Been waiting for this little piece to drop for a while now. K Birdie kept teasing us with screen shots and trailers and at last you can peep the new Machete web bit. Really did the style and editing of this…can tell they spent some time on it. Lots of chill riding from all the dudes! I support these dudes because they’re supporting the sport pretty damn hard. So good.
K Birdie with a little preview of something to come. Machete crew rides hard so you know that they’ll be bringing us something proper. Be sick if we could see some of the dudes repping from the states in the mix!
If you’re looking for something fresh to get you micro gear game on Machete has come to the rescue and dropped their Deaf hubs at last. Like I said before these are some of the nicest looking driver hubs for FGFS on the market. Dope colors and a selectionof 9t or 10t means you can definitely make this work. I’m considering building up a true 26″ freestlye build so I might have to pick one of these up. Get rollin here.
In case you were wondering what you needed to toss at the Machete crew to win their new bars here’s an example from the man K Birdie himself. Now get out there and shoot some stuff to submit! Looks like I have a new trick to go learn too haha. Dig those one footed whips.
This video is just for demo showing how the edit should be for this small contest.
You can shoot various shot , combo , line you want just under 45 seconds.
Including Machete Bike Logo and web address as below:
Deadline will be 16. September,2012.
Lets join and have fun people!
This is dope! Machete founder K Birdie and rider Chu along with their homie Mo bringing us some chill vibes. Some super dope spots in there and sick to see K in a video. Products are looking good so stay on Machete!
We’ve slowly seen companies stepping up to fill the demand for fixed driver hubs and Machete is the latest to do so. Looks like they’ll have their clean looking DEAF driver hubs out next month. Caught this tucked into Christian Hamrick’s welcome post on Machete and was stoked to see somemone else stepping into the micro drive game. I haven’t really spent much time on a driver hub with such small gearing so I’ll have to give it a try here soon!