I love these shirts and they look even better in black. Head over to Shred Club to pick up one of the Bro Cycling Team shirts in black.
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’m digging these new Sizemore tees, designed by Tyler Johnson and am honored to be ripping in the Shred Club!
“Shred club is a cycling team made up of our favorite people. We are made up of designers, business owners, teachers, models, skateboarders, artists, and cyclists.
I am unexperienced at graphic design to say the least, but I found this beautiful image that John Watson took at the Tour of California in 2012. This dude looks like he is straight out of the 70’s. I couldn’t believe it: the type is so perfect, everything really in this photo is perfection. Instantly, I thought “Bro Cycling Team” has to be done. Created a lil hunting target style emblem up front and you have the first shirt for Shred Club. We will be doing more products by partnering with some of our sponsors and can’t wait to share them with you. Pick up one of these shirts quick because you know they will go FAST!”
$25 – Printed on 5.2oz american made t-shirts”
Scoop at Sizemore!
The Collard Shirt Krew always brings the creative street riding to the forefront of FGFS and their newest video is no different. Some of the lines Tyler pulls here are absolutely insane. That footplant 270 is gnarly as is that last clip.
Fixed freestyle’s Johnny Cage, Tyler Johnson is now repping and ripping Hold Fast’s 26″ frame, the Subverter. While I appreciated Tyler’s riding when he was pegless, the few clips at the end are ridiculous! I guess it goes to show that Tyler rips, regardless of bike or setup.
Before Tyler broke himself off in Cali (see this link for pics), Matt Spencer pulled together some clips of him thrashing four pegs for H+Son. The last clip is so fucking impressive. Good job guys! Heal up Tyler.
Also, be sure to peep Tyler’s Flickr for a Disposable set from his trip to LA.
Photo by Kyle Kelley
Since Kyle never posts FGFS stuff, I assumed it’s ok to post this portrait of Tyler Johnson he took on his Flickr.
Finally! The CSK’s full-length video is out, featuring Tyler Johnson on BMX and FGFS, Chris Clappe, Kyle Fritz, Zach Hoffner, Jacob Ruff and Kareem Shehab. Blasting! There’s some HUGE shit in this one.
I had the pleasure of meeting Woof while in Jakarta. We nearly spent 24 hours a day together and so it was a little sad on the last day when he asked us all to do a “Why do you like riding a bicycle?” video. Here’s the first two in the series, featuring Tyler and Walton. I had so much fun with these two in Indonesia…
What a pleasant surprise. Tyler Johnson getting savvy for COAL Headwear. Digging this for sure. Loved the pedal / crank slide to lift up over the bench, all the wheelie lines, the bump jumps, the nollie lines and the damn truck driver. Very nice dude.
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 promise, there is basketball playing to be had in this edit from CSK. But first, some dialed FGFS from the Seattle boys!
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.
There’s a lot more coming but I liked these two photos. Simon with the tuck no and Tyler hitting a footplant to bar. I had a lot of fun hanging out at the Island this afternoon and I can’t wait until tomorrow!
Zlog‘s last Future Tense looked like a ton of fun. Tyler’s going off!
I worked with Tzu Sing on the design for the new Todestrieb rim. Unfortunately, I didn’t get my photos of the rim in time for this video to drop, but expect a little review in the coming weeks. In the meantime, this new video by Wolf Drawn, featuring Tyler Johnson should hold you over just fine. Loving the bump jumps man.
I will say that these rims are completely bad-ass.
Weight: 600 grams
Material: G609 Alloy
Height: 23 mm
Width: 32 mm
Size: 26″ 29″