Last summer The Take team took a trip from California to Utah and ended up putting together a full-length video to show what went down on the trip. I had a chance to preview the video last July but just got the finalized video a few days ago. I’ll see if I can make this sloppy for Alex…
Ride BMX recently released their newest video titled “Range of Motion” for the world to see. The video is based on three trips featuring some of the best riders in the business and taking them to some amazing trails, cement parks, and street spots. Alright, obvious enough… Here’s what it’s really all about.
I got the chance to check these Deluxe grips out at Interbike two months back and was into the idea of running some thicker grips. I got an email shortly after the convention from Mark saying he had them in stock and I was lucky enough to get a pair off him. So I’ve been riding the grips for a few weeks now and I think I got a solid idea of how these grips are….
(Fact: It’s hard holding and focusing a Canon T1i while holding a flashlight)
After close to a year of knowing about Subrosa‘s Double Top Tube Pandora in the works, it was finally sitting in my garage waiting to be put together. I had been drooling over it since I rode Kyle Hart’s prototype a while back, and really wanted to get some solid time on it. I’ve had the chance to ride it for a few weeks now and here is what I thought of it.
Letting my friend borrow Let’s Get Mystical while I was at Interbike was a bad idea. I got it back yesterday, finally. I threw together a review from it, but since I’m basically the last person to do it… I don’t quite know how many people will care to read it. If you are interested in what I think check it out on the Dig website. It’s fairly brief, but I think I get my point across.
Expect more updates soon! Oh, and if you want to see somebody interviewed just leave the name in the comments.