End of last year on my brief trip to SF I caught back up with Andy who I hadn’t seen in a while. We cruised around with a big group in Oakland, stopped at a convenience store, and there I saw his bike glowing in the sun. Naturally, I had to snap some pics of his iconic Nem Pro build. Since Andy’s online presence is pretty minimal these days, it was really nice to chat and catch up with him that weekend.
Full gallery and bike check when you click into the post.
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!
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!
Fresh off a 3rd place finish in the Suck My Comp 5 Am division is one of our newest additions to the crew, young gun Max Vargas. Trick Track kid turned FGFS, he’s been on an absolute progression roll lately. Look out for more content involving him soon and take a look at his Pagan build scraped together from a lot of our extra parts. Full set and details after the jump!
We’ve been riding with Jacob for a long time now (He had a section in our first full length video Young Guns in 2014). While he’s gone through periods of disappearing, he’s been riding pretty often lately and it’s been great to see him more consistently. Here’s some flicks of him from last Saturday showing off his current Capone build that he painted himself. Impressive paint job in my opinion. Full set + bike check after the jump!
I recently built up my young self’s 2010 mid school FGFS dream bike: the Volume Thrasher V1. Deacon and Pizza joined me to help build it up and then we went to film some tricks at the local parking lot. Hope you enjoy this video as much as I’m enjoying this bike! (Probably not)
Although the frame came out in 2010, Deacon managed to find a BRAND NEW Volume Cutter V5 in the wild and snagged it for himself. He decided to celebrate this monumental fixie achievement by building it up with 100% brand new parts and let me say, the result is absolutely beautiful. Look out for some content of Deacon riding this bad boy soon and click read more to see the whole gallery!