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
The boys are back in town. Every Saturday we’ve been meeting up to shred in San Francisco and this week was no exception. Immediately after DASH 4 THE CASH was finished we linked up and rode the Financial District. Which has been completely gutted and is incredibly desolate with everything going on in the world. SF is a ghost town and we’re taking full advantage of that. Stay tuned and keep your eyes peeled for the video from this day dropping tomorrow morning. Holler at your boy if anybody wants to meet up and roll around with us sometime. All bikes are welcome.
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Insert something about getting the band back together. Yeah… That’s basically it. We’ve decided. We’re wrangling up the team, going on tour and finding some new friends along the way. Things in SF are always changing, but the one thing that remains the same is our collective love for riding bikes and each other. This is my family and I love each and every one of em’.
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Picking up where we left off. Last month I moved back to San Francisco. After nearly a decade of living here, and 4 years spent living in other cities I can honestly and confidently say that SF is the best and only real city on the West Coast. Good vibes and great friends are a hard thing to find everywhere you go, but the Bay Area has it in abundance.
On Saturday (September 5th 2020) we all got together at “The Island” and made our way up Market street to session both Wallenberg & The Museums in GGP. The gang finally convinced me to get back on my FGFS bike, and I must say… I’m sure glad they did. I almost forgot what it felt like to ride this bike and how much it raises my spirits. It’s like the old saying, “you never forget how to ride a bike”.
Who doesn’t love leftover pizza. The team really came together for this one, like knights of the round table. Actually this is just a bunch of clips from 2019 that didn’t make their way into other videos edits. I knew there were some extra clips floating around and I’m really glad I went back through to see what didn’t make the first cut. Check out nearly 50 screen shots as well as the custom soundtrack to the video below.
Happy holidays everyone. It’s high tide here in San Francisco and we decided to meet up at the Clocktower. As usual. We kept it close and rode wheelies / did fixed gear tricks along Embarcadero before ending up at one of my favorite warehouse spots along the pier. Santos said “JUMP YOUR BIKE” and he’s doing his best to lead by example. What a fine role model. Later that night, Jake 100 + the London fam rolled up to The City. Stay tuned for more bike videos in the Bay Area. RIDERS: Jakob Santos // Andy Sparks // Matt Reyes // Josh Boothby // Matt Bastard // Josh Silva // Designer Lamar
Footage from my trip to San Francisco in May. All the usual Suspects came out the woodwork to hangout and ride. Jake Lanich rides a minute long wheelie, Devon Lawson rides his new MASH build for the first time, & I bought a piñata for the MASH Cino de Mayo swap meet. Malls are a thing of the past, but the good vibes live on. Until next time.