Category Archives: Long Beach
Wolf Drawn: Tire Johnson

Photo by Matt Spencer

Tyler Johnson had some of the cleanest lines at the 2012 #RideNStyle and it’s because he practices and rides as much as he can. Back when he was in LBC, hanging at the #FF, Tyler hit this tire slide on an old fridge. To see video of this, watch his edit again.

May 2, 2012 Comments are OFF
Wolf Drawn: Congo Table

Photo by Matt Spencer

Matt just posted up this photo of Congo throwing down at the Long Beach skatepark over at Wolf Drawn. I love how much table tops have improved in FGFS over the years. I guess, wheels get smaller = bike is easier to throw around. Nice shot Matt!

Apr 15, 2012 1 comment
Wolf Drawn: Farewell Volume Edit

Matt‘s saying bye to Volume to pursue other opportunities and as a thank you, he put up a rather slick edit. Spine tire slide, ledge roll, t-bog, one-handed table and whip skid drop looked balleur. Along with just general, fast riding. I think FGFS needs to not have rules and just be fast and fun. This shit looks good. If and when Matt Spencer goes to 26″, It’ll be just as fun to watch though. Style is style, regardless of wheel size.

Apr 11, 2012 8 comments
Long Beach in ATX
We out here.

I gotta be honest, I don’t remember taking a lot of these photos for one reason or another. The main being I was fairly drunk most the time the Long Beach guys were in town. Then I opened up these two Recent Rolls: one color and one B&W. Some are from Austin and some are from San Marcos. I don’t even remember which cameras I shot these with but it was a sobering experience to see the shots of Pissy’s post-wreck condition. But let’s not focus on that too much because let’s face it, their trip was epic.

Launch the Gallery by clicking the photo above.

Mar 15, 2012 2 comments

You know the deal by now. KVLT KLIPS is one of my favorite video series to date in fixed freestyle and I think Matt from Wolf Drawn sums it up the best “Just a sick collaboration of riders having fun”. There is so much killer, innovative riding in here. Everyone throws down, breaks parts and has fun. That’s what it’s all about.


Mar 5, 2012 1 comment