After 3 years with Stolen Bikes, Phil Aller has decided to step away from the team. Check out a few words about the news below.
“Phil Aller has decided to part ways with STLN and sent over this bit in his own words. The split is on good terms and we hope him all the best.” – Stolen
“I have ridden for Stolen Bike Co for three years, I’ve been on some awesome trips with the team around the US, UK, The Channel Islands and Tenerife. I’ve made some awesome friends through riding for Stolen. Over the past couple of month’s I’ve found myself disagreeing with a few matters and drifting away from the brand. Now is the time to walk away and see what’s round the corner.
Huge thanks to Leroy for putting me on the team, Anthony Revell Bertie Buck for drinking all the beers, Dave Wootten, Paul Alfaro, Sam Buros for being a dude and the UK and US team riders for being awesome.” – Phil Aller
Bertie Buck and Phil Aller coming through with some fresh clips for Stolen Bikes! Take a peek.
“Back in summer STLN UK team riders, Bertie Buck and Phil Aller take a daytrip to the Channel Island of Guernsey, Phil’s home island to shoot some photos for the 2013 STLN catalogue.
A handful of clips were captured over the day and this is the result.
Filmed on a Panasonic HMC151
Filmed and Edited by Phil Aller“
All I could keep thinking while watching this is that this is the ultimate man cave in the woods, haha. I don’t know why, but I do know this is awesome.
“During spring 2012 we started clearing space for our ramp.
By May we had our 7ft ramp constructed.
On the Dorset land map this area is called The Burrows.
The Burrows is born.
Footage captured over summer 2012.
This should of been longer but due to bad weather i think we’ve had the best of this year.
Filmed and edited by Phil Aller
Music by Mumford and Sons”
Vans U.K’s Vinnie Mayne, Phil Aller, Zack Williams, Pete Sawyer and Jon Taylor took trip hitting a bunch of parks on their way to the Boardmasters contest a little while back. They brought along Mike King to film the adventure and ended up with this dialed edit you’re going to want to see. You can also find more about this trip in issue 168 of Ride UK. Check it!
Paul Jeffries, Louie Smith and Phil Aller recently did some mini ramp demos for Streetfest. Here’s a look at some of the riding they got in while they were caged in, haha.