Destroy just released their new “Destroy Unicorn Killer Comp” frame and it looks killer. A more compact version of their famous Unicorn Killer series. Thing looks ready to shred out the gate. Heres what Destroy has to say about it:
“The evolution of a classic DESTROY FGFS Frame. Built for all around carnage on the street at the park heck why not dirt. A compact version of the frame that set modern day FGFS. Now with a geometry oriented to fit a greater range of riders while offering a centered and reliable under body feel.
With the idea always being that the UNICORN KILLER COMP would be put though constant torture we complimented this frame with one of our strongest rear ends and dropouts that fit 14mm axels.”
One of the most popular names in the game for a long time just made a resurrection! Destroy was a prominent name in the game for a long time until they went on a hiatus for the last 4ish years. Today they rise from the ashes with a brand new trick track frame called “The Omen“. This is a classic case of beauty + beast and is exactly what people are looking for in the scene right now. This 4130 chromoly frame can fit 42c tires, has interchangeable geometry depending on fork length (longer fork for tricks, shorter fork for track), beautiful details, and gussets for strength while still being light at only 5 pounds. I haven’t seen anybody shredding it yet, but by the looks of it, it seems like an all around killer bike. Find more details HERE
Exciting news to share! Master Bike Co. gave me the opportunity to be part of their trick track team and gave me my own signature colorway for the new Courttek trick track frames that are set to drop early next year! Beyond excited with how the bike turned out. Gus did a killer job on the graphics, as always. As far as the colorway goes, I was going for the old raw Thrasher V1 vibes with the purple decals. I’m excited to put some shred on this thing. Keep in mind too that these are still prototypes, and the production geometry will likely be tweeked and perfected. Click read more for more photos + a rundown of the parts I got going on up in here.
We got a first look at the new beautiful Master Bike Co Courttek trick track frame in the Andy Sparks colorway last week. This week reveals Matt Bastard rocking a new raw and purple colorway reminiscent of the raw and purple Thrasher V1 frames! This thing is looking proper. Purple decals plus the purple components is a great touch, excited to see him shred this thing. Which colorway do you like better so far? A little bird told me there’s one more colorway that hasn’t been revealed yet, so stay tuned for that!
We’ve just been blessed with the first look at the new Master Bike Co. trick track frame: The Courttek! This bad boy looks like a tarck machine with some modern flare. Track geometry but clears 700c barspins, fits big tires, and looks sick as fuck. Word is there’s two other colorways that this is gonna come in; the one we’re seeing here is the Andy Sparks signature colorway (much deserved btw). Can’t wait to see what the other colors are and can’t wait to see some footage of people shredding em! Here’s what Master had to say about the bike:
“Samples of our new steel 700c tricktrack frame, the Courttek, have finally arrived! The team will be testing these bikes and they will be going into production shortly after. We wanted to keep the geo true to a traditional track bike while still having clearance for 45c tires and ample room to barspin. All without having to sacrifice frame length. Keep your eyes peeled for these bikes dropping in 2021!”
The famous (and my personal favorite FGFS rider) Teppei aka NASTY made some big moves and started his own 700c frame company called FAST PIER. They just released their Seeker 700c frame. From what he’s said and what I’ve seen, it seems like the ultimate FGFS x Track bike crossover frame. The frame looks beautiful, fits up to 38c tires, and runs for just under $600. It’s a hefty price tag, but sometimes thats just how it be bruh. I’m definitely looking into copping one, and when that happens definitely expect a little review. In the meantime, he doesn’t have a website up, so if you’re interested you’ll have to shoot him a message in the Fast Pier instagram.
THEY’RE FINALLY HERE. The Ruff frames that myself, Matt Spencer, Jacob Ruff, Jackson Bradshaw, and Elliott Milner have been riding for the past few months is finally available to the public as a frameset! Easily the best bike I’ve ever ridden, so happy for people to get their hands on these. Send us pics of your builds on Instagram @suckmycog and we’ll repost them! BUY THEM HERE
WHATS UP FGFS WORLD we got a big announcement today that we’re now distributing LDG FGFS products not previously available to the public! While the 700c Hammer has been available for a while now, what most people aren’t aware of is that they made new forks, bars, and sprockets that they never announced or put on their website, so now we’re making that available to you guys! I’m currently running the Hammer frame and fork and I can genuinely say I’ve been really dialed on my bike lately cause of it (bike check coming soon). Frames come in black and army green while the rest of the products come in black. Only distributing in the US (besides sprockets). HIT THAT WEBSTORE TO COP
Capone just unleashed their brand new 2018 frame and it looks amazing! This bad boy is available in 3 different colors (Black, Raw, Bright ass Yellow), 74.5 degree headtube angle, rear brake mounts, and is SHIPPING FOR FREE WORLDWIDE!!! Here’s what Capone has to say about these frames:
“After two years researching and developing, after Capone Laforte, Capone Cardinal, we now are launching the new 2018 version fixed gear freestyle frame. It doesn’t have a name or its name is Capone 2018.
We choose the reliable yet economic material 4130 chromoly, removable brake mounts added due to the new demand, 125mm headtube covers all body heights, 74.5 degree HT angle for the quick response, 365mm chainstay length gives you ultimate flexibility, classic yolk design compensates the tire clearance and tube strength, 2.3in tire fits, peg friendly drop out plates, 28T and less sprockets recommended, weighs 2.6 kilograms, coming with 3 colors.”
Master making waves with this new 9 minute masterpiece of a team edit featuring Jimmy Watcha, Ramon Antonio, Gus Molina, and Kareem Shehab. This promo is exciting from start to finish and is a perfect way to kick off the launch of their new frames, the Hightek Frame (available in a ton of awesome colors). Watcha is a machine, Gus is a tech god, and Ramon & Kareem fucking send it. Watcha’s opening line and Kareem’s huge kink rail at 2:30 are personal favorites. This one will be on repeat for a while, don’t miss it.