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!
New Wheel Talk video is always a treat! Matt made this one right before he made the move to LA and Tyler Johnson joined in on the fun too! Watching Tyler ride is ALWAYS a treat. I swear that man can stay off a bicycle for 10 years then come back and still have everything dialed. True prodigy on a bike. Devin and Ramon from Still Pour joined in on the fun too making for a killer all around video. Soundtrack ties it all together well, different vibes than usual in a good way. You won’t be disappointed, peep!
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.
MOST EPIC FIXIE ANIME CROSSOVER 2020 from the fixie mayor film gahd Slumworm and Australian 700c trick track FGFS hybrid tattood massive legend Robert Gaines AKA Eighty Proof! The shots in this are amazing. The tricks in this are dialed. Mix them together and what do you get? One sick ass recap of Robert’s trip to the BAY AREAAAA, don’t miss this one!
Whenever these two dudes get together, magic happens. These dudes have been buddies for so long that it seems like I can feel their biking chemistry through the screen. Not much else to say, sick video as always from the Wheel Talk boys. Love Matt’s new Fish n Chip variation at the end. Seems like we’re in a state where the tarck meta is gonna start evolving more and Slum is leading the charge.
Totally missed this one from last week! Matt’s been making so many videos that I can’t keep up. This is probably one of my favorites among all the sick videos he’s been making as of late. The tricks, shots, and music all flow seamlessly to create one mesmerizing masterpiece. I couldn’t look away. Check it out!
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!