Matt Reyes dropped this gem on us outta nowhere! Thai shredder Jaoa Danaikrit stayed with Slum in Portland to produce this sweet little weekend piece. Jaoa has been killing it for years and it’s sick to see he hasn’t taken his foot off the gas pedal quite yet! Also side note, Slum’s camerawork and editing just keep getting better and better. Press play!
This brings bacl such good memories. Slum just re-upped this one to his Youtube channel. Classic edit from the iMinusd era when San Jose was THE place to be for FGFS. Scott had great steez and Slum was (and still is) such an inspiration behind the camera.
Some serious gang activities going on here in the latest Wheel Talk piece featuring a bunch of dudes from all over the place. This day was way fun, totally forgot that we filmed all of this, check it out!
Long time Portland shredder Ramon Antonio stars in this new little piece by Chrome advertising their new line of stuff, this one featuring their woven stretch workshirt specifically. Beautifully shot by Slum, but you probably already knew that.
Brand new web edit from Thai killer Jaoa Danaikrit’s time spent in SF last year. Jaoa has always been one of my favorite dudes to watch ride; tons of gnarly rails and nose manuals longer than probably 98% of the fixed gear community. I was there for the banger and lemme tell you, that rail is no joke. Don’t miss this one!
I feel like this slipped through the cracks and under people’s radars, but this is still one of my favorite web edits throughout the years. We’ve got Wheeltalk killers Devon, Anthony, and Jaoa featuring Steven Jensen. That lineup right there is destined for greatness. If you haven’t seen this, you definitely need to watch it asap. Jaoa puts it together beautifully, really making me miss Thailand.
Your boy recently teamed up with Slumworm and Chrome for a shoot for their Spring/Summer line. This one specifically for the Dima 2.0 shoes. Had a ton of fun riding around LA with all these wonderful people, if you like the shoes, you can snag em here.
Wheel Talk just dropped this gem of a throwback never-before-seen-footage video of himself Jeffy D and Colin shredding the old Wheel Talk compound (RIP). It’s like watching the footage of a rising star. Like a documentary with old footage showing where they came from. It’s enchanting. It’s magical. I’m in a trance watching this video. The film aspect just makes it that much more special to me. It’s like we stumbled upon this special moment in history, capturing every little detail and taking it all in one last time; the golden era of FGFS. I’ve watched this like three times already and I can’t get enough. Simply magical stuff.