that was so dope! loved it
-first shots were slowed down too much. we shouldn't see any choppiness or frame blending. also, you should play with the colors of the intro shots more to make the edit grip the viewer more. the colors on the shot at 00:09 are a good example of what i mean, it's so vibrant and really grabs attention
-at 00:16, I would avoid subtly sped up shots. it just feels off.
-time lapses were sick as hell
-on the gopro shot at 00:47, I would stretch that shot so it fits the aspect ratio of the rest of the shots and you don't have the letterboxing on the sides.
-this had the length and flow of an edit, not a teaser. so it would have been nice to have seen more landings for sure. if it's gonna be a teaser, it needs to be quick cuts and under 2:00. somewhere around 1:30 is a golden length for amateur teasers. also, try not to ever cut in the middle of a trick (like spinning off a rail), it's always a very awkward cut when people do that.
as everybody said though, great editing and the filming was on point. super solid video. and that last clip made me lol