Keep that wheel up! BLOC BOI FAME always brings the heat when it comes to these monthly ride outs, but this one was above and beyond. Riders from all over California met up for this get together in Los Angeles. Bloc threw an alley cat, a trick comp and served up food for everyone in attendance. It’s really great seeing the community come together like this. Check out more photos below.
Who else remembers or even better, owned a TRK at some point? I remember when Leader Bikes first came out with this frame. It was everybody’s dream bike that year, and the paint job on this one truly makes it one of a kind. I like the big LA cutout on the head tube.
At the end of a long day, there’s nothing better than finding a good old parking garage with roof access. We linked up with a few friends in DTLA and did exactly that. Willy showed up with this KONA he just started riding. He’s already standing on the saddle, kicking legs, riding manuals on the chain stays. The kid’s wild.
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A$AP FERG recently teamed up with REDLINE and came out with his own signature setup. The FERG X RL 275. I just happened to be in New York for the 19th annual Bicycle Film Festival, and cruised over to the launch party with RRDBlocks and the gang. You can peep that video HERE or at the bottom of this post.
I’ve never seen so many rippers in one spot. It’s like everybody had two wheels, but only needed one. Case and point, the image of @jaemilez above / to the right. NYPD shut down the street and let everyone ride the alleyway for a couple hours which was awesome. It was unnerving at first, but after a while it just became funny watching officers film dudes wheeling up and down the block. Shout out to everyone who came out to show out.
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YERRRR! We out here in NYC busting wheelies and tearing up the streets with RRDBlocks, Lucas Brunelle & Ed Wonka and a bunch of other homies on our way to the A$AP FERG launch party. FERG teamed up with Redline to create a signature wheelie boy bike, and it’s fire. Plus it’s yellow. Shout out to the Bicycle Film Festival for giving me a reason to fly out to New York. The planets aligned with this one.
Last week I got a phone call from BlocBoi Fame saying that he’s got a bike coming out from Throne Cycles called “The Goon”. It’s been amazing to see the fixed gear wheelie boy scene take off in Southern California. BlocBoi has played a huge part in organizing the community down there and hosting rides for all the Fixie Goons down there. Can’t wait to see what those dudes do next. Scroll down to read what Throne Cycles had to say about the collaboration and check out more photos below.
“We joined BlocBoi, Wooda, and Deezy and took out all 3 builds to our favorite local spots around LA to put these bike up to the test and they did not disappoint. From local trails in Elysian Park and busting wheelies at the black top we definitely took in the views. We headed to Downtown LA afterwards to cruised some of the busiest intersections while shredding the new Goon bike. Don’t miss out on this exclusive release and Pre-Order your bike today here and check out the full video of our takeover! #TheGoonTakeover”
It’s Super Bowl Sunday and we still don’t know who’s playing. This is the second time we’ve filmed one of these videos and it never stops being a riot. We ran into a bunch of wheelie boys, tossed around the old pig skin, and came up with a couple plays of our own. Press play and check out some screen shots below.