The whole time I was in Shanghai, I kept going nuts looking at all the street spots and no one was riding them. I’m glad to see that Steven Jensen got to hit as many as he could in the four hours of street riding he had while visiting. Also, I want to congratulate Steven on getting over his fear of air travel. That’s a long flight to lose your airtime virginity to!
It’s pretty easy to see that riding a fixed gear freestyle bike here would be difficult but Tyler pulls some nice lines in Seattle’s I-5 Colonnade MTB park for CSK.
I love Corn Fed‘s videos and I can’t wait to see more from this project. Nice work Scott!
It’d been a while since we’ve seen anything from the Collard Shirt Krew… Here’s the latest from the Seattle homies! The last two clips are nutty!
This is amazing. Burd sent this over and a wave of nostalgia hit me. He and his son spent a Sunday out on their bikes… R.I.P. Bootleg Sessions.
Colby from SKYLMT has been putting in some serious time with one of FGFS’ most talented riders, Josh Boothby and it’s worth the watch.
This is a PiNP exclusive!
You can’t miss these chill thrills coming from Matt Spencer in the newest edit for Wolf Drawn! Next time you should kick some cones too dude.
The guys from FOAD have a bonus section in the new Can’t Fool the Youth 2 DVD. Check out riding from Jackson Bradshaw, Izik Service, Sam Allgood, Chase Davis, Jacob Ruff, Kareem Shehab, Parker Thompson, and Evan Service.
I simply love what Torey has done with Wrahw over the past few years. He’s established a family of riders that are all like-minded and ride with a similar style, the latest being Colin Foster. Colin’s riding in Baltimore and NYC is far from what you’d call the norm in FGFS today. Unfortunately, this will be the last Wrahw project, as released this statement with the video:
“fter four years of weird fun it is time for WRAHW to come to a close. This project has grown to a level way beyond my expectations and I am highly thankful for that, but it is time to move on. I really appreciate all the friends and family of ours that have been down since the beginning, and anyone who has helped support us in any and all ways. Thanks a lot. Stay wild.”
Check out the latest from Wheel Talk and the lens of Matt Reyes. Omar Sebai is a 16 year old from So Cal. This video was shot in three days throughout SF and San Jose.