Pedro and Duarte from Portugal met up with us when we went to Barcelona in January earlier this year and really helped us out with finding spots and talking to locals. The dude is awesome and his passion for FGFS gets me stoked to ride. The dude is always hungry for clips, and seeing him get a custom frame from Nem Pro is well deserved. Be on the lookout for his clips when the Barcelona clips come out. But for now, I took some shots of him and his bike during the golden hour. Even though it’s a 24″, the frame geometry makes it ride like a 26″ build. It looks cool too, more photos after the jump!
Wheel Talk posted up Taishi’s bike check earlier this week with some nice studio shots of him and the bike. Here’s the rundown:
FRAME: Nemesis Project SL
GRIPS: United G-Salt
SEAT: Shadow Conspiracy
CRANKS: Demolition Revolt 175mm
PEDALS: Shadow Conspiracy
SPROCKETS: Shadow Conspiracy 25t
GEAR: 25 / 9
CHAIN: Shadow Half Link
FRONT TIRE: Factroy FS100 2.1
REAR TIRE: Tioga Power Block 2.1
FRONT WHEEL: Todestrieb Laced to a Rinng Hub
REAR WHEEL: Todestrieb Laced to a Rinng Hub
TIRE PRESSURE: 45-50 psi
BACKPACK: Chrome Industries – Barrage Cargo
More shots of the build here!
Combs sent this little iPhone quicky in to me to post up since he doesn’t have his own Youtube or Vimeo account. Always love watching the unique styles of Combs and Sparks.
I’m real pumped on this new one from Matt. Really creative lines with some wild and smooth style. 1:08 was some slick stuff. Killing it.
This edit is fucking sick. Andy Sparks takes riding and adds an old school flavor with a unique style with his mix of slider tricks and other tricks that really use the drive chain to his advantage. That ender was so tight. All these tricks are tight. Check it.
From the makers of Royal HC brings you a brand new American made frame & parts company, Anthem. First samples in the coming months. Stay tuned.
It’s been a while since I’ve met up with my buddy Christian. He had a rim to sell me, so it was a perfect opportunity to head up to LA and meet up with him at his local bike shop, Golden Saddle Cyclery, to buy a rim, shoot some video, and snag some photos of his sweet new paint job on a custom frame, dubbed, the “Toe-Breaker.” Of course I’m not as good at taking pictures as Prolly, but you get the idea. No doubt, this is a beautiful build. More photos after the jump.