I recently picked up a pair of the Cadence Raw Sienna Trousers after most of my jeans blew out. It’s hard to find pants that can withstand a lot of saddle time. The double layer of denim on the ass really helps keep these pants alive, and the 3% Lycra makes me feel like i’m not even wearing anything. Read more
You can tell I dug this photo up from the graveyard, because when is the last time anybody’s seen Forest Parker on seven hundreds? I hit him up to get an exact figure, and apparently he’s only been on 26′s for about 4 months. I don’t know why I feel like he’s been on em’ for ages now. Regardless this shot of him is so tucked that he’s got a seat soul patch going on.
After nearly a year of anticipation, the day has finally come. SHREDWELL2 is now available online for digital download. Help support the Fixed Freestyle scene and pick up a digital copy of the heaviest full length to date. We put a lot into this 38 minutes of mayhem & decided it was time to get this out of our hands and into yours. The video comes packed full of extras including exclusive photos of the team, and the never before seen “KRILLZWELL”. So stop what your doing, go dig though the couch and pick up yours HERE today.
Here’s a photo that Devon Lawson took of me as we were cutting through some back alleyways on our way home one night. We ended up pulling over to cop some photos and session this construction barrier for a while. It was almost like it they made it to be riden. Trick – 180 on half cab off.
Here are a bunch of clips I compiled from what we shot during the month of January. Most of it was filmed in San Francisco by Mike Schmitt and I, but there is a pretty heavy San Jose section in the beginning. Real stoked on the progression of the Fixed Freestyle scene in SJ. Each time I go there it looks like there’s a whole new wave of kids coming out to shred. Press play and enjoy.
Here’s a video I chopped together using a bunch of footage from late 2012. I’ve been riding for Specialized for a couple of years now, and they’ve done a ton to help push me into getting where I am today. Big thanks to JeffyD, Mike Schmitt and everyone who helped me film this. Sometimes it’s real difficult getting clips of yourself when you’re always stuck behind the camera. Filmer/Rider dudes, you feel my pain. I’ve been shooting like a mad man since the beginning of the new year, so be on the lookout for more edits coming out the pipeline.
While Ed was in town we spent a lot of time cruising around at night and eyeing up spots to come back to later during the day. It’s definitely a good way to check out a spot and dream up some lines before you show up to film.