Yesterday I woke up at 6AM and I suddenly got an urge to pull out my old 700c LDG Hammer build. I haven’t had a real session on that bike in about 3 years (since I started riding for Ruff), so I knew it was definitely gonna feel weird. I made some small changes to the bike recently and it inspired me to hop back on it, so I took it to the park to see if I can still ride it the way I used to. Enjoy and thanks for watching!
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!
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!
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 had some copyright issues getting our recent full length video online, but we back baby! We had to upload it into sections for it to work, so we made a convenient playlist with the sections so you can still watch them in it’s entirety! WATCH IT HERE: