Up in NYC, there’s something new about to hit the streets:
“True track geometry adapted for the street. The G.O.A.T. track frame is both nimble and responsive yet strong enough to be the frame of choice for NYC bike couriers and street racers alike. Greatest Of All Track.
Extremely short wheelbase keeps wheelies and maneuverability at an all time high. The geometry of the G.O.A.T. track borrows heavily from our favorite classic track frames of the late 1990s as well as our proven fgfs frames.”
These look really rad guys! See more at GRIME.
Tonight at midnight, head to Grime for a $5 digital download of Shred Well Two. Personally, I can’t wait to see this project. It’s been a buzz for over a year and I didn’t get to see it last year at Ride N Style.
Grime and Wheel Talk start off 2013 proper with the long-awaited Shredwell 2 intro.
I saw this floating around Instagram today but needed a high-res photo to post. Luckily the Wheel Talk Fixed guys posted this up! The dudes at Grime will be hosting a premiere of Shredwell Two at the Chrome Store in NYC on Sept 26th. All ages and 21+ drink for free. Roll through! Pumped on this. I miss NYC.
iMinusD is now taking pre-orders for the new Grime Ghost 26″ FGFS framesets. These new frames are lighter, stronger and offer up a more aggressive geometry than the Goat. Pre-order one now at iMinus D.
iMinus D is getting their shipment of the Grime Medicine Man bars today. Head over and scoop because they won’t be in stock long.
One of the GSC shop rats, Diego just built up a new Grime G.O.A.T. 26″ fixed freestyle bike. These frames evolved from a strong bloodline of street riders in NYC and have found themselves all over the world. The G.O.A.T.s have a cult-like following and Diego says it lives up to all the hype. The chartreuse frame really pops in the Los Angeles sun, so I took it out for some lens love.
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Wonka’s signature two-piece bars are now available at the Grime web store. If anyone can stand behind a bar design, it’s Wonka. The dude goes big and has man-handled every other bar he’s tried. These 4.9″ rise, 28.5″ wide, low cross handlebars have a “wrist saver” sweep and are $75.00 at Grime.
Man, the GRIME G.O.A.T. really does look nice under the legs of Phillip Williams. What’s with all the good FGFS videos dropping this weekend? Ah, school’s finally out right? Looking good man.
Grime just posted a preview to their highly-anticipated Shredwell Two.
“Teaser of our upcoming GRIME team video SHREDWELLTWO. Featuring Ed Wonka, Mike T Schmitt, Devon Lawson, Anthony Combs, Ricardo Lino, Gabe Alcantara, & Christian Hamrick.
Filmed by Matt Slumworm Reyes, Colby Elrick, Mike T Schmitt & Christian Hamrick.
Edited by Mike T Schmitt
There will be an advanced screening of the video at the pre-party for Red Bull Ride&Style at the CHROME store in San Francisco.”
This is looking damn good.