Fixed Gear Freestyle on Toronto’s Streets

Toronto has world-renowned skateboarding, BMX and rollerblading scenes, so it was only a matter of time before fixed gear riders started making waves.

Photo via John Hargraft


  1. That’s an awesome photo… and video.

  2. Awesome ending to the video.

  3. andrew hayes says:

    Hey Duncan,

    Andrew Hayes here, i’m a casting director in Toronto…

    I’m looking for some FIXED GEAR freestylers for a NATIONAL TV COMMERCIAL. It pays $2400.00 for the day and is auditioning Tomorrow (june 14, downtown)

    Call me asap if you want to come down and audition…
    416 777 0033


  4. This is a topic that’s close to my heart… Cheers! Where are your contact fine points though?

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