It’s been over twenty years since the original GT Fueler frame made it’s debut as one of just a handful of mid 90s frames that bridged the gap between the era’s flimsy race frames and overbuilt freestyle frames. Having grown up riding in that time period and experiencing first hand the self destruction of a… Continue reading A Modern Take On A Classic Frame: The 2017 GT Fueler
Leandro Moreira recently put himself together a brand new GT Kachinsky frame loaded up with a slew of parts from Profile. No boring bike check here, just a few shots of the new rig and then a solid two minutes of Leandro shredding the hell out of it. Jump on ahead to 01:32 if you… Continue reading Leandro Moreira’s New GT
Ty is one of those dudes that BMX needs more of! Not only does he absolutely kill it on a bike, but he’s out there putting on contest series to try and get more people stoked on trails. I’m psyched on this new edit he just dropped for GT, and even more psyched to see… Continue reading Ty Callais for GT Bikes
GT has gone and given Dave Dillewaard his very own signature frame and complete bike. Dave takes on every kind of terrain in this promo for the DLSY line, including F.O.D. and Heath Pinter’s trails starting at the 01:29 mark.
This pic of Gary Ellis firing out a suicide no hander at the trails had a lot of people talking. You didn’t see shit like this from top AA pros unless their initials happened to be BF. I’m not exactly sure when this came out, but if I had to guess I’d say like 97-98.… Continue reading Scanned: Gary Ellis’ Suicide No Hander
I saw this on Prettyshady and was psyched to see those mysterious Oz trails again, but then I noticed something. The dude is riding an ALUMINUM GT Speed Series race bike! Actually I think ripping is a more appropriate word than riding in this case. Well that dude is Jason Cousins and I remember seeing a post… Continue reading Jason Cousins
That bad boy above is Bob Haro’s newest project the Ikonix SX1. I don’t know much about it or really care, but it did get me thinking about some of the wild shit I’ve seen people show up at trails with. Thanks to BMXmuseum I was able to find examples of all of them! Follow… Continue reading The Things People Ride