Chase has been stacking clips for this edit since the end of CJTY filming. While most people will take a break after filming a big video section, Chase stayed hungry and just kept going. Chase is one of the most talented people to touch an FGFS bike in a long time. He can grind both sides equally, has no fear, and has a creative approach to spots. The mans is a complete package. Today, we are extremely proud to present his edit for Ruff Bike Co.
Okay, this seemed to come out of nowhere (but I’m not super in touch with the Colombian scene so maybe its been a big thing), but man this is a good. ass. video. So much fresh, quality footage with both familiar and new faces from down south. Tons of heavy tricks in this. Personally my favorite sections were from Esneider (2:00 mark) and Diego (10:25 mark), but the entire video is absolute quality. I know how much effort and time it takes to put a long video like this together so well done to Santiago for this. My only critique is that the sections ended super abruptly but other than that this is cut together well. Sit down and watch this, I promise you won’t regret it!
Jake Lanich aka Brothalanich aka FIXIE MONTANA himself with a brand new welcome to Wheel Talk edit. Jake brings all his signature moves while Slum switches things up with his filming and keeps it fresh with some new angles. That man can super slider for days, check it!
Copenhagen shredder Mikkel Ravn just dropped this cool freestyle edit with a heavy soundtrack to accompany. Love seeing people take the time to put together full cuts these days instead of just throwing stuff onto the gram. Love the artistic-ness of this edit plus Mikkel’s riding is solid as a rock. Good stuff.
Ritchie out of The Netherlands putting the shred on this sick bridge spot that has a little bit of everything!
Lost footage shot from 2015-2018 originally meant for another project that got scrapped, so here it is for your viewing pleasure!
Such a nice surprise to see pop up this week! Armaun has been one of my favorite under the radar dudes to watch for a long time, so I was really excited to see that Master Bike Co thought the same thing and decided to snag him up for their team. Armaun has a unique gritty style that’s really exciting to watch. You’re never really sure what he’s gonna pull on any given setup. It’s not the prettiest, but it doesn’t have to be. Perfect riding is boring sometimes. What I also love about Armaun’s riding is that he keeps it fun. That’s what it’s all about. He keeps it jibby and fun throughout a lot of the video, but then there’s clips like 2:50 that make you say “wait what the fuck?” You’re gonna have to double take a lot with this video. Take it all in, rewind if you need to. I promise you it’s worth it. Also though. CAN WE TALK ABOUT THAT ENDER.. WHAT? That’s some BMX level stuff right there. Probably the last thing I was expecting him to do. Absolutely insane. Easily the sickest FGFS clip I’ve seen in a few years. Don’t sleep on Armaun and don’t sleep on Master!
INTRODUCING: our first VX mixtape! We had a lot of fun with this one. Deacon and I split the cost of a VX and he’s been putting it to work. Him and our BMX friend Nico went in for full parts while Deacon pulled out the VX on the rest of the gang during casual / fun sessions. This was a lot of fun to do so this won’t be the last!
Stoked to see a new team edit from Master! They recently picked up a grip of Ams including Kameren Boun, Matt Bastard, Armaun Siheli, Hoang Tom, and Randy Rush. All these familiar faces along with the usual Master crew we all know and love make for one KILLER video! Kareem killed it with the intro too, really gave the video a ton of character. This got me stoked to ride but even more importantly, stoked to film. Don’t sleep on this one and support MASTER HERE