Fly has given Matt Roe a signature stem and seat, so to celebrate that he’s given us a real sharp edit and a short description of the thought process behind his parts. Watch the riding above, and the product talk below:
Here’s a fresh video of Fly Bikes connect, Courage Adams, getting a few sessions in at his local park. Smooth as butter. Check it!
Make your way on over to the Fly Bikes website to check out the fresh setup their Australian connect, Mike Moore, built up. Such a dialed looking ride and the riding photos are rad.
Damn. This is so good! It’ll suck you in and you won’t be able to stop watching.
“Stefan Lantschner has decided to stay in Milan for the summer of 2012. Flybikes videographer Lee Turner headed over to spend a few days with him and document his day to day life. Stefan shows him around the local skateparks, his little apartment ramp setup at Frontocean Distribution and the MX track he rides at.” – Frontocean
Spotted this over on The Merged. It looks like Shane Weston is already testing his own signature bars and frame. There are no specs or info available on the Isla frame and bars, but I’d imagine we’ll be getting a good look at Interbike in September. Either way, how dialed do that bike look!?
One foot tables always look so good, but they are soooo weird to figure out. Chris Finnigan gives you a little advice on how to get them done. There’s also a giveaway for some Fly cranks!
“Strictly Fam & Fly Bikes pro rider Chris Finnigan takes you through one of his favourite tricks, the 1 foot table top. Check out the edit and at the end Chris will tell you how you can win a set of Fly Bikes Dolmen Cranks.
For full details check out our site here… CLICK HERE” – Strictly BMX