Killer edit of Japan’s own Tadashi Nakamura via Still Pour from his time in the states in 2018. Tadashi’s riding is always squeaky clean and on point. He’s always got good lines mixed with some fearless rail hits. Hyped to watch some footage from him, check it!
If I had to describe this video in one word, it would be mesmerizing. Slum has done it again with his newest creation, this time actually involving FGFS! These are starting to feel more like art works than edits. The b roll, the tricks, and the music all work together so well to create a piece of content you can’t look away from. The riding is obviously great too, just had to get that out of the way first. Jaoa has been in the game for a long time so it’s awesome to see him still shredding hard. Slum and Combs even joined in on the fun too. Don’t miss this one!
Here’s Gus and Josh’s split section from the Stillpourland DVD. Love watching both of these dudes ride! Two of potentially the rawest dudes on FGFS bikes into one section, whats not to love? Gus’ creativity leaves you wondering what he’s gonna pull at any given spot and Josh’s spontaneity and send it mentality keep you on your toes. Train ending is legendary, check it out!
Amazing piece of work from Slum and Tadashi. Matt’s filmmaking skills are outta this world these days and leaves me fiending for more. Matt’s content is like drugs. Tadashi’s riding is on point in this too though. Really liked the wheelie 180 lines. Also, why does it seem like Japanese dudes are fearless when it comes to handrails? Sick way to close out the year. Don’t miss this one!
Ramon dropped his part from the StillPourLand DVD the other day and there’s so many goodies in here! Ramon has a unique style and approach to spots so watching him ride is always a treat since you don’t know what to expect. Things really heat up at the 2:12 mark and here you can see some of Ramon’s best riding to date.
Here’s Miguel’s section from the Still Pour DVD STILLPOURLAND. Miguel is simply on another level in FGFS. Nobody can touch most of the tricks he does with ease. All this footage is from just a week of filming in Portland. TOO FIRE!
Matt Reyes and Sam Allgood destroying DT Portland! Well they’re not vandalizing the city but they’re definitely tearing it up on their track bikes. Legend says the way Slum whips around his track bike with a high seat post is actually the 8th wonder of the world.