Any given Thursday. You know the drill, every Thursday we meet up in San Francisco to ride track bikes and do a quick jaunt around the city. Patrick Fixie King usually hosts the ride out and posts the route the day before. We’ve done this route in years past, but have never captured it on video, until now that is. Shout out to everyone who comes out to these and if you live in the area, you should definitely come ride with us sometime. The more the merrier. We’ll see you next time.
The homie BIDO made his way from NYC to SF to ride bikes and kick it with us here in The Bay. We roamed around, shot some photos and saw a sight or two. It’s always great when someone from outta town comes to visit.
I’ve been wanting to shoot this fisheye photo looking up on the 400 block of California Street for a while now and I’m glad Bido was here so we could finally make it happen. His hotel was right around the corner so it seemed like both a great way to start the day and something that we just had to do. Thank you for teaming up with me to bring that idea to life. I’m always looking for spots where the buildings converge in a nice way. I love composing shots with the fisheye.
Anyways, shout out to the homie and I look forward to the next time that we get to ride. Hopefully, it’ll be in NYC soon. Until then. ✌️
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MUNI. San Francisco MUNI to be exact. If you know, you know, and if you’re local it probably holds a special place in your heart. Whether it’s because of the function it performs or purely based on its aesthetic the MUNI is loved by all here in the Bay Area.
A few weeks ago I met up with ANDY SPARKS & the gang in downtown SF. We roamed around for a bit and at the end of the day, we found ourselves at the MUNI bus depot. I teamed up with Andy to shoot these shots of him threading the needle between a couple of parked busses. After we were finished, he told me about how his Dad worked as a Driver for MUNI. He shared some stories, and we talked about the honor of serving the public in this way. Always thank your bus driver. Be good and we’ll see you out there. Until next time. ✌️
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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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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.
Steel is real. Matt “SLUMWORM” Reyes for MASH SF. I’ve been riding the MASH Steel frame for a couple years now and it’s my every day, all in one, dream machine. I’ve traveled the world with this bike, logged thousands of miles on it, and have used it in every way imaginable. It’s by and far the most versatile bike I’ve ever ridden and continues to put a smile on my face every time I get on that saddle.
I miss San Francisco. We move where the wind takes us and word on the street is there’s a strong wind blowing North. Anyways, I was doing some spring cleaning and stumbled across this batch of photos that were never shared on here, so I figured I’d take the time to put this post together. I hope everyone is doing well out there and I’ll see/talk to you soon.
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