on Thursday night (October 1) as part of a new video show.
Adams did his work in northwestern Arkansas, rolling on a platform on a beautiful, rocky outcrop in the Ozark Mountains.
“This project proves that you can get a Flatland BMX anywhere in the world,” Adams said in a statement. “I’ve always dreamed of riding along the edge of a mountain or sidewalk, so doing something special feels like a dream come true.”
Adams is a pioneer from Flatland, a BMX discipline that rewards artistic but moving moves on flat, smooth ground.
Is the moon of the West Full moon It is closest to the autumn ship, signaling the beginning of autumn. In the northern golfers this year, The autumn ship sank on September 22. (This is always around this date; other options are September 21 and September 23.)
At this time of year, the moon rises continuously for several days around sunset. This additional source of light has long helped farmers to work late to donate their crops, which Harvest explains the name of the moon.
Mike Wall is the author of “Come There” (Grand Central Publishing, 2018; featured by Carl Tate), a book about exploring alien life. Follow him on Twitter Micheldwall. Follow us on Twitter @spacedotcom or Facebook.