This is the return of Fun Yetis. You know this guys are always having some kind of fun, so no question mark needed. Featuring Jackson Allen, Guy French, Nate Delp, Nathan Parker, Mike Hernandez, Dusty Sampson, Jeff Bennett, Chris Riesner, Jordan Murdock, Kurt Siever, Silent Mike and Andy Maguire.
FBM started a new series called “Bikes with Character, Characters with Bikes”, featuring FBM riders, staff, friends and industry types and why they choose FBM. They started with Neil Hise talking about working at bike shop, than they give you a quick inside look at how the FBM frames are welded together and last, filmed some good street clips. The halfcab down those set of stairs was huge.
Find FBM’s John Lee, not really at Intebike 2012, but at his local trails giving you a quick look at the new colorway of the Double Fister grips, the new Holeshot sprocket and N!CE plastic pedals.
Steve Crandall decided not to go all fancy with an iPhone or any other digital camera, he puts a few rolls of film into use during the filming for FBM’s upcoming “Vagabond Ritual” DVD and made this flipbook below. Also check out the second trailer for the DVD above.
FBM started a new series of “How-To” videos and here is the first one, filmed by accident featuring Kelly Baker, trying to up rail grind to hop over a wheelbarrow after a few beer and just not giving a shit.
“Dad, you should put a helmet on…”
One edit from FBM’s Post-Apocolympics jam already went down, but here is another one, made by Charlie Crumlish, and even if you think that you don’t need to watch it, I recommend you that you do. Jams like this are so much fun, and Derek giving away all his money that he won really surprised me.