Jackson started a Youtube channel called Fixed Gear Archive to post old FGFS videos because Vimeo has been deleting a lot of history lately. Subscribe to it here! (Here’s Miguel’s old Anthem edit we made a while back that just got uploaded to the channel)
Jackson put together a hell of a list, compiling his personal favorite FGFS and fixed gear videos from the last 10 years into one video. Lots of nostalgia here! Isn’t it wild our sport is over 10 years old now? Blows my mind.
Matt Bastard just unexpectedly dropped this FIRE edit for Master! Edit really showcases why Matt has quickly become one of my favorite riders. He keeps it fun but lays down the law when he needs to, dropping bangers like the double abubaca at 2:14 and and crank arm hop in at 2:34. Don’t miss this one!!
The boys rallied together at Woodward West last weekend to shred some FGFS and BMX at the famous skate camp. We were only there for a short time and we were only allowed to ride the indoor park, but nonetheless we had a blast. The possibilities are endless here. There was almost so much to do that we didn’t know where to start. Here’s the tricks we did manage to think of while we were there though, enjoy!
Juan Nieto is a newer name to the FGFS scene, but don’t let experience fool you. This dude has BIKE CONTROL. I’ve been following Juan on the good ol’ Instagram for a while now, but none of the clips on there have really highlighted his skills as much as this edit has. He loves his flat ground tech lines but also loves sending burly 180s. I love it. He’s got some style points too, don’t sleep on this dude!
Bringing in the new year I decided to take some fresh pics of my current RUFF Sleeper build. While it’s not exactly a fresh build since I’ve been running the same Frame and Fork since May 2018 (longest I’ve had a single frame and especially fork), the build got some fresh components since i first posted pics of the build. Read more for some words and thoughts about the bike and a parts breakdown for 2020.