Tarck

Matt Reyes NYC 2019

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!

SLUMWORM + JBALL POWER HOUR

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!

CHASE DAVIS CONSTANTINE EDIT

GAHDAMN! Chase and Jackson killed it so hard for the Constantine Tarck edit. As we all know, Chase is a madman on a bike, so of course all the skills transfer over to track. This is probably one of my favorite videos Jackson has put together too, such sick shots and edits. Reeeaally clean all around. Bolt hang 5 at the end is killer, CHECK IT.

Wheel Talk | SF in December

Andy, Matt and David cruising around rainy SF. What’s there not to love? Love the little commentary from Matt throughout the video. Gives it a nice personal touch without being a corny vlog. Cool the dude at the end new what FGFS was, shoutout Palms Cycle!

Wheeltalk | DA GOON CAT

Matt just posted up this SICK edit from a Goon Cat ride last July! This one was actually my first time making it out to one of these wheelie boy rides. It was cool to be able to mingle with a different crowd than usual and shoot the shit with some old friends. Definitely need to make it out to these more!

KEO CURRY FOREVER

Keo Curry shaped the sport we all know and love. He’s universally known as the greatest to ever touch a fixed gear bike, and I’m forever grateful for even being in the position to be able to interact with him. Learning of his passing was tough to process, and I can’t imagine how people who were even closer to him feel. Slum made this really great highlight reel / tribute video of Keo to remind the world of his greatness. Rest in Peace king, we’ll miss you.