Born in North-East Hungary in a small city called Sátoraljaújhely, Adam Kun started riding at the age of eleven. With a lack of skateparks in his town, Kun turned to the simplicity of flatland, where you simply need a bike and some decent ground. Adam quickly realized that flat was his calling and at age 17 became the youngest winner of the BMX Masters in Cologne. These days, Adam is considered one of the most progressive flatland riders in the world and respected by his peers as being a modern day pioneer of the sport. Credited with a slew of new tricks and combinations over the years, Adam is most proud of his upside-down tailwhip, which he not-so-coincidentally called the Monster Whip. Adam’s home base is in Budapest, Hungary, but the reality is that you can call the world his home as he travels week-in and week-out to bring flatland to the masses.