Trafik x Boombotix Sugimon Terrorizes the Speaker Market

With Paul Walker now gone, the days of Fast & Furious and street racing cars are up in the air. Nevertheless, street racing on bikes is a different story. Their video does a great job of capturing the vibe at some of the street races put on by the crew. These races are super fun with just enough organization to give winners a true sense street cred.

This LTD Edition Boombot REX comes with two different faceplates so you can switch up the design depending on your mood. Los Angeles street artist LEEN designed the first faceplate with his popular SUGIMON character and Purple colorway, while the second faceplate has the TRAFIK logo in minimal Black and White. The SUGIMON REX also comes with custom belt clips in purple and B/W colorways. This design is available exclusively on through Trafik.

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Wolfpack Hustle Crashes the LA Marathon March 17th

RACING THE END ——(Marathon Crash Race 2011) from Warren Kommers on Vimeo.

Alleycats are one thing, but crashing the LA Marathon course at 3AM to enjoy a car free bike shredding phenomenon is a completely different animal.  The Wolfpack Hustle is a race that spans twenty six miles of Los Angeles starting from Tang’s Donuts at 3am.  Yes. 3am start.  Thank god for donuts and coffee. The race will finish at the beach at Ocean and Montana. By the time that the runners are just getting their shoelaces tied, you will have already mashed the course and downed three cans of PBR.

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Every week leading up to the release of To Live & Ride in L.A., TRAFIK will be releasing exclusive content from the DVD only at . Today’s video features fixed gear pioneer Keo Curry hitting up one of L.A.’s classic skate spots, Bronson Ditch.

To Live & Ride in L.A. will be available on iTunes & DVD – 6/21/2011 – The first day of summer.

To Live & Ride in L.A. has been widely received as the freshest movie on fixed-gear culture since Rowe’s Fast Friday. Shot entirely on the streets of L.A. To Live & Ride in L.A. has been called an “authentic look into the what, where, and now of aggressive urban biking” by URB Magazine. The film was chosen as official selections at both the 2010 Hawaii International Film Festival and the 2010 Los Angeles Bicycle Film Festival and has toured the world on a screening circuit that included stops in Melbourne, Shanghai, Taipei, Las Vegas, Honolulu, Perth and Adelaide, Australia.