I mean…..like…….what do you say after that? Mind is officially blown.
That first clip was fucking brutal! Full cab El Toro? Yikes. Amazing tech wizardry after that.
Seriously amazing shit in here. I dare you to talk shit on him riding in a helmet.
Mike and Matt are the homies and I’m really stoked that they just put out their new full length video. To me these guys are at the top of the scene and really responsible for keeping it alive. Nick work, you guys put in the work and it shows.
"After nearly a year of filming with the Turf Mob we’re proud to introduce our first video as a team (Word Is Bond). We spent most of 2013 filming across the US, with riders from all over the world, and have assembled something that we’re stoked to show. Thank you to everyone who helped film, drive, watch for security, buy snacks, and come out to ride. This video wouldn’t haven been possible without you."
Filmed & Edited by : Matt Reyes
Produced by : Mike T. Schmitt
Some seriously heavy shit towards the end. Zero spin tail whip down a set! Never seen that one before.
I’ve been slacking hard on the bmx stuff lately, luckily Snow shot me a text saying I needed to watch this. Any edit with a bunch of crankslides gets me stoked. But seriously there is some rad shit in here so this should make up for the bmx lull.
This dude does some seriously big out ledges in this edit. Along with some seriously tech trickery. A must watch for sure.
Dakota Roche is just a straight up BOWSE. Always stoked to see any footage from him. Let alone a full part.
"I’m proud to be a California Native. This land has created who I am and how I see things. "Native Land" is a video part inspired by the surroundings to which I’m blessed to call my home. Thanks to Cult, Veesh and the bros for making this video possible."
Been slacking on the bmx post. This should make up for it.
I sold my P-Fix because I wasn’t really riding it much and wanted to get something I could just cruise around with city with. If you are in need for a bike like that look no further then the Fairdale Coaster. It’s a single speed with a coaster brake! It’s basically like the bike you had when you were a little kid aka skids for days! Fairdale is a really rad company that is ran by the legendary bmx rider Taj Mihelich. I picked mine up at Cykel SF so if you are in need of any Fairdale bikes be sure to check them out over in North Beach because they are the main supplier for the whole bay area.