It’s really exciting to see a crew arising from England again. Since the death of Ninja Cats, I wasn’t sure if I was ever gonna see a scene out there again. Sure enough, Icarus is holding it down. While the editing is a bit experimental and jarring at times, the shred has some raw 08 vibes that I’m digging a lot. The line at the 1:56 mark was real fresh too, I wanna see a whole edit of that guy.
Slum got inspired by our recent “Best of 2020” video and threw together some fire clips of Boothby over the last year! Always love watching this mans ride.
Today we present to you our picks for the top 10 FGFS riders of 2020. This isn’t necessarily a “best riders” list, but more so who was putting in the most work and pushing themselves in 2020. Enjoy and stay tuned for the “Top 10 Trick Track Riders of 2020” list to follow very soon!
Some fire went down at Fixated’s first (potentially annual) FGFS comp! So sick to see grass roots scenes on the rise!
This one gets the SMC seal of approval. Man, really really proud of Guillermo for pulling through with this and putting together a full comprehensive video. He’s had this vision and has been working at it for about two years, you can definitely tell a lot of hours went into it. So many good tricks, so many good riders, and a really good look into the LA cycling scene as a whole. I’m not that involved in most of the cycling scene so it’s good that Memo is out here documenting it and spreading the good word of trick track. Hell I haven’t even heard of most of the dudes doing tricks in this and I can’t tell you how excited that gets me for the future of this scene. Your boy even got some clips of that I was pretty stoked on around the 15:50 mark. Hyped to be part of it.
On the filmmaking side, Guillermo absolutely crushed it. Really great shots of LA, the tricks, the mashing, and the music choices were on point. Job well done Memo and everyone involved. If you liked this and want to support, make sure you check out Slowwheelz Cycling!
Cool vibes in this one featuring some of Bogotá’s finest. Little too much filler / showing unlanded tricks for me but still some good stuff mixed in.
Sick way to start the day! Slum just dropped this edit with some of the last footage he shot while he was still in LA with myself, Marco, and Oscar. Always a great time filming with Slum and I think it shows in the footage. Isn’t it wild that he also makes the music he uses in his edits? Slum is a true wizard. Don’t miss this piece!
Some flat rail shred from El Calao out of Bogotá on a rainy night!