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YNOT | Limited Edition Snakeskin Straps
YNOT has started doing monthly limited edition straps, and this month’s item is snakeskin straps and cell phone pouches. These come in an extremely small run of 10 each. So once they’re gone, they’re gone. Snag em here!
Kareem Shehab – Welcome to Hold Fast.
Every trick in this was ridiculous! Holy hell I get way stoked on Kareems riding, especially cause he doesn’t put out content much. That unluc-e at the end was fucking insane and that sit down grind thing was awesome. Watch this. Over and over. Forever.
Two for Tuesday.
Here’s two songs that really pump me up to go ride.
The first one I first heard in the video Mashafix put out for the FF power hour 6.66. Gets me pumped to ride every time. Joe and Antonyo’s riding alone gets me stoked to get out and try new stuff.
The second one was on Wonka’s Death Pedal 2 part. I swear I used to watch that DVD over and over when I first got it! This song reminds me of that part and still always gets me amped to ride.
Another song came on as I was typing this up, so lets make this Three for Tuesday. Matt Spencer’s Autumn edit was one of the first freestyle videos I ever watched as I was moving along in my fixed gear career. I thought it was the most insane thing ever and I set off determined to get a fixed gear freestyle bike, dreaming I could be as good as Matt, haha. So this song always reminds me of the golden days of fgfs. WOLFDRAWN
An August of Joe Mckeag.
Joe showed me this before it came out. Me and Joe always have friendly competitions on who can do the sickest shit, cause we do everything the same, and he definitely showed me up here, hahaha. But Joe has always been my favorite rider to watch whether its his clean smooth style, insanely technical and difficult tricks, or his consistency. This video is awesome. HE BEAT ME TO THE DOUBLE BAR. And one more thing. THIS EDI† IS INSANE!!!!!!!!!!!
Joe Mckeag for Heavy Pedal.
Here’s a little edit from Jake Lanich of Joe for Heavy Pedal. Every trick Joe does is so clean and fluent its not fair. He murders it on 700s and 26s. Check it.