Fixed Gear Los Angeles. More specifically Broadway in the middle of DTLA. Guillermo Galindo & I did some laps up and down one of the more iconic streets in LA. We shot this right before I moved and I’m sure glad we did because it brings back some fond memories. Thanks for being here and joining us on this adventure through life.
Fixed Gear Bike check of the homie Bryan Dempler’s Low Track build. Bryan recently moved from San Francisco to LA. As we packed up the van we realized that there wasn’t going to be enough room to fit his bike. So I rode it to my house. Where it sat. For months… and months. Enough months that it collected some serious dust and feathers sitting in my bedroom. Recently I was able to get it back to him, but before I did I decided to shoot this bike check in Chinatown as a final sendoff.
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Filmed in 2017, this was a video I made but never released. After taking a short hiatus from posting videos, I figured I’d share something from the unseen archives. All the follow shots in this were filmed with a glide cam & skateboard. Comment the first familiar face you see in this video. 🙂 Thanks for being here and I’ll see you on the next upload.
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2019 Demo Reel – MMXIX Twenty nineteen was a great year for us. We traveled about the cabin, making films in New York, Germany, Los Angeles, Portland, and of course San Francisco. 3 of which were featured at the Bicycle Film Festival that year. We shook each other’s hands, embraced one another, got together in mass, and had our share of laughs. We climbed hills, dodged rain drops, rode fast, and watched time pass by. Thank you all for being here on this journey through life and I look forward to making more memories together.
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.
FIXED GEAR FREESTYLE. Also known as FGFS. Maybe you’ve heard of it, maybe you haven’t. Maybe you even had one or still have one and already know what I’m talking about. Either way, it’s still here and we’re still having just as much fun on it as we always have.
It’s really cool to see how strong of friends we’ve all become and remained over the last decade. The scene out here has been meeting up every Saturday for a session in either SF or Oakland. They’ve been boarding everything up in San Francisco and I took that opportunity to use some of the painted plywood to shoot everybody’s FGFS Build.
There’s a lineup of 10 different setups in this post, take a look and let us know in the comment which one you like best. If you could keep one bike, which one would it be?
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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.
Tomorrow morning we’re dropping the video from this day so I figured I’d share some photos prior to its release. Shout out to all the homies here in San Francisco who have been a pillar of strength and support for both me and each other over the years. I can’t imagine where we’d be if it wasn’t for these bikes we ride and the good times we have because of it. It’s truly a cornerstone to which this house was built.
The squad continues to grow and so does our group chat which blows up 70% of the day. Haha. It’s a beautiful thing. Anthony Combs came out and brought with him his yellow Grime G.O.A.T build which is a staple in the FGFS frame lineage and a true blast from the past. Joshua Boothby came out of retirement and his riding makes it look like he never left. Josh Silva did donuts and jumped over his car at one point. Jimmy Watcha came through with the quick-hitting combos at 3rd & Army. And Andy Sparks laid down some of his signature moves in his even more signature attire. Anyways, keep your eyes peeled for the video release and we’ll catch you next time. Be good.
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