The dudes in Colombia hosted a jam recently! Looks like it was a great turnout and had some fun events, wish i could’ve been a part of it.
Yesterday I woke up at 6AM and I suddenly got an urge to pull out my old 700c LDG Hammer build. I haven’t had a real session on that bike in about 3 years (since I started riding for Ruff), so I knew it was definitely gonna feel weird. I made some small changes to the bike recently and it inspired me to hop back on it, so I took it to the park to see if I can still ride it the way I used to. Enjoy and thanks for watching!
Video game style follow along of Slum with some tricks from Memo sprinkled in. Solid as always.
Footage from 2017 Slum shot but never released featuring some familiar faces, always sick!
Korean trick track prodigy Banguu hitting some unreal bunny hop barspin combos for a track bike!
One of my favorite trick track riders Baek Horang out of Korea with some smooth flat ground shred with his homie. Very pleasant to watch.
Kids killing it out in Korea. Lots of potential here, super crispy 5 cabs. Good stuff.
One of the most popular names in the game for a long time just made a resurrection! Destroy was a prominent name in the game for a long time until they went on a hiatus for the last 4ish years. Today they rise from the ashes with a brand new trick track frame called “The Omen“. This is a classic case of beauty + beast and is exactly what people are looking for in the scene right now. This 4130 chromoly frame can fit 42c tires, has interchangeable geometry depending on fork length (longer fork for tricks, shorter fork for track), beautiful details, and gussets for strength while still being light at only 5 pounds. I haven’t seen anybody shredding it yet, but by the looks of it, it seems like an all around killer bike. Find more details HERE
I’ve never heard of Pedro Nunez, but seeing his riding makes me surprised that I’ve never heard of him. Really great style on the bike, reminds me of Slum a little. Excited to see more.