Macaframa just dropped this video of track shredder Alex Gonzalez of their first day filming for Maca 2. As shown in the video, Alex was involved in a really gnarly car accident and needs some help covering medical expenses. Help the homie out here, get well soon buddy.
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.
Although Fixed Freestyle is a newer sport, so much has happened within 7 years (7 years already??) that a novel could be written on an in depth history. I’ve become aware that many newer people in the scene haven’t quite been caught up on how we got to where we are today, and there isn’t exactly any place you can just simply research the history of FGFS. So, without further ado, I present a brief history of the scene/sport, or basically, the most historical edits and DVDs. WRAHW Inspired.
If you were around early fixed gear days, you’d know that Rainier was one of the gnarliest dudes on a track bike. The Macaframa and Mash SF veteran/legend is still at it, and in this clip he destroys a couple of brutal SF hills in an unusual fashion. This shit is not easy whatsoever.
Looks like Kenny took his 2013 Destroy Unicorn Killer out for a spin at a local park. He definitely needs to put out another edit, it’s been too long. I knew he killed it but I had no clue he rode park this smooth.
This made me want to learn how to Keo Spin so so so badly back in the day. Macaframa was godly 3 years ago and always set the bar for all things fixed gear. Wonder when the second one is gonna come out. Should be sick.