“Mike Brennan and Chris Gollup Cruise around Jersey city after work for this little edit. Enjoy!” – Wethepeople
Last September at NORA Cup during Interbike, Wethepeople premiered their long awaited, injury plagued, full-length video “Anytime Now”. I happened to be there, but for some reason could only remember bits and pieces from the video. I can only imagine why? I happened to get myself a fresh copy that just became available. I also acquired a second copy that I am GIVING AWAY to you. Check out my thoughts on the video and then find out how to win yourself a copy of the video…
We’re doing a giveaway over on the DIG site with Wethepeople. Basically, all you have to do is become a fan of DIG on FACEBOOK and we’re going to pick a winner. I say “we’re” because the bars and forks were sent to me for my contest a few weeks back, but showed up late. We figured it would be a rad idea to give them out to a lucky fan! I’ll be shipping them out to whoever wins them personally so get psyched.
Also, while you are at it… maybe you could like The Union on Facebook by hitting that link or just clicking like up top on the right!
Wethepeople sent over a link the other day that I just now go to since I spent the last two days getting back from Toronto and getting the new site dialed in.
They collaborated with The Bank LA for an exclusive edit and interview with Andrew Jackson for his C.R.E.A.M frame. There’s also a photo gallery and specs on his frame for you to get a closer look at it. I’m real psyched on how they went through with this. I hope more brands consider doing this in the future.
Hit The Bank LA and check it out.
Mike Curely spends some time filming at the Hyde Park in Leeds for this fresh Wethepeople edit. There’s a bunch of good stuff that you gotta check out in this one.
Song: Rescue Song (RAC Remix) – Mr Little Jeans
I cruised through the We The People and Eclat booth fairly quick. I’ve been hustling to get everything taken care of so I can chill out tomorrow. The rail jam is in less than an hour and I need to get things posted. So quickly, We The People’s complete line looks great, they have a few new frames, and Eclat’s part line looks dialed and clean as ever. Here are some more photos…