The FOAD GANG has blessed us with a Kareem Shehab trick track edit! Kareem is a legend, plain and simple. He knows the scene better than any of us and has more skills on a bike than most of us. He’s been really back into trick track lately with the resurgence that’s been going on and all that fixie background he has quickly put him right back at the forefront of track bike tricks. Juiced on the legover skid combo at 3:22, those are way harder than they look (I know they look hard, but the statement still stands). Super refreshing video, don’t miss it!
Hell of a banger to kick off your Friday morning! The Slum and Andy duo is legendary. Andy with some amazing filming is an unstoppable force thats impossible to look away from, super mesmerizing. Those sliders down the stairs will never get old. Really dug the flatland trick at 1:34 too. Don’t miss this one!
We just added LDG’s Aluminum 2.2″ riser bars to our shop! These wide boys (28.5″ wide) are ideal for the modern fixed gear rider looking for comfort, function, and style. Snag a pair HERE for only $34.99! (plus shipping)
Killer edit of Japan’s own Tadashi Nakamura via Still Pour from his time in the states in 2018. Tadashi’s riding is always squeaky clean and on point. He’s always got good lines mixed with some fearless rail hits. Hyped to watch some footage from him, check it!
The famous (and my personal favorite FGFS rider) Teppei aka NASTY made some big moves and started his own 700c frame company called FAST PIER. They just released their Seeker 700c frame. From what he’s said and what I’ve seen, it seems like the ultimate FGFS x Track bike crossover frame. The frame looks beautiful, fits up to 38c tires, and runs for just under $600. It’s a hefty price tag, but sometimes thats just how it be bruh. I’m definitely looking into copping one, and when that happens definitely expect a little review. In the meantime, he doesn’t have a website up, so if you’re interested you’ll have to shoot him a message in the Fast Pier instagram.
Part 2 of the Fixie Lingo Rundown series: THE GREY AREA! Mostly discussing terms for Track bike / FGFS crossover tricks (not quite everything in this is crossover, but you get the idea). Hopefully you watch and can learn something. Final part coming next week!