Jensen continues to kill it, this time for Spike parts. If you haven’t been keeping up with things, Steven also had a nice spotlight on Hypebeast this week. Check it out!
Stoked on this! The riding is next level and Zane is pushing things forward for FGFS with this video magazine Can’t Fool The Youth. The Seattle section is going to be insane.
Check it out and get psyched
Southern Safari is a film by Kareem Shehab featuring some of America’s top fixed gear freestyle riders shredding and travelling through the South. A lot of time and work went into the film and it is finally available for the public to watch for $8.00 (here) This is one of the more progressive fixed gear freestyle videos to date, with lots of good riding from Tom LaMarche, Torey Thornton, Miles Mathia, and Kareem Shehab. A must see for any FGFS enthusiast.
Some leftovers from the past few months and a couple new ones. enjoy
Good stuff from this up and coming Northwest native. Nice turndown at the end. Very clean!
Not bad! It kind of reminds me of the early days of cruising around the streets with friends and being reckless. Are there any more videos like this that I’ve missed? I always appreciate bike-centric cuts.
Another banger from Zane Meyer, Chop Em Down Films and Us Versus Them. Devon and Steven get buck.
Isabel has been a homie for many years now and her bicycle collection has far surpassed my own. Her custom made 650c Davidson is one of my all-time faves so I felt inclined to take some photos with her and her bike.
How would you like to ride on a 47ft tall, 2.63 billion year-old rock that is shaped like a wave? Danny Campbell does just that in this vid, where he drops into the massive natural landmark Wave Rock in Australia. Looks super fun!
Don’t let the title fool you, this is much more than a throwaway edit. Marco is one of the young guns that is on the rise. I hope the next edit will have music that matches his riding style a little bit more, this track was way too slow for the amount of action going on.
This one has been sitting in my file for too long. Sorry it too so long to get some photos out Jakob!
One of the best riders on fixed wheels! Gotta love it when Matt Reyes drops a new edit.
I almost forgot about these photos I took when the Can’t Fool the Youth tour was in Seattle getting wild with the Chrome van. Good times!
Chrome is on the hunt for the next great street photographer. Hit em up with your photos here, and win some bags from their new Camera Bag line
I am stoked about this contest, I hope some new talent gets discovered.
more details after the jump.
700s, pegless, huge drops. Holy shit, JBall throws down big in this. Truly a NinjaCat
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I’ve been slacking with posting recently, I apologize.
Here are most of the videos I missed to post. Even if you’ve seen it before, every single one of these is worth the re-watch
This new FOAD video has good vibes and really creative riding. Jackson’s trick arsenal and style has grown since he dipped out of Seattle. Looking good and come up and visit soon!
The secret is out. Joe McKeag is now riding for the German company Bombtrack. I never thought FGFS would be this intense and Joe is leading the charge in every aspect of the sport. Congrats!
Gus has a nice part in the Can’t Fool The Youth video and is now free to watch.
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Here are a few videos I’ve been slacking on posting.
First one up is Rainy Day #1(which hopefully means it’ll be a series) by the always entertaining FOAD crew.
Osaka Funny always kills it. He’s just so smooth. some great filming by Bob Woods too
Clit Clips three is up and its nuts. watch it. Thats all I have to say
Juliet Elliott and Dave Noakes Just came out with a new one “London Streets”. Great to see they’re both still at it. Apparently there is more to come soon so dont be a stranger to Vomit Zine
Finally some new shit from DJ Mull! Super creative style Love that no footer at 00:24. I gotta get down to portland for some of these spots!
Caught it up on Lockedcog
Great filming and editing by Stephen Blanquie
Check out wheeltalk for some more pictures
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