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Somewhere in time someone decided to build this thing in downtown Tampa, that would become what is know as the Bro Bowl. It’s Awesome!
Here are a few pictures of Dillon Leeper, Shane Leeper, Doug Fines and Eric Holladay gripping and ripping it!
Check out More Florida photos here, and if anyone knows where the Leepers Bros. bikes are, holler at us!
Some of the FBM crew made its way to Tampa Bay, named after the Native term, for sticks of fire, once known for it’s Cigar manufacturing operations, is now known to many as the Stomping grounds to many Profile riders, and the TBR locals.
We meet up with Matt Coplon and MAtt arnold, who showed us a hell off a good time, took us to Taco Bus, hosted a great event at Skatepark of Tampa, and introduced to some of the florida scene we might not have been exposed to otherwise!
Thanks dudes, and thanks Tampa for a stellar weekend!
Crandall and I had been talking about working on a project together for a couple of years, but the invite for Lords of Fun 3 couldn’t have come at a worse time; I was stone broke and had no business booking airline tickets. I had totally given up on going. Then pictures started surfacing of dudes starting their journey to Richmond, pics of Leland and co on the side of the road with a weird little dog, pics of open roads, bikes, sunsets and middle America. I felt like I was missing out already and I couldn’t stand it. So I booked the ticket and 48-hours later I found myself at a Greyhound bus station in the sweltering heat of Richmond, VA. Crandall arrived sweating profusely and it was full throttle from there on out. This film documents some of the weirdness that ensued over the next 3 days . . .
Check out the spec on the Latest FBM Frame, the Orphan, and if yo are near Santa Cruz this week, look up Lenny Norton and exchange hi fives!
Colors Gloss Black, Clear
Top Tube Lengths 20-3/4″, 21″, 21-1/4″
Head Tube Angle 74.75 degrees
Bottom Bracket Height 11.5″
Seat Tube Angle 71 degrees
Standover Height 8.875″
Rear End Length 13.625″ (slammed)
Weight 5 lbs – 21″ top tube
Head Tube Integrated – Externally machined 4130 Chromoly
Top Tube 1-3/8″ O.D. Double Butted 4130 Chromoly
Down Tube 1-3/8″ O.D. Double Butted 4130 Chromoly
Down Tube Gusset 3D laser cut 4130 Chromoly
Bottom Bracket Mid – Internally machined 4130 Chromoly
Seat Tube Internally Butted 4130 Chromoly
Seat Stays 3/4” O.D.x 0.035″ Wall tapered to 5/8″ OD
Chain Stays Single Bend
3/4” O.D.x 0.049″ Wall tapered to 5/8″ OD
Seat Stay Bridge Laser Cut Plate with Orphan Badge
Chain Stay Bridge 3/4″ OD tube bridge 4130 Chromoly
Capped Stays Yes
Dropouts Heat treated 3/16″ thick 4130 Chromoly for 14mm axles
Brake Position Seat Stay
Brake Type Fixed 990′s
Cable Stop Threaded and Slotted
Cable Guide Dual Slotted Tube
Alright you unsuspecting schweinhunds of the world,
here they are, from the sleaziest catacombs,The damned, and demonic, The latest FBM Hats!
Looking for the newest apparel? FBM has you covered!
If you can’t find it at your local shop, New Goods, scope out the FBM Online store
Remember this holiday season, It’s Holladay Season, and he makes a lot of weird noises!
John Corts is a badass, and above that, just a sold dude. This pic is john on th either side of the bike dialing business, shot By Korey Kryder, you can see more of Korey’s pics on defgrip today as well!
John and the crew are constantly making mods, for the betterment of the BMX experience. Hell YA!
Here are some awesome photos courtesy of Korey Kryder from the FBM/Lords of Fun/Beat Ass adventures. Loooooving the feel of these. Good ‘ol film.
We’ll be premiering the Beat Ass travelogue here on Friday, so be sure to check back.
Click below to eyeball the photos. Please note, I would normally post these in our normal gallery, but the format of the pics would be annoying to view on smaller screens.
The Bob Scerbo Time machine over on Skapegoat is awesome! Bob is a wonderful offbeat artist, taught in part by one of the greats, the legendary Mike Tag, and his photo library reflects all that good times, adventure sensibility.
His site has great film photos from then and now, as well as a slew of photos from a trip we took while filming All Time Low, and a bunch of other cool trips.
BMX has a rich history of shared experiences, between riders, crew, companies, etc, its rad to see some of that illustrated through the photos of an Icon like Bob Scerbo.