Right before I left Los Angeles I started riding with JBALL, Oscar & Marco a lot. It was great having them around to get me back into riding my FGFS bike again. Here’s a montage of the 4 of us that could better be summarized as a video of JBALL with us making quick guest appearances along the way. Thanks for being here, reading this and joining us on this journey through life. We appreciate you.
We’re back at it with another episode of “The Regular Show” here in San Francisco. This time the team rides 3rd & Army along with some other spots in the neighborhood. We burnt some rubber and had some laughs while hanging out on another smoggy day in California. This one speaks for itself, so press play and we’ll see you next time on Wheel Talk.
Last Summer we flew out to Germany to ride bikes and hang out with the homies Jason Sellers & Jaoa Danaikrit. They were amazing hosts and we can’t wait until our next chance to visit them again. Shout out to Tobi for giving us a reason to ride outside our own backyard.
Marco Marquez just raised the bar on what it means to ride Fixed Gear Freestyle. The sheer power and responsiveness to his riding style is completely outta hand. Marco has clearly been riding for a while but has been under the radar for far too long. I was originally going to make a group edit, but this deserves to live on its own.
Brotha Lanich. Live and direct in San Francisco. This welcome to the team video is long overdue, but it’s better late than never. Shout out to Jake for being the amazing human being he is and for putting the scene on to the “SUUUUPER SLIDERRRR”. Anyways, press play, have fun and we’ll see you out there.
After Dash 4 The Cash was over I ran home, grabbed my FGFS build, changed up my camera setup and rode with the boys in the Financial District. We’ve been meeting up every Saturday for a day session and it’s been great to see so many familiar faces back on 2 wheels. Press play, enjoy and we’ll see you soon. I love San Francisco. Filmed by: Matt Reyes & Andy Sparks
It’s that time of year and the last one there is a rotten egg. Dash 4 The Cash is an all out sprint from the highest point in San Francisco to the iconic Clocktower. There’s only one route and no telling what the next intersection is going to be like. Shout out to everybody who helps make these events happen. All bikes welcome.
Before I moved away from Los Angeles, I met up with Guillermo & Marcos in DTLA for a day on the town. It’s been amazing to see these two progress. You can tell that they both motivate and feed off of each other. You’ll always get to those checkpoints quicker when you have someone there to push you along the way.