Here’s a sneak peek of one of the new and improved BoomBotix BB1 Portable Speaker. It isn’t just some stunnin’ new color way either, it comes equipped w/ a more powerful capacitor making it 5 decimals louder than the last. Giving you crisper highs and a more rounded full sound that still supplies plenty of bass. So far my favorite thing about it is the volume control stationed on top of it’s head. Makes it so much easier to adjust, and saves me from digging through my pocket to change it while I’m riding through traffic in the city. I’ll keep you up to date on when these will be available.
Archive for October, 2011
Ed just put the new SADIO TEAM EDIT up on THE GRIME. There is some pretty heavy tricks in here w/ a more up lifting track to lighten the mood. I always love seeing collab edits. So much stronger as a whole.
Alright so first things first, this song has been stuck in my head ever since I 1st watched it a couple days ago. Bay Area local Lane Daniels has a style all his own and has some serious bike control. I liked all the tire slide combos & the wheelie behind the cop. Lane was killing it at the iMiNUSD 2nd Year Comp a couple months ago, its good to see some more video of him.
Here’s the trailer for a Fixed Freestyle documentary that I’ve been working on with riders from all over northern California (Ed Wonka, Josh Boothby, Matt Reyes, Mike Schmitt, Matt Montoya, Jakob Santos, Kenny Arimoto Jason Clary, Jeff Dempler, Scott Horton, Gonzo, Nick Price, & Gabe ) Focused on creating an understanding of the Fixed Freestyle scene & culture. Reasons why we ride, what makes it so unique & where we’re going to take it next.
Here is a little minute long montage of footage that I shot during the last week of September. Everything from footage of the Bicycle Film Festival in San Francisco, to my cat Stella hanging out on the couch while I put this together. This is more of a lifestyle piece than anything, and after making it makes me want to do day in the life edits of everyone. Maybe even an episode of Cribs, we’ll see.
Here’s a bunch of Screen Shots I pulled from some footage I’ve shot this last month. From top to bottom, we got Mike & Ed rolling around down town San Jose. Next there’s Matt Montoya w/ one of the longest fakie wheelies I’ve ever seen. Forest Parker has those 180 bars on lock and makes throwing em’ over those orange cones look easy. Hang over tooths down handrails are an Ed Wonka specialty, here’s a shot of him serving one up proper. And last but not least, we have Joshua Boothby w/ a truely massive 360 over the handrail, landing into the grass bank. #butteronbutter Keep your eyes peeled for a couple edits coming out this week.
San Jose local, Devon Lawson has been riding on Grime Bikes for a minute now, and this this edit publicly solidifies that. Stoked to see some top notch riding from more underground riders. Devon just recently got into the Freestyle game 6+ months ago, and since then has progressed in a phenomenal rate. Can’t wait to see more from him.
Here’s a video I put together using clips I’ve collected of Joshua Boothby riding in SF & MKE. On SE Bikes 700c frame & new 26in prototype. Boothby has always crushed it on 700′s, I can’t wait to see the kind of magic he pulls out of his hat now that he’s on 26′s and isn’t fighting the bike. Even though he already makes things look far too easy.
After some minor speed bumps we finally have the Fixed Freestyle Facebook Page up and running in full effect. With admins from all over the world, riders are all able to post all of their media + content in one central location. Creating an extensive library and data base of everything Fixed. Making it easier to get your trick fix unlike ever before. Do yourself a favor & click “like”. Creator : Ed Wonka