Ramon sent this edit over for me to throw up on the SMC Youtube. It features a HUGE array of riders from and visiting the bay area shredding the shit out of everything in sight. I’ve watched it three times already. Super entertaining with all the different styles going into it. Too much stuff to specifically call out, but Cole, Mike, and Slum were definitely a couple stand outs. Don’t miss this one!
Really feeling this split edit between Shane Hunt and Gus Molina. These two have been jibbing hard as fuck lately. Super technical maneuvers throughout this one. Their riding really compliments each other and their styles are nice to watch as well. Shane’s wallie tic tac 180 at 0:34 was executed perfectly. Don’t skip this one!
Adam Wells just dropped this little raw style video with clips from Gus Molina, Shane Hunt, and Arjuna. Really good clips in here, Shane has been progressing a ton lately and Gus’ grind combos are getting super dialed. Nice one guys!
Bay area FGFS came through deep on Super Bowl Sunday and got together, filmed, chilled, and had a ton of fun, a repeat of last year. Wheel Talk recently posted a bunch of photos from the gathering, check out the rest of the set here. Stay tuned for the edit to come of this soon!
Some phone shred from a ton of Bay Area dudes in this one. Although the aspect ratio is wild, the riding is dialed. Apparently these dudes aren’t a crew anymore, but have something new in the works. Looking forward to it. Also, that double peg bar down the handrail at 2:03 is fucking banger.
A bunch of bay area heads in this compilation of a bunch of new and old footage shot by Adam Wells. Killer clips throughout, Ian Walker is one of the most underrated, under the radar riders out right now and I’m real glad he got some footy in here.
Turf just dropped this new one day edit featuring Slum, Mike Schmitt, Ian Walker, Andy Sparks, and Ramon Antonio. Everybody stepped up their game in this and went out of their comfort zones to try some new tricks. Slum’s first trick involved some serious bike control. Actually, every trick in here involved a lot of bike control. Super hyped on this, worth a couple looks for sure!
Here’s some raw footage from Ramon’s “Wheelz Of Steel” edit. I always dig watching the bails and the process it takes to land tricks, especially in raw format. Some good bails in here, putting in work for sure.