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!
Okay I know, 17 minutes is a long time. But some of these clips have been in the vault since 2018 so can you really blame me? Also yes I know there’s a whole lot of skatepark clips in here, but that doesn’t mean we still aren’t out in these skreets; it just means all the street clips we get have been on normal cameras for our super secret full length video we’ve been working on for a while. Anyways, enjoy these clips, b roll, falls, and goofs from my phone from the last 2ish years.
I usually don’t find myself in LA very often, but lately has been different. LA also happens to be the newer home of Fixie legend Matt Reyes, so OF COURSE if I’m there and have my bike, I gotta hit my dude up. I got lucky one afternoon and we managed to meet up last minute as the sun was going down. We cranked out this wonderfully put together video in an hour and change, handing the camera back and forth until we couldn’t see our bars spin anymore. Sessions are always really fun with Slum and there’s never a dull moment, pushing each other to try new stuff. Stoked to do this more in the future, enjoy the video!
The boys rallied together at Woodward West last weekend to shred some FGFS and BMX at the famous skate camp. We were only there for a short time and we were only allowed to ride the indoor park, but nonetheless we had a blast. The possibilities are endless here. There was almost so much to do that we didn’t know where to start. Here’s the tricks we did manage to think of while we were there though, enjoy!