Another straight certified hood classic in this one from Slum Worm and the Wheel Talk gang! Love seeing me some Congo and Boothby in the mix too, always adds some nice spice. Love the way it was cut together too and Slum’s ending trick is so wild on a bike that big, don’t miss!
Some fire from Jake Lanich aka Brothalanich on the bike with Jackson behind the lens! This video as a whole is squeaky clean. The tricks, the edit, the filming, they all work great together. Love Jake’s smile whenever he’s doing tricks, you can tell he’s just out here having the time of his life. Great work dudes!
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!
SF brought out a whole ass crew to get out and shred some classic SF spots! Slum and Jake on FGFS bikes makes JBall a happy boi. Snow even got out to shred, been a minute since we’ve seen him! Love the Adam Wells interview too. The shredding in this is just as good as the b roll. I feel like I’m hanging out with all these dudes watching this. Need to get out that way after this Covid stuff is done.
BRAND NEW WHEEL TALK PRODUCTION coming at you with a GRIP of FGFS heads putting on a clinic for our internet eyes. I think of all the talent in the video though, Ernie stole the show. Also Matt’s track bike 360 with a high seat at 4:25 was really impressive.
Part 2 of the Fixie Lingo Rundown series: THE GREY AREA! Mostly discussing terms for Track bike / FGFS crossover tricks (not quite everything in this is crossover, but you get the idea). Hopefully you watch and can learn something. Final part coming next week!
Really interesting video from Slum here. Different than the usual hyper stylized visual explosion of an edit. Slum filmed a day in BH with Jake Lanich and Daniel Something, but besides editing together in the usual fashion they sat down and commentated over it. The background track made it more enchanting too, hard to look away.