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Suck My Comp 5 Results!

The Suck My Comp 5 for 2022 has officially come to a close. I’ll have some more words to write about it in the next post, but for now here’s the results from both pro and am:

AM:

1st – Oscar Lopez

2nd – Ritchie Vanpelt (Fixated)

3rd – Kameren Boun (Master Bike Co.)

4th – Max Vargas

5th – Danny QuiƱonez


PRO:

1st – Miguel Zendejas (Master Bike Co)

2nd – Marco Marquez (Master Bike Co)

3rd – Chase Henley (Ruff Bike Co / Fixated / Merritt)

4th – Chase Davis (Ruff Bike Co / Fixated)

5th – Youri Slikker (Fixated)

6th – Jimmy Watcha (Master Bike Co / Merritt)

Best Trick – Corey San Agustin (Ruff Bike Co)


KRAY OKA FUK TRIP 2022

The KRAY crew out of Shizuoka headed out to Fukuoka for a little domestic trip. Love this one especially case it shows off some of the lesser known riders in Japan rather than the ones we’re all well familiar with. Love that even if it’s not the highest level of riding, you can see that Japanese creativity shining. Watch this one!

Tyler Johnson OFF TRACK Episode

On the topic of Tyler Johnson, we just had the legend himself on our podcast! A lot of effort went into the edit on this one so I’d recommend watching this one. If not though, audio versions will be available everywhere shortly. Enjoy our conversation!

The SKYLMT Years – Tyler Johnson SKYLMT REMIX

The legend himself Tyler Johnson has been back on a bike lately and more motivated than ever to dive back into the FGFS scene. With this newfound inspiration, he decided to sort through all the old footage of him on his old SKYLMT build and make whats essentially a super edit, reusing the same song from his legendary SKYLMT edit but adding more footage and re-editing everything. This is a great reminder of the type of mind blowing riding Tyler used to do and is likely still capable of doing. If you’ve never seen this footage, get ready for some absolute HEATERS.

Bootleg Sessions DVD’s Now Online

That’s right, ALL 4 of the legendary Bootleg Sessions DVDs are now online for your viewing pleasure. Take a step back in fixie history and watch some of the best riders of the era push the sport from 2007 to 2010.

I’m excited to keep uploading fixed gear history to the archive channel, but all I ask for in return is that you subscribe to the channel! If we hit over 1k subscribers, then chapters will be allowed onto the video which will make watching a lot better. Anyways, enjoy:

Also Burd, please don’t sue me for putting these online. Lol

Archive Gold

We all know the cycling powerhouse that is The Radavist. For newer heads, did you know that John used to go by Prolly is not Probably and used to mainly cover track bikes? Either way, I found his old website and found some gold that’s pretty funny in hindsight with what we know now. All from 2007-2008!