Matt just posted up this photo of Congo throwing down at the Long Beach skatepark over at Wolf Drawn. I love how much table tops have improved in FGFS over the years. I guess, wheels get smaller = bike is easier to throw around. Nice shot Matt!
So this is the first video I’ve seen from the Woodward West fixed jam. It looks like everyone had a blast and that vert wall drop in to the foam pit had me rolling. Shouts to Gus for putting it together.
You know the deal by now. KVLT KLIPS is one of my favorite video series to date in fixed freestyle and I think Matt from Wolf Drawn sums it up the best “Just a sick collaboration of riders having fun”. There is so much killer, innovative riding in here. Everyone throws down, breaks parts and has fun. That’s what it’s all about.
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