Tim Knoll has been called a "BMX urban virtuoso," who chooses to ride flatland as a "a refuge from the occasional discontent [he] feels by living in our artificial society." I wanted to make fun of him for maybe bringing a bit too much pretension in riding a bike really, really well, but, dammit, this highlight reel—filled with tricks over basketball hoops, under big-rig trucks, and on deserted industrial parks—is an amazing 100 seconds of creativity.
Is it art? I don't know. Knoll's willingness to try new things is present in all great art: Beethoven's symphonies, Picasso's early work, Point Break. So... maybe?