Devin Tolman of Still Pour enjoying the switch to Destroy Bikes with this ramp over rail boost.
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SKYLMT launched their new site that features rider profiles, webstore, and more. Check it!
Matt Reyes of Wheel Talk doing an impressive curb boost over a fire hydrant in SF. Now that’s a great photo!
Well captured shot featured on Hammer Down of Elliot Milner hitting an LA ledge with an Unlucky grind.
Christian Hamrick double pegging a rail in Cleveland, Ohio during the GRIME road trip. There’s a serious face in the crowd. Photo credit: Jason Sellers
Jason Sellers of FORWARD BOUND snagged this clean photo of Ed “Wonka” LaForte in Kansas City during the 2013 GRIME road trip.
Chop ‘Em Down Films put together an edit for the recent Summer Fix III in Venice, CA. Filmed by Zane Meyer, Colby Elrick, and Johnathan Ball.
Looks like Jason Sellers of Forward Bound captured a clean shot of Mr. Spencer hitting an dilapidated bike rack kicker.
Matt Spencer of WOLF DRAWN put together this exclusive edit featuring Elliott Milner for a new blog he is working on called Hammer Down.
TSE posted up some new pics on his site featuring Alex Blanco (above), Matt Spencer, Valentin Racho, and JeffyD on his site. Check them out!
Matt Spencer found himself a sweet spot when he snapped this shot of Congo doing a wicked X-Up. Just killer!
I’ve been waiting for this new edit from Matt Reyes of Wheel Talk to drop, and here it is! Filmed during 2013 in San Francisco and New York… Matt Reyes always brings his A game.
Turndowns are absolutely my favorite trick for BMX and Dew Sippawit is doing a fine example of one on his FGFS machine. Photo credit: Matt Reyes
Devon Lawson and Matt Reyes of Wheel Talk are flying across the Pacific and heading to Japan for a couple events and to indulge in their FGFS scene. If you want to meet up with these dudes, hit them up HERE! Have fun boys… Japan…
Devin Tolman and Taylor Dwight of Still Pour beating the heat in Portland with some good old fashion fun.
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