We let it be known that Antonio Wothe is one of our favorite riders ever. So naturally, we had to get him on the pod! Join us as we talk to him about antics, Long Beach, Fixie Factory, and much much more. Enjoy!
Long ago (2016) there was a jam in Arizona called the Prickly Pear Jam hosted by Mike Schmitt / Turf. At the time, the FGFS community was nearing extinction. Since events at the time were rare (still are), the whole community made it a point to get out there and join. After the event, Turf released this edit called Chain Gang. This was all of the street riding that went down during that weekend. The video was deleted a while ago but recently recovered, so here it is for your viewing pleasure once again, featuring a lot of familiar faces including Mike Schmitt, Jackson Bradshaw, Jimmy Watcha, Congo, Matt Reyes, Matt Spencer, Miguel Zendejas, Elliott Milner, Gus Molina, myself, and many more.
Long time friend of the channel and FGFS legend turned big wheel bmx pro Jakob Santos still gets down with FGFS from time to time. He recently built up an SE Showtime and sent over some pics of his build. This is definitely one of his cleanest bike builds imo, details and gallery after the jump!(more…)
Speaking of Fixated, the Europeans just dropped this fun group edit featuring a whole grip of riders! Youri is on an absolute tear and it was great to see Aussie Max Corcoran in the mix.
THIS IS WHAT I LIKE TO SEE. Little late on this cause I was on vacation, but 84kick dropped this INSANE edit of flatland fixed freestyle extraordinaire forkone aka Koichi. There’s too much progressive goodness to call out specifically that I don’t see anyone else messing with in here. Watching this edit definitely gives me a few ideas. Also love the fact that he’s on all 3 iterations of Volume’s fixed gear frames in here (Cutter, Thrasher, Vandal). Don’t miss this one, Koichi is on another level and I don’t say that lightly.
Today we have an SMC EXCLUSIVE sneak peak look at the new Ruff CSK sprocket I’ve been riding for the last month. I’ve been enjoying the benefits of not breaking my chain on things while simultaneously loving the way this thing looks on my bike. While this is only a prototype and things are subject to change, the front of the sprocket is actually design-less and the CSK engraving sits subtly on the back of the drivechain. I dig it.
Figured I’d shoot some complete pics of my current build too while I was showing off the sprocket. You’ll notice this time around a higher seat than normal and a bunch of new scratches on my paint. Stay tuned for Ruff sprocket updates!
Max sent this through of what I believe to be a game of bike between some Korean riders. They’re hitting some absolute insanity in this session. Even if you can’t read anything, its for sure worth a watch!