"The Good Times Are Killing Me” is FOAD’s second and final full length feature. In the making for over a year, across 6 states and 2 countries. Based in Salt Lake City, Utah, FOAD is a mixed group of fixed gear freestyle and traditional riders, who aim to test the limits of what can be done on a fixed gear in every aspect. Swimming through traffic and cascading down hills. Barging through the unfamiliar of snow and dirt. Creating a playground out of the urban landscape of stairs, ledges, banks, and drainage ditches. Sam Allgood, Jackson Bradshaw, Jake Matsukawa, Evan Service, Izik Service, Jimmy Watcha, Parker Thompson, Matt Spencer, Wes Brown, Chase Davis, and many other amazing riders all bring their unique take on riding to the film.
A film by Jackson Bradshaw
3:10 Sam Allgood
7:32 Jackson Bradshaw
13:57 Jake Matsukawa
17:07 Tarck Section
21:33 Evan Service
27:58 Izik Service/Jimmy Watcha
31:06 Parker Thompson
41:46 Freestyle Friends
48:20 Fast Friends
53:23 Matt Spencer
57:00 Wes Brown
1:04:32 Chase Davis
Also now available on vimeo if it doesn't work in your country on youtube
Jackson Bradshaw and Chase Davis build up their new Constantine frames with help of Flynn Cyclery. Check us out on insta @foadgang FOADfixed.com Camera: Jackson Bradshaw, Evan Service, Chase Davis, Wes Brown Edit: Jackson Bradshaw
Ruff Bike Co's second mixtape, couldn't be more stoked on how it turned out. Eliott Milner, Matt Spencer, Jacob Ruff, Jackson Bradshaw, and friends all kill it in this one. Some amazing spots from around the world in here. Stay tuned for what Ruff Bike Co has on the horizon in 2017
Posted by FOAD at Thursday, December 29, 2016
Johnathan Ball of SMC, came out to Salt Lake for the premiere of The Good Times Are Killing Me. The premiere went off with out a hitch. He snagged some awesome photos. Check out the full set at Suck My Cog
Our make shift movie marquee
A huge turnout for people traveling by bicycle and participating in the alley cat.
Evan Service looking snazzy
Robert Canales and the rest of alley cat participants waiting for the race to start.
Parker Thompson having more fun than anyone else as per usual
Jake Matsukawa explaining the rules of the alley cat for the event
Everyone grabbing for a manifest
Alley cat racers off into the night
Wes Brown pulling into the finish line
Carson Cahoon helped organize the event and got this awesome banner made
Carson Cahoon, Trent Lay, and Taylar Jackson hanging at the Clubhouse
Ruff Bike Co owner and hypeman, Jacob Ruff came down from Seattle for the premiere
Turner Thorne demonstrating his kendama skills
A ton of great prizes were donated
Jake Matsukawa giving away prizes and crowning alley cat winners
The crowd growing restless waiting for the films airing.
Sam Allgood took first fixed in the alley cat
Jackson Bradshaw giving a few words before the films premiere.