Here’s a bunch of leftovers and recent footage from 2011. It’s been a long year, we have some big things in store, and plan on making 2012 even more better. End of the world? Never heard of it.
Wheel Talk + Specialized are joining forces, and giving away a size Small PFIX for the new year. If you’ve been dying to get your hands on this bike, then now is your chance. Write us a comment in our post explaining why you have to have it. Short & sweet, long & thoughtful, write whatever it takes to get your message across, and this bike between your legs. Submissions end January 31st, and a winner will be chosen February 1st. Good luck, & we can’t wait to hear what you have to say.
We just put together & branded our first run of Wheel Talk T-Shirts, just in time for the Holidays. They run $25 a piece + shipping & handling, and come folded + poly bagged w/ custom sizing labels. Making them Wheel Talk Brand Tees not some re-branded Fruit of the Loom bullshit.They’re available in White On Black & Teal On White. Sizes are limited, so get em’ while they’re hot.
Yesterday a bunch of guys from Stockton & San Jose got together to ride some of the of San Francisco’s famous street spots. We rode the ledges under the freeway, then made our way to 3rd & Army to ride until the sun went down. It’s been a while since I’ve ridden w/ a large group of riders like that. I can’t wait until it’s light out past 8pm, getting tired of the sun going down so early.
iMiNUSD recently setup an official webstore on their site, making it easier than ever before to order your shit online. The new interface looks so much more official, and made it easier to browse their store unlike ever before. While you’re there, check out their new RIDERS page. The IMD team is starting to look pretty stacked.
Jahrome, creator of Mashafix put together this video of the All Fixed Comp @ this years SF Bike Expo that happened a couple weeks ago. This video features a ton of the action that went down, a lot of which I didn’t even see. The course was a force to be reckoned with and a blast to session. the dirt additions were a nice touch, and made things a hell of a lot more interesting.
Chris from PlusSizeBMX put together this edit of the All Fixed Comp at this years SF Bike Expo. A ton of shit went down this year, and this video is merely a taste of the action, but I’m sure glad someone was there to cover it considering I had minor difficulties w/ my camera. I was pleasantly surprised when I saw that the course was made up of mostly dirt jumps, making things a little more interesting, and showing that Fixed really is a cross between BMX (street) & MTB (dirt). It just gets better and better year after year, I can’t wait for the next SF Bike Expo.