Sean Ricany is a man of many tricks… So we picked a relatively hard one. But hey, you can nibble with move one on a flat-ledge, so you should be aight. Like Ricany says, you just have to commit. Soon the backwards-pegs to indian could be yours.
Newly recruited GT team rider Dan Conway built up a fresh steed from the ground up with a Rob Wise frame, Original 4-Piece bars, BK stem, prototype Daily Grind pegs, and more. According to Dan, “It’s cool to have a new bike with a bunch of changes. It makes me feel like I’m starting fresh—it’s motivating.” When Conway is motivated all rails nearby start to tremble…
Andrew Lazaruk takes a departure from the typical "street edit" and takes full advantage of Southern California's abundance of native curvature. From pools to ditches, full-pipes and skatepark bowls, Andrew possesses a special degree of bike control unseen in many of today's riders. I love a good urban street session, but sometimes you've got to give the curves some love too.
Following up the news of GT's newest team riders Albert Mercado and Dan Conway, we've got a first look at Albert's new GT ride right here. Albert prefers a bike that is a little worn in and he got busy straight away breakin' in his GT BK frame rounded out with Shadow parts.
Go fast, turn left - or right, with the new Wethepeople Patrol Stem & Sprocket, designed for high speeds and stable landings.
Ryan Nyquist has been riding contests for nearly two decades, so who better to drop some words on a global contest series that's been doing things right for 20 years now.. FISE World.