Many of you are probably too young to appreciate this, but if you are in your mid-to-late 20’s (or older), you’ll be psyched. Dig caught up with the legendary Garrett Byrnes to see what life is like for him since his exit from the pro ranks. Sounds like he’s doing great.
For this weeks Terrible One Freaky Friday, they’ve caught up with Garrett Byrnes to take a closer look at his current S.F.A setup! Take a closer look at that amazing looking unit in the flipbook above. That copper color looks amazing. Digging the ergonomic grip action, haha!
Oh man, this is definitely a legendary part from Props. So many amazing riders in this… Plus, Ralph Sinsi’s intro is hilarious.
“Ralph Sinisi, Joe Tiseo, Grimaldo Durran, Bob Scerbo, George Dossantos, Brian Tunney, Garrett Byrnes, Keith Terra and the rest of the boys hit up streets, parks, trails and lots in dirty Jersey. Circa 2000.
Big, Big Furnace | Phones Are For Squares
Jets To Brazil | King Medicine
The Ladderback | Few And Far Between”
Holy shit is this good. PA Woods posted up this three part series called the “Black Magic Sessions” from riding that went down at POSH in 2012. These are seriously some of the best trails in the world with guys like Clint Reynolds, Brian Foster, Garrett Byrnes and more cruising through. Absolutely love this stuff. Make sure you hit up the PA Woods website and donate a couple bucks to help them keep this place alive.
Here’s a look at the updated Garrett Byrnes signature SFA frame from Terrible One for 2012 that is made right here in the U.S.A by S&M. The frame features a 74.5-degree head tube angle, 71-degree seat tube angle, 8.375″ stand over height, 11.75″ bottom bracket height and a 13.75″ – 14.125″ chain stay length. The SFA frame features gussets on the top and down tubes, tapered seat and chain stays, heat-treated drop outs, removeable brake mounts and an integrated seat post clamp. The frame will be available in 20.75″, 21″ and 21.25″ top tube lengths and come in colors of gloss black, clear gloss raw, Frans tan and translucent orange.
Expect this frame to be out in 5 to 6 weeks! (Towards the end of July).
Just for the hell of it…
For this weeks Freaky Friday, Terrible One hit up Garrett Byrnes with a bunch of Q&A questions for you to check out. You can find that after the jump. If I could have asked him a question, it would be “When can we expect to see some clips out of you? Edited, unedited, I don’t care. I just want to see something.”