SKYLMT has a few new products for sale in their shop. Their tees are restocked and the long-awaited Steven Jensen bars. These 4.8″ black bars have a 12º backsweep and a 4º upsweep, coming in at 29″ wide. See more information at SKYLMT.
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.
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Colby from SKYLMT made a quick edit of Johnny and Boothby hitting a skatepark before rolling out to ride and film street.
Photo by Matt Lingo
I always love the SKYLMT shirts and this new run looks great. Swoop up at SKYLMT and be on the look out for even more from the brand in 2013.
Christian from Golden Saddle Cyclery is one of the raddest kids I know. He’s a hard worker, smart and a real ripper when it comes to FGFS. Even though Kyle and I give him constant shit, truth be told, we’re both damn impressed with his character and work ethic.
Before I left town, I went around the corner from the shop to shoot some photos of his SKYLMT, along with a few shots of this gap he hits with ease. Check them out!
Photo by Kyle Kelley
I have been waiting for this video since Matt Spencer announced he was riding for SKYLMT. Matt’s really stepped his game up here, blasting his street tech style all over Long Beach, Chicago and beyond. Seriously dude, this is top notch.
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You cannot go wrong with these SKYLMT frames. I’ve got a True Temper Supertherm bike and the tubeset is legit. This frame is 100% made in the USA and thrashed by some of the top riders in FGFS. It’s available now (size small only – size medium on the way).
“When we decided to make a SKYLMT frame we knew two things must be true. It needed to be strong and it needed to be light. We have definitely achieved both of those goals with our SL-1 frame.” -Tyler Johnson
Pick one up at SKYLMT today for $550
I have to admit, I was a little sad when I heard that Matt Spencer was going to be riding 26″ wheels. Note that I said “a little” because it really doesn’t matter and smaller wheels will only enable Matt to ride harder and bigger than ever. When he announced he was leaving Volume, I knew he was going to be riding for SKYLMT. These frames are incredible. They’re light and made in the USA.
Matt’s SKYLMT weighs in at 25 lbs complete, as shown here and he’s already thrashing on it. While we were at the Island, I took it out for some lens love. It’s almost impossible to shoot a bike in SF without having a MUNI bus lurking in the background.
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I didn’t get to make it out to this but Brad at Nemesis Project threw a party at NAHBS featuring bikes from Solid, SKYLMT, and Timberline. In the mix was this peculiar frame: the Steven Jensen signature model. What detail stands out the most to you? This is sick.