Yesterday I rode over to Long Beach to meet up with some dudes. Little did I know that EVERYBODY ended up showing up and ended up being a full blown Long Beach fixed gear takeover. Here’s some of the lifestyle shots I ended up snapping of the day. More after the click.
This will probably be the last of the 2014 Red Bull Ride + Style edits coming out, and it’s a hell of a one to finish on. Macaframa is the king of production value. Shots always come out clean, HD, and a perfect angle. This recap of the event was put together brilliantly by Colin Arlen and you definitely need to check it out.
Jereme with Bomb Hills Speed Kills just posted up his footage from the 2014 Ride + Style event. This is actually the first real edit we’ve seen from the event, and it’s got some real good coverage. Valentin’s truck was legendary. Check it out.
The Can’t Fool The Youth series has become a staple in the FGFS scene, and people can always count on it to feature great riders with killer variety and content. The 3rd edition to this series is finished and has been premiering around the world the past couple months. The first premiere in San Francisco was extremely last minute, but still managed to pull in a big audience. The next premiere in Thailand was a huge success. Loads of people from all across Thailand ventured to the premiere and judging be the responses, got people really stoked. The premiere in LA recently was also a success with a great turn out. It was the first time the DVD/Book was available for purchase and over 30 DVD’s sold. Now, onto the DVD.
Last week Joe Mckeag, Michael Penrose, Corey San Agustin, and Myself went cruising around Long Beach looking for something to hit. We settled at Long Beach City College, providing some ledges and things to practice hopping over, so I decided to take out my camera and shoot some flicks. The first one of Joe is my favorite, check out that top tube right underneath his knee cap. The hop was nothing short of huge. Corey also got some rail hop practice in, stepping out of his comfort zone and hopping some decent sized rails and caution tape. Penrose has also been killing it lately, progressing so much in the past few months and manning up to hit a rail.
I’d also like to take this post to announce that Joe Mckeag is now officially back on LDG, and they have plenty of new legit things in the works.