Dad cam coverage from our Atlanta trip last October!
Been a while since we’ve seen a certified hood classic good old fashion family Wheel Talk edit! This ones got the usual gang plus a few special guests like Jordan Madarang and Mike Bido! Been forever since I’ve seen Jordan on a bike. If you don’t know who he is, he’s a 700c mid school OG. Anyways, sick to see he’s still got the moves and also really nice to see Slum back on his FGFS build. Good tricks and good vibes all around!
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.
Full edit from the teaser we posted last week. Cool that he’s still rocking a Grime GOAT!
I see potential
Another edit emerged from the recent Fukuoka Loco Japanese competition! This one is more straight to the point showing off all the tricks. Loving all the styles in this!
Shot these a little over a year ago for CJTY promo stuff. We had a rare day where almost all the boys got together for a session. More projects in the works, stay tuned…
It’s been a while since we’ve seen a contest out of Japan (or anywhere for that matter), but YSO put on the “Fukuoka Loco” competition this past weekend and it looked like a bunch of fun. It’s really great to see the Japan scene in full effect. They house some of my favorite riders and really bring a unique style to FGFS, so this really puts a smile on my face and great to see some dudes out there that I haven’t seen ride in a while.
The format on this is interesting. For one: they combined trick track and FGFS. Not sure how I feel about that since the styles are hard to compare, but still cool to see everyone together. The bracket style play is interesting too. That format hasn’t really been adopted in the states, maybe it could be cool to implement?
RSK ended up taking the win on this one with Takashi taking 2nd place. Some solid riding all around though. I got word that they’re doing another competition in Osaka next. Maybe see you there?
Miguel “The Machine” Zendejas is on another level. His brain does not register things the way us humans do. See his processes to land tricks in his CJTY extras and make sure to rewatch his part HERE!