fm magazine is cutting jeans into shorts


Posted in Social Life by fkngmtns on June 30, 2010

The Watching Hour, a weekly late night film series, is hosting a boat party this Friday. Free beer and pizza? Indoor beach balls? Bikinis and tan lines?…Sounds like an alright time to us.


Bad-Ace Mother F’er

Posted in Uncategorized by fkngmtns on June 1, 2010

If you are on the fence about whether or not you should attend the Denver No Coast Classic this Saturday, Curt will sort you out. Not only is Curt the owner of the prestigious Track Shack bicycle shop of Denver, he is also a skilled axe-man.  In preparation for the indoor bicycle race, Curt has been perfecting his various bike-battle moves.  

He will be taking on challengers this Saturday at the Denver No Coast Classic.

No Coast Classic: Round 2

Posted in Uncategorized, We Party Pretty Hard by fkngmtns on May 27, 2010


The Denver No Coast Classic is a distinct blend of fixed gear bro-bras and classy kids with nice hair cuts. An indoor virtual time trial race set to the tunes of Denver’s best DJs, this is a party hybrid that will blow your pants off. The infamous local bike gang “The Rim Jobs” will be in attendance, and word on the street has it that a few cruiser clubs might stop by.  It might get ugly.

Race is open to all riders and bikes are provided. Riders can race as many times as they want, with prizes for the best times.

Dance party for all those willing to cut loose.

Come watch, race, and get down.


Saturday, June 6th at 9pm

The Lost Lake Lounge (3602 E. Colfax)


Sponsored by:

Track Shack, DVLP, Coastless, and PBR

Matt Scobey’s Wall

Posted in Social Life, Uncategorized, Videos by fkngmtns on May 15, 2010

One of Denver’s great minds just painted a giant psychedelic piece of artwork on the side of a building at 7th and Kalamath. We tagged along for the painting process and got some insight as to how one goes about painting a giant mural based on a doodle.

Project Hello gets up

Posted in Social Life by fkngmtns on May 12, 2010

In preparation for the amazing Project Hello exhibition, a team of creatives took over a bridge with a promotional agenda. Call it guerilla marketing or street art, it was a good time.