No denying that track bike tricks are back but this is the best effort I’ve seen in some time. Constantine is bringing barspins and more with on featuring the OG Rally. Some serious style in here and that no front wheelie is too good…are we back in ’07? I dig!
This versatile mix of a spot has been a Sacramento staple for both bikes and skateboards for years now. A couple of bumps, wall rides and a loading dock keep things interesting on an evening sesh. Here’s of couple of Joey from last Friday…definitely heading back here for a few things!
There’s no denying that track tricks are back with a vengeance and with every insta video I watch I can’t help but think about where it all started. Here’s a mellow one from back in ’09 when things first started picking up steam…
Sam’s bike check right here is pretty entertaining. He manages to stay on his bike pretty well cutting around his backyard haha. This thing is worth posting just for the Trick Track shout out (RIP :() but Sam keeps this bike check interesting. Good stuff from the FOAD dudes on the regular now.
This is without a doubt one of the best web edits ive seen as of late. Dew’s got mad skill for sure and he throws stuff superrr clean. Mike posted this up on Trick Track today and you can bet Ill be watching this a few more time over the course of the day. Sadio is holding down some heavy hitters right now.
Pictures of this beast made their way on Trick Track some time ago but i never saw this little promo video. NJS frame builder Stratos is getting into the trick market with the Banot “One”. Interesting design with the gusset up front…but they’re still looking pretty fresh. Theyve been testing these for a few months so i wouldnt be surprised if you see ’em popping up soonish.
Heres the first of the Cultur trip videos in what will be an eight part web series. For me this was one of the best two of my life…no joke. A seriously unique experience for me thus far and a damn good time with all the guys. Let the videos speak for themselves…but im thinking the crispy turtle took this one. Ill repost these up every week but head over to watchcultur.com for the official website of the roadtrip. Big thanks to Phil and Eighthinch for helping make this go down!
The video description:
“Here is the beginning voyage of what turned out to be an amazing life experience for everyone involved. This first installment of the 8 part web series is the groups journey from their first day together in Texas to their rest stop in Louisiana. Plenty of antics and riding along the way. Check back in a week for Part 2!”