Subrosa dropped the details on the new Miles Rogoish signature frame, The Diablous, which becomes available April 19th!
Subrosa released the specs and details on Scott Ditchburn’s signature Balum frame that will be out in April. Looks solid and I’d imagine it has to be to hold up to Scott’s riding.
Boy Janseen, Miles Rogoish, Ryan Sher, Greg D’amico, Seamus McKeon, Mark Mulville and Kyle Hart made their way to Arizona to get some filming in for Subrosa‘s “Get Used To It” video. They brought along Keith Terra to shoot photos for this ESPN photo gallery. Check it out. I’m real excited to see that video. I’ve heard plenty of crazy things about it.
All photos: Ryan McCrae
Pretty much everyday, I start my day out surfing through a good amount of videos, news, and what not to post on DIG. There’s a lot of names that are pretty frequent, and from time to time there’s a new name that can shred a bike that impresses me. I came across Jono’s Etnies welcome edit and one of the first things was him blasting a flair to the ceiling and then crashing to the flat bottom where he looked dead. Needless to say it got my attention, and as the edit continued on, I decided I’d see if he wanted to answer a few questions for my curiosity. Clearly, he was down and now you have this. Check out what Jonathon has to say, some photos and videos, then leave him some love in the comments!
Name: Jonathon Hopping
Lahsaan’s name has been popping up quite a bit lately. Whether it was the news about him joining the Skeleton Crew or the multiple web videos he has had part in. Lahsaan has been on it. I wanted to find out some more about him, so I shot him a couple of questions and let him and Tammy mix it up a bit to make it work for him. Then I got some amazing shots from Josh Hayes to go along with it. So check out what Lahsaan is all about, and some of his recent videos, then leave him some love in the comments!
Name/ Aka’s: Lahsaan Kobza aka Piffman’
(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.