State‘s got a new bike in their lineup. Here’s the Shockwave, ridden by Steven Jensen!
I’ve watched this a few times over the weekend and I still can’t believe how rad it is. The last clip really does it for me. Tyler holds it down for Hold Fast!
CornFed’s fourth edit got a little remake over the weekend. I’m digging the super mellow vibes here. Also, be sure to check out the full video range from CornFed to get a sense of these guy’s work.
Boothby is always on his game. Here’s his latest for Red Bull…
Wolf Drawn continues the Kvlt Klips series with its nineteenth episode.
Devon is one of the most confident riders in fixed freestyle. You never see him slowing down before a line, he just moves at a constant speed. His section in Can’t Fool the Youth 2 is a heavy mix of big stairs, gaps and lots of ledges. Don’t miss this. Filmed by Matt Reyes.
This is too good! First, it’s Wheel Talk, one of the most solid group of riders in FGFS and then it’s all shot by SPL Pictures, who bring a creative, high tech eye to the sport. Here’s the official word:
“We had the pleasure of linking up with Matt Reyes and the WheelTalkFixed crew recently in San Francisco. Over the course of 2 days they took us to some of their favorite spots to ride. These guys are some of the most talented riders in this young sport and are considered to be pioneers. This was shot in slow motion on the Sony FS700 and RED Epic, with the stunning Cine-Xenar III lenses provided by our good friends at Schneider Optics. We also want to thank our friends at Solid Camera for outfitting the FS700 for the shoot, the build quality and design of their products is unparalleled.”
Check out some more at Wheel Talk!
For 2014, Bombtrack has expanded their line from track and FGFS into more commuter-friendly single speeds. Check out the full catalog above.
I can’t come to LA and not hang out with Christian, the Golden Saddle Cyclery shop hand. He’s one of the best. After his last frame didn’t work out, he commissioned a builder to fabricate a bike that was closer to what he wanted. In short: a custom FGFS rig. He doesn’t have a name for the frame, so I dubbed it the Toe Breaker. Check out a few photos in the Gallery!