It’s great to have Unknown Bikes aboard as a Headline Sponsor for the King of Vegas race Sept 18th. Some of the fastest street riders in the U.S. will be tearing up the filled streets and back alleys of Sin City. And that includes our very own TRAFIK sponsored riders from the Gorilla Smash Squad, many of whom ride Unknown frames.
Now in addition to being a Headline Sponsor, Unknown is also throwing in frames for the fixed gear winners! So if the swag pile worth hundreds and 1200 in CASH wasn’t enough, you can add some dope Unknown frames to the mix as well! Check back for updates to this event, cus this is going to be awesome. Thanks, Unknown!
We met the State Bicycle guys a while back at the Marathon Crash Race and have watched them grow a lot. Their race team have become regulars at all the big street races and are known for winning. As a company they are very dedicated to the street racing scene and consistently support events and organizations like the Wolfpack Hustle and their races. Thanks, State Bicycle, for being a Headline Sponsor for this years #KOV2013, the biggest alley at Interbike in Vegas!
As our newest Headline Sponsor for the King Of Vegas race, Bern deserves a big shout-out for helping bring the #KOV2013 winners a mad $Cash$ prize! Riders from around the U.S. and beyond will be racing on the very dangerous streets of Las Vegas, so Bern has also decided to add a bunch of their new Bern Bike Helmets to the ever-growing pile of race swag! Thanks, guys!
Check out Bern helmets and more at bernunlimited.com
2012 King Of Vegas Video
2012 King Of Vegas Wrap-up
2012 King Of Vegas Pics
We’re really excited to have Leader Bikes onboard as a Headline Sponsor the for the King Of Vegas race next Thursday, Sept 19th. And you should be excited too, cus they will be throwing in their brand new 2014 edition 725 frames for the first Man and Women to cross the finish line, which is extra sweet since these frames have not yet been released anywhere.
Photo by Matt Lingo
Look out for Leader Bikes this year at Interbike and at the #KOV2013 finish line. They will have sponsored riders in the race, including Neu York from team GSS, racing for first place and their share of the $1200 cash prize! Thanks Leader Bike, see you all in Vegas!
Shout-out to one of our newest sponsors to the King of Vegas race, “.elohssa“. If you don’t know yet what the KOV is, it’s an insane alley cat race through the busy and unforgiving streets of Las Vegas. Racers come from around the world to put their life on the line for over $1200 plus tons of prizes.
The .elohssa crew is no strange to smashing busy city streets and they just posted a video of them smashing through Los Angeles. You can check their latest video below or at their website, elohssacycling.com to see what they are all about.
2013 KING OF VEGAS INFO
2012 KOV PICS FROM TRAFIK FLIKR
The Midnight Drag Race was the last of Wolfpack Hustle’s 2013 Unified Title Series, the largest of its kind in LA. It can be hard to explain just how epic these races have been if you haven’t had a chance to see them in person, but it’s really amazing to be able to attend such large underground events and be part of this cultural evolution that seems to be happening in LA. Thanks to Wolfpack Hustle once again for working so hard, pulling off the impossible, and making the LA bike scene what it is today.
A lot of big names and powerful legs came out to spin for the title, but in the end all but one was eliminated. The winner of the Midnight Drag race was former decathlete “Nate Koch”. This guy is a beast, just check his pic below! Turns out he began cycling to recover from his injuries as a decathlete and has future plans of making the Olympics. You can learn more about him at TeamNater.com. Second place went to “Willo” with UNKNOWN Bikes, and Third place went to Neu York who rides with GSS and Leader Bikes. You can check out all the other race photos at our TRAFIK Flickr page.
Our congrats to the overall winner of Wolfpack Hustle’s Unified Series, Edgar “Willo” Juarez and his sponsor “Unknown Bikes“. Props on all your hard work and thanks for keeping the wolfpack dog tags in LA.