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!
Wolf Drawn brings us yet another episode of the infamous Kvlt Klips!
“The newest edition to a long serious featuring Elliott Milner, Matt Spencer, Packy Golan, Joe McKeag, Tom La Marche, Corey San Agustin, Cole Ruffing, and Jacob Ruff.”
It’s always refreshing to see Elliot, Matt, Joe and Tom (even if it’s just a scooter clip) rip! That last line!
Here’s some great coverage of the 2013 Summer Fix that happened in Venice two weeks ago. So stoked that this event is getting bigger and bigger each year.
Yes! Matt Reyes is one of the few people who impresses every time on the FGFS bike. I don’t care what you think of the sport, you should watch this.
Kareem is now riding for Hold Fast, the makers of made in the USA components and frames. That’s a decision I can get behind. Here’s his welcoming edit to the team. Check it out as he rips with the 26″ Subverter frame.
It’s been a long time since I’ve seen some web action from Wonka in NYC. Check out this half-interview, half-street and park session edit from Network A. This one’s worth the watch, as Ed mentions that he’s left Grime Bikes and is starting a new company with Mike Schmitt, Devon Lawson and Anthony Combs.
Kareem has bid adieu to Leader and is now riding for Hold Fast. Here’s a recent clip of him bombing Dravus street and check out his farewell to Leader edit below. I can’t imagine bombing a big hill like that standing up the whole time. Crazy!
Once again, Joe McKeag delivers over a minute of bangers through the lens of Wolf Drawn.
As posted earlier, Kareem is loading Big Money Hustlaz online. Here are the final three chapters: Tom LaMarche, Jakob Santos and Steven Jensen. Check those two out below.
Photo by Phillip Arellano