Wethepeople AM Riley Smith took advantage of the quiet streets of his home state of Washington during the past year to put together what could be his best footage to date. From spot usage to tech lines and big rail moves, Riley has everything under lock and key. There is no denying the drive and motivation of Mr Riley Smith.
We sent Wethepeople AM Riley Smith to California for 10 days to film a video part with Grant Castelluzzo. What he came away with was this 4min+ banger of a part full of tech lines, effortless style and heavy moves down triple kink handrails. This is Riley Smith.
WeThePeople's Riley Smith built up a sample of their new Capital frame, which was made in the USA by Whthous. The Capital frame shares the same geometry as the WTP Battleship (specs below), so Riley had zero issues getting used to it and went on to stacking clips.
Washington native Riley Smith has been stacking for this one. Trick and spot selection always on point, there's something about this kid's riding we all just love. Riley's video parts leave you wanting to go grab your bike and go ride, and this one is no different.
Whilst living out in California for a year, 19 year old Arlington, WA local, Riley Smith got busy for 4 months between Long Beach and San Diego, filming for this DIG Locals video. Wild tech lines and precision moves thoughout!